Robert L. Ashenhurst
Developers of hypermedia systems face many design issues. The design for KMS, a large-scale hypermedia system for collaborative work, seeks improved user productivity through simplicity of the conceptual data model.
Robert M. Akscyn, Donald L. McCracken, Elise A. Yoder
NoteCards, developed by a team at Xerox PARC, was designed to support the task of transforming a chaotic collection of unrelated thoughts into an integrated, orderly interpretation of ideas and their interconnections. This article …
The HAM is a transaction-based server for a hyper text storage system. The server is designed to handle multiple users in a networked environment. The storage system consists of a collection of contexts, nodes, links, and attributes …
Brad Campbell, Joseph,M. Goodman
Abstraction is the means by which information can be stored and retrieved from an information structure at different levels of detail and from different perspectives. As such, abstraction mechanisms in hypertext are interesting …
Hypertext databases can be produced by converting existing text documents to electronic form. The basic task in conversion is identification of fragments. We illustrate that this is not always a straightforward process with an …
Darrell,R. Raymond, Frank,WM. Tompa
Medicine is an ideal domain for hypertext applications and research. Implementing a popular medical handbook in hypertext underscores the need to study hypertext in the context of full-text document retrieval, machine learning …
Andries van Dam
The Fourth Survey is based upon data from 128 AACSB-accredited business schools. It provides a wide variety of information to deans and others involved in making computer related strategic decisions, resource allocations, and …
Jason,L. Frand, Julia,A. Britt, John,E. Anderson, Ephraim,R. McLean
The national trends regarding the retraining of secondary school teachers in a computer science discipline are examined. Recommendations and guidelines are offered in this ACM/IEEE Task Force report.
James,L. Poirot, Harriet,G. Taylor, Cathleen,A. Norris