Distributed Design of Hypermedia Applications

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Tomas Isakowitz

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Date Written: 1995

Abstract

Hypermedia technology is experiencing a rapid growth due, in large part, to the WWW. Many hypermedia applications, especially those on the WWW have a distributed design besides being physically spread among many servers.A distributed design is a design that varies, albeit slightly, from instance to instance. However, such design variances can lead to undesirable inconsistencies that can render a hypermedia application useless. This paper explores this problem and presents a solution based on a methodological approach to hypermedia design and construction. The methods are illustrated via a sample application.

Suggested Citation

Isakowitz, Tomas, Distributed Design of Hypermedia Applications (1995). Information Systems Working Papers Series, Vol. , pp. -, 1995. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1284847

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