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Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT '97
Multimedia is often described simply as a combination of media. The list of possible media usually includes text, graphics, images, sound, animation, video and others. What constitutes media however is not well understood, and so the list becomes somewhat arbitrary. There is a need for a more comprehensive model cf multimedia. This paper suggests 'a Multimedia Interaction Space': a three dimensional space based on the notion cf media as language with a particular grammar. It distinguishesdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35175-9_37 fatcat:kdykuqua2nd2booeeen375hm6y