Integrating the Web and the World: Contextual Trails on the Move. Hansen, F. A., Bouvin, N. O., Christensen, B. G., Grønbæk, K., Pedersen, T. B., & Gagach, J. In pages 98-107.
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This paper presents applications of HyCon, a framework for context aware hypermedia systems. The HyCon framework encompasses annotations, links, and guided tours associating locations and RFID- or Bluetooth-tagged objects with maps, Web pages, and collections of resources. The user-created annotations, links and guided tours, are represented as XLink structures, and HyCon introduces the use of XLink for the representation of recorded geographical paths with annotations and links. The HyCon architecture extends upon earlier location based hypermedia systems by supporting authoring in the field and by providing access to browsing and searching information through a novel geo-based search (GBS) interface for the Web. Interface-wise, the HyCon prototype utilizes SVG on an interface level, for graphics as well as for user interface widgets on tablet PCs and mobile phones.
@inproceedings{ han04b,
  crossref = {acmht04},
  author = {Frank Allan Hansen and Niels Olof Bouvin and Bent Guldbjerg Christensen and Kaj Grø{}nbæ{}k and Torben Bach Pedersen and Jevgenij Gagach},
  title = {Integrating the Web and the World: Contextual Trails on the Move},
  pages = {98-107},
  uri = {http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1012837},
  doi = {10.1145/1012807.1012837},
  abstract = {This paper presents applications of HyCon, a framework for context aware hypermedia systems. The HyCon framework encompasses annotations, links, and guided tours associating locations and RFID- or Bluetooth-tagged objects with maps, Web pages, and collections of resources. The user-created annotations, links and guided tours, are represented as XLink structures, and HyCon introduces the use of XLink for the representation of recorded geographical paths with annotations and links. The HyCon architecture extends upon earlier location based hypermedia systems by supporting authoring in the field and by providing access to browsing and searching information through a novel geo-based search (GBS) interface for the Web. Interface-wise, the HyCon prototype utilizes SVG on an interface level, for graphics as well as for user interface widgets on tablet PCs and mobile phones.}
}
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