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A two-level hypertext retrieval model for legal data

Maristella Agosti, Roberto Colotti, Girolamo Gradenigo
1991 Proceedings of the 14th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '91  
EXPLICIT is basedon a two-level architecture which holds the two main parts of the informative resource managed by an information retrieval tool: the collection of documents and the indexing term structure  ...  This paper introduces an associative information retrieval model based on the two-level architecture proposed in [Agosti et al, 1989a] and[Agostiet al, 1990], andan experimental prototype developed in  ...  The model allows insertion and removal of single items of information maintaining the integrity of reference within the two level structure.  ... 
doi:10.1145/122860.122892 dblp:conf/sigir/AgostiCG91 fatcat:fz5a7hdmu5h2lnp3n2in6o3vkq

Structuring specification in Z to build a unifying framework for hypertext systems [chapter]

Mark D'Inverno, Mark Priestley
1995 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Further, we were able to structure the speci cation in order that the model could be described initially at the highest level of abstraction with complexity added at increasingly lower levels of abstraction  ...  This structured speci cation allows the functionality of hypertext systems to be considered at di erent levels of granularity which, we argue, gives rise to a well-de ned robust model and a bene cial environment  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to Claire Cohen, Jennifer Goodwin, Paul Howells, Michael Hu and Michael Luck and the anonymous referees for comments on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-60271-2_114 fatcat:o5yyrel7orfhji4rmhhp5lt57a

Hypertext Classification Using Tensor Space Model and Rough Set Based Ensemble Classifier [chapter]

Suman Saha, C. A. Murthy, Sankar K. Pal
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Instead of using the text on a page for representing features in a vector space model, we have used features on the page and neighborhood features to represent a hypertext document in a tensor space model  ...  We have demonstrated the use of rough set based ensemble classifier on proposed tensor space model.  ...  Finally features extracted from all the components of hypertext has been represented using tensor space model and vector space model for our experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11164-8_34 fatcat:ldakbasrtbfmfaravxsjzsredm

Formal methods for evaluating information retrieval in hypertext systems

Yuri Quintana, Mohamed Kamel, Rob McGeachy
1993 Proceedings of the 11th annual international conference on Systems documentation - SIGDOC '93  
One of the main motivations for the development of a hypertext search model is that it can be used to intluence the early design of a system ordocurnent.  ...  Forexarnple,each times newdesignof a hypertext systemordocument iscnmted, the model could be used to estimate the information retrieval time of users.  ...  ,U,D,and then define the predictive function.42 User ModelThe level of experience of the user is represented by model E.  ... 
doi:10.1145/166025.166087 dblp:conf/sigdoc/QuintanaKM93 fatcat:5ofwjcxi3fcdhiqfpxqmgxifg4

How hypertext fosters children's knowledge acquisition: The roles of text structure and graphical overview

Sabine Salome Klois, Eliane Segers, Ludo Verhoeven
2013 Computers in Human Behavior  
Analyses of the mind maps, however, showed the children to construct richer situation models after reading hypertext or hypertext with an overview relative to regular linear text and regular text with  ...  We therefore conclude that hypertext fosters a deeper level of information processing when appropriately designed relative to regular linear text.  ...  Models of hypertext learning Two models of learning from regular text have shaped research on hypertext processing and are mainly based upon theories of reading and learning (Shapiro & Niederhauser, 2004  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2013.03.013 fatcat:oiis2wolcbf27mi43jpgyn46je

Petri-net-based hypertext: document structure with browsing semantics

P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
1989 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Pages 3-29. ' TWO recent surveys of the hypertext field are [2] and [8] . In addition, [30] presents a perspective on the history and development of the area.  ...  We present a formal definition of the Trellis model of hypertext and describe an authoring and browsing prototype called aTrellis that is based on the model.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge Frank Halasz, Robert Allen, and the anonymous referees for their thorough reading of earlier versions of this report.  ... 
doi:10.1145/64789.64791 fatcat:pk2vta3w3jfvtf5smirjw5o6za

Hypertext design environments and the hypertext design process

Jocelyne Nanard, Marc Nanard
1995 Communications of the ACM  
For example, designing the conceptual hypertext data model and abstract navigational model [22] can benefit directly from software engineering approaches.  ...  Hypertext engineering environments can be modeled to a certain degree on software engineering development environments.  ...  The authors thank Michael Bieber, Tomás Isakowitz, Richard Baskerville, and Duane Truex for helpful comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1145/208344.208347 fatcat:utn6zg4qtvhh7ixz46ik3flci4

Adding browsing semantics to the hypertext model

P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
1988 Proceedings of the ACM conference on Document processing systems - DOCPROCS '88  
We present a new model of hypertext that represents both the relationships that tie individual pieces of information together into the hypertext (i.e., the adjacencies) and also the browsing semantics  ...  The model is based on Petri nets, and is a generalization of existing directed graph based models.  ...  Synchronized structures like these can be used to present information at two levels (or more) of detail.  ... 
doi:10.1145/62506.62516 fatcat:qblgixioendpfd4sfjdygobfsm

