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Noema: A Metalanguage for Scripting Versionable Hypertexts

Noema: A Metalanguage for Scripting Versionable Hypertexts
Noema: A Metalanguage for Scripting Versionable Hypertexts
In this paper we present Noema, a new intensional hypertext metalanguage based on both intensional HTML (IHTML) and XML. The design of Noema aims at the improvement of the expressibeness of Intensional HTML and introduces principles such as intensional XML-like entities, versioning/hypertext unification and implicitly created dimensions. The bigger expressive power of Nowema doesn't mean that one has to program hypertext, as is the case with ISE/IML (decendents of IHTML), so Noema is proposed as a better solution to the problems encountered in IHTML - versioning support for non-programmers.
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Kassios, Ioannis T.
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Plaice, John
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Kropf, Peter G.
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Schulthes, Peter
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Slonim, Jacob
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Kassios, Ioannis T. and schraefel, m.c., (2002) Noema: A Metalanguage for Scripting Versionable Hypertexts Plaice, John, Kropf, Peter G., Schulthes, Peter and Slonim, Jacob (eds.) At Distributed Communities on the Web, 4th International Workshop, DCW 2002, Australia. 03 - 05 Apr 2002. , pp. 228-239.

Kassios, Ioannis T. and schraefel, m.c., (2002) Noema: A Metalanguage for Scripting Versionable Hypertexts Plaice, John, Kropf, Peter G., Schulthes, Peter and Slonim, Jacob (eds.) At Distributed Communities on the Web, 4th International Workshop, DCW 2002, Australia. 03 - 05 Apr 2002. , pp. 228-239.

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In this paper we present Noema, a new intensional hypertext metalanguage based on both intensional HTML (IHTML) and XML. The design of Noema aims at the improvement of the expressibeness of Intensional HTML and introduces principles such as intensional XML-like entities, versioning/hypertext unification and implicitly created dimensions. The bigger expressive power of Nowema doesn't mean that one has to program hypertext, as is the case with ISE/IML (decendents of IHTML), so Noema is proposed as a better solution to the problems encountered in IHTML - versioning support for non-programmers.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: @proceedings{DBLP:conf/dcw/2002, editor = {John Plaice and Peter G. Kropf and Peter Schulthess and Jacob Slonim}, title = {Distributed Communities on the Web, 4th International Workshop, DCW 2002, Sydney, Australia, April 3-5, 2002, Revised Papers}, booktitle = {DCW}, publisher = {Springer}, series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science}, volume = {2468}, year = {2002}, isbn = {3-540-00301-0}, bibsource = {DBLP, http://dblp.uni-trier.de} } Event Dates: April 3-5, 2002
Venue - Dates: Distributed Communities on the Web, 4th International Workshop, DCW 2002, Australia, 2002-04-03 - 2002-04-05
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 257680
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/257680
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Date deposited: 16 Jun 2003
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Author: Ioannis T. Kassios
Author: m.c. schraefel
Editor: John Plaice
Editor: Peter G. Kropf
Editor: Peter Schulthes
Editor: Jacob Slonim

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