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In this paper we identify a common aim between ubiquitous computing and hypertext systems: the desire to present navigable, located and structured information. We propose that existing navigational hypertext models might be valuable as a formalisation of ubiquitous information and explore the challenges of applying standard hypertext operations, such as anchor resolution, display and link traversal, to links that have physical anchors.doi:10.1145/1012807.1012839 dblp:conf/ht/MillardRMTW04 fatcat:hck5lyr6lng4pjnxfrnljl24b4