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The use of cluster hierarchies in hypertext information retrieval

D. B. Crouch, C. J. Crouch, G. Andreas
1989 Proceedings of the second annual ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '89  
We provide an overview of an interactive browser based on cluster hierarchies. Initial results obtained from the use of the browser in an experimental hypertext retrieval system are presented.  ...  The graph-truversul approach to hypertext information retrieval is a conceptualization of hypertext in which the structural aspects of the nodes are emphasized.  ...  We then describe a prototype of a hypertext retrieval system utilizing the cluster hierarchy and present the initial results of an experiment comparing retrieval performance of the hypertext system with  ... 
doi:10.1145/74224.74243 dblp:conf/ht/CrouchCA89 fatcat:bpncud7utjh3hnlah3y2zisglu

Page 38 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 2 [page]

1993 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
In many hypertext systems authors are encouraged to create hierarchical structures, but when writing, the hierarchy is lost because of the inclusion of cross-reference links.  ...  Looks at ways of recovering lost hierarchies and finding new ones, offering authors different views of the same hypertext. Identifies properties of the hypertext document.  ... 

Page 44 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 7 [page]

1993 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
(SE) 9304573 Retrieval hierarchies in hypertext. R. Rada, W. Sang and A. Birchall. Information Processing & Management, 29 (3) May/Jun 93, p.359-71.  ...  Part of a special issue on hypertext and information retrieval. the links in a hypertext database distinguish it from a typical document database as in information retrieval applications.  ... 

Conceptual structures and structured documents [chapter]

Philippe Martin, Laurence Alpay
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Then, we give several ways to exploit these associations, using both Thot and CoGITo, 1) for organizing and retrieving knowledge and/or information, and 2) for combining searches by navigation on hypertext  ...  In structured documents, document elements (DEs) are typed and can be organized by structural or hypertext links. They can also be shared (included) by other DEs.  ...  We have derived these three aspects from the three distinctions classically used in linguistic or knowledge representation: a) symbol or sign, b) concept or idea or intension, c) referred object or extension  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61534-2_9 fatcat:iqmkjubwcrhjdfunbkoxlzxlsm

Macro-Operations for Hypertext Construction [chapter]

Rainer Hammwöhner
1990 Designing Hypermedia for Learning  
In the first section of the paper a text linguistic approach to hypertext construction is introduced and related to the state of the art in information retrieval technology.  ...  information retrieval gives Belkin/Croft 87. 3 The role of AI methods in information retrieval is outlined by Smith 87.  ...  Additionally hypertext systems offer string oriented retrieval functions 5 , hierarchies of organizational text units like the tocs of Trigg's textnet (Trigg/Weiser 86) or predefined paths (textnet)  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-75945-1_5 fatcat:yditvafnh5df3hyjqlexzqoy24

Capacity Bound-free Web Warehouse

Yahiko Kambayashi, Kai Cheng
2003 Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research  
Actually in web cache systems, we can use disks and tertiary storages since access time of disks (or even online tapes) is still shorter than time required for retrieving web pages from origin severs.  ...  Priority of newly retrieved documents is determined by computing their similarities to the documents with known priorities.  ...  Acknowledgment This work is supported in part by JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) and CREST of JST (Japan Science and Technology Corporation). The authors would like to thank Dr.  ... 
dblp:conf/cidr/KambayashiC03 fatcat:7lebb3xnfzg3pnqywiczxkavu4

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

Maristella Agosti, Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
1997 Information Processing & Management  
The rst part of the paper brie y introduces what automatic authoring of a hypertext for information retrieval means.  ...  The second part of the paper presents a survey of some of attempts toward the automatic construction of hypertexts for information retrieval.  ...  Acknowledgments We w ould like to thank all the people that helped us, and in particular James Allan, who gave u s m a n y v aluable suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(96)00058-1 fatcat:tzlokuc6gbdqlduezy4ik4eehq


