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  • Hypermedia Cynethia & FaLinda
  • Hypermedia
    • A term used for hypertext which is not constrained to be text; it can include graphics, video, and sound.
    • An acronym which combines the words hypertext and multimedia.
  • Hypermedia/Hypertext
    • Hypermedia is commonly used in place of Hypertext.
    • Hypertext is often referred to as the “generalized footnote”.
    • Hypertext is text that contains links to other text.
    • Hypertext and hypermedia are concepts, not products.
  • Hypermedia History
    • Vannevar Bush (1945)
    • Ted Nelson (1965) Father of Hypertext.
    • Macintosh
    • Xanadu (1967)
  • Advantages of the Hypermedia Model
    • Ease of tracing links
    • Ease of creating new references
    • Information structuring
    • Global views
    • Customized documents
    • Modularity of information
    • Task stacking
    • Collaboration
  • Disadvantages of the Hypermedia Model
    • Current implementations
    • Characteristic problems
    • Interface problems- lack of browsers or deficiencies in existing browsers
    • Disorientation
    • Cognitive overhead
  • Requirements for a hypertext environment
    • Database component
    • Representation scheme
    • Interface component
  • Future of Hypermedia
    • The emergence of a mass market for hypertext
    • The integration of hypertext and other computer facilities