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Supplementing virtual documents with just-in-time hypermedia functionality

Supplementing virtual documents with just-in-time hypermedia functionality
Supplementing virtual documents with just-in-time hypermedia functionality
Digital library systems and other analytic or computational applications create documents and display screens in response to user queries “dynamically” or in “real time.” These “virtual documents” do not exist in advance, and thus hypermedia features (links, comments, and bookmark anchors) must be generated “just in time”—automatically and dynamically. In addition, accessing the hypermedia features may cause target documents to be generated or re-generated. This article describes the specific challenges for virtual documents and dynamic hypermedia functionality: dynamic regeneration, and dynamic anchor re-identification and re-location. It presents Just-in-time Hypermedia Engine to support just-in-time hypermedia across digital library and other third-party applications with dynamic content, and discusses issues prompted by this research.
dynamic hypermedia functionality, just-in-time hypermedia, digital libraries, virtual documents, dynamic regeneration, re-location, re-identification, integration architecture
1432-5012
155-168
Zhang, Li
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Bieber, Michael
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Song, Min
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Oria, Vincent
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Millard, David E.
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Zhang, Li
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Bieber, Michael
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Song, Min
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Oria, Vincent
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Millard, David E.
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Zhang, Li, Bieber, Michael, Song, Min, Oria, Vincent and Millard, David E. (2010) Supplementing virtual documents with just-in-time hypermedia functionality. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 11 (3), 155-168. (doi:10.1007/s00799-011-0065-9).

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Abstract

Digital library systems and other analytic or computational applications create documents and display screens in response to user queries “dynamically” or in “real time.” These “virtual documents” do not exist in advance, and thus hypermedia features (links, comments, and bookmark anchors) must be generated “just in time”—automatically and dynamically. In addition, accessing the hypermedia features may cause target documents to be generated or re-generated. This article describes the specific challenges for virtual documents and dynamic hypermedia functionality: dynamic regeneration, and dynamic anchor re-identification and re-location. It presents Just-in-time Hypermedia Engine to support just-in-time hypermedia across digital library and other third-party applications with dynamic content, and discusses issues prompted by this research.

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Published date: September 2010
Keywords: dynamic hypermedia functionality, just-in-time hypermedia, digital libraries, virtual documents, dynamic regeneration, re-location, re-identification, integration architecture
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 336320
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/336320
ISSN: 1432-5012
PURE UUID: 52635699-a730-4cd5-b7d5-2a339ba8a964
ORCID for David E. Millard: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7512-2710

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Date deposited: 21 Mar 2012 12:51
Last modified: 20 Jul 2019 01:12

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Author: Li Zhang
Author: Michael Bieber
Author: Min Song
Author: Vincent Oria
Author: David E. Millard ORCID iD

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