Monitoring and Analytical Evaluation of Interactivity Mediated by a Dynamic Hypermedia Device

Guillermo L. Rodríguez, Patricia S. San Martín, Griselda Guarnieri

Abstract


This paper describes the first prototype of an integrated tool that assists people in monitoring and analytical evaluation of interactivity, mediated by a Dynamic Hypermedia Device (DHD). To carry out this practice, the basic technological elements are explained, as well as a model which takes into account experiences related to the addition of new components in implementations solved for this kind of framework. Furthermore, it is also explained how the tool articulates the simulation results obtained from a runtime DEVS (Discrete Event System) that integrates the metrics needed for flexible weights. All the technological developments have been adapted to the educational platform MOODLE as well as to SAKAI collaborative environment. To exemplify this development, a use case has been presented providing functional features and details that outline the methodological steps of the model from the final users’ perspective. Thus, an analysis which enables qualitative versatile units in terms of levels of interactivity to the DHD has been achieved.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/cis.v6n4p80

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Computer and Information Science   ISSN 1913-8989 (Print)   ISSN 1913-8997 (Online)
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