The SuperJournal Project,
This is a report of a project which ran during 1993. The project's aim was to demonstrate access to and use of journal articles over the new high-speed academic network in the UK, SuperJANET. Subsequently it was not so much a research project as a demonstration of technical feasibility. It is a simple account of what was done and the decisions that shaped the final system, and is submitted as part of the contract with the British Library Research and Development Department.
It will inform and move the development of electronic journals along one more step.
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Specifying the electronic journal software
Experience of the viewing interfaces
What has been learnt from the project?
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8-bit colour TIFF access material area networks Article Abstract Asynchronous Transfer Mode British Library British Telecom chosen coding colour images database demonstration display document type definition dots per inch Dr David Penfold Dynatext editorial board electronic form electronic journals ensure Ethernet example explore FDDI figure fonts four interfaces front end funding handle hierarchic selection high-speed networks hypertext links identified Institute of Physics John Dyer Joint Network Team journal articles journal material local area networks Lorcan Dempsey mathematics Mb/s Mbit/s move multimedia network publishing on-screen Oracle's Book peer review Physics Publishing possible present production quality of content readers reading references RightPages Roger Woodham scanned images screen search facilities SGML SMDS speed standard sub-article elements sub-editing sub-headings SuperJournal Project table of contents technical Telepublishing software Tony Cox usable viewing interfaces window X-Windows Yes Yes