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   media, graphic theory papers? some xml relation

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  • Subject: media, graphic theory papers? some xml relation
  • From: Bryan Rasmussen <bry@itnisk.com>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 11:23:44 +0200
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I was just wondering if anyone knew of any good resources, papers on analyzing 
compatibilities between different graphical representation systems, also works 
of media theory from a computing perspective, for example what I'm interested in

is theories that allow one to define one 'media' as being different from another

- what defines something as a 'media'. 

Papers defining minimum number of graphical capabilities are needed to draw 
anything - a sort of Graphical Machine equivalence to the Turing Machine. 

>From an xml perspective when discussing cross-media, any studies that from a 
very high level introduce algorithms for taking a number of parameters from each

media and deriving a level of compatibility between them. I'm worried that this

probably does not exist anywhere, cause I haven't seen it but it would be nice 
to be surprised. What I expect is out there are various studies about moving 
content between a desktop computer representation to a mobile representation and

all sorts of discussion of the difficulties - that's too finely detailed for 
what I'm looking for right now, and I think from the perspective of cross-media

it's somewhat simpler than discussions of moving between a desktop screen 
representation to a phone voice representation. Papers with that kind of 
comparisons would be somewhat more interesting. 

Hopefully what I'm looking for is somewhat clear. 


Bryan Rasmussen


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