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HAM (Hypertext Abstract Machine), 
	See Also classification, pioneer systems; models; 
	cited by Bapat-203; Zhang(55)-
	concepts and terminology, overview; Bigelow(111)-398
	database for DynamicDesign; Bigelow(111)-397
	as design idea source for the Dexter hypermedia reference model; Osterbye(13)-129, Halasz(299)-30
	Dynamic Design built on; Bigelow(111)-397
	Flag taxonomy classification as hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-130
	functionality description; Campbell(87)-22
	GraphLog relation to; Consens(134)-280
	HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit) relationship to; Puttress(143)-26
	HyperBase (GMD) relationship to; Schutt(148)-105
	as hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
		compared with; Bapat(20)-204, Bapat(20)-206
		precursor; Bapat(20)-203
	Hypertext '87 paper; Campbell(87)-21
	knowledge acquisition use of; Kaindl(192)-346
	operations, characteristics; Campbell(87)-24
	supporting environment for DynamicDesign CASE environment; Bigelow(111)-397
hand-held computing, 
	graphically-oriented query-based browsing systems for; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
HART (Hypermedia Authoring Research Toolkit), 
	ECHT '94 paper; Robertson(260)-177
HB1 hyperbase system, 
	See Also hyperbases; 
	Extended Dexter model compared with; Gronbaek(15)-150
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
HB2 hyperbase system, 
	See Also hyperbases; 
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
HB3 hyperbase system, 
	See Also hyperbases; 
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
	as hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
	HyperStorM compared with; Bapat(20)-204, Bapat(20)-206
HBMS (hyperbase management system), 
	See Also hyperbases; 
	contrasted with link database; Wiil(14)-147
	hypermedia storage provided by; Wiil(14)-140
	open system architecture use of; Wiil(14)-140
HBproc (hyperbase process), 
	See Also hyperbases; 
	as HOSS hyperbase system; Nuernberg(19)-199
HCMT (HOSS Communications Model Toolkit), 
	components of; Nuernberg(19)-199
HCT (Hypertext Compiling Tools), 
	ECHT '92 paper; Caloini(205)-91
HDM (Hypermedia Design Model), 
	See Also models; 
	as hypermedia application design model; Gronbaek(15)-150
	Hypertext '91 paper; Garzotto(190)-313, Garzotto(190)-314
	information reuse issue analysis in terms of; Garzotto(10)-94
	link categories, Extended Dexter model relationship to; Gronbaek(15)-150
	OOHDM relationship to; Schwabe(12)-126
	content cues available in paper documents, value of; Walker(106)-313
Heath, Ray, 
	studies of the development of pluralistic thinking in Princeton students; Beeman(92)-69
	active, Trellis use for; Stotts(183)-221
	hypertext, altering in response to user preferences and actions; Stotts(183)-220
	online, for other software; Akscyn(86)-3
	link apprentice pattern extraction in; Bernstein(28)-250
	See Also classification, pioneer systems; 
	See Also open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
		ABC support of existing applications in a; Smith(180)-182
		document interchange issues in; Bieber(182)-213
		failure of current hypermedia tools to support; Malcolm(168)-13
		integrating dynamic hypertext interfaces into; Bieber(182)-203
	as hypermedia platform dimension, characteristics of; Wiil(14)-141
	clinical, incorporating into a hypertext; Frisse(91)-58
Heywood, Peter, 
	goals in development of the Intermedia Biology course; Beeman(92)-72
	advantages for handling hypertext structures as; Hara(173)-88
	as aggregation principle, limitations for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-236
	browsing of, table of contents use for; Boy(171)-53
	contiguity relations easier to learn than; Oren(105)-300
	CYBERMAPs, as method of handling large documents; Gloor(175)-117
	document organization, nested context model support of; Casanova(181)-193
	importance to understanding written information; Smith(100)-200
