S. Canazza and A. Dattolo (Italy)
Multimedia Information Systems, Software Agents, Data
Modelling, Education, zzStructures, Electronic Editions.
This paper proposes the application of a new actor-based
extension of Nelson's ZigZag model in humanities, in
order to create graph-centric browsing tools for Electronic
Editions of multidimensional documents.
The combination of the ZigZag model and of cooperation
activities of different actor classes allows our model to
create innovative, graph-centric browsing perspectives for
the user and to offer to him/her authoring tools for the
runtime creation of new virtual sources.