hypermedia system

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Noun1.hypermedia system - a multimedia system in which related items of information are connected and can be presented together
multimedia, multimedia system - transmission that combine media of communication (text and graphics and sound etc.)
object-oriented database management system - a database management system designed to manage an object-oriented database
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0 applications support: REST is an architectural style consisting of a coordinated set of architectural constraints applied to components, connectors, and data elements, within a distributed hypermedia system.
If this main characteristic of the hypermedia system is taken into account in the pedagogical development of new and interactive media materials, classes and courses, future generations will be more able to participate in their own learning processes, thus producing better objective results.
A hypermedia system is a multimedia system in which related items of information are connected and can be presented together.
This research describes the experience realized with an Adaptive Hypermedia System.
Total freedom in the choice of the pathway into a hypermedia system may mean that the user's orientation abilities decrease (Dede, 1992) and a cognitive overload can arise.
What kind of influence does the structure of an educational hypermedia system have on the way its users understand its contents and organize the knowledge they acquire through its browsing?
The Web is an open, evolving, heterogeneous and nonmoderated space of information with problems related to any large hypermedia system.
The human-computer interaction management module, or user interface, of a hypermedia system may be considered as a reactive system, as it must interactively attend to external events given in the form of user requests during browsing.
The Web has become a very popular Hypermedia system.
van Dam later sponsored the IRIS project at Brown, which, under the direction of Norman Meyrowitz, created Intermedia, a UNIX-based networked hypermedia system with advanced multimedia editing features for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the liberal arts and sciences.
Thus, at its conception the Web was nothing more than a distributed hypermedia system.