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games, 
	See Also MOO (MUD Object Oriented); 
	text-based computer, as global state precursor; Kendall(8)-75
garbage-collectable pages, 
	See Also systems issues; 
	support issues; Gronbaek(15)-158
gathering, 
	documents for a hypertext, automatic methods for; Allan(5)-42
	interface, 
		See Also paths; 
		See Also Web Squirrel; 
		VIKI as; Rosenberg(3)-25
gender issues, 
	gender and social consequences of hypertext; Greco(9)-85
general connected graphs, 
	as ABC subgraph type; Smith(180)-184
generalizations, 
	See Also abstractions; 
	abstract hypertext model, 
		contrasted with aggregations; Garg(110)-383
		definitions and advantages in an; Garg(110)-383
	as abstraction mechanism, in OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-123
	as an abstraction type, characteristics; Botafogo(172)-64
	as hypertext abstractions, mathematical model; Garg(110)-375
generating, 
	See Also automated link; information, retrieval; 
	arguments, hypertext representation of in EUCLID; Smolensky(101)-227
	conceptual groups, through taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(230)-73
	hypertext networks in real time; Bieber(182)-203
	linked text structures; Salton(235)-131
	new sets from old, as taxonomic reasoning activity; Parunak(184)-235
generic, 
	See Also Himotoki; information, retrieval; links; 
	links, 
		Extended Dexter model representation of; Gronbaek(15)-150
		Extended Dexter model support of; Gronbaek(15)-152
		Microcosm, as many-to-one links; Lewis(21)-215
		Microcosm, Extended Dexter model mapping of; Gronbaek(15)-158
		Microcosm, Extended Dexter model representation of; Gronbaek(15)-154
		non-text media use of, in MAVIS; Lewis(21)-215
	objects, generalization as the grouping of similar objects into a; Botafogo(172)-64
	questions, as link types in ASK systems; Cleary(4)-32
	structure, guiding hypertext design with; Nanard(191)-333
GENESIS library, 
	IWHD '95 paper; da Silva(77)-215
geographical paradigm, 
	navigational strategy used by hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system); Arons(25)-134
geometry, 
	rubber sheet layouts as interface for; Kaltenbach(174)-96
Germ, 
	influence on Aquanet; Marshall(186)-262
GetComponent function, 
	Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-36
gIBIS (graphical Issue Based Information System), 
	design goals; Conklin(102)-248
	hypertext tool for team design deliberation, characteristics; Conklin(102)-247
	as IBIS system; McCall(152)-153
	influence on Aquanet; Marshall(186)-262
	knowledge representation focus of; Marshall(186)-261
	software development support by; Smith(180)-183
	tool for team design deliberations; Conklin(102)-247
	type handling in, MacWeb comparison with; Nanard(191)-332
gIBIS (graphical Issue-Based Information System), 
	See Also argumentation; 
	GraphLog relationship to; Consens(134)-277
	Hypertext '87 paper; Conklin(102)-247
	as structured hypermedia systems; Cleary(4)-31
Gibson, 
	William, CYBERMAP relationship to the cyberspace described by; Gloor(175)-108
GIS-HS (Geographic Information System - Hypermedia System), 
	IWHD '95 paper; Brossier-Wansek(64)-73
global, 
	semantics, loss of, when capturing hypertext structure from linear documents; Nanard(191)-331
	states, 
		characteristics and role in dynamic hypertext; Kendall(8)-75
		potential as navigation aids; Kendall(8)-77
		representational possibilities of; Kendall(8)-76
		See Also state(s); 
		See Also WWW (World Wide Web), support issues; 
	structure, 
		extracted by ACE from "Hypertext on Hypertext"; Hara(173)-86
		extracting, ACE problem definition; Hara(173)-80
		hypertext, inductive determination as an np-complete problem; Bernstein(28)-255
		Kiosk use of regular expression-based full-text search in conjunction with hypertext; Creech(169)-34
	view, 
		essential for knowledge structuring tasks; Marshall(186)-262
		fisheye display use for, in an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-21
glossaries, 
	in semantic representation of engineering norms; Schwabe(150)-130
GNU (Gnu’s Not Unix), 
	tools, Knowledge Weasel use of; Lawton(233)-106
goals, 
	dimension for categorizing hypertext systems; Walker(106)-308
GOTO, 
	non-hierarchical links as, potential problems for hypertext systems; Brown(88)-38
Gram model, 
	ECHT '92 paper; Amann(216)-201
