Chapter 8 PRESENTATION FORMATS 303

8.1 Presentation and Representation 304

8.1.1 Results from Multimedia Research 304

8.1.2 Dimensions of Multimedia Composition 307

8.1.3 The Advantage of Audiovisual Information 309

8.1.4 Multimedia Data Models 310

Representing Time in Multimedia Systems     PDF

 

Hypermedia: The Link with Time       PDF

 

MHEG Explained        PDF

MHEG-5—Aims, Concepts, and Implementation Issues         PDF

http://www.prz.tu-berlin.de/~joe/mheg/mheg_intro.html

 

The “HyTime” Hypermedia/Time-Based Document Structuring Language     PDF

Evaluating HyTime: An Examination and Implementation Experience           PDF

OOHyTime from the Time-Based Point of View: the Case of Synchronization Specification in Multimedia Documents       PDF

 

8.2 Viewing XML Data on the Web 312

8.2.1 Overview of Viewing XML Data 313

8.2.2 HTML 315

8.2.3 XHTML 317

 

8.2.4 Formatting Objects with XSL 321

8.3 User Interaction with XForms 326

8.3.1 Concepts of Xforms 326

8.3.2 Implementations 329

http://www.xsmiles.org/index.html

http://multivalent.sourceforge.net/

The Multivalent Browser: A Platform for New Ideas PDF

A BROWSER FRAMEWORK FOR HYBRID XML DOCUMENTS PDF

 

8.4 Exchanging Information through WAP Devices 330

8.4.1 What Is WAP? 330

8.4.2 WML 332

8.4.3 WMLScript 333

8.4.4 WBXML 334

8.4.5 Links to WAP Tools 335

8.5 Graphical and Multimedia Presentation with XML 336

8.5.1 SMIL 336

8.5.2 SVG 340

8.5.3 VoiceXML 342

8.6 Document-Based Type Setting 346

8.6.1 PDF 346

8.6.2 (La)TeX 347