	information, role in writing; Smith(100)-199
	link management using, in Storyspace; Bernstein(28)-246
	models, documentation and training use of; Moulthrop(188)-293
	network search engine, See information retrieval; 
	of documents and links, IDE support for, compared with Hypermedia Templates; Catlin(178)-148
	organization, representation with a semantic link type; Frisse(91)-61
	representations, text; Charney(94)-112
		not required for Hypermedia Template groups; Catlin(178)-158
		required in IDE groups; Catlin(178)-158
	similarity relation representation; Oren(105)-300
	Storyspace support for; Bernstein(28)-245
		application of fisheye technique to; Remde(98)-177
		in NoteCards; Halasz(108)-348
		information hiding in; Kaltenbach(174)-92
		KMS limited to expressing; Nanard(191)-330
		knowledge representation tradeoffs between relational links and; Marshall(103)-263
		NoteCards filebox card type provides a; Trigg(93)-92
		NoteCards mechanism for handling structure; Marshall(103)-255
		role in KMS design; Akscyn(86)-15
	traditional author/reader, destabilizing influence of hypertext on; Moulthrop(188)-292
	WE structure data type, how used; Smith(100)-207
	WE tree mode, 
		moving between network mode and; Smith(100)-203
		used to help build; Smith(100)-203
	paper documentation virtue; Oren(105)-294
	See Also HyperCafe; MAVIS (Microcosm Architecture for Video, Image, and Sound); Miyabi; 
	content-oriented integrated hypermedia system; Hirata(2)-11
	Hypertext '96 paper; Hirata(2)-11
	system architecture; Hirata(2)-17
	See Also navigation; user interface; 
	detecting subtle relationships among historical documents, link apprentice use for; Bernstein(28)-251
	Hyperties application; Shneiderman(99)-191
		GraphLog mechanism; Consens(134)-278
		WWW browsers, navigation role; Jones(16)-162
	lists, tracking both browsed and edited nodes in a frame-based hypertext; Kaindl(192)-350
	mechanism, importance for users of Kiosk software reuse library; Creech(169)-36
		See Also versioning; 
		videotext, version control use of; Sawhney(1)-9
	trail, navigational strategy used by hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system); Arons(25)-134
	usage, electronic document system value; Walker(106)-313
	user, reading, CYBERMAP use to provide a personalized view of the document; Gloor(175)-110
	user actions, maintained by Document Examiner; Walker(106)-320
	user activity, CID recording of; Boy(171)-51
HMP (Hypermedia Presentation DTD), 
	as HyTime application; Buford(11)-113
	link apprentice pattern extraction in; Bernstein(28)-251
homonym concept, 
	nested context model as an extension of Neptune's; Casanova(181)-194
Horn clauses, 
	converting And/Or graphs into; Schwabe(150)-127
HOSS hypermedia operating system, 
	See Also models; open hypermedia systems (OHS); operating systems, hypermedia; system(s); 
	Hypertext '96 paper; Nuernberg(19)-194
HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit), 
	ECHT '90 paper; Puttress(143)-25
	See Also dynamic; MAVIS (Microcosm Architecture for Video, Image, and Sound); 
	moving, audio and video navigation with, in Himotoki; Hirata(2)-18
	See Also WWW (World Wide Web); 
	IWHD '95 paper; Friendly(73)-159
	LogicWeb compared with; Loke(23)-240
HPMT (HOSS Process Model Toolkit), 
	components of; Nuernberg(19)-199
Hsh (HOSS shell), 
	See Also system(s); user interface; 
	characteristics; Nuernberg(19)-200
	HOSS development plans; Nuernberg(19)-200
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), 
	See Also URL (Uniform Resource Locator)s; WWW (World-Wide Web); 
	browsers, layers not possible in; Schwabe(12)-126
	compared with Toolbook implementation of an OOHDM model; Schwabe(12)-125
	HyTime relationship to; Buford(11)-112
	cognition, nature of cognitive styles as a contral problem for; Beeman(92)-67
		representation, ACE advantages for; Hara(173)-79
		scope and future of, expert interviews concerning, as basis for MIT Media Lab hyperspeech database; Arons(25)-135
	survival, cognitive role of exceptions in; Oren(105)-300
