Company / Author
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What they say
“PAUX is software to develop, manage and publicize dynamic individualized content by linking reusable semantic content objects semantically.
PAUX takes a own path of knowledge representation by linking single objects such as words, sentences, pictures, persons etc. to a network.
Therefore, PAUX can be classified only partially in the area of existing systems like CMS/ECMS, Wiki, LMS or LCMS. The semantic content objects of PAUX are to make knowledge available as filterable content for Websites, semantic Wiki, detailed-evaluated eLearning and individualized print media.
PAUX is a knowledge management system written in Java and addresses enterprises (also publishing houses) as well as colleges, offices and other authorities.”
There is little information about the user interface at the site (other than that suggested by the image here), but it says ‘PAUX forms . . . multidimensional mindmap (and/or due to the semantics of the linkage more exactly: a concept map).’ I interpret this to be drawing an analogy of how information can be connected, rather than how it is presented. Probably this software does not have a graphical interface but the image hints at a tree-structured outline form. The product description indicates that its structure is not limited to a strict tree, but can support node cloning (multi-parent children).
Written in Java so I assume it is multi-platform, but I cannot see an explicit statement about platforms.
Linux | Mac | Windows
Price: free in the context of a development partnership (whatever that means) | Status: Historical (defunct) | Date added: 2007-09-21