VEMMI: The next Web?

Vandore, Simon
June 1996
Australian Personal Computer;Jun96, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p18
Discusses the development of VEMMI or Enhanced Man-Machine Interface for Videotext and Multimedia/Hypermedia Information Retrieval Services. Range of VEMMI applications; Benefits of the VEMMI in term of content; VEMMI registration as an international standard.


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