	art, retrieving with media-based information retrieval tools; Hirata(237)-159
	Bible, uncovering patterns in, with HyperSet; Parunak(230)-73
	classical studies; Mylonas(310)-270
		Intermedia facilitation of instruction goals; Ess(187)-280
		Intermedia use in, summary of benefits; Ess(187)-288
	electronic art museum, media-based navigation using Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
	fiction, hypertext theory; Michalak(238)-174
	humanists as print reactionaries, deleterious impact on hypertext development; Moulthrop(188)-294
	hypertext use for teaching; Ess(187)-277
	Paris guide system, media-based navigation using Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
	scholars, role in the definition of hypertext rhetoric; Moulthrop(188)-292
	Shakespeare, linking to the OED with a dynamic link resolution architecture; Tompa(234)-118
humming a song, 
	media-based navigation using, in Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
Hush (Hyper Utility Shell), 
	LogicWeb compared with; Loke(23)-240
	ECHT '92 paper; Marmann(219)-232
	HyTime engine, characteristics and use; Buford(11)-113
	HyperCard integration with KSS0 knowledge-based system; Kaindl(192)-347
	as hypermedia context, HyTime suitability question; Buford(11)-108
hyperaudio systems, 
	hyperspeech, as a subset of; Arons(25)-133
	advantages compared with file systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
	conceptual relationship management in, compared with MacWeb; Nanard(191)-333
		as extension to research in; Nuernberg(19)-201
		HBproc system; Nuernberg(19)-199
	HyperBase (Aalborg), 
		as hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
		HyperStorM compared with; Bapat(20)-204
	HyperBase (GMD), ECHT'90 paper; Schutt(148)-95
	HyperBase (GMD-IPSI), 
		as hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
		HyperStorM compared with; Bapat(20)-204
		characteristics and examples; Osterbye(13)-130
		operating system processes for handling; Nuernberg(19)-198
	legal, ECHT'90 paper; Wilson(156)-194
	management systems (HBMS); Wiil(14)-140
	open system architecture use of; Wiil(14)-140
		concurrency control issues; Wiil(225)-14
		system requirements not supported by current database systems; Wiil(225)-14
	user modification of, supporting; Schwabe(12)-127
	See Also dynamic; Engelbart award; Himotoki; links; time; 
	Hypertext '96 paper; Sawhney(1)-1
	unique properties of; Sawhney(1)-9
	See Also projects, systems; 
	CID prototype developed with; Boy(171)-58
	context specification in, compared with CMIFed facilities; Hardman(39)-183
	CYBERMAP prototype developed using; Gloor(175)-111
	as design idea source for the Dexter hypermedia reference model; Halasz(299)-30
	Extended Dexter modeling of 'goto' links; Gronbaek(15)-157
	flying navigation tool constructed on top of; Lai(176)-127
	Videobook relationship to, bibliographic reference; Ogawa(144)-39
	See Also sets; taxonomy; 
	as hypermedia topology; Parunak(116)-46
	set similarity measures use of; Parunak(230)-73
	topologies, limitations for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-237
	See Also models; open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	characteristics as open hypermedia model; Wiil(14)-141
	Flag taxonomy classification as open hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-131
	Hyperform as foundation for; Osterbye(13)-131
	Hypertext '96 paper; Wiil(14)-140
	as open hyperbase hypermedia platform, characteristics; Wiil(14)-147
	as open hypermedia system; Osterbye(13)-129
	design issues; Gloor(175)-110
	term definition and characteristics, as CYBERMAP aggregate; Gloor(175)-109
	as HOSS application; Nuernberg(19)-200
	See Also engines; open hypermedia systems (OHS); projects, engines; 
	as precursor of HyperDisco; Wiil(14)-140
	ECHT '92 paper; Wiil(221)-251
	as HyperDisco foundation; Osterbye(13)-131
	as hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
	HyperStorM compared with; Bapat(20)-204, Bapat(20)-206
