Hypermedia meaning

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The use of hyperlinks, regular text, graphics, audio and video to provide an interactive, multimedia presentation. All the various elements are linked, enabling the user to move from one to another. See hypertext and adaptive hypermedia.
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The extension of hypertext into a combination of media, including image, animation, video, audio, hyperlinks, and other elements that intertwine into a non-linear document presentation in the form typical of contemporary Web documents.The World Wide Web (WWW) is a global hypermedia system linked through the public Internet. The terms hypertext and hypermedia are attributed to Ted Nelson, who, along with Douglas Englebart, developed the Hypertext Editing System in 1968. See also hyperlink, hypertext, and WWW.
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A collection of files existing in various digital media, such as text, graphic images, and audio and video recordings, that are connected together by hyperlinks.
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(computing) The use of text, data, graphics, audio and video as elements of an extended hypertext system in which all elements are linked so that the user can move among them at will.
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