By M. Wilson (auth.), Alistair Sutcliffe, Juergen Ziegler, Peter Johnson (eds.)
Designing powerful and Usable Multimedia Systems provides examine and improvement and business adventure of usability engineering for multimedia consumer interfaces. The ebook discusses the equipment, instruments and instructions for multimedia use and implementation and covers the subsequent themes intimately:
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Hans-Werner Six is a full professor in computer science at FemUniversitat Hagen since 1985. He received a Ph. D. from University Karlsruhe in 1978. His current research interests include Geographical Information Systems, Software Engineering, and graphical user interfaces. Design Support for Hypermedia Documents MD. B. nz Abstract The nonlinear nature of hypermedia documents makes them notoriously difficult to describe. Consequently design prior to implementation is a challenging task. This paper examines design issues specific to hypermedia, and describes the development of HANDlE, a notation for the description of the structural organisation of hypermedia documents.
The original HAND notation provides four abstract node types, illustrated in Figure 3 (a to d). These node types can be described as follows: • • • • Basic nodes: These are nodes that represent a single document page. A basic node may contain a single media form, or it may be a composite of several media. Group nodes: Group nodes provide a means of representing hierarchy, and simplifying views. A group node corresponds to a section of the document which is represented by a sub-diagram; it can be thought of as 'containing' a collection of nodes and links.