	as open hypermedia system; Osterbye(13)-129
	Link Apprentice, ECHT '90 paper; Bernstein(157)-214
	ECHT '90 paper; Bruza(149)-109
	Hypertext '89 paper; Yoder(125)-159
		administrative data browser; Tompa(234)-118
		bridge construction; Gronbaek(226)-25
		change management consulting; Bareiss(232)-94
		contemporary American history; Bareiss(232)-94
		design process, using OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-120
		electronic art museum; Hirata(237)-159
		English water business; Bareiss(232)-94
		industrial development; Bareiss(232)-94
		literary scholars; Tompa(234)-118
		mechanical engineering; Gronbaek(226)-25
		military training; Bareiss(232)-94
		military transportation planning; Bareiss(232)-94
		OODBMS support for, HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-203
		organization structure analysis and manipulation for a research division; Lucarella(227)-39
		Paris guide system; Hirata(237)-159
		social services for Mexican immigrants; Bareiss(232)-94
		software development; Gronbaek(226)-25
		trust bank consulting; Bareiss(232)-94
		tunnel construction; Gronbaek(226)-25
	as integration tool for data, tools and services in a concurrent engineering environment; Malcolm(168)-14
	authoring tools, Knowledge Weasel; Lawton(233)-106
	characteristics; Hardman(39)-183
		modularity, importance for flexibility; Shackelford(224)-1
	classification of systems, 
		according to scope; Halasz(108)-350
		browsing or authoring; Halasz(108)-351
		by task domain; Halasz(108)-351
	command interpreter, HOSS development plans; Nuernberg(19)-200
	components, design objects for building; Thuring(179)-161
	converting flat-text document into, with CID; Boy(171)-51
	data, integrating into a total information environment, importance in large industrial applications; Malcolm(168)-15
	data model, 
		ABC graph server, issues addressed by; Smith(180)-190
		embodying semantic relationships among software project components in; Smith(180)-180
		Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
		user interface design issues; Shibata(231)-82
	design issues for; Halasz(108)-345
		KMS approach to; Akscyn(86)-1, Akscyn(86)-8
		summary table of; Akscyn(86)-9
	design principles, 
		incoherent hyperdocuments and how to avoid them; Thuring(179)-161
		used in The Dickens Web; Catlin(178)-151
	design space, Extended Dexter goals; Gronbaek(15)-150
	digressive nature and inherent multiplicity of, implications of; Moulthrop(188)-294
	distributed systems, ABC; Smith(180)-179
	document retrieval contrasted with; Egan(189)-299
	as document that intermingles interactive structure with content; Rosenberg(3)-22
		components; Bieber(182)-213
		document interchange issues; Bieber(182)-213
		interface, as a generic information system front end; Bieber(182)-211
		link transitions as; Kaltenbach(174)-91
		linking issues; Shibata(231)-82
		modeling for non-hypertext systems; Bieber(182)-203
		role of search and query in; Bernstein(28)-250
		ASKTool as; Cleary(4)-31
		compared with Notes (CMU); Neuwirth(95)-130
		application-independent, MacWeb characterized by; Nanard(191)-340
		as intemediary layer between hypertext applications and the persistent storage system; Schutt(148)-95
		design, progression of generality in (figure); Buford(11)-107
		for dynamic hypertext interface to non-hypertext systems; Bieber(182)-205
		HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-203
		not specified in the HyTime standard; Buford(11)-113
		See Also HAM; 
		See Also Hyperform; 
		term definition; Bapat(20)-203
	environment, limitations of NoteCards as a; Halasz(108)-345
	in Extended Dexter model, characteristics and attributes; Gronbaek(15)-155
		building a set-based system from; Parunak(184)-240
		limitations for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-236
		set-based hypermedia compared with; Parunak(184)-233
	history; Oren(105)-291
	Hypermedia Museum, as Himotoki application; Hirata(2)-19
	Hypermedia Templates; Catlin(178)-147
