Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A collection of files existing in various digital media, such as text, graphic images, and audio and video recordings, that are connected together by hyperlinks.

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  • noun computing The use of text, data, graphics, audio and video as elements of an extended hypertext system in which all elements are linked so that the user can move among them at will

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a multimedia system in which related items of information are connected and can be presented together

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Examples

  • Or perphaps in hypermedia Times Square or in the TV showrooms of a Radio Shack.

    Botanical Wunderkammer

  • Or perphaps in hypermedia Times Square or in the TV showrooms of a Radio Shack.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Of course, most web pages include other media elements besides text, such as graphics, animation, and audio, so the Web is more accurately described as a hypermedia system.

    Planet Malaysia

  • Or in other words: Fielding's "hypermedia" in fact is not any different part of the system but solely the document.

    Blog Posts

  • Rumors have been swirling for the past 24 hours since it was announced on Fuji TV's "Mr Sunday" program that actress Erika Sawajiri, 24, and her husband, "hypermedia" creator Tsuyoshi Takashiro, 45, are in the process of solidifying plans for divorce.

    Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

  • This spawned a variety of hypermedia and hypertext experiments during the 1970s and 980s.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • This spawned a variety of hypermedia and hypertext experiments during the 1970s and 980s.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • Between 1978 and 1980, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology produced the first significant hypermedia application, the Aspen Moviemap, which used a stop-frame camera to create an interactive map of Aspen, Colorado, based on actual photos.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • This spawned a variety of hypermedia and hypertext experiments during the 1970s and 980s.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

  • Between 1978 and 1980, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology produced the first significant hypermedia application, the Aspen Moviemap, which used a stop-frame camera to create an interactive map of Aspen, Colorado, based on actual photos.

    'The Oxford Companion to the Book'

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