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A generic dynamic-mapping wrapper for open hypertext system support of analytical applications

Chao-Min Chiu, Michael Bieber
1997 Proceedings of the eighth ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '97  
We propose a standard, generic open hypertext system (OHS) wrapper for back-end or storage-level components that dynamically generate their contents (e.g., the analytical applications).  ...  Hypertext should augment everyday analytical applications with supplemental navigation, structuring and annotative features.  ...  We propose a standard, generic open hypertext system (OHS) wrapper for back-end or storage-level components (DMISS) that dynamically generate their contents.  ... 
doi:10.1145/267437.267465 dblp:conf/ht/ChiuB97 fatcat:zk67dnx3yrabvbahh2v54ihyci

Page 460 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 117, Issue CO3 [page]

1991 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Discussion open until February 1, 1992. To extend the closing date one month, a written request must be filed with the ASCE Manager of Journals.  ...  Potentially, hypertext data bases can provide con- struction engineers with improved access to information about construction.  ... 

Page 5 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 7, Issue 1 [page]

1994 Electronic Publishing  
AN ARCHITECTURE FOR OPEN DISTRIBUTED HYPERTEXT ‘foreign’ applications with a server interface which is communicating with the hypertext system.  ...  of the feasibility and merits of open distributed hypertext.  ... 

After hypertext: Other ideas

Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Amy C. Kimme Hea
2003 Computers and Composition  
To assist in creating a more open, constructive vision of hypertext, we gather three differing but connected tropes for hypertext from this history: hypertext as kinship, hypertext as battlefield, and  ...  hypertext as rhizome.  ...  She has recently published on the relationship of academic and corporate web development and use in Working with Words and Images: New Steps in an Old Dance (2002) and "Rearticulating E-dentities in the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2003.08.014 fatcat:fry77bi665cvfcn4b66tesmpnq

Building application dependent hypertexts

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

Spatial hypertext: an alternative to navigational and semantic links

Frank M. Shipman, Catherine C. Marshall
1999 ACM Computing Surveys  
for hypertext information; challenging the open-hypermedia research community with a different model of hypertext; and motivating work on Web workspaces.  ...  The use of these map-based hypertext systems to author new information spaces uncovered an interesting phenomenon.  ... 
doi:10.1145/345966.346001 fatcat:z3aqcjxtmzf75nyuwet2biscse

Discussions at the data border: from generalised hypertext to structural computing

David E. Millard
2003 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
The Fundamental Open Hypermedia Model (FOHM) is an alternative approach to Generalised Hypertext that views the various Hypertext domains as continuous rather than discrete.  ...  Structural Computing grew from the trend in hypertext research towards generalised systems, it asserts the primacy of structure over data.  ...  I would also like to thank the reviewers for their helpful and constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1084-8045(02)00063-2 fatcat:mqzuy3q6jnfkfagktysnm5cybm

Processing Text on the Web: The Construction of Mental Representations

Anja B. Naumann
2009 Ergonomics Open Journal  
It is assumed that hypertext readers construct a content representation for the comprehension of the hypertext and a text structure representation for navigation within the hypertext.  ...  The results of this experimental study show that disadvantages of hypertext concerning orientation problems can be compensated with the aid of a graphical overview which is usable for navigation.  ...  If hypertext systems do not meet the users' expectations or the readers' situation models, it is difficult for users to construct a mental representation of the hypertext system, especially when cognitive  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875934300902010058 fatcat:kzb56hodivbwnm7ojhcqb6gqdm

Hypertext functionality

Michael Bieber, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, V. Balasubramanian
1999 ACM Computing Surveys  
The HTF approach encourages system developers to think actively about an application's interrelationships, and whether users should access and navigate along these relationships directly.  ...  The Hypertext Functionality field studies techniques for and the impact of supplementing everyday computer applications with hypertext (or hypermedia) functionality (HTF).  ...  With HTF, the emphasis is on providing hypertext support for non-hypertext systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/345966.346032 fatcat:hrwqo3yhwjg5jipwbc5tcr6eoa

