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A case study in systematic hypermedia design

Venkatraman Balasubramanian, Michael Bieber, Tomás Isakowitz
2001 Information Systems  
This case study details our successful application of relationship management methodology (RMM), a hypermedia systems analysis and design methodology, to ACM SIGLINK's LINKBase.  ...  We describe our experience applying RMM in this case study, summarize design lessons we learned in the process, present extensions to RMM, discuss human-computer interaction (HCI) aspects of RMM, and ground  ...  Conclusion In this case study, we have demonstrated developing a Web-based information system using a systematic hypermedia design methodology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4379(01)00022-9 fatcat:cwehuwrf2vcovd3ui4hwwt4c2i

Hypermedia modeling for linking knowledge to data warehousing system

J Kim
2003 Expert systems with applications  
A real-life case for a medical data warehousing system is illustrated to demonstrate the usefulness of the proposed methodology.  ...  The emphasis is on systematic conversion of knowledge into hypermedia artifacts and data warehouse components.  ...  Clearly, the hypermedia model helps link knowledge to data warehousing system in a systematic fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0957-4174(02)00088-x fatcat:ovrcshh2qjfnrhkzyakdaqwlei

Hypermedia Systems Development: A Comparative Study of Software Engineers and Graphic Designers

Michael Lang
2003 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This paper reports on the findings of a survey of hypermedia developers conducted in Ireland.  ...  Foremost amongst the roles in hypermedia development are software engineering and graphic design.  ...  The only statistically Hypermedia System Development: A Comparative Study of Software Engineers and Graphic Designers by M.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01216 fatcat:yei2vn2dwjhftcohmpi5jrdp4m

New Branches, Old Roots: A Study of Methods and Techniques in Web/Hypermedia Systems Design

Michael Lang, Brian Fitzgerald
2006 Information systems management  
Despite claims in the literature that "traditional" methods and techniques are inadequate and poorly matched to the demands of the Web design context, the findings from a field survey of Web/hypermedia  ...  systems designers in Ireland indicate quite the contrary.  ...  On the contrary, the findings of this survey suggest that Web/hypermedia design can be quite disciplined and systematic.  ... 
doi:10.1201/1078.10580530/46108.23.3.20060601/93708.7 fatcat:b5t4iw6vwnbspclo2n24avnko4

Goal-driven requirements analysis for hypermedia-intensive Web applications

Davide Bolchini, Paolo Paolini
2004 Requirements Engineering  
A case study developed with industrial partners is discussed.  ...  The model adopts a goal-driven approach coupled with scenario-based techniques, introduces a hypermedia requirement taxonomy to facilitate Web conceptual design, and paves the way for systematic usability  ...  Both visits were funded by a grant for prospective researchers of the Swiss National Fund (FNSRS).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-004-0188-2 fatcat:fambz62cerha5le5w272vmsvn4

A methodology for building content-oriented hypermedia systems

Woojong Suh, Heeseok Lee
2001 Journal of Systems and Software  
However, it is not a trivial task to build content-oriented hypermedia in a systematic fashion.  ...  This paper proposes a methodology for building a content-oriented hypermedia system. Hypermedia contents are typically structured in the form of hierarchies.  ...  Phase 1: content analysis For developing a content-oriented hypermedia system, it is necessary to analyze content in a systematic fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0164-1212(00)00092-3 fatcat:nqi4cuagdjbljbx73wvcmtrlrq

Page 4417 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 11 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
It concludes with a set of guiding ques- tions for developers of hypermedia materials to consider as they design hypermedia environments intended to help novices investigate language use in culturally  ...  This preliminary study examined the catalogues of 100 public universities, looking for case management content.  ... 

