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HDM—a model-based approach to hypertext application design
The paper presents HDM (Hypertext Design Model), a first step towards defining a general purpose model for authoring-in-the-large, and the central advantages of HDM in the design and practical construction of hypertext applications is that the definition of a significant number of links can be derived automatically from a conceptual-design level description.
The object-oriented hypermedia design model
The Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method (OOHDM) uses abstraction and composition mechanisms in an object-oriented framework to allow a concise description of complex information items and allow the specification of complex navigation patterns and interface transformations.
Systematic hypermedia application design with OOHDM
This paper discusses the way in which the navigation and abstract interface models are built using the Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method (OOHDM), and shows which implementation concerns must be considered when defining interface behavior.
An Object Oriented Approach to Web-Based Applications Design
This paper discusses the use of an object-oriented approach for web-based applications design, based on a method named Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method (OOHDM), and introduces OOHDM, describing its main activities, namely: conceptual design, navigational design, abstract interface design and implementation.
Modeling and Implementing Web Applications with Oohdm
Web Engineering - Introduction.
Developing Hypermedia Applications using OOHDM
- D. Schwabe
- Computer Science
Treating conceptual, navigational and interface design as separate activities allows us to concentrate on different concerns one at a time, and as a consequence the authors get more modular and reusable designs, and they obtain a framework to reason on the design process.
A hybrid approach for searching in the semantic web
A search architecture that combines classical search techniques with spread activation techniques applied to a semantic model of a given domain and it was observed that the proposed hybrid spread activation, combining the symbolic and the sub-symbolic approaches, achieved better results when compared to each of the approaches alone.
Designing personalized web applications
The goal of this paper is to argue the need to approach the personalization issues in Web applications from the very beginning in the application’s development cycle through a design view, rather than only an implementation view.
Design reuse in hypermedia applications development
It is argued that the hypermedia community will take a vital step towards better designs of hypermedia applications and systems by developing a pattern language for that domain.