MCPS—The Multimedia Computing Presentation System

MCPS—The Multimedia Computing Presentation System

Sorel Reisman (California State University, Fullerton, USA)
Copyright: © 1993 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/joeuc.1993070101
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Abstract

Multimedia personal computing (MPC) technology and products are evolving at a rate that is almost overwhelming. The demand for MPC applications is particularly challenging for software developers who must specify target hardware and functions in order to program and test their applications. Traditional paradigms and design methodologies can be used to develop useful MPC applications that can evolve as technology and hardware changes. The Multimedia Computing Presentation System (MCPS) was designed for application experts to be able to easily implement MPC applications by focusing on content rather than on enabling multimedia technology. By using design philosophies based on practices that have evolved from instructional technology and information systems design, MCPS-developed applications can be upgraded as multimedia technology evolves.

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