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Solent --- a Platform for Distributed Open Hypermedia Applications

Solent --- a Platform for Distributed Open Hypermedia Applications
Solent --- a Platform for Distributed Open Hypermedia Applications
Today's open hypermedia systems (OHS) provide middleware services for a range of hypertext applications. However, configuration and adaptation to specific applications' requirements is a tedious task. Research has been conducted into further splitting hypermedia middleware systems up into sets of interacting components that can be combined, extended and configured dynamically. These component-based open hypermedia systems (CB-OHS) allow for better adaptability, configurability and also interoperability amongst hypermedia middleware systems themselves. Described is the Solent component-based open hypermedia system. In particular, we focus on architecture, dynamic service discovery and invocation as well as the storage interface, which allows for storage and retrieval of arbitrary hierarchical structures encoded in XML.
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Reich, Sigi
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Millard, David
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Davis, Hugh C.
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Reich, Sigi
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Millard, David
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Davis, Hugh C.
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Reich, Sigi, Griffiths, Jon-Paul, Millard, David and Davis, Hugh C. (1999) Solent --- a Platform for Distributed Open Hypermedia Applications. At Database and Expert Systems Applications. 10th Intl. Conference, DEXA 99, Florence, Italy Database and Expert Systems Applications. 10th Intl. Conference, DEXA 99, Florence, Italy. pp. 802-811.

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Today's open hypermedia systems (OHS) provide middleware services for a range of hypertext applications. However, configuration and adaptation to specific applications' requirements is a tedious task. Research has been conducted into further splitting hypermedia middleware systems up into sets of interacting components that can be combined, extended and configured dynamically. These component-based open hypermedia systems (CB-OHS) allow for better adaptability, configurability and also interoperability amongst hypermedia middleware systems themselves. Described is the Solent component-based open hypermedia system. In particular, we focus on architecture, dynamic service discovery and invocation as well as the storage interface, which allows for storage and retrieval of arbitrary hierarchical structures encoded in XML.

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Published date: August 1999
Additional Information: Address: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York
Venue - Dates: Database and Expert Systems Applications. 10th Intl. Conference, DEXA 99, Florence, Italy, 1999-08-01
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 250865
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/250865
PURE UUID: 2d031740-024e-4d79-be58-bd66cda074d8
ORCID for Hugh C. Davis: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1182-1459

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Date deposited: 29 Mar 2000
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:14

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Author: Sigi Reich
Author: Jon-Paul Griffiths
Author: David Millard
Author: Hugh C. Davis ORCID iD

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