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	appropriate use of, (Aquanet discussion example); Marshall(186)-268
	author and reader behavior, Xanadu analysis in light of; Samuelson(170)-39
	integrating into a total information environment; Malcolm(168)-15
	structuring messages, Cost++ potential use for; Creech(169)-32
	support for, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	Xanadu user models contrasted with those of; Samuelson(170)-45
E-R representation, 
	combining with graph structure, advantages for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
	mapping a hypertext into; Hara(173)-76
	of ACE, diagram, (figure); Hara(173)-79
ease of learning, 
	design goal of Notes (CMU); Neuwirth(95)-125
ease of use, 
	design goal of Notes (CMU); Neuwirth(95)-125
ECHT'90 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
ECHT'92 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
ECHT'94 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
	electronic publishing, Xanadu analysis; Samuelson(170)-39
	and browsing, integration of; Akscyn(86)-16
	editInstantiation operation, Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-36
		annotation capabilities provided through in Kiosk; Creech(169)-28
		link anchor point information dynamically updated in Kiosk; Creech(169)-28
		set-based, HyperSet support of; Parunak(184)-238
	hypermedia, ASKTool; Cleary(4)-31
	hypertext, need for shown in OED work; Raymond(96)-152
		for interactive fiction writing; Bolter(89)-43
		use with DIF; Garg(112)-414
	structure diagrams, in NoteCards; Halasz(108)-347
	time-based media, Himotoki moving hot-spot editor; Hirata(2)-18
	See Also applications; 
	access controls importance in education environment; Ess(187)-278
	applications, VideoBook use for; Ogawa(144)-38
	CAI (computer-aided instruction) system, dynamic hypertext interface as a front end for; Bieber(182)-211
	class lectures, Intermedia use as supplement and support for; Ess(187)-282
	class notebook, Intermedia facilitation of; Ess(187)-278
	classical studies; Mylonas(310)-270
	Context32 as Intermedia-based Brown University survey course in British literature; Catlin(178)-150
	courseware, hypermedia application; Halasz(108)-345
	domain representation issues for novices; Charney(94)-112
	electronic conferencing use of, with Intermedia; Ess(187)-284
	English, effect Intermedia had on class discussion and writing assignments; Beeman(92)-75
	geometry, rubber sheet layouts as interface for; Kaltenbach(174)-96
	humanities, Intermedia use in; Ess(187)-288
	instructional design process; Jordan(119)-93
	instructional design tasks, representing in hypertext; Marshall(186)-262
	Intermedia, evaluation of the course; Beeman(92)-71
	Intermedia use at Drury College; Ess(187)-277
	key goals, how to imbue students with non-lineal thinking styles; Beeman(92)-69
	knowledge representation, and learning processes in the Design ofEducational Hypermedia; De Vries(60)-1
	liberal arts, Intermedia use in; Beeman(92)-67, Ess(187)-289
	link handling, principles for effective; Landow(56)-334
	non-lineal thinking, goal of higher education; Beeman(92)-67
	sciences, Intermedia use in; Beeman(92)-67
	student involvement, as value of Intermedia educational use; Ess(187)-288
	teaching student thinking, procedures and difficulties in; Beeman(92)-70
	textual virtual environment and WWW use in; Dieberger(17)-170
	user-control of link generation, importance of; Landow(56)-336
	what it means to really know something; Beeman(92)-74
	data storage, DCS design constraint; Shackelford(224)-1
	information access, DCS design constraint; Shackelford(224)-1
	Flag taxonomy classification as hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-130
'Elastic Charles', 
	See Also applications; 
	HyperCafe relationship to; Sawhney(1)-2
	art museum, media-based navigation using Miyabi, a media-based information retrieval system; Hirata(237)-159
	book metaphor, 
		as example of continuity stress in hypertext rhetoric; Moulthrop(188)-293
		beyond thecritique of rhetoric of hypertext; Moulthrop(188)-291
		limitation for hypertext rhetoric; Moulthrop(188)-293
		advantages over printed books; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
