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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.  ...  For selection of online databases a hypertext containing database description units is built automatically and the units are linked together with the help of statistical processes based on the vector space  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(96)00065-9 fatcat:keknwl5bkbbq3assgjisxlcw3q

On the power of domain-specific hypertext environments

Walt Scacchi
1989 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
What is the potential power of hypertext technology? This article examines this question and outlines the answer by focussing attention to a domaim-specific view of hypertext environments.  ...  I first define what domain-specific hypertext environments (DSHE) represent.  ...  Static links denote a simple logical relation between linked software descriptions, whereas operational links imply some standard or user-defined computational processing when linked items are visited  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(198905)40:3<183::aid-asi9>3.0.co;2-x fatcat:iafmb5nfqnhj7cuhweueqk2ynq

Specifying process-oriented hypertext for organizational computing

John Noll, Walt Scacchi
2001 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
In this paper, we present a language for describing process-oriented hypertexts. A process-oriented hypertext links information, tools, and activities into a seamless organizational web.  ...  PML includes features that allow the modeler to specify how the process activities should be dynamically linked to information and resource nodes at the time the process is performed.  ...  Numerous ONR personnel contributed to this research through their enthusiastic participation in our process analysis activities.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jnca.2000.0122 fatcat:ugfhfl4bkrbvdmcqwa265u4u24

Applying of Hypertext to Promote EFL Students' Reading Comprehension

Tatu Munawaroh
2019 Journal of English Education Studies  
This study showed applying of hypertext in teaching and learning process was successful.  ...  The objective of this study is to find out the implementation of hypertext and to what extent the use of hypertext can improve students' reading comprehension.  ...  For example, each component of a schematic diagram may be a link to a more detailed schematic of that component or to a text description. Links can produce a variety of different results.  ... 
doi:10.30653/005.201922.46 fatcat:qclkll23enbgjefxhehlamubm4

On designing intelligent hypertext systems for information management in software engineering

Pankaj K. Garg, Walt Scacchi
1987 Proceeding of the ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '87  
Such a system might then be able to act as an active participant in the software process, rather than being just a passive, albeit useful stoTage facility.  ...  Hypertext systems are best suited for this purpose because of the diversity in information types that is permitted in the nodes of a hypertext.  ...  AGENT-TASK-PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE OF THE SOFTWARE PROCESS DIF is a passive software hypertext system in that it waits for users to enter software descriptions into its network of linked nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/317426.317455 dblp:conf/ht/GargS87 fatcat:lj22crzwdjggpj5yehteiixg54

A method of automatic hypertext construction from an encyclopedic dictionary of a specific field

Sadao Kurohashi, Makoto Nagao, Satoshi Sato, Masahiko Murakami
1992 Proceedings of the third conference on Applied natural language processing -  
Some links which are set by automatic process are not proper, but there are many links which were not set up by human by his or her carelessness.  ...  Hypertext is a typical system to answer this problem, whose primary objective is to establish flexible associative links between relevant text parts and to allow users to select and trace links to see  ... 
doi:10.3115/974499.974546 dblp:conf/anlp/KurohashiNSM92 fatcat:qz6u4utyuzb3lp6okv6sjtqdmu

Design and maintenance of data-intensive web sites [chapter]

Paolo Atzeni, Giansalvatore Mecca, Paolo Merialdo
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We see the process of designing the site as the result of two i n tertwined activities: the database design and the hypertext design.  ...  A new logical data model, called adm, is used to describe the structure of a Web hypertext.  ...  Note that the link anchor corresponds to the descriptive k ey of the target macroentity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0101001 fatcat:udj232edhzb43g6skk4jmcatrm

Stalking the paratext

Francisco J. Ricardo
1998 Proceedings of the ninth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia : links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems - HYPERTEXT '98  
In the popular conception of hypertext as nonlinear writing, primary emphasis typically falls on the construction, character, and quantity of constituent lexias that comprise any given hypertext.  ...  This paper, however, will focus on what the text would reveal if an ordered collection were made of the links emerging from the main (first order) text.  ...  We could repeat this process of injecting each link relation from the hypertext into its corresponding category into this conceptual topography.  ... 
doi:10.1145/276627.276643 dblp:conf/ht/Ricardo98 fatcat:nbhy2ddcczhhjecqdymivpjeeq