For an archeology of online participatory literary writing: Hypertext and hyperfiction

Francesca Pasquali
2014 CM - casopis za upravljanje komuniciranjem  
of postmodern literature and the literary avant-gardes on hypertext fiction, the article will thus investigate both the construction of hypertext as a participatory "cultural object" -in Wendy Griswold's  ...  Invented in the sixties by social informatics visionary Ted Nelson, the word "hypertext" gained academic attention in the humanities in the early nineties with the works (among others) of George P.  ...  ): a universal publication system (inspired by literary intertextuality) based on computer networks and on digital text with an associative architecture (Nelson, 1990) .  ... 
doi:10.5937/comman1430045p fatcat:7p4vegcrubg55kt4qfiwgp3scy

Using Hypertext Composites in Structured Query and Search [chapter]

Zhanzi Qiu, Matthias Hemmje, Erich J. Neuhold
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes a part of our effort to answer the open question how to use the structural and semantic information that is representable with the new Web standards efficiently for searching the Internet  ...  This paper presents this idea and describes a prototype system that implements the idea.  ...  Especially, it is an open question how to use the structural and semantic information that is representable with the new Web standards efficiently for searching the Internet and filtering and retrieving  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44700-8_31 fatcat:ruygqtv2ezhixdhkblsunjmb4m

Relationships among structural computing and other fields

Peter J. Nürnberg, Monica M.C. Schraefel
2003 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
Third, we point to natural academic allies of the structural computing field-people and ideas who can inform our work, and with whom we may be able to share our ideas. q (M.M.C. Schraefel).  ...  Inter-system interoperability has an established history in the hypertext field.  ...  An excellent example of this is the Open Hypermedia Protocol (OHP) work (Reich et al., 1999) , carried out by the Open Hypermedia Systems Working Group.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1084-8045(02)00057-7 fatcat:6m2c2uuihjgkbejbyy5rmlllbi

Semantic control of open hypertext systems by typed objects

Rainer Hammwöhner, Rainer Kuhlen
1994 Journal of information science  
The C(K)onstance Hypertext System (KHS) is an elaborated example of an open hypertext System.  ...  Open hypertext Systems combine heterogeneous resources and different hypertext applications such as e-mail, text and image hypertexts with access to online databases or other information resources.  ...  Open hypertext -a major issue for hypertext research The concept of an open hypertext system [2, 7] is of central importance in the overlapping fields of Information Science and hypertext.  ... 
doi:10.1177/016555159402000303 fatcat:4mlkd6jcu5hkzjisgdn6nxqcne

GHMI: a general hypertext data model supporting integration of hypertext and information systems

Jiangling Wan, M. Bieber
1996 Proceedings of HICSS-29: 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Although systems supporting integration of hypertext and display-oriented information systems do exist, no model or system effectively supports integrating hypertext and computation-oriented information  ...  We present a general hypertext data model supporting the integration (GHMI) of hypertext and information systems.  ...  By contrast, in an integrated system, readily-available hypertext functionalities can be added to the user's CUIrent information systems with slight cooperative adjustment [16] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.1996.495379 dblp:conf/hicss/WanB96 fatcat:hxoobxsbqfbotk6jcnlhkmjuri

On Importance of the Hypertext Use in Maritime English Teaching

Z. Bezhanovi, L. Khardina, K. Zarbazoia
2015 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
As an example of essential advantage of the hypertext technologies use in Maritime English teaching, we'd like to present a comparison of analog text "A Cargo Ship Construction" with six integrated screenshots  ...  Hypertext is a well organized text-looking iceberg of necessary information presented on any electronic device with links to other related blocks of information (texts, glossaries, pictures, audio and  ...  As an example of essential advantage of the hypertext technologies use in Maritime English teaching, we'd like to present a comparison of analog text "A Cargo Ship Construction" with six integrated screenshots  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.09.03.01 fatcat:ngdsjn7mirdu3g22u25x6a345e
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