Presenting dynamically expandable hypermedia

@article{Macnee1995PresentingDE,
  title={Presenting dynamically expandable hypermedia},
  author={Colin Macnee and Wernher Behrendt and John Kalmus and Keith G. Jeffery and Michael D. Wilson},
  journal={Information & Software Technology},
  year={1995},
  volume={37},
  pages={339-350}
}
The Multimedia Information Presentation System (MIPS) will allow end-users to browse multimedia information presented in a user-friendly and consistent manner. In its most powerful configuration, it will allow the end-user to formulate queries which are interpreted, analysed, and despatched by the system to heterogeneous distributed external data sources, and to view a coherent and customized presentation of the data retrieved as answers. Data are stored in, or referenced from, a set of… CONTINUE READING

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