Jean-Claude Ziswiler

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We describe the automatic transformation of a traditional electronic document into a augmented, virtual document. After converting the content into a "small-scale" hyperbook structure with an ontology and textual fragments, we calculate semantic similarity relations between the concepts of this hyperbook and a reference hyperbook. We finally rebuild the(More)
Learning by collaboratively writing scientific hyperbooks requires specific software tools. We present a model for creating, managing, and viewing hyperbooks. This model is comprised of a re-usable document repository (fragments repository), connected to a domain ontology. The model takes into account the notion of point of view, allowing a user to read the(More)
This paper describes a technique for integrating several (many) virtual hyperbooks in a digital library. We consider a virtual hyperbook model that comprises a domain ontology. By interconnecting the hyperbook's ontologies, we can create a multi-point of view ontology that describes a set of hyperbooks. A hypertext interface specification language can use(More)
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