	ECHT '94 paper; Amann(262)-198
grammars, 
	See Also representation; 
	of conversation representation in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-7
	graph, Trellis use of; Stotts(155)-181
	pair, Trellis use of; Stotts(155)-180
granularity, 
	See Also information, retrieval; 
	clusters use to control in a search space; Weiss(18)-181
	nodes, 
		HieNet use of SGML to generate variable size nodes; Wiil(225)-145
		problem for existing documents; Raymond(96)-144
	path issues; Zellweger(54)-3
graph(s), 
	See Also structure(s); 
	ABC graph server, 
		characteristics as a multi-level data model; Smith(180)-184
		distributed data management system; Smith(180)-182
		hypermedia data management system characteristics; Smith(180)-179
		hypertext research issues addressed by; Smith(180)-186
	acyclic connected, as ABC subgraph type; Smith(180)-184
	argument, linearizing through document typing; Smolensky(101)-232
	automated extraction of, for the CORE project; Egan(189)-301
	browsers, ABC component; Shackelford(224)-1
	building a set-based system from, concepts required for; Parunak(184)-240
	connected, as ABC subgraph type; Smith(180)-184
	constructing, 
		from HyperCard nodes, implementation issues; Lai(176)-128
		issues involved in; Lai(176)-125
	dense, compact representations, importance for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
	directed, 
		acyclic graph (DAG), set-based hypertext use of; Parunak(230)-73
		acyclic, Kiosk use for view browsing; Creech(169)-33
		graph hypertext, aggregate research use of; Botafogo(172)-64
		turning into a non-directed graph; Botafogo(172)-68
	disconnected subgraphs, bridging during flying navigation; Lai(176)-130
	displays, smooth changes in; Kaltenbach(174)-100
	exclusive, as ACE exception type; Hara(173)-80
	general connected, as ABC subgraph type; Smith(180)-184
	grammars, 
		ABC tools for building graph structured decomposition diagrams based on; Smith(180)-188
		Trellis use of; Stotts(155)-181
	graph-based data models, CSCW issues addressed by; Shackelford(224)-1
	graph-based object model, in a multimedia information retrieval environment; Lucarella(227)-39
	GraphBuild, source code tree builder, importing code into the system with; Bigelow(111)-403
	GraphLog, 
		Hypertext '89 paper; Consens(134)-269
		relationship to Beeri & Kornatsky's logical query language; Beeri(146)-79
	as HAM data object; Bapat(20)-204
	HAM definition; Campbell(87)-22
	hierarchical, Trellis based on; Stotts(155)-181
	hierarchically nested; Noik(240)-192
	hypertext, induction of aggregated connections from, as ACE defining characteristic; Hara(173)-79
	identifying edges in a hypertext; Lai(176)-125
	inclusive, as ACE exception type; Hara(173)-80
	induction of aggregated connections from, as ACE defining characteristic; Hara(173)-79
	limitations as a user-visible navigation structure; Walker(106)-307
	limitations for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-236
	non-directed, finding aggregates in; Botafogo(172)-68
	non-transitively closed dense, compact representation, importance for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
	organizing windows as a; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	partitioning, 
		ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
		Kernighan-Lin algorithm, ACE use of; Hara(173)-84
	reducing to a tree, as a step in identifying aggregates; Botafogo(172)-68
	semantic net as a labeled directed graph; Collier(104)-273
	set-based hypermedia compared with; Parunak(184)-233
	simplification; Allan(5)-42
	Sowa, knowledge represented by; Nanard(191)-330
	structure, source code in DynamicDesign; Bigelow(111)-400
	structures, 
		browsers as programs to view and manipulate; Smith(180)-186
		combining with E-R representation, advantages for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
		partitioning mechanisms in ABC; Smith(180)-184
		viewing software project as; Smith(180)-180
	theory, 
		algorithms for identifying aggregates in hypertext structures; Botafogo(172)-63
		graph-theoretic adjacency matrix, Linkplot as; Bernstein(28)-247
		network definition in; Collier(104)-272
	as traditional hypertext structure model; Rosenberg(3)-22
	types, ABC, browser support based on; Smith(180)-187
	user interface browsing and display tool; Lucarella(227)-39
