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The next generation of hypermedia delivery system

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2 Author(s)
Andres, F. ; R&D Dept., Nat. Center for Sci. Inf. Syst., Tokyo, Japan ; Ono, K.

The Active Hypermedia Delivery System (AHYDS) within the NACSIS R&D department is an experimental advanced application developed for delivering hypermedia documents over distributed and and heterogeneous systems. The AHYDS is an example of intelligent distributed media information management and multimedia delivery. The evolution of both the technology and the complexity of applications suggests how information systems should be improved and how operating services and multi-agent technology should be integrated inside information engines. We address the concept of the Active Hypermedia Delivery System integrating operating system services (load balancing, fault tolerance), multi-agent support, and database services in order to provide high performance support in distributed and heterogeneous hypermedia management. The user interface framework of AHYDS supports different kinds of data models, content based searching and automatic navigation of hypermedia links for distributed access

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 1998. Proceedings. Ninth International Workshop on

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25-28 Aug 1998