		browsable, graphically-oriented query-based browsing systems; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
		OpenBook system browsing environment; Ichimura(229)-63
		query-based browsing in; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
		advantages and disadvantages; Shneiderman(99)-189
		problems with; Remde(98)-175
		value of; Walker(106)-313
		values of compared with paper documentation; Oren(105)-295
	Electronic Aquatic Life system, 
		as Himotoki application; Hirata(2)-19
		See Also applications; 
	Electronic Encyclopedia, Videobook relationship to, bibliographic reference; Ogawa(144)-38
	Electronic Multimedia Museum, 
		as global state precursor; Kendall(8)-75
		See Also applications; 
	manuals, adaptive, active text use for in frame-based hypertext; Kaindl(192)-354
	materials, how to document references to in research papers; Ess(187)-282
	project notebooks, 
		Boeing scenario; Malcolm(168)-16
		link template requirements in an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-21
		economics, Xanadu analysis; Samuelson(170)-39
		hypermedia application; Akscyn(86)-1
		inadequate model for industrial hypertext use; Malcolm(168)-19
		KMS support of; Akscyn(86)-1, Akscyn(86)-3
element association, 
	grouping content elements into nodes with; Bapat(20)-208
Eliot, T.S., 
	experimental fiction writer, impact on interactive fiction; Bolter(89)-44
Eliza in the Chinese Room, 
	Hypertext '91 paper; Thuring(179)-161
	accessible from DIF; Garg(112)-416
	buffer model, Kiosk link and node representation similar to; Creech(169)-28
	behaviors, disadvantages of; Nuernberg(19)-195
	interactive structure operations, as defining characteristic of a hypertext; Rosenberg(3)-22
	links; Rosenberg(3)-22
		hypermedia, characteristics and example; Osterbye(13)-131
		unacceptable in the heterogeneous software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27
		in Hyperties, experimental studies on with; Shneiderman(99)-192
		See Also Guide replacement buttons; 
	variables; Kendall(8)-74
emergent structure, 
	See spatial hypertext; structure(s); 
	See Also representation; 
	representation in"A Life Set for Two"; Kendall(8)-75
	in information farming, Hypertext '93 technical briefing; Bernstein(305)-242
	in MOO environments; Dieberger(17)-173
	See Also complexity management; object-orientation; 
	managing hypermedia application design with; Schwabe(12)-120
	graphic link meaning at the destination; Landow(56)-333
	information in links, issues for effective use; Landow(56)-332
	link meaning, 
		for readers of hypertext; Landow(56)-331
		insufficient; Landow(56)-332
	accessing; Salton(235)-131
	electronic, Intermedia as a; Beeman(92)-75
	Encyclopaedia Africana, IWHD '95 paper; Kahn(69)-116
	Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-189
	similarity relation representation; Oren(105)-300
end user performance, 
	comparison of printed, hypertext, and full-text retrieval; Egan(189)-300
	See Also anchors; 
	in Extended Dexter model, characteristics and attributes; Gronbaek(15)-153
energetics model, 
	Hypertext '89 paper; Schnase(127)-181
Engelbart Award, 
		"HyPursuit: A Hierarchical Network Search Engine that Exploits Content-Link Hypertext Clustering"; Weiss(18)-180
		"The Flag Taxonomy of Open Hypermedia Systems"; Osterbye(13)-129
		"The Structure of Hypertext Activity"; Rosenberg(3)-22
		"Toward a Dexter-based Model for Open Hypermedia: Unifying Embedded References and Link Types"; Gronbaek(15)-149
		"VerSE: Towards Hypertext Versioning Styles"; Haake(22)-224
	winner, "HyperCafe: Narrative and Aesthetic Properties of Hypervideo"; Sawhney(1)-1
Engelbart, Douglas, 
	summary of contribution to hypertext; Collier(104)-271
	CSCW, DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
		automation of company-wide standards, as Boeing hypermedia project; Malcolm(168)-14
		in large engineering companies, hypermedia requirements for support of; Malcolm(168)-13
		static hypertext inadequacies for; Malcolm(168)-15
	large-scaled, collaborative distributed hypertext system support for; Wiil(225)-14
	norms, semantic representation of, combining hypertext with; Schwabe(150)-123
	nuclear, managing documents for; Nanard(228)-51
