jueves, 7 de marzo de 2013

Libro sobre diseño de hipermedia

Está disponible de forma gratuita el libro Elements of Hypermedia Design, de Peter Gloor (Birkhäuser, Cambridge MA, 1997), todo un clásico del hipertexto, la hipermedia y demás cosas hipervitaminadas.

El índice de este libro es:
  • Preface
    • Acknowledgments
  • Structuring Information
    • 1. Short Introduction to Information Retrieval
      • Classification of Retrieval Techniques
      • Text Retrieval Using Inverted Indexing
      • Automatic Indexing
      • The Vector Space Model
      • Document Clustering
      • Rule-based Expert Systems for Information Retrieval
      • Hypermedia and Information Retrieval
    • 2. User Modeling
      • 2.1 Classifications and Taxonomy
      • 2.2 User Modeling in UC, the UNIX Consultant
      • 2.3 User Modeling in Information Retrieval
      • 2.4 User Modeling in I3R
    • 3. World Wide Web Introduction
      • 3.1 WWW Overview
      • 3.2 Basic WWW Navigation Mechanisms
      • 3.3 Hyper-G
    • 4. Programming the Web
      • 4.1 CGI
      • 4.2 Java
      • 4.3 JavaScript
      • 4.4 Tcl
      • 4.5 General Magic Telescript
    • 5. The 7 Design Concepts for Navigation in Cyberspace
    • 6. Linking
      • 6.1 Static Versus Dynamic Linking
      • 6.2 MICROCOSM - A System based on Dynamic Linking
      • 6.3 Automatic Link Generation - the Link Apprentice
      • 6.4 Breadcrumbs and Bookmarks
    • 7. Searching
      • 7.1 WAIS
      • 7.2 SWISH
      • 7.3 Robots
      • 7.4 Harvest
    • 8. Sequentialization
      • 8.1 Guided Tours and Travel Holidays
      • 8.2 Guided Tours and Tabletops in NoteCards
      • 8.3 Scripted Paths
      • 8.4 Footsteps
    • 9. Hierarchy
      • 9.1 Electronic Table of Contents
      • 9.2 IGD - Hierarchical Display of Hypertext Structure
      • 9.3 Tree-Maps: Visualization of Hierarchical Information Structure
      • 9.4 Multitrees
      • 9.5 Zooming Into Hierarchically Structured Information
      • 9.6 SuperBook - Automatically Structured Documents
    • 10. Similarity
      • 10.1 Electronic Index - Similarity by Common Keywords
      • 10.2 SEMNET - A Testbed for Three-Dimensional Knowledge Base Representation
      • 10.3 The CYC Browser
      • 10.4 VISAR - Navigation by Inference
    • 11. Mapping
      • 11.1 Intermedia Web View
      • 11.2 Fish Eye Views
      • 11.3 Graph-based Fish Eye Views
      • 11.4 XEROX Information Visualizer
      • 011.5 Mapping the Web
    • 12. Agents
      • 12.1 Guides: Orientation Assistants
      • 12.2 Agents
      • 12.3 Oval - A Toolkit to Build Information Exploration Interfaces
      • 12.4 Conclusions
    • 13. Cybertools - Overview
      • 13.1 The Gloor/Dynes Hypertext Engine
      • 13.2 Webs
      • 13.3 Guided Tour through Gloor/Dynes Hypertext Engine
      • 13.4 Conversion to Hypertext
    • 14. Cybertools - Hierarchy with Hiermap, Viewfinder and Navigation Diamond
      • 14.1 The Navigation Diamond
      • 14.2 Viewfinder
      • 14.3. Hiermap
    • 15. Cybertools - Sequentialization with Paths
    • 16. Cybertools - Similarity with CYBERMAP
      • 16.1 Motivation
      • 16.2 Why Overview Maps?
      • 16.3 The Ideal CYBERMAP
    • 17. Cybermap - System Architecture
      • 17.1 Identification of Hyperdrawers
      • 17.2 The Model of the User
      • 17.3 Application Structure
      • 17.4 Preprocessing
      • 17.5 Analysis of Structure and Contents of the Document
      • 17.6 Computing the Similarity Between Nodes
      • 17.7 Dynamic Linking with CYBERMAP
    • 18. CYBERMAP - Implementation Issues
      • 18.1 Implementing CYBERMAP on the Connection Machine
      • 18.2 Enabling CYBERMAP for the Web
      • 18.3 Implementing CYBERMAP for the Web
      • 18.4 Evolution of the CYBERMAP GUI
      • 18.5 A Sample Guided Tour
      • 18.6 CYBERMAPs for Multimedia Data
    • 19. Building Hierarchical Cybermaps
      • 19.1 Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms
      • 19.2 Hierarchical CYBERMAP Example - News Selection
    • 20. Cybertrees: Tree-Shaped Overview Maps
      • 20.1 Cybertree Algorithms
      • 20.2 Comparison between CYBERMAP and Cybertree
      • 20.3 Cybertree Examples
      • 20.4 Possible Extensions
    • 21. Conclusions
  • II Visualization
    • 22. Introduction to Algorithm Animation
    • 23. Animated Algorithms
      • 23.1 System Overview
      • 23.2 Project Goals
      • 23.3 The Animation System
    • 24. User Interface Design For Algorithm Animation
    • 25. The Art of Algorithm Animation
      • 25.1 How to Animate Algorithms
      • 25.2 Requirements to the Algorithm Animator
      • 25.3 Automatic Algorithm Animation
    • 26. Educational Aspects
      • 26.1 Educational Benefits of Algorithm Animation
      • 26.2 Structure-Based Algorithm Animation
      • 26.3 Find The Best Pseudocode
    • 27. Animating Proofs
      • 27.1 Components of the Proof Visualization System
      • 27.2 Master Teaching
    • 28. Algorithm Animation by Scripting
    • 29. Conclusions
  • III Multimedia Editing
    • 30. Introduction
    • 31. Related Work
    • 32. VideoScheme System Overview
    • 33. VideoScheme Language Overview
    • 34. VideoScheme Applications
      • 34.1 Automating Repetitive Tasks
      • 34.2 Authoring with Programming
      • 34.3 Cut Detection
      • 34.4 Automatic Video Analysis
    • 35. Conclusion
  • IV Hypermedia Publishing
    • 36. Introduction
      • 36.1 Related Work
      • 36.2 Background
    • 37. DAGS 92 CD-ROM
      • 37.1 System Description
      • 37.2 DAGS 92 Sample Guided Tour
      • 37.3 DAGS 93 CD-ROM
    • 38. DAGS 95 On the Web
      • 38.1 System Description
      • 38.2 DAGS95 Sample Guided Tour
    • 39. The Development Process
      • 39.1 Producing Digital Talks for CD-ROM
      • 39.2 Producing Digital Talks for the Web
      • 39.3 Automation of the Development Process
      • 39.4 Producing the Hypertext for CD-ROM
      • 39.5 Producing the Hypertext for the Web
    • 40. Extensions and Improvements
      • 40.1 Obstacles in the Creation of Digital Talks
      • 40.2 Improving the Development Process
      • 40.3 CD-ROM versus WWW
      • 40.4 Improving the Product Design
    • 41. Conclusions
  • References
Es muy curioso comprobar cómo este sitio web sigue funcionando correctamente con los navegadores modernos, cuando en los requisitos técnicos se especifica que se recomienda el uso de Netscape Navigator 3.0... ¡ya que tiene más de 10 años!