Hypertext development using a model-based approach

Daniel Schwabe, Andrea Caloini, Franca Garzotto, Paolo Paolini
1992 Software, Practice & Experience  
Note that a single hypertext might be published in several editions, each using a different hypertext system. † This last statement is perhaps less obvious for span-to-span links, which appear to connect  ...  We use the term hypertext system for software tools used to create a hypertext. Notecards, KMS, Intermedia, Hypergate, Guide are examples of hypertext systems.  ...  After this stage the original hypertext has been transformed into an equivalent one where all links that were left unexpressed in the original HDM description have been explicated.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.4380221103 fatcat:5mtghn3rzjdrpjvkqor74kz5ga

ConSearch: Using Hypertext Contexts as Web Search Boundaries [chapter]

Zhanzi Qiu, Matthias Hemmje, Erich J. Neuhold
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It also proposes several issues to be addressed in making the schema applicable and presents a prototype system that addresses these issues and supports hypertext context-based search.  ...  This paper describes a schema for searching on the Web by making use of hypertext contexts that can be represented with new Web standards as search boundaries and argues that this would help to provide  ...  which can be extracted from RDF property types, sourceURI, aboutURI, roles of external links, names of the link elements that contain the context, and special descriptive information about the context  ... 
doi:10.1007/10722620_4 fatcat:i2u2rsa3efaghkimzyfig4xfsu

Content Maps Help Low Spatial Capacity Users Memorize Link Structures in Hypertext

Zsofia Vöros, Jean-Francois Rouet, Csaba Pleh
2009 Ergonomics Open Journal  
Young adult participants were asked to read each hypertext with the purpose of learning the contents and structure. Then, they had to recall the layout of nodes and links.  ...  Memory for links varied as a function of spatial memory and the presence or absence of a map.  ...  Hypertext researchers have investigated the cognitive processes that underlie hypertext navigation and learning.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875934300902010088 fatcat:dbw2oxzkhbcehosybgl2i5zgl4

Hypertext design environments and the hypertext design process

Jocelyne Nanard, Marc Nanard
1995 Communications of the ACM  
A hypertext design environment can support both formal hypermedia design techniques and the actual design process successfully.  ...  Both refer to organized sets of information linked by semantic relationships, and therefore are indistinguishable in this article. 2 MacWeb [14, 15] is a knowledge-based hypertext system developed at LIRMM  ...  Key Features for the Design Process A hypertext is not only a network of nodes and links-it is a structured object.  ... 
doi:10.1145/208344.208347 fatcat:utn6zg4qtvhh7ixz46ik3flci4

Dynamic hypertext catalogues

Maria Milosavljevic, Jon Oberlander
1998 Proceedings of the ninth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia : links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems - HYPERTEXT '98  
First, documents can be tailored more precisely to an individual's needs and background, thus aiding the search process.  ...  We demonstrate that natural language generation techniques can be used to produce tailored hypertext documents, and we focus on two key benefits of the resulting DYNAMIC HYPERTEXT.  ...  Comparison is an important part of the description process, as well as an effective tool for introducing new concepts or entities to a reader.  ... 
doi:10.1145/276627.276641 dblp:conf/ht/MilsavljevicO98 fatcat:rcusqlr6zfatrazw75kiacrloi

Exploring representation problems using hypertext

Catherine C. Marshall
1987 Proceeding of the ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '87  
Hypertext is a technology well-suited to exploring different kinds of representational problems.  ...  language or a database description language.  ...  Hypertext systems provide tools to view and manipulate structure as well as content, thus supporting the move from textual descriptions to emergent forms and abstract structures.  ... 
doi:10.1145/317426.317445 dblp:conf/ht/Marshall87 fatcat:psqbn7k46rd3lfswfqqhnl3y5q

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  
Given a description of a system repository data model using CMF, as well as a specification of the mapping between the domain specific roles (link, version history, etc.) and the entity definitions, Bamboo  ...  can generate an open hypertext repository that matches the specification.  ...  Generator Inputs To generate a hypertext system repository, Bamboo needs at least four inputs: containment model description, repository data type description, template files, and hypertext mapping overlay  ... 
doi:10.1145/1012807.1012861 dblp:conf/ht/WhiteheadGP04 fatcat:l4cfqeppurgi7dxsiv75fcmumy
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