A View-Based Hypermedia Design Methodology

Heeseok Lee, Jongho Kim, Young Gul Kim, Seon H. Cho
1999 Journal of Database Management  
This paper presents a methodology for designing hypermedia applications based on users' views. In designing hypermedia applications, view support is highly desirable.  ...  The methodology consists of five phases: requirement analysis, data modeling, view design, navigational design and mapping.  ...  A Case III.1 Case Description III.2 Design Phases The following are the design phases for the KAIST case. Step 1.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdm.1999040101 fatcat:6osqeck7bjcndd25jjkxk43u2m

The treatment of navigation in web engineering

M.J. Escalona, J. Torres, M. Mejías, J.J. Gutiérrez, D. Villadiego
2007 Advances in Engineering Software  
This paper aims at giving a global vision of the most popular web engineering approach. Web systems have woken up a high interest in companies and in the research community in the last years.  ...  Navigation is a critical aspect in web systems and its suitable development in the life cycle is a basic need to guarantee the project quality.  ...  In this sense, the model is developed as in a non-hypermedia system. Next, the design of slices must be done.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.advengsoft.2006.07.006 fatcat:47vszgs36bhknkypaycfat2l3u

A UML-Based Methodology for Hypermedia Design [chapter]

Rolf Hennicker, Nora Koch
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a methodology for hypermedia design which is based on a UML profile for the hypermedia domain.  ...  The strength of the presented methodology is given by the fact that most steps can be performed in an automatic way thus providing the basis for a generation mechanism for hypermedia design.  ...  For further details on design and development methods for hypermedia systems see the comparative study of hypermedia development methods in [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40011-7_30 fatcat:mzmnyuatefbp3no2irbuxrcohm

Hypermedia Systems Development Practices: A Survey

M. Lang, B. Fitzgerald
2005 IEEE Software  
It would be especially interesting in the future to conduct a cross-national comparison of hypermedia development practices, but rigorously performing such a study would involve considerable procedural  ...  For hypermedia development, there's a rapid turnaround period (about three months), development teams are small (four or fewer developers in about twothirds of cases), and costs generally average about  ...  About the Authors Michael Lang is a lecturer in information systems at National University of Ireland, Galway, and is pursuing a PhD in information systems at the University of Limerick.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2005.40 fatcat:4zurowmvcrhtvkmybmjv5vyi6u

CRITON: A Hypermedia Design Tool

Paris Avgeriou, Symeon Retalis
2005 Multimedia tools and applications  
This paper presents CRITON, a cross platform tool, built to support a hypermedia design method within an integrated environment.  ...  Especially the design phase is one of the phases that lack sufficient support from methods and CASE tools.  ...  The tool is presented through a case study dealing with the design of web-based courseware, a rather popular hypermedia application nowadays.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-005-2712-x fatcat:6rbqqizvdrg3bpm5w5hd57o7pi

Versioned Hypermedia can improve software document management

Tien Nguyen, Satish Chandra Gupta, Ethan V. Munson
2002 Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '02  
The Software Concordance project is addressing the software document management problem by providing a fine-grained version control model for software documents and their relationships using hypermedia  ...  This short paper presents research issues, initial results and a scheme for using hypermedia versioning and time stamps to automate detection of possible semantic non-conformance among software artifacts  ...  studies, design specifications, source code, module documentation, test plans, bug reports and sales plans.  ... 
doi:10.1145/513338.513385 dblp:conf/ht/NguyenGM02 fatcat:yripqxwogrcltiafr6b4omdshe

Developing adaptable hypermedia

Fabio Paternó, Cristiano Mancini
1999 Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '99  
We show examples of the approach proposed taken from a case study where museum information is considered.  ...  In this paper we discuss the design and implementation of hypermedia able to adapt to different types of usage.  ...  In the paper we discuss task-based design of adaptable hypermedia and how we have applied it to a case study: the design of hypermedia containing information on the Museum of Marble in Carrara (Italy).  ... 
doi:10.1145/291080.291107 dblp:conf/iui/PaternoM99 fatcat:5jdkfjhvsbeu7mtz7h6tbtlgdy

Autoethnography: Critical Appreciation of an Emerging Art

Margot Duncan
2004 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
In this article, the author discusses how she applied autoethnography in a study of the design of hypermedia educational resources and shows how she addressed problematic issues related to autoethnographic  ...  The study covered a 6-year period during which the practitioner's perspective on the internal and external factors influencing the creation of three hypermedia CD-ROMs contributed to an emerging theory  ...  I worked in a small hypermedia development team on which I was the only designer.  ... 
doi:10.1177/160940690400300403 fatcat:v4mhosaxdndj7ltpkykzsiucfa
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