	software, managing with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	See Also models; 
		HAM; Campbell(87)-21
		HAM, cited by Bapat-203; Zhang(55)-
		HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-203
		See Also models, hypermedia; 
		term definition; Bapat(20)-203
	matching; Hirata(2)-11
	recognition; Hirata(2)-11
	linguistic peculiarities, link apprentice benefits from; Bernstein(28)-253
	literature, teaching with hypertext; Beeman(92)-71
	HDM term definition; Garzotto(190)-315
Entity-Relationship model, 
	extended, in Miyabi, a media-based information retrieval system; Hirata(237)-159
	HAM as a; Bigelow(111)-397
	size of in OED; Raymond(96)-147
	cooperative, bottom-up hypertext organization suitable to; Hara(173)-75
		bottom-up hypertext organization suitable to; Hara(173)-75
		integrating dynamic hypertext interfaces into; Bieber(182)-203
	integration of hypertext with existing tools, importance to software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27
EOS external storage system, 
	VODAK connection mechanism; Bapat(20)-210
	See Also enactment; narratives; rhetoric; 
	as grouping of actemes; Rosenberg(3)-22
	description of KEE knowledge representation in terms of; Kaindl(192)-347
	reward for, as incentive problem in Xanadu royalty mechanism; Samuelson(170)-47
	voice system detection and repair, MIT Media Lab hyperspeech system characteristics and sample dialog; Arons(25)-140
Esprit projects, 
	DeVise Hypermedia system, Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
ETF (element type forms), 
	HyTime, feature analysis of; Buford(11)-110
	problems in a collaborative learning environment, Drury college experience; Ess(187)-288
	role of thinking styles in development of; Beeman(92)-68
EUCLID (Environment for User Construction of Logical Informal Discourse), 
	analysis of its effectiveness in supporting human reasoning; Smolensky(101)-232
	capabilities illustrated by Chinese room problem; Smolensky(101)-220
	design goals, enhancing reasoned; Smolensky(101)-217
	environment for user construction of reasoned discourse; Smolensky(101)-219
	how different from other AI natural language and human reasoning projects; Smolensky(101)-233
	Hypertext '87 paper; Smolensky(101)-215
	DeVise Hypermedia system, Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
	DeVise Hypermedia system, Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
	See Also criteria; requirements; standards; 
		hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system), characteristics and sample dialog; Arons(25)-140
		hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system), future extensions planned; Arons(25)-142
		Kiosk provisions for user; Creech(169)-28
	of hyperdocuments, principles, criteria, and methods; Brown(141)-1
	hypertext, cognitive overheads and prostheses; Wright(167)-1
	of HyTime standard; Buford(11)-105
	performance, importance to software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27
	printed, hypertext, and full-text retrieval for, in performing representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
	quantitative for the ACE cost function, planned for the future; Hara(173)-88
	of reuse methods; Garzotto(10)-93
	of strategies, for knowledge representation in hypertext; Marshall(103)-253
	See Also actemes; narratives; object-orientation; 
	adaptive, term definition; Stotts(183)-221
	dynamic link-resolving hypermedia architecture; Tompa(234)-118
	event-driven computations, support for in NoteCards; Halasz(108)-359
	event-driven IPC, HOSS support of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	flexible event notifications, DeVise Hypermedia system as a Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture supporting; Gronbaek(226)-25
	in a collaborative distributed hypertext system; Wiil(225)-14
	recontextualizing of, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
EWP (Electronic Working Papers) system, 
	ECHT '90 paper; De Young(159)-243
	Hypertext '89 paper; De Young(126)-169
		characteristics; Hara(173)-79
		experimental results when applied to "Hypertext on Hypertext"; Hara(173)-85
		generating aggregations and exceptions with; Hara(173)-75
		Kernighan-Lin graph partition algorithm use by; Hara(173)-85
