HyperImage - Bildorientierte E-Science-Netzwerke

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Images are an important source of scientific knowledge in many disciplines. The relevant images are studied closely and the details of one image are compared with the details of another. In shar- ing this knowledge one will necessarily also communicate about image details.
The Hyperlmage project is concerned with the currently unsolved technical problem of establishing links between image details. Our goal is to develop a Web-based workspace that will enable scien- tists in any image-oriented discipline to create simple and precise links between images and image details, in a fashion similar to that which until now has been the privilege of text. The Hyperlmage editor permits scientists to mark details of pictures and create links between images and image details of any scale. Any work in progress can be stored within the Hyperlmage system by an au- thor or group of authors, or it can be exported as XML for further usage outside the Hyperlmage system.
Translated title of the contributionHyperlmage - Image-Oriented e-Science Networks
Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationEVA 2007 Berlin : Elektronische Bildverarbeitung & Kunst, Kultur, Historie
EditorsAndreas Bienert, Gerd Stanke, James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini
Number of pages5
Publisher GFaI
Publication date2007
Pages39-43
ISBN (Print)3-9809212-8-X, 978-3-9809212-8-2
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-946653-47-9
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Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventEVA 2007 Berlin - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 07.11.200709.11.2007
Conference number: 14

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