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HYTIMEHypermedia Time Based Structuring Language
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A different approach to modeling hypermedia applications is taken by the HyTime standard [Derose and Durand 1994], a hypermedia specification language based on SGML.
And HyTime [2] and the XML linking language make it possible to mark and link to spans in read-only documents, although such documents must be in the same format.
By using the attribute values specified in the HyTime standard, a HyTime system will know how to process the element.
The HyTime hypermedia/time-based document structuring language.
Alternately, one intermediate format, such as HyTime, can be used, and then only on the order of 10 conversion programs are needed.
Though recent standards like HyTime and standardization proposals like MHEG begin to address issues of interchange and consistent storage formats, they offer almost no support for the designers of system behavior.
This behavior can be transformed for a particular instance to any SGML-like form [6], including HyTime [12, 13].
Hypermedia/Time-Based Structuring Language (HyTime) is an ISO standard that specifies how hypermedia documents, which can contain audio and moving and still pictures, can be represented using SGML.
Also, standardization efforts on integrating open hypermedia applications resulted in the HyTime standard proposal [4, 11].
This is a networked information system and World Wide Web browser that retrieves text, images, sound, and animations stored at sites around the world and displays documents created with SGML and HyTime standards.
The format will be based on the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and Hypermedia Time-based Structuring Language (HyTime).
Another author (Riley) participated in the planning process that has led to the proposed HyTime standard (ISO/IEC DIS 10744) [11, 18], a markup language for representing multimedia, hypermedia, and time/space-based documents.