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Abstract--The plethora of networked devices and platforms that continuously come to light, as well as the emergence of
 

Summary: Abstract-- The plethora of networked devices and platforms
that continuously come to light, as well as the emergence of
alternative ways to access the internet, have increased the
demand for multi-channel access to hypermedia applications.
Researchers and practitioners nowadays not only have to deal
with the challenges that classic hypermedia applications pose,
but also have to face numerous considerations with respect to
multi-channel delivery of the applications. This paper presents
an attempt for attacking the problem of multi-channel
hypermedia application development. In specific it proposes a
model that explicitly separates the hypermedia content from its
presentation to the user through a document engineering
perspective, by employing XML content storage and XSL
transformations. Our work is based upon the empirical results of
designing, developing and deploying hypermedia applications on
multiple platforms and client devices, and on the practices of
well-established hypermedia engineering techniques.
Index Terms-- multi-channel delivery, mobile hypermedia,
content personalization.
I. INTRODUCTION

  

Source: Avgeriou, Paris - Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences