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Combining Generality and Specificity in Generating Hypermedia Interfaces for Semantically Annotated Repositories

By Lloyd Rutledge, Geert-jan Houben and Flavius Frasincar


Hera and Topia are separate research implementations for generating hypermedia presentations from media repositories annotated with Semantic Web technologies. They potentially define two cooperating components of a larger system. Topia creates a general, high-level outline or story board, while Hera can be used to fill in the details and make the smaller-scale components have a rich and engaging presentation. This paper explores combining Topia and Hera, describing along the way the resulting issues for providing hypermedia interfaces to semantic annotations. Categories & Subject Descriptor

Topics: Algorithms, Documentation, Design, Experimentation, Human Factors, Management, Standardization, Languages, Theory Keywords WIS, User Interaction, RDF(S, Semantic Web
Year: 2004
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