	industrial strength, requirements for a large engineering enterprise; Malcolm(168)-13
	intelligent, knowledge stored in the model; Nanard(191)-330
	interactive speech-only, hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system), related work; Arons(25)-134
	knowledge bases, organizing, with Trans-ASK, an artificial intelligence-based hypermedia system; Bareiss(232)-94
	lack o multi-user tools, deleterious effect on hypertext use in large industrial environments; Malcolm(168)-17
	mapping application objects to, using bridge laws; Bieber(182)-209
	modeling, using functional dependencies among associative link attributes for; Hara(173)-77
	models, time-based; Ogawa(144)-40
	monolithic, characteristics and examples; Osterbye(13)-130
	MOO navigation compared with; Dieberger(17)-171
	nature of, power derived from dual use as information manager and as structure representation; Marshall(186)-261
		nested; Noik(240)-192
		user interface design issues; Shibata(231)-82
	objects, storage organization issues; Malcolm(168)-22
	operating systems, 
		as a computing paradigm; Nuernberg(19)-194
		characteristics of; Nuernberg(19)-195
		Hypertext'96 paper; Nuernberg(19)-194
		computing; Nuernberg(19)-194
		human computer interaction; Nuernberg(19)-194
		information organization; Nuernberg(19)-194
		operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-194
	pioneers, See pioneer systems; 
	platforms; Wiil(14)-140
	presentations, time-based issues; Hardman(39)-183
	publishing; Crane(90)-51
		intellectual property rights, Xanadu analysis; Samuelson(170)-39
	query, resulting from Kiosk full-text search, reusability of; Creech(169)-34
	reference models, 
		HAM, knowledge acquisition use of; Kaindl(192)-346
		node-and-link, limitations for complex hypertext design; Garzotto(190)-314
		object-oriented, incorporating knowledge by the use of structure types with an; Nanard(191)-329
		See Also models, reference; 
	representing internal node structure by slots; Kaindl(192)-346
	research testbed, ABC goal; Smith(180)-182
	reuse motivations; Garzotto(10)-94
	semantic networks compared with; Kaindl(192)-346
	semantic templates, improving structure regularities with; Nanard(191)-332
	services for data storage and access, design constraints; Shackelford(224)-1
	set definition of; Garg(110)-377
		building from a graph-based system; Parunak(184)-240
		for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-233
		graph-based hypermedia compared with; Parunak(184)-233
		interface, domains for; Parunak(184)-234
		overcoming graph-based hypermedia limitations for taxonomic reasoning with; Parunak(184)-236
	shared, navigation problems in; Hara(173)-76
		contrasted with dynamic hypertext systems; Bieber(182)-203
		customer training applications at Boeing, contrasted with integrated open hypertext; Malcolm(168)-15
		scope of contrasted with volatile hypertexts; Bernstein(28)-244
		volatile hypertexts contrasted with; Bernstein(28)-243
		window layout as representation of; Kaltenbach(174)-91
	structure, Dexter description; Halasz(299)-32
	success of, measurement parameters; Bernstein(28)-244
		card-oriented, aggregate research of; Botafogo(172)-64
		card-oriented, HDM browsing semantics compatible with; Garzotto(190)-315
		content-oriented system architecture; Hirata(2)-11
		icomparison of printed journals and full-text retrieval with, n performing representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
		MAX real-time hypertext-DSS system, U.S. Coast Guard use; Bieber(182)-204
		states, linking with rubber sheet layouts; Kaltenbach(174)-101
		structured; Cleary(4)-31
		term definition; Garzotto(190)-314
	taxonomy of a, (figure); Kaindl(192)-348
	term definition; Bernstein(28)-244
	textual criticism, reasons for lack of; Bernstein(28)-256
	time-based presentations, context as linking control mechanism for; Hardman(39)-183
	transport protocol; Shibata(231)-82
	unique characteristics, value of; Moulthrop(188)-293
	user interface design; Shibata(231)-82
