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A traditional static document has a spatial layout that indicates where objects in the document appear. Because multimedia documents incorporate time, they also require a temporal layout, or schedule, that indicates when events in the document occur. This paper argues that multimedia document systems should provide mechanisms for automatically producing… (More)
We have designed and implemented a system for creating, editing, and displaying hypermedia documents. This system uses an improved document model with two major features. First, it allows authors to specify temporal synchronization constraints among events of interest within media segments. Second, it allows asynchronous material, such as user interaction,… (More)
A traditional static document has a spatial layout that specifies where objects in the document appear. Because multimedia documents incorporate time, they also require a temporal layout, or schedule, that specifies when events in the document occur. This article argues that multimedia document systems should provide mechanisms for automatically producing… (More)
BACKGROUND International studies report that nurse clinics improve healing rates for the leg ulcer population. However, these studies did not necessarily deliver similar standards of care based on evidence in the treatment venues (home and clinic). A rigorous evaluation of home versus clinic care is required to determine healing rates with equivalent care… (More)
Speaking military jargon, users can create labels and draw symbols to position objects on digitized maps.
INTRODUCTION Venous leg ulceration is associated with pain and poor health-related quality of life (HRQL). The purpose of this study was to identify demographic and clinical characteristics associated with pain and decreased HRQL in patients with active venous ulcers. METHODS Baseline data were combined from two trials that took place between 2001 and… (More)
This paper demonstrates a multimodal system called Sketch-Thru-Plan (STP) that enables users to speak and draw doctrinal language and symbols in order to create courses of action. We argue that STP can meet many of the challenges inherent in building user interfaces for operations planning and command-and-control. The system is being transitioned to… (More)