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## [Gzz-commits] journals/plans SA_2003.rst

 From: Hermanni Hyytiälä Subject: [Gzz-commits] journals/plans SA_2003.rst Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 05:03:25 -0400

CVSROOT:        /cvsroot/fenfire
Module name:    journals
Changes by:     Hermanni Hyytiälä <address@hidden>      03/05/13 05:03:25

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plans          : SA_2003.rst

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diff -u journals/plans/SA_2003.rst:1.75 journals/plans/SA_2003.rst:1.76
--- journals/plans/SA_2003.rst:1.75     Tue May 13 04:26:43 2003
+++ journals/plans/SA_2003.rst  Tue May 13 05:03:24 2003
@@ -5,47 +5,52 @@
Abstract
========

-.. - name of the research leader in charge
-
+
Dr. Tuomas Lukka

-.. - title of the project
+**Project name:**

-  Fenfire (?)
-
-.. - the sum of funding applied for from the Academy, the number of
-  person-years of work to be funded with it, and the funding period
-
-XXX
-
-.. - site or sites of research
+  Fenfire

-  University of Jyväskylä
-
-.. - the objective and brief description of the project (the most
-  important item of the abstract)
-
+**Total sum of funding:**

-In several hypertext systems today, following a link means a *disruptive*
change
-in the user's workflow, replacing the current context (e.g., a Web page) with
an
-entirely different one. This is partly caused by the dominant graphical user
-(developed in the 70s at Xerox PARC) in which *pages*
-are shown in overlapping, rectangular, unconnected viewports (windows).
-In this paradigm, following a link can only create a new window
-or replace the contents of the current window.
-In our opinion, this is one of the root causes of hypertext disorientation.
+  XXX

-The Fenfire project is an effort to build a location transparent,
hyperstructured desktop
-environment. We perform research on the theoretical and user-interface issues
arising in the
-Fenfire project and on the new possibilities that a more hyperstructural
approach to
-information opens to user interfaces. Additional research include complex data
structures,
-different kind of data storage models and custom controllers.
-
-Fenfire uses xanalogical storage model as a basis for hyperstructured media.
Each data
-item in the Fenfire system has a globally unique identifier. We use RDF
semantic web technologies to
-present information and relationships of information in our system. For
location transparency
-in the Fenfire system, we study Peer-to-Peer technologies to implemenent
networking infrastructure.
+**Person-years:**
+
+  4
+
+**Funding period:**
+
+  1.1.2004 - 31.12.2005
+
+**Site:**
+
+  University of Jyväskylä
+
+**Brief description of the project:**

+  In several hypertext systems today, following a link means a *disruptive*
change
+  in the user's workflow, replacing the current context (e.g., a Web page)
with an
+  entirely different one. This is partly caused by the dominant graphical user
+  (developed in the 70s at Xerox PARC) in which *pages*
+  are shown in overlapping, rectangular, unconnected viewports (windows).
+  In this paradigm, following a link can only create a new window
+  or replace the contents of the current window.
+  In our opinion, this is one of the root causes of hypertext disorientation.
+
+  The Fenfire project is an effort to build a location transparent,
hyperstructured desktop
+  environment. We perform research on the theoretical and user-interface
issues arising in the
+  Fenfire project and on the new possibilities that a more hyperstructural
approach to
+  information opens to user interfaces. Additional research include complex
data structures,
+  different kind of data storage models and custom controllers.
+
+  Fenfire uses xanalogical storage model as a basis for hyperstructured media.
Each data
+  item in the Fenfire system has a globally unique identifier. We use RDF
semantic web technologies to
+  present information and relationships of information in our system. For
location transparency
+  in the Fenfire system, we study Peer-to-Peer technologies to implemenent
networking infrastructure.
+

.. (abstract no longer than one page)

@@ -64,8 +69,9 @@
Background and significance of the research
-------------------------------------------

-.. We develop a system, named as Fenfire, which uses novel ways to control
information
-   flow in the screen.
+
+We develop a system, named as Fenfire, which uses novel ways to control
information
+flow in the screen.

Our system uses xanalogical storage model [ted-xu-model]_ as a
basis for hyperstructured media. Xanalogical storage keeps an index of
@@ -458,11 +464,10 @@
& \multicolumn{4}{c|}{2004} & \multicolumn{4}{c|}{2005} &
\multicolumn{4}{c|}{2006} \\
Task & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 \\
\hline
+  Peer-to-Peer & X &  &  &  &  &  & & & & & & \\
1. PhD & X &  &  &  &  &  &  & & & & & \\
2. PhD &  & X &  &  &  &  &  & & & & & \\
3. PhD &  &  &  &  &  &  & & X & & & & \\
-  Peer-to-Peer & X &  &  &  &  &  & & & & & & \\
-  Fenfire protype &  &  &  &  & X &  &  & & & & & \\
\hline
\end{tabular} }
\end{center}