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Page 356 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 21, Issue 2 [page]

1989 Behavior Research Methods  
Hewett 316 The Drexel Disk: Hypertext-Based Instructional Software as a Tool for the Exploration of a Constrained Knowledge Space Susan H; Gray & Dennis Shasha 326 To Link or Not To Link?  ...  (Continued from inside back cover) SESSION XI Technical and Methodological Developments Heather J. Barnes, Jonathan Vaughan, 2SS Matthew J. Jorgensen, & David A.  ... 

MacPublications Review

Darcy Meeker
1988 Journal of Applied Communications  
As a sample, the January 1988 issue contained major articles on QuickKeys, hypertext "Guide," two expert systems, doing PostScript special effects, and using Hyper-Card.  ...  A + has since dropped its Macintosh coverage. ("Mac" precedes the name of nearly everything in the Macintosh world.)  ... 
doi:10.4148/1051-0834.1555 fatcat:sl2nklxofrh4dleekb6vxqre6u

Page 574 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 30, Issue 4 [page]

1998 Behavior Research Methods  
These elements, called hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) ob¬ jects, may represent a page definition document or an in¬ line page element such as an image or a frame.  ...  Many applica¬ tions contain additional commands available to the user either through AppleScript or a scripting element inside the program itself.  ... 

Courseware Reviews

John Huy
1993 IALLT Journal of Language Learning Technologies  
A vailable only for the Macintosh.  ...  Storyspace was developed strictly as a hypertext writing tool for interlinking texts and creating "webs" of ideas.  ... 
doi:10.17161/iallt.v26i2.9506 fatcat:rot4enw2vnbelngtpl6ur4ls4a

Design environments for constructive and argumentative design

G. Fischer, R. McCall, A. Morch
1989 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Wings for the mind - CHI '89  
VIEWPOINTS is a hypertext system based on the IBIS design methodology and contains useful information about the principles of kitchen design.  ...  We are especially grateful to Sarah Reep and Maggie Boling who as professional kitchen deSigners have taken time to collaborate with us. The research was supported in part by Grant No.  ...  CRACK and VIEWPOINTS currently suffer from being in separate environments (SYMBOLICS and MACINTOSH).  ... 
doi:10.1145/67449.67501 dblp:conf/chi/FischerMM89 fatcat:6vgyoctatrhknbefpigga76tci

Design environments for constructive and argumentative design

G. Fischer, R. McCall, A. Morch
1989 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin  
VIEWPOINTS is a hypertext system based on the IBIS design methodology and contains useful information about the principles of kitchen design.  ...  We are especially grateful to Sarah Reep and Maggie Boling who as professional kitchen deSigners have taken time to collaborate with us. The research was supported in part by Grant No.  ...  CRACK and VIEWPOINTS currently suffer from being in separate environments (SYMBOLICS and MACINTOSH).  ... 
doi:10.1145/67450.67501 fatcat:aiekzm3ygjca5ew2s6vtzwedq4

Archimedes: Analysis of a HyperCard Reference Tool (Research Note)

J. S. Ottaviani
1995 College and Research Libraries  
Archimedes works as a reference alternative for library users when a librarian is unavailable.  ...  HyperCard provides a programming (scripting) environment that bypasses the complexities of coding the Macintosh user interface.  ...  Even in a simple hypertext system such as Archimedes, the user has a large number of possible paths.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_56_02_171 fatcat:avsquv44vzdrjikdwbmqb3vw6e

Page 683 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

1994 Computational Linguistics  
Hardbound, ISBN 0-226-46883-6, $22.50; hypertext (“expanded book”) edition on two 1.4 Mb floppy disks for Macintosh (requires 2Mb RAM and HyperCard Player 2.1 or later), ISBN 0-226-46884-4, $19.95 Other  ...  Hardbound, ISBN 0-8058-1388-8, $59.95 Inside Case-Based Explanation Roger C. Schank, Alex Kass, and Christopher K. Riesbeck (editors)  ... 

Storyspace as a hypertext system for writers and readers of varying ability

Michael Joyce
1991 Proceedings of the third annual ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '91  
Storyspace [Storyspace 91], a powerful general purpose hypertext system, is designed to function as a writing environment for developmental, experienced and professional writers alike.  ...  Even so, contemporary compositional, rhetorical and literary theory as well as pedagogical practice provide some consistency regarding design requirements and constraints across domains within the writing  ...  Eventually, the writer will want the freedom to create hypertext with a more complicated structure of links. She will want to make the electronic equivalent of an index as well as the footnote.  ... 
doi:10.1145/122974.125110 dblp:conf/ht/Joyce91 fatcat:g3ydxeksajh7znfpeiy32shqgu

Guide to the Internet: The world wide web

M. Pallen
1995 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Firstly, you can simply click on a hypertext link on a web page. In this case, the URL is buried inside the link and is invisible to you, the user.  ...  The term "hypertext" was coined by Ted Nelson in the 1960s, although the concept was probably first proposed by Vannevar Bush in the 1940s.2 The hypertext idea was later incorporated into the Macintosh  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.311.7019.1552 pmid:8520402 pmcid:PMC2548211 fatcat:ywyvqxbu5ngabhyb6gdznc74xi

The microcosm link service and its application to the World Wide Web

L. Carr, W. Hall, H. Davis, R. Hollom
1994 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
The links, authored for a particular purpose, are fixed inside the document content and fixed to specific destinations.  ...  In contrast WWW addresses the issue of hypertext in a global context-not just a single text or group of intimately related texts, but hypertext as a universal literature resource.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(94)90146-5 fatcat:etcab24of5c3hnewlcu2ewl3q4

Page 45 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 9 [page]

1992 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
as Microsoft Word or Pagemaker.  ...  Reviews Knowledge Pro Windows, an object oriented programming language including expert systems, hypertext features and supporting multimedia.  ... 

Designing to Facilitate Browsing: A Look Back at the Hyperties Workstation Browser

Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant, Rodrigo Botafogo, Don Hopkins, William Weiland
1991 Hypermedia  
that this feature should appear as a regular part of hypertext systems.  ...  Suppose the user has a Macintosh with two floppy drives, then the variables .macintosh and .dual_floppy would be set to true while the other variables would be set to false.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09558543.1991.12031193 fatcat:f4rjg6x7bfelxorgi3tqssazya

Analyse und Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Hypermedia-Systemen

Anita Mesch
1994 BIBLIOTHEK Forschung und Praxis  
Fundamentals of hyper-document design, the inclusion of non-textual Information units äs well äs the working of object-oriented script languages are thoroughly explained.  ...  Apres une introduction de la conception hypermedia l'auteur compare plusieurs systemes pour Macintosh etpour IBM-PC en ce qui concerne leurs fonctions.  ...  Hypermedia-Software für Macintosh- Anwender 3.1.1 HyperCard Literatur und in Voraussicht auf die kommende Informationsflut beschrieb er 1945 in seinem Artikel "As we may think" ein System namens MEMEX,  ... 
doi:10.1515/bfup.1994.18.2.161 fatcat:7qt6eo52xvdzxl3zcnftmc3an4

Readers' models of text structures: the case of academic articles

Andrew Dillon
1991 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
Hypertext is often described as a liberating technology, freeing readers and authors from the constraints of "linear" paper document formats.  ...  Implications for hypertext document design are discussed. Running title: Readers' models of text structures  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the British Library Research and Development Dept. as part of Project Quartet.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(05)80168-3 fatcat:to6qrjflabd73e7yow25xhogqi
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