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Designing Dexter-based cooperative hypermedia systems
Proceedings of the fifth ACM conference on Hypertext - HYPERTEXT '93
This paper discusses issues for the design of a Dexter-based cooperative hypermedia architecture and a specific system, DeVise Hypermedia (DHM), developed from this architecture. The Dexter Hypertext Reference Model [9, 10] was used as the basis for designing the architecture. The Dexter model provides a solid foundation for designing a general hypermedia architecture. It introduces central concepts and proposes a layering of the architecture. However, to handle cooperative work aspects, suchdoi:10.1145/168750.168764 dblp:conf/ht/GronbaekHMS93 fatcat:dhrclk5kynewhgzzjbciqv3ucq