Automatic presentation generation for scholarly hypermedia
Automatic hypermedia presentation generation uses an information source semantic network first to select the content and then to compose it in the presentation so that the semantic relations between the information items are conveyed to the user. A hypermedia presentation can be considered as an example of strongly-guided navigation through a hypermedia structure. This can provide a high level interface for semantic network navigation, for example aiding the user in browsing a semantic network of scholarly claims.
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Bocconi, S. (2003). Automatic presentation generation for scholarly hypermedia. Information Systems [INS]. CWI.