THE INFLUENCE OF HYPERTEXT-BASED HISTORY TEACHING METHOD TOWARDS THE INCREASE OF HISTORICAL UNDERSTANDING

Muhamad Arif
2018 Historia: Jurnal Pendidik dan Peneliti Sejarah  
Second, the hypertext-based history teaching model test showed was proved to that the influence the increase of historical concept mastery was increased by n gain of 0.5 at the experimental class, 0.4  ...  This study was aimed at gaining a comprehensive overview of the influence of hypertext-based history teaching method towards the increase of historical concept understanding.  ...  Essentially, hypertext representation model is non-linear. The basic characteristic of hypertext representation model can improve readers' intellectuality.  ... 
doi:10.17509/historia.v11i2.12336 fatcat:wnhoxzh4rrbhhixmhsrvpipksu

Reading Strategies and Hypertext Comprehension

Ladislao Salmeron, Jose J. Canas, Walter Kintsch, Inmaculada Fajardo
2005 Discourse Processes  
In Experiment 1, results showed that reading strategies selectively affect the textbase and the situation model level.  ...  The number of different nodes read mainly affected the textbase, whereas the reading order influenced the situation model.  ...  Surber, John Dunlosky, and two anonymous reviewers for insightful comments on an early version of the article and Gabriele Petro for her help in elaborating the materials.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15326950dp4003_1 fatcat:vmslqqz6rff4flxiolwieog5fy

Effects of hypertext writing and observational learning on content knowledge acquisition, self-efficacy, and text quality: Two experimental studies exploring aptitude treatment interactions

M.A.H. Braaksma, G.C.W. Rijlaarsdam, H.H. Van den Bergh
2018 Journal of Writing Research  
Two features of hypertexts may stimulate content generation. At a meso text level, writers must create nodes (rhetorical elements) and generate content for these nodes.  ...  Analyses In principle the same model as used in Study 1 was applied in Study 2, with one difference: the current model needed two dummies to distinguish between three conditions (linear writing, hypertext  ... 
doi:10.17239/jowr-2018.09.03.02 fatcat:wix5zsbl7rf2ndy24bluldpxum

Page 42 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 3, Issue 3 [page]

1990 Electronic Publishing  
Looking at the top-level outline of two chapters in the book one sees an attempt to model in a consistent fashion concerns in the real world.  ...  HYPERTEXT WRITING AND DOCUMENT REUSE connect two nodes for the benefit of hypertext browsers without forcing the traversal algorithm to follow that path?  ... 

Systematic Evolution of WebML Models by Coupled Transformations [chapter]

Manuel Wimmer, Nathalie Moreno, Antonio Vallecillo
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present an approach based on coupled transformations to ease the evolution of content models and the corresponding reconciliation of dependent hypertext models.  ...  Model-driven Web Engineering is an effective approach for improving the development of Web applications by providing appropriate abstraction mechanisms and different viewpoints.  ...  Instead of using four units in the reconciled hypertext model, only two units-as in the initial hypertext model-are sufficient to work with the new content model version.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31753-8_14 fatcat:2y2jkffjcrbn5isejjz3kflg6q

Integrating value-based requirement engineering models to webml using vip business modeling framework

Farooque Azam, Zhang Li, Rashid Ahmad
2007 Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '07  
Focusing this aspect, the paper presents integration of valuebased RE models to WebML models using our recently proposed VIP Business Modeling Framework [1] .  ...  In contrast, most of the methodologies proposed for the development of Web applications, primarily focus on the system design, and paying less attention to the RE, and specifically to value-based RE.  ...  The process-aware hypertext design method comprises two main phases: high-level hypertext design, where the overall structure of the hypertext is sketched and detailed hypertext design, where the operational  ... 
doi:10.1145/1242572.1242698 dblp:conf/www/AzamLA07 fatcat:oohhu4csznaadilndzkddpenfe

Do graphical overviews facilitate or hinder comprehension in hypertext?

Ladislao Salmerón, Thierry Baccino, Jose J. Cañas, Rafael I. Madrid, Inmaculada Fajardo
2009 Computers & Education  
These findings are interpreted in light of the Assimilation Theory and the Active Processing model. Finally, the key educational and hypertext design implications of the results are discussed.  ...  The results from two eye-tracking studies revealed that reading a graphical overview at the beginning of the hypertext is related to an improvement in the participant's comprehension of quite difficult  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the first author of the text used in experiment 2, Tierno de Figueroa, Ph.D., who helped us during all the process of constructing the experimental materials.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2009.06.013 fatcat:tuvcmye6urdofk4t7g3yts74pu
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