Andreas Kárpáti

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Today’s standards of internet-connected computers provide easy, intuitive access to multimedia information documents within classrooms as well as students homes and thereby confront students as well as teachers with a new paradigm of knowledge transfer: Not only the offer of an unfiltered totality of the present (rapidly changing) knowledge requests for(More)
In recent times online educational applications more and more are requested to provide self-consistent learning offers for students at the university level. Consequently they need to cope with the wide range of complexity and interrelations university course teaching brings along. An urgent need to overcome simplistically linked HTML content pages becomes(More)
While eLearning systems become more and more popular in daily education, available applications lack opportunities to structure, annotate and manage their contents in a high-level fashion. General efforts to improve these deficits are taken by initiatives to define rich meta data sets and a semantic Web layer. In the present paper we introduce Hylos, an(More)
Online educational applications are more and more requested to provide self-consistent learning offers for students at the university level. Consequently they need to cope with the wide range of complexity and interrelations university course teaching brings along. An urgent need to overcome page bound content becomes apparent. In the present paper we(More)
Networked multimedia presently revolutionises teaching as once did the invention of blackboard and chalk. Distribution and roll out of complex multimedia objects however suffers from significant efforts any author has to fulfil in production. This paper presents a prototypic implementation of a virtual marketplace for multimedia teaching objects, which by a(More)
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