Hyper-G Now Hyperwave: The Next Generation Web Solution
Written by the team that created Hyper-G and its commercial version, HyperWave, this book is the definitive reference for the next generation hypermedia system for the Internet. If you have a large, complex and highly dynamic information space, and/or if you have, or are seeking to create, a high quality multi-author environment, read this book. The CD-ROM includes an evaluation copy of the HyperWave server, the native UNIX and MS-Windows clients as well as the HyperWave administration tools. Hyper-G was conceived and developed at the IICM of Graz University of Technology, in Austria, by a team headed by Hermann Maurer and Frank Kappe, both prolific and widely published authors. Visit the HyperWave pages and view the first five chapters of HyperWave: The Next Generation Web Solution .
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allows Amadeus annotations applications attribute audio automatically CD-ROM Chapter client-server cluster collection browser collection hierarchy command connection contains courseware create dbserver default defined deleted destination anchor dialog displayed ecash ED-MEDIA editing electronic environment variables error example Figure format full text gateway Gopher protocol Gopher servers Harmony Hermann Maurer HGTV HM-Card home collection Hyper-G clients Hyper-G database Hyper-G object Hyper-G server hyperlinks hypermedia hypermedia systems hypertext IICM information system inline images insert installation Internet J.UCS keywords language layout menu MPEG multimedia navigation OpenGL option parameters parent collection password PostScript protocol query remote object retrieve S-collection script Section session SGML source anchor specified standalone server stored structure style Styria Telnet text documents Text Viewer UNIX update user interface VRML VRweb