	voice-I/O, issues addressed by HyperPhone; Arons(25)-134
		characteristics and architectures for; Bernstein(28)-243
		managing with a dynamic link resolution architecture; Tompa(234)-118
		pattern recognition in dynamically changing; Bernstein(28)-253
		target audience characteristics; Bernstein(28)-244
	writing, reasons for not using in; Trigg(93)-95
hypermedia platforms, 
	hand-held computing, graphically-oriented query-based browsing systems for; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
	HyperCard, Perseus project; Mylonas(310)-270
	Macintosh, DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architectured; Gronbaek(226)-25
	media format conversion, knowledge agent role in; Shibata(231)-82
	PC, Microcosm link service; Hall(307)-256
	platform-independent architectures, 
		DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture; Gronbaek(226)-25
		user interface design issues; Shibata(231)-82
	Unix, DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architectured; Gronbaek(226)-25
hypermedia research issues, 
	See Also representation of spatial hypertext; 
	access from outside a hypermedia system; Trigg(93)-95
	AI representation framework; Cleary(4)-31
	analysis of, hypermedia application; Akscyn(86)-1
	anchor typing; Nanard(228)-51
	anchored links, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	artificial intelligence; Bareiss(232)-94, Nanard(228)-51
	automatic indexing, current research that has hypertext relevance; Walker(106)-321
	automatic link generation; Wiil(225)-145, Salton(235)-131
	bandwidth required by graphics; Raskin(107)-326
	closure; Oren(105)-295
	collaboration; Wiil(225)-14, Shackelford(224)-1, Gronbaek(226)-25
	completeness across subgraphs, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	composite objects, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	consistency across subgraphs, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	context; Hardman(39)-183
		in non-linear documentation; Conklin(102)-250
	converting text to hypertext; Raymond(96)-143
		selecting good candidates for; Raymond(96)-146
	distinguishing OHSs from other hypermedia systems; Osterbye(13)-129
	distributed systems; Shackelford(224)-1
	document types, deciding which are appropriate for hypertext; Raymond(96)-143
	dynamic link generation; Tompa(234)-118
	encoding goal-directed exposition into networks; Smith(100)-201
	extensibility, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	fisheye views; Noik(240)-192
	graphical user interface; Lucarella(227)-39
	lack of information and tool integration in computing environments; Wiil(14)-140
	legal, for hypertext publishing; Jones, III, Esq.(109)-367
		GOTO nature of non-hierarchical links; Brown(88)-38
		meaning of; Raskin(107)-327
		number of; Raskin(107)-328
		optimal number of; Oren(105)-299
	location; Oren(105)-296
	media-based navigation; Hirata(237)-159
	model-based systems; Bareiss(232)-94
		global disorientation; Conklin(102)-250
		local structure only leads to confusion; Smith(100)-201
		over; Conklin(102)-248
	next generation; Akscyn(86)-18
		defining from existing documents; Raymond(96)-144
		grain size; Marshall(103)-265
		optimal node size; Oren(105)-299
		size of; Raymond(96)-147
	non-text media, 
		annotating; Lawton(233)-106
		information retrieval; Shibata(231)-82
		media-based navigation; Hirata(237)-159
	open architecture for applications, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	partitioning the hypermedia graph, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	pen-based platforms; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
	performance, Document Examiner; Walker(106)-321
	power and authority, HyperCafe vs traditional cinema; Sawhney(1)-7
	premature concept segmentation, gIBIS attempt to deal with; Conklin(102)-250
	query-based navigation; Marshall(242)-217, Lucarella(227)-39, Ichimura(229)-63, Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
	in reuse of hypermedia; Garzotto(10)-93
