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Practical methods for automatically generating typed links

Chip Cleary, Ray Bareiss
1996 Proceedings of the the seventh ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '96  
This paper describes the progress we have made in formalizing and automating the process of creating typed links, that is links that not only join nodes, but also label the relationship between them.  ...  One of the most difficult steps in building such systems is constructing a fertile set of hypermedia links between the nodes they contain (i.e., text segments, graphics, and video clips).  ...  We believe analogies links to be the most difficult to create of the link types listed in Figure 1 , both for human indexers and automatic linkers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/234828.234832 dblp:conf/ht/ClearyB96 fatcat:aw4srvlpd5cpjoernr44h3kzz4

On the use of information retrieval techniques for the automatic construction of hypertext

Maristella Agosti, Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
1997 Information Processing & Management  
The most di cult part of the automatic construction of a hypertext is the creation of links connecting documents or document fragments that are semantically related.  ...  The rst part of the paper brie y introduces what automatic authoring of a hypertext for information retrieval means.  ...  The techniques proposed by Allan for the automatic link type identi cation are based on some values calculated on the merged links.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(96)00058-1 fatcat:tzlokuc6gbdqlduezy4ik4eehq

Semantic control of open hypertext systems by typed objects

Rainer Hammwöhner, Rainer Kuhlen
1994 Journal of information science  
This paper takes an object-oriented approach and proposes a rigorous typing of hypertext objects to overcome the problems of open hypertext.  ...  The advantage of this typing is shown on an e-mail hypertext as a special application of the KHS system. KHS is written in Smalltalk and is being developed on UNIX-machines.  ...  Binary links are unidirectional, but if two link types are defined as inverse to each other, instances of these link types will be created as a pair automatically.  ... 
doi:10.1177/016555159402000303 fatcat:4mlkd6jcu5hkzjisgdn6nxqcne

Text-hypertext mutual conversion and hypertext interchange through SGML

Min Zheng, Roy Rada
1993 Proceedings of the second international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '93  
With this generated document, hypertext for different systems such as Guide and Hyperties can be automatically generated and new features, like alternate outline and automatically derived indices can also  ...  With various options on traversal, different versions of documents ean be generated from the same set of nodes and links in the document database.  ...  A link type ean be either hierarchical or non-hierarchical, For instance, the document type is a hierarchical type whilst the reference type is not.  ... 
doi:10.1145/170088.170119 dblp:conf/cikm/ZhengR93 fatcat:onzm7cdhdrfnhlxsik5eim3jee

Automatic generation of hypertext system repositories

E. James Whitehead, Guozheng Ge, Kai Pan
2004 Proceedings of the fifteenth ACM conference on Hypertext & hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '04  
In this paper, we present a model-driven methodology and toolset for automatic generation of hypertext system repositories.  ...  We validate our approach by automatically generating repositories in accordance with the models of five existing hypertext systems.  ...  For example, by reading the two XML documents describing the model definition and the data type definition, we do not know which entity maps to a hypertext work, which one represents a link, and which  ... 
doi:10.1145/1012807.1012861 dblp:conf/ht/WhiteheadGP04 fatcat:l4cfqeppurgi7dxsiv75fcmumy

Building application dependent hypertexts

Rainer Hammwöhner, Marc Rittberger
1997 Information Processing & Management  
construction of hypertexts.  ...  The Konstanz Hypertext System offers a domain-specific developmental environment for the construction of large hypertexts.  ...  and automatically links the units in the hypertext.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(96)00065-9 fatcat:keknwl5bkbbq3assgjisxlcw3q

On hypertext

M. Agosti, M. F. Bruandet, U. Hahn, S. Weiss
1990 Proceedings of the 13th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '90  
First, the panelists will question whether or not hypertext is "growing up" as a scientific discipline; They will discuss characteristics that separate hypertext research from other related disciplines  ...  large knowledge bases, accommodating multiple users, and distributing single logical hypertexts across multiple physical sites.  ...  Node and Link Types The hypertext database and the hyperconcept database each can have different node and link typs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/96749.98237 dblp:conf/sigir/FrisseABHW90 fatcat:fbusjjmbfzhljdphbbetnmnk6y

