Filters








6 Hits in 3.0 sec

NoteCards in the age of the web

Catherine C. Marshall
2001 ACM Journal of Computer Documentation  
Frank Halasz's "Reflections on NoteCards: Seven Issues for the Next Generation of Hypermedia Systems" was a remarkably prescient analysis that continues to influence the international hypertext research  ...  Meanwhile, the Web has offered a basic reality check on the seven issues and has given us, as a community, an opportunity to learn from many and diverse hypertext practitioners.  ...  What I attempt to do here is to bounce critical parts of the seven issues off the characteristics of the Web and our observations of 'the Web in use.  ... 
doi:10.1145/507317.507325 fatcat:pihbihl7onhuxjzg255x4buhqe

Halasz's "seven issues" in context

Richard Furuta
2001 ACM Journal of Computer Documentation  
Frank Halasz's "Seven issues" paper first received widespread distribution in the July 1988 Communications of the ACM.  ...  In this retrospective, I discuss the role of this paper in supporting and encouraging the broadening of the interests of the research community and its relevance in today's World-Wide-Web-centered milieu  ...  Perhaps the retrospecfives collected in this issue will entice Frank to revisit again the issues reformulated in his "Revisited" talk.  ... 
doi:10.1145/507317.507324 fatcat:mkqwf3ys75bctpkimpfiofacj4

Which semantic web?

Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman
2003 Proceedings of the fourteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '03  
The Semantic Web is portrayed as: (1) a universal library, to be readily accessed and used by humans in a variety of information use contexts; (2) the backdrop for the work of computational agents completing  ...  These expectations can be traced to three different perspectives on the Semantic Web.  ...  This perspective is similar to Bieber and Kacmar's efforts to add computation to hypertext [6] , and Halasz's exhortation to this effect in his influential Seven Issues paper [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/900051.900063 dblp:conf/ht/MarshallS03 fatcat:3mqh3vnohrfttke4ozoqbe2t5a

Which semantic web?

Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman
2003 Proceedings of the fourteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '03  
The Semantic Web is portrayed as: (1) a universal library, to be readily accessed and used by humans in a variety of information use contexts; (2) the backdrop for the work of computational agents completing  ...  These expectations can be traced to three different perspectives on the Semantic Web.  ...  This perspective is similar to Bieber and Kacmar's efforts to add computation to hypertext [6] , and Halasz's exhortation to this effect in his influential Seven Issues paper [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/900062.900063 fatcat:4ytf6h36evcc7gy2krp5uhlkte

Context-aware hypermedia in a dynamically-changing environment, supported by a high-level Petri net

Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta
2000 Proceedings of the eleventh ACM on Hypertext and hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '00  
To show the usability of caT, we introduce several of its prototype applications that represent various documents such as customized Web documents, formal specifications of software requirements, and cooperative  ...  Afterward, the iv reader, who does not necessarily need to know the model, can browse the dynamic documents using various browsers, including Web browsers.  ...  The specification of the example consists of seven subnets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/336296.336376 dblp:conf/ht/NaF00 fatcat:lyxoaernzneelacgfoaiqjwt74

Communications Project of Designing with Multimedia Interactive Tools

Elena Mortola, Jelena Petric, Txatxo Sabater, Bojan Baletic
1995 Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe)   unpublished
It is hard to evaluate the social weight of hypertexts and hypermedia in the field of social participation to the decision making.  ...  It is possible to use integrated applications with a limited knowledge of algorithms and programming languages. That allows the not specialized users to use specialized multimedia tools.  ...  Frank Halasz had originally identified seven issues for next generation hypermedia systems (Halasz, 1988) .  ... 
doi:10.52842/conf.ecaade.1995.361 fatcat:gren64hjmzarxe3kjutf6nj5my