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    Title: 超媒體資訊系統之應用模式與系統發展方法研究
    Other Titles: Application Modeling and System Development Methods for Hypermedia Information Systems
    Authors: 余千智
    Keywords: 超媒體資訊系統;多媒體資料庫;應用模式方法;系統發展方法
    Hypermedia information system;Multimedia database;Application modeling;System development method
    Date: 1998
    Issue Date: 2007-04-18 16:40:27 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:國立政治大學資訊管理學系
    Abstract: 由於全球資訊網(World-Wide-Web)超文件資訊資源及網底資訊系統(Web-Based Information Systems,WIS)等的技術與商業化應用進展快速,促使超媒體資訊系統發展方法的研究需求顯著增加,技術課題包括系統功能架構、應用模式、發展流程、建置環境、工具及語言標準等。研究文獻中雖有不少超媒體應用的模式表現及設計方法,但極少從管理資訊系統的角度,整合性地探討超媒體資訊系統發展方法中有關架構、模式、流程、資料庫查詢、使用者個人化管理功能等層面的結構與運作關係。本研究的目的即在提出一個超媒體資訊系統的概念架構與系統發展流程,整合超媒體應用之節點-鏈結模式方法與物件導向多媒體資料庫模式方法等,以使超媒體資訊系統之文件內容、畫面展現、使用者介面及多媒體資料庫等具有一致性的表現方法及系統發展上的階段相容性,能充分支援各種不同的超媒體文件檢索與多媒體資料庫查詢方法,且能提供使用者導向之個人化資訊服務。同時,也方便於導入決策支援系統及知識庫系統功能。
    Due to the rapid growing of technologies and commercial applications of World-Wide-Web hyperdocument resources as well as Web-based information systems (WIS), the needs for demanding researches on hypermedia information system development methods increase significantly. Technical issues for system development include functional structure, application model, development process, implementation environment, tools and language standards. Although there are a number of researches in the literature discussing modeling and design methods for hypermedia applications, little has adopted a management information system paradigm to accommodate structural and operational issues for hypermedia information system development methodologies including system architecture, modeling, process, database query, and personalized management. The goal of this research is to propose a conceptual architecture and a development process for hypermedia information systems. Within this framework, the node-link model for hypermedia applications and the object-oriented model for multimedia databases are integrated to consistently represent document contents, user view presentations, user interfaces, and multimedia databases of the hypermedia information system as well as to support comparable transitions between phases of the system development process. The established hypermedia information system architecture and process should be able to sufficiently support various search and retrieval methods for hypermedia documents and multimedia databases, to provide user-oriented personalized information services, and to facilitate integration of decision support system and knowledge-based system functions.
    Description: 核定金額:272500元
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[資訊管理學系] 國科會研究計畫

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