Using Al techniques to aid hypermedia design

E.I. Gaura, R.M. Newman

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Abstract

Artificial intelligence techniques have found a number of applications in hypermedia, mostly in two specific areas, user interface, particularly adaptive ones and information search and retrieval. There have been fewer cases of application of these techniques to aid the authoring process. This paper studies the applicability of some Al techniques to the authoring process, in particular, helping designers understand and control the structure of a presentation. Copyright 2003 ACM.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 21st Annual International Conference on Documentation
EditorsS.B. Jones, D.G. Novick
PublisherACM
Pages100-104
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventACM Special Interest Group for Design of Communications - San Francisco, United States
Duration: 12 Oct 200315 Oct 2003
http://www.sigdoc2003.cs.uvic.ca/

Conference

ConferenceACM Special Interest Group for Design of Communications
Abbreviated titleSIGDOC 2003
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period12/10/0315/10/03
Internet address

Keywords

  • Computer software
  • Data processing
  • Hypermedia systems
  • Information retrieval
  • Neural networks
  • Problem solving
  • Usability engineering
  • User interfaces
  • Hypermedia
  • Information search
  • Software design
  • Authoring processes
  • Artificial intelligence

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    Gaura, E. I., & Newman, R. M. (2003). Using Al techniques to aid hypermedia design. In S. B. Jones, & D. G. Novick (Eds.), Proceedings of the 21st Annual International Conference on Documentation (pp. 100-104). ACM.