Ron Weiss, Bienvenido Vélez, Mark A. Sheldon
1996 Proceedings of the the seventh ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '96  
HyPursuit is a new hierarchical network search engine that clusters hypertext documents to structure  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of others in the original writing and formatting of this document.  ...  Neither approach uses term information or implements any information retrieval service exploiting hypertext clustering. [12] combines terms and hyperlinks to rank nodes that match a query in a hypertext  ... 
doi:10.1145/234828.234846 dblp:conf/ht/WeissVSNSDG96 fatcat:htv7mcckpnf3taauhzhev2f24u

The architecture of static hypertexts

Tim Oren
1987 Proceeding of the ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '87  
I begin by considering implementation issues for hypertext on CD-ROM and surveying currently available products.  ...  This paper 's purpose is to describe how the hypertext technique can make CD-ROM (and other static storage media) a more comfortable environment for human use.  ...  Limited experience shows that multiple hierarchies do occur in constructed hypertexts[Mont86b].  ... 
doi:10.1145/317426.317447 dblp:conf/ht/Oren87 fatcat:anexyeijwjgj5fcum4brug4wm4

Semantic control of open hypertext systems by typed objects

Rainer Hammwöhner, Rainer Kuhlen
1994 Journal of information science  
These hypertexts, to which heterogeneous users have access, grow steadily in size.  ...  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.  ...  The structure hierarchy is a landmark in hypertext navigation; it must not be modified temporarily.  ... 
doi:10.1177/016555159402000303 fatcat:4mlkd6jcu5hkzjisgdn6nxqcne

JANUS: integrating hypertext with a knowledge-based design environment

G. Fischer, R. McCall, A. Morch
1989 Proceedings of the second annual ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '89  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank our colleagues and students who have helped us critically evaluate the usefulness of the systems described in this paper.  ...  The research was supported in part by Grant No. MDA903-86-C0143 from the Army Research Institute and by grants from NYNEX Corporation and Software Research Associates (SRA).  ...  FIGURE 2 . 2 A Hierarchy of issues with subissues. This hierarchy was created with the MIKROPLIS hypertext system.The numbering of issues is by the order in which they were proposed.  ... 
doi:10.1145/74224.74233 dblp:conf/ht/FischerMM89 fatcat:azcxw26pkrgdbbvemyfzddu7wq

A hypertext writing environment and its cognitive basis (panel session)

John B. Smith, Stephen F. Weiss, Gordon J. Ferguson
1987 Proceeding of the ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '87  
It concludes by re-examining some of the issues raised by the cognitive model in light of WE, especially the role of constraints in hypertext systems.  ...  WE is a hypertext writing environment that can be used to create both electronic and printed documents.  ...  Hypertext documents are normally meant to be written, stored, retrieved, and read within a computing environment. Thus, they spend their entire life on-line rather than on paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/317426.317442 dblp:conf/ht/SmithWF87 fatcat:cjuquu2mnvflnmly4n5enn6bay

Information retrieval using a hypertext-based help system

F. R. Campagnoni, K. Erlich
1989 SIGIR Forum  
In addition, the results demonstrate the importance of spatial visualization ability for efficient navigation and information retrieval in a hierarchical hypertext system.  ...  hierarchy less often than those with poorer spatial visualization ability.  ...  in a hypertext system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/75335.75357 fatcat:s7j2fq45mrb4da746rbt55wez4

Indexing hypertext documents in context

Guy A. Boy
1991 Proceedings of the third annual ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '91  
In this paper, we present the architecture for CID (Computer Integrated Documentation), a system that enables integration of various technical documents in a hypertext framework and includes an intelligent  ...  To generate intelligent indexing that allows context-sensitive information retrieval, a system must be able to acquire knowledge directly through interaction with users.  ...  [Crou89] have used cluster hierarchies to help navigate in hypertext structure.  ... 
doi:10.1145/122974.122980 dblp:conf/ht/Boy91 fatcat:ulepovyy7vgldax6a3mu6beftq

Page 37 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 6, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Electronic Publishing  
Andreas, ‘The use of cluster hierarchies in hypertext  ...  Turtle, ‘A retrieval model incorporating hypertext links’, in Proceedings of the Hypertext ’89 Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 213-224, (November, 1989). D. B. Crouch, C. J. Crouch, and G.  ... 
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