Harald Krottmaier

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Nowadays research and development activities are accompanied by an increasing focus on future user needs in the field of multimedia retrieval. The fast growing of multimedia data repositories is an undeniable fact. Besides big companies like newspaper publishers, broadcasting stations, car manufacturers etc., dealing with digital content, an increasing(More)
This article is about an upcoming feature in the Journal of Universal Computer Science ([J.UCS, 2002]) related on typed-links. We will introduce the concept of “Links to the Future” in context of the journal. Articles published in J.UCS are stored in an object-oriented database. Therefore features such as fulltextand index-search are already available(More)
When quoting some part of a document authors usually cut and paste the relevant content into the new document. Thereby the connection between this selected part and the original document is lost. Transclusions – first mentioned in 1960 by Ted Nelson – address this problem of ’lost context’. With transclusions it is possible to store information about the(More)
Nowadays research and development activities are accompanied by an increasing focus on future user needs in the field of multimedia retrieval. The fast growing of multimedia data repositories is an undeniable fact, so specialized tools allowing storage, indexing and retrieval of multimedia content have to be developed, and in addition easy-to-use content(More)
Transclusions were first mentioned in the early 1960 by Ted Nelson. Generally speaking transclusions are a method of reusing parts of a document without duplicating these parts. In the proposed implementation authors of documents will be informed (on request) if parts of these documents are reused elsewhere. Authors using transclusions are informed about(More)
The PROBADO project is a research effort to develop Digital Library support for non-textual documents. The main goal is to contribute to all parts of the Digital Library workflow from content acquisition over semi-automatic indexing to search and presentation. PROBADO3D is a part of the PROBADO framework designed to support 3D documents, with a focus on the(More)