Automatic link generation

Ross Wilkinson, Alan F. Smeaton
1999 ACM Computing Surveys  
To automatically generate links, we need to first consider what types of relationships are useful. We can __________________________ Permission to make digital  ...  In the first two cases, we search, as in information retrieval, while in the latter we navigate, as in hypertext and thus these two areas of hypertext and information retrieval are tightly related [Agosti  ...  To automatically generate links, we need to first consider what types of relationships are useful.  ... 
doi:10.1145/345966.346024 fatcat:6sjwpu2en5blpjlrxriatnjaqu

Automatic construction of hypertexts for self-referencing: the Hyper-TextBook project

Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
2003 Information Systems  
The aim of the project was to design, develop and test a methodology and a tool for the fully automatic authoring of hypertexts from full-text documents.  ...  The target documents were textbooks because of their specific characteristics and usage, and the project aimed at automatically creating hypertextual versions of textbooks, i.e. hyper-textbooks.  ...  Nevertheless, in a hypertext with a large number of links the user can be aided in the browsing by providing more information about links, such as, for example, information about link types.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4379(02)00082-0 fatcat:bm6fvzj4sjh33b63dg4szkrxvu

Design and implementation of a tool for the automatic construction of hypertexts for information retrieval

Maristella Agosti, Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
1996 Information Processing & Management  
Using this model it is possible to navigate among documents, index terms, and concepts using automatically determined links.  ...  The paper describes the design and implementation of TACHIR, a tool for the automatic construction of hypertexts for Information Retrieval.  ...  information about the link type.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0306-4573(95)00075-5 fatcat:thavchb64bee3aa3a64x7jpnlq

HDM---a model-based approach to hypertext application design

Franca Garzotto, Paolo Paolini, Daniel Schwabe
1993 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
For the time being, these tools perform the following operations: -automatic suggestion of application links (out of link type descriptions in the schema); -automatic derivation of some  ...  nodes of the different types have been automatically generated, and 80% of the link instances have been derived.  ... 
doi:10.1145/151480.151483 fatcat:nt2rq2rhfvfw3esybtoswqupb4

Might a semantic lexicon support hypertextual authoring?

Roberto Basili, Fabrizio Grisoli, Maria Teresa Pazienza
1994 Proceedings of the fourth conference on Applied natural language processing -  
A different approach, based on NLP methodologies, aiming at automatizing the development of an hypertext, is hereafter proposed.  ...  An off-line activation of useful links has been defined according to explicit user specifications.  ...  Main actors in hypertext systems are the author and the user: the author organizes the overall hypertextual structure defining the number and type of links between documents, thus imposing a particular  ... 
doi:10.3115/974358.974397 dblp:conf/anlp/BasiliGP94 fatcat:sqxy3fvwgza63axaueisxehnpq

A case study of automatic authoring: From a textbook to a hyper-textbook

Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
1998 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
This paper presents a case-study of automatic construction of a hypertext from a large full-text document.  ...  The document we used as input of the automatic authoring process is a well-known textbook of Information Retrieval IR.  ...  Nevertheless, in a hypertext with a large numberof links the user can behelped in the browsing by providing more information about links, such as for example information about the link types.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-023x(97)00043-8 fatcat:gcmhabepqrauda5nf3rwgnyzaa

CoVer

Anja Haake
1992 Proceedings of the ACM conference on Hypertext - ECHT '92  
Key problems of version support for hypertext systems arise from the fine-grained, heavily interlinked structure of hyperdocuments.  ...  These tasks can guide meaningful, automatic version creation. Being stored persistently as contextual version information they serve version identification.  ...  SEPIA'S basic hypertext objects are typed atomic nodes, typed composite nodes, and typed labelled links.  ... 
doi:10.1145/168466.168488 dblp:conf/echt/Haake92 fatcat:4g33ux7pjbc6hihqqc4ue3ykxa

OFAHIR: "on-the-fly" automatic authoring of hypertexts for information retrieval [chapter]

M. Agosti, L. Benfante, M. Melucci
1998 Data Mining and Reverse Engineering  
This is the model for a system that enables the user to access a collection of information objects by integrating the processes of querying and browsing; the managed objects are linked making use of semantic  ...  The OFAHIR methodology generates an automatically authored hypertext which is built making use of the types of links that have been described in Section 4.  ...  To support browsing, four types of link have been identified. These types are presented in the following.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35300-5_12 fatcat:dsutst4amfgi5leeu7kc5os6be
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