	WE structure data type, how used; Smith(100)-207
	Xsim directed graph manipulation tool, used to generate links in MIT Media Lab hyperspeech database; Arons(25)-136
graphical, 
	See Also multimedia; video; 
	appearance, Aquanet objects, type definition specification of; Marshall(186)-265
	bandwidth required by, a problem for hypertext; Raskin(107)-326
	bit-mapped, SuperBook System support of; Egan(189)-302
	browsers, 
		ABC, characteristics; Smith(180)-179
		ABC, issues addressed by; Smith(180)-191
		differences between SemNet and Thoth-II; Collier(104)-279
		hypermedia design issue; Akscyn(86)-9
		KMS approach to; Akscyn(86)-15
		NoteCards browser card type provides; Trigg(93)-92
		overview diagrams, importance for large information spaces; Hara(173)-77
		use to provide context for knowledge-structuring tasks in NoteCards, influence on Aquanet; Marshall(186)-263
	browsing, effectiveness limitations as a hypertext information-retrieval tool; Frisse(91)-59
	chemical, storage and access issues for the CORE project; Egan(189)-301
	design principles, Dickens Web use of; Catlin(178)-150
	designers, future role in creating hypertext templates; Catlin(178)-149
	directory, overview files as; Landow(56)-335
	displays, in online systems; Walker(106)-318
	images, issues in effective encoding of meaning; Landow(56)-332
	integrating into a total information environment; Malcolm(168)-15
	interface, 
		combining querying and browsing through a graph-based interface; Lucarella(227)-39
		identifying hypertext structure using; Marshall(242)-217
		query-based browsing, Queries-R-Links (QRL) and Queries-R-Focused Links (QRFL); Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
	knowledge structure, term definition, in Aquanet; Marshall(186)-262
	language, importance of text accompaniment; Landow(56)-334
	navigation, Kiosk use in structured software reuse library selection; Creech(169)-33
	objects, how located in Thoth-II; Collier(104)-279
	overviews, as a navigational aid, in an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-21
	paradigm, speech-only systems compared with; Arons(25)-133
	rendering objects, HyTime support of; Buford(11)-111
	retrieval language, TOPIC/TOPGRAPHIC system; Hammwohner(97)-169
	spatial layout in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-266
Greece, 
	classical, Perseus project; Crane(90)-51
	classical studies; Mylonas(310)-270
Greek, 
	classical, Perseus Project; Crane(90)-52
Grif, 
	ECHT '92 paper; Quint(198)-23
groups, 
	knowledge managementas KMS design goal; Akscyn(86)-3
	presentations via large screen projectors, 
		hypermedia application; Akscyn(86)-1
		KMS support of; Akscyn(86)-3
groupware, 
	group discussion, Intermedia use as supplement and support for; Ess(187)-282
	tools for studying group strategy and behavior, as ABC component; Smith(180)-183
GUI (graphical user interface), 
	See Also user interface; 
	See user interface; 
Guide, 
	See Also authoring; 
	bibliographic reference; Campbell(87)-21, Collier(104)-269
	buttons modeled by the HAM; Campbell(87)-25
	CD-ROM retrieval product; Oren(105)-293
	characteristics of; Brown(88)-35
	context specification in, compared with CMIFed facilities; Hardman(39)-183
	ECHT '94 paper; Brown(248)-51
	HAM modeling of; Campbell(87)-25
	history of its development; Brown(88)-33
	Hypertext '87 paper; Brown(88)-33
	Software for Macintosh, bibliographic reference; Oren(105)-291
	Users Manual, bibliographic reference; Halasz(108)-345
guided tours, 
	See Also Hammond Sig Chi 86 paper; navigation; paths; 
	as access structure, in OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	as attempt to solve hypertext disorientation problem; Botafogo(172)-63
	creating with rubber sheet layouts; Kaltenbach(174)-104
	Extended Dexter model representation of; Gronbaek(15)-155
	Hammond and Allinson, as path mechanism; Zellweger(54)-6
	HYPERDRAWER sequential ordering as a form of; Gloor(175)-109
	Hypertext '89 paper; Marshall(114)-15
	as navigational class; Schwabe(12)-122
	NoteCards, 
		as path mechanism; Zellweger(54)-6
		experiences with; Marshall(114)-15
	web site navigation use of; Schwabe(12)-118
	WWW, Juggler as system for; Dieberger(17)-174
guidelines, 
	for evaluating hyperdocument quality; Brown(141)-9
Gutenberg technology, 
	importance of divorcing hypertext from the prime directive of; Moulthrop(188)-294