Issue No. 03 - Fall (1996 vol. 3)
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<p>Visual languages, which let users customize iconic sentences, can be extended to accommodate multimedia objects, letting users access media dynamically. Teleaction objects, or multimedia objects with knowledge structures, can be designed using visual languages to automatically respond to events and perform tasks like "find related books" in a virtual library. </p>
S. Chang, "Extending Visual Languages for Multimedia," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 3, no. , pp. 18-26, 1996.