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This paper presents three user case studies of the multimedia standard SMIL. Each conveys a different kind of typical multimedia. The studies illustrate how SMIL can be used for these forms of multimedia. Analysis of these studies also show potential areas for extension of the language to better suit the needs of Web-based multimedia.doi:10.1145/319878.319924 dblp:conf/mm/RutledgeHO99 fatcat:bqqm42qg5fevlhgozdrhez7zza