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A Cooperative Architecture for Hypermedia Editing - CoMEdiA

Santos, Adelino (1992):
A Cooperative Architecture for Hypermedia Editing - CoMEdiA.
In: Computer Graphics Forum, pp. 309-322, 11, (5), [Article]

Abstract

CoMEdiA is a cooperative hypermedia editing prototype, which enables co-authors to cooperatively produce hypermedia documents. It allows co-authors to communicate their ideas, drafts, guidelines, constraints, and annotations with other co-authors in order to exchange information (remotely or face-to-face), improve passages and modify notes until a final document is achieved. We did not concentrate on the depth but on the breadth of the features. Our efforts were on integrating and coordinating concepts from collaboration, multimedia, and hyper organization rather than on making a specialized system in any of them. Our first step was to investigate issues in group editing and cooperation. Then we started by having text in our documents, later static images, and 2D-Graphics. This procedure was adopted because we felt these were the most simple media to integrate and process.(IGD)

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1992
Creators: Santos, Adelino
Title: A Cooperative Architecture for Hypermedia Editing - CoMEdiA
Language: English
Abstract:

CoMEdiA is a cooperative hypermedia editing prototype, which enables co-authors to cooperatively produce hypermedia documents. It allows co-authors to communicate their ideas, drafts, guidelines, constraints, and annotations with other co-authors in order to exchange information (remotely or face-to-face), improve passages and modify notes until a final document is achieved. We did not concentrate on the depth but on the breadth of the features. Our efforts were on integrating and coordinating concepts from collaboration, multimedia, and hyper organization rather than on making a specialized system in any of them. Our first step was to investigate issues in group editing and cooperation. Then we started by having text in our documents, later static images, and 2D-Graphics. This procedure was adopted because we felt these were the most simple media to integrate and process.(IGD)

Journal or Publication Title: Computer Graphics Forum
Volume: 11
Number: 5
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cooperative editing, Hypermedia, Multi-user interfaces, Multimedia
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:09
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