	adaptive learning with, in CID; Boy(171)-59
	cognitive role in human survival; Oren(105)-300
	exclusive graphs, as ACE exception type; Hara(173)-80
exclusive graphs, 
	as ACE exception type; Hara(173)-80
	studies, to test design alternatives for Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-191
	thinking, characteristic of cell biologist; Beeman(92)-73
expert systems, 
	See Also artificial intelligence (AI); 
	ASK systems as a hypermedia form of; Cleary(4)-31
	contrasted with NoteCards; Halasz(108)-359
	dynamic hypertext interfaces for; Bieber(182)-203
	hypertext integration with, in a maintenance support application; Hayes(121)-119
	interface, for USS CARL VINSON ZOG application; Akscyn(86)-2
	knowledge acquisition tools, CONCORDE; Hofmann(153)-166
	generalized, capturing with Trans-ASK, an artificial intelligence-based hypermedia system; Bareiss(232)-94
	combining with explanation of link meaning; Landow(56)-334
	in learning, CID support for; Boy(171)-55
	of conceptual relationships, Intermedia facilitation of; Ess(187)-289
	role in writing; Smith(100)-199
	textual interrelationships, value of volatile hypertext for dealing with; Bernstein(28)-244
	trails, editing during mathematical proof animations; Kaltenbach(174)-101
exposition phases, 
	knowledge representation, using hypertext for; Marshall(103)-254
	explicit vs implicit links; Raymond(96)-146
Extended Dexter model, 
	See Also Dexter hypertext reference model; Engelbart award; 
	Hypertext '96 paper; Gronbaek(15)-149
	See Also open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	advantage provided by modularity in hypermedia architecture design; Shackelford(224)-1
	application structure and functionality, HyperStorM support for; Bapat(20)-210
	ARL's expressive power, importance to; Smolensky(101)-218
	Cost++ designed for; Creech(169)-32
	data model; De Bra(218)-222
		ECHT '92 paper; De Bra(218)-222
	design issues, Halasz' Seven Issues paper; Halasz(108)-345
	DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
	dynamic, characteristics of; Wiil(14)-141
	dynamic link-resolving hypermedia architecture; Tompa(234)-118
	as evaluation dimension for HyTime; Buford(11)-107
	formalizing knowledge representation, importance to; Marshall(103)-255
	HyperDisco support of; Wiil(14)-141
	a hypermedia, characteristic of open hypermedia systems; Osterbye(13)-129
		operating system requirements; Nuernberg(19)-199
		platform dimension; Wiil(14)-141
		systems, HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-203
	hypertext architecture, as hypertext research issue addressed by ABC graph server; Smith(180)-186, Smith(180)-190
	hypertext systems, 
		design issue; Halasz(108)-363
		importance for knowledge representation; Marshall(103)-267
		importance to scholarly hypertext; Crane(90)-55
		NoteCards; Marshall(103)-255
	HyTime support; Buford(11)-109
	importance for industrial hypertext; Malcolm(168)-18
	importance for industrial software development, implications for hypertext systems design; Smith(180)-184
	in collaborative distributed hypertext systems, concurrency control issues; Wiil(225)-14
	in NoteCards; Jordan(119)-95
		characteristic; Trigg(93)-90
		through function library in; Marshall(103)-255
	object-oriented hypermedia models, Dexter as; Gronbaek(15)-149
	of MacWeb's type management mechanism, importance to hypertext knowledge representation; Nanard(191)-330
	openness contrasted with; Osterbye(13)-131
	support required for hyperbases; Wiil(225)-14
extensional semantics, 
	Hypertext '87 paper; Collier(104)-273
	See Also third-party; 
		full hypermedia support by HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-211
		HyperStorM abstract hypermedia engine support for; Bapat(20)-209
	back-end systems, coordinating a dynamic hypertext interface with; Bieber(182)-211
	front-end systems, coordinating a dynamic hypertext interface with; Bieber(182)-213
	information systems, dynamic hypertext document interchange issues; Bieber(182)-213
	storage systems, HyperStorM abstract hypermedia engine support for; Bapat(20)-209
	tools, link creation and manipulation by, importance to software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27