Georgios D. Styliaras

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In this paper we propose and study a framework for evaluating Hypermedia Application Development and Management Systems (HADMS) in relation to specific application requirements. We address the need for HADMS capable to efficiently support the main users involved in the life cycle of hypermedia applications, namely designers, program-mers/implementers,(More)
In this paper, we present HyperSea, an environment for importing, organizing and interacting with web 2.0 content. The environment is based mainly on previous research on hypertext systems, spatial hypertext and it tries to overcome presentation limitations of today's popular web 2.0 applications. Content is structured as islands and nodes which may be(More)
The aim of this study was to use the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in order to investigate the factors that influence student and in-service teachers’ intention to use a spatial hypermedia application, the HyperSea, in their teaching. HyperSea is a modern hypermedia environment that takes advantage of space in order to display content nodes and social(More)
Digital Cultural Heritage Map is a dynamic, webbased application that combines web-mapping, digital archives and multimedia. User-generated content can be manipulated from a back-end CMS. Application's goal is to gather spatial cultural data of a geographic area. This paper presents the designing and implementation process of the application. We present the(More)