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Proceedings of the twelfth ACM conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia - HYPERTEXT '01
Document structures constitute a means to organize document parts in terms of logical elements (e.g. headings, paragraphs, sections, etc.). Document structures can be looked at in terms of layout and formatting features such as pages, columns, and so on. Despite the wide diversity of document structures, authors intentions are not taken into account. The concept of intentions is considered here as the effects that authors intend to have on their readers. It includes the reasons that led thedoi:10.1145/504228.504232 fatcat:w6umsy37zjcv7a4iwsn6dbytdy