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  • Garrido Alejandra; Rossi* Gustavo (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    A core set of navigational aspects may be found by extracting the key features of hypermedia applications. Incorporated to an information system (IS), they may increase its utility and usability.1 This type of extension ...
  • Savoy Jacques (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    The aim of probabilistic models is to define a retrieval strategy within which documents can be optimally ranked according to their relevance probability, with respect to a given request. In this scheme, the underlying ...
  • Chua Tat-Seng; Choo Chui-Har (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Current generation of hypertext systems suffer from the limitations that they are static in nature, and they do not support the automated process of link creation very well. Because of the efforts involved in manually ...
  • Carrara P.; Della Ventura A.; Gagliardi I. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    Multimedia art catalogues present a number of recurring characteristics in both the type of data and the users involved, and in the type of operations required. Typical data include textual catalogue cards manageable through ...
  • Angelides MariosC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    The objective of this paper is to present an alternative paradigm to the traditional Knowledge Based Expert Systems Paradigm for developing a full-scale Intelligent Tutoring System that has dominated for years Intelligent ...
  • Dillon Andrew; Maynard Sally (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Hypermedia technology is seen as offering potentially innovative support for the process of writing as much as information access and reading. However authoring environments to date have had little impact in the real-world ...
  • Winstanley Bridget (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    The ESRC Data Archive* at the University of Essex has provided access to social science research data for the academic community since the late 1960s. Since the mid-1980s bibliographic descriptions of all the Archive's ...
  • Gillham Mark; Kemp Bob; Buckner Kathy (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Multimedia information systems, supplied on CD-ROM, are fast becoming a popular consumer product. A huge and growing range of titles is available from high street computer, electrical goods and book shops. In an attempt ...
  • Smeaton AlanF.; Morrissey PatrickJ. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    The problem of (semi-)automatically turning text into hypertext is one that has been identified as important to the growth and development of hypertext as a way of organising information. In this paper we describe an ...
  • Watters Carolyn (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    The convergence of digital presentation technologies, including video, audio, images, full colour, and animation, has given rise to the development of multimedia and hypermedia presentation systems. Multimedia systems are ...
  • Gilleard JohnD.; Lee Y.C. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    Building Services Engineering (bse) is an applied discipline within the construction industry. It is concerned with the design, installation, operation and maintenance of all mechanical and electrical systems in buildings. ...
  • Rada Roy (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    The concepts of hypertext, multimedia and hypermedia are often confused, but can be usefully distinguished with the following definitions: hypertext is text with links, multimedia is synchronized media, and hypermedia is ...
  • Creanor Linda; Durndell Helen; Primrose Carol (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    When the Glasgow University Teaching with Independent Learning Technologies (TILT) project began in January 1993, its main aim was to demonstrate how IT could be successfully incorporated into university teaching within a ...
  • Thomas PeterJ.; Meech JohnF.; Williams Jane (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    It is clear that the role of the information resource is changing. Major publishers have been slow to adapt to the emergence of a global digital medium, but there are now signs that a great deal of information will be ...
  • Berz WilliamL. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Hypermedia is defined as an interactive multimedia application where discrete information units of various formats can be accessed in nonlinear ways. This kind of application does differ from traditional information delivery ...
  • Beanie Mike; Jones Sara; Hewitt Jill; Sapsford-Francis John (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    Advice systems are defined as information systems which present users with both information and more subjective expert advice about complex and weakly structured domains. This paper presents a Generic Advice System ...
  • Brown Pauline; Hidderley Rob; Griffin Hugh; Rollason Sarah (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
  • Goose Stuart; Hall Wendy (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    While rich support for a wide variety of media such as text, video and image is common among contemporary hypermedia systems, so too is the inadequate support for audio. The primary reason that audio has not attracted as ...
  • Nielsen Jakob (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Half-dead hypertext has links where the user has to do some work to retrieve the destination nodes (for example mount a CD-ROM or send an email message). Also, response times may be so slow that users do not have the normal ...
  • Sundaram Anita (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    The h-journal is both a networked information tool and a new, evolving genre of electronic documents that aim to support the information work of practitioners. This paper discusses the features and applications of the ...