The Extended Rmm Methodology for Web Publishing

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Tomas lsakowitz

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Arnold Kamis

Suffolk University - Department of Information Systems & OM

Marios Koufaris

Zicklin School of Business, Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics, Baruch College - The City University of New York

Date Written: May 1998

Abstract

The Relationship Management Methodology (RMM) for hypermedia design was originally introduced in 1995, and hassince evolved in a number of ways in response to the rapid growth in demand for hypermedia applications on the WorldWide Web. The revamped methodology is demonstrated in the design of rich web applications. Design and implementationissues are discussed, including database integration, and top-down versus bottom up approaches to Web Information System(WIS) application development. The graphical and programming language notations for RMM's new constructs arepresented. RMM promotes sound design and maintainable development of hypermedia.

Keywords: Design, data model, entity-relationship diagram, hypermedia, hypertext, information domain, maintainability, reuse, structured design, web-based information system

Suggested Citation

lsakowitz, Tomas and Kamis, Arnold and Koufaris, Marios, The Extended Rmm Methodology for Web Publishing (May 1998). NYU Working Paper No. IS-98-18, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1288465

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Arnold Kamis

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Marios Koufaris

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