Do You Have the Time? Composition and Linking in Time-based Hypermedia

Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lloyd Rutledge, K. Sjoerd Mullender, and Dick C.A. Bulterman

Do You Have the Time? Composition and Linking in Time-based Hypermedia
In: Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
Darmstadt, Germany pp. 189-196
February 21-25, 1999
See also: ht99.
Available at http://www.cwi.nl/~media/publications/ht99-time.ps.gz

Abstract

Most hypermedia documents don't incorporate time explicitly. This prevents authors from having direct control over the temporal aspects of a presentation. In this paper we discuss the concept of presentation time - the timing of the individual parts of a presentation and the temporal relations among them. We argue why time is necessary from a presentation perspective, and discuss its relationship with other temporal views of a presentation. We derive the requirements and present our solution for incorporating temporal and linking information in a model of time-based hypermedia.

Note: Edited by Klaus Tochterman, Jorg Westbomke, Uffe K. Will and John J. Leggett

(slides) Citation key: ht99:time
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