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Augmented Reality as an Interface to Adaptive Hypermedia Systems

Sinclair, Patrick A.S., Martinez, Kirk, Millard, David E. and Weal, Mark J., Tudhope, Douglas(ed.) (2003) Augmented Reality as an Interface to Adaptive Hypermedia Systems New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, Special Issue on Hypermedia beyond the Desktop, 9, pp. 117-136.

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Adaptive Hypermedia has sought to tackle the problems of dealing with complex, heavily structured information and the presentation of views of that structure to users. Increasingly, adaptive content is achieved through different forms of context. Using two case study applications we will reflect on how Augmented Reality may present solutions to a number of Adaptive Hypermedia presentation problems. Each case study describes a different physical interaction metaphor for exposing the complex adaptation of hypermedia content in an intuitive way. The preliminary findings of our early evaluations are discussed. Finally, conclusions are drawn as to how Augmented Reality applications could use the modelling techniques of the Adaptive Hypermedia community to deal more easily with complex information.

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: Augmented Reality, Adaptive Hypermedia
Organisations: Web & Internet Science


Local EPrints ID: 259065
ISSN: 1361-4568
PURE UUID: 5b5251ca-a9ee-43a6-9536-d195c0b0bcaa
ORCID for Kirk Martinez: ORCID iD
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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2004
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:26

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Author: Patrick A.S. Sinclair
Author: Kirk Martinez ORCID iD
Author: David E. Millard ORCID iD
Author: Mark J. Weal ORCID iD
Editor: Douglas Tudhope

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