	scaling up for large applications, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	screen control; Smolensky(101)-215
	searching, completeness and relevance; Oren(105)-298
	semantic burden placement between nodes and links; Marshall(103)-265
	spatial layout, which to use in a knowledge representation scheme; Marshall(103)-266
	spatial navigation; Marshall(242)-217, Ichimura(229)-63
	speed; Raskin(107)-328
	structure; Marshall(242)-217
	taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(230)-73
	timing synchronization; Hardman(39)-183
	user interface; Ichimura(229)-63
	writing activities, styles and situations which are not appropriate for hypertext; Trigg(93)-90
hypermedia systems issues, 
	See access control; access, control; concurrency; garbage-collectable pages; integrity; maintenance; memory, management; notification control; object-orientation; RCS (Revision Control System); resource allocation; reuse; scalability; scheduling; scope; security; Seven Issues; version control; 
hypermedia task purposes, 
	academic research; Michalak(238)-174
	collaboration; Wiil(225)-14, Shackelford(224)-1
	information farming; Bernstein(305)-242
	information retrieval; Salton(235)-131
	literature creation; Michalak(238)-174
	understanding overall structure; Noik(240)-192
Hypermedia Templates, 
	characteristics and use; Catlin(178)-148
	Hypertext '91 paper; Catlin(178)-147
HyperPhone system, 
	voice I/O hypermedia issues addressed by; Arons(25)-134
	ECHT '92 paper; Osterbye(199)-33
	ECHT '94 paper; Osterbye(259)-167
	characteristics and use; Parunak(184)-237
	Hypertext '91 paper; Parunak(184)-233
	set-based hypertext, classification experiences using; Parunak(230)-73
	as set-based hypertext system; Rosenberg(3)-23
	sets as fundamental entities in; Parunak(184)-237
	lost-in syndrome, discourse cue aids for; Charney(94)-109
	term definition; Afrati(145)-54
hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system), 
	HyperCafe relationship to; Sawhney(1)-2
	HyperPhone comparison with; Arons(25)-134
	Hypertext '91 paper; Arons(25)-133
	IWHD '95 paper; Sanchez(82)-239
HyperStorm (Hypermedia Document Storage and Modeling), 
	Hypertext '96 paper; Bapat(20)-203
	CID prototype developed with; Boy(171)-58
Hypertext '87 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
Hypertext '89 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
Hypertext '91 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
Hypertext '93 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
Hypertext '96 conference, 
	See conferences page; 
hypertext abstract machines, 
	HyperBase (GMD); Schutt(148)-95
Hypertext Hotel MOO, 
	See Also MOO (MUD Object Oriented); 
	http://duke.cs.brown.edu port 8888/; Dieberger(17)-172
	room editor for; Dieberger(17)-178
Hypertext Medical Handbook, 
	Hypertext '87 paper; Frisse(91)-57
'Hypertext on Hypertext', 
	ACE applied to, experimental results; Hara(173)-85
	See Also classification, pioneer systems; projects, systems; 
	applications of; Shneiderman(99)-191
	as design idea source for the Dexter hypermedia reference model; Halasz(299)-30
	functionality; Shneiderman(99)-189
	Hypertext '87 paper; Shneiderman(99)-189
	See Also multimedia; video; 
	HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-1
	tool, characteristics and potentials; Sawhney(1)-8
	See Also Engelbart award; 
	Hypertext '96 paper; Weiss(18)-180
HyQ query language, 
	See Also information, retrieval; query(s); 
	ECHT '94 paper; Christophides(261)-186
	HyTime, feature analysis of; Buford(11)-110
HYTEA project, 
	HDM as a component of, characteristics; Garzotto(190)-313
HyTime standard, 
	See Also dynamic; HyQ query language; multimedia; standards; time; 
	API (application program interface), not defined in the standard; Buford(11)-113
	benefits; Buford(11)-106
	design feature analysis; Buford(11)-110
	ECHT '94 paper; Christophides(261)-186
	evaluation of; Buford(11)-105
	Extended Dexter, 
		proposed support for paired source and destination endpoints in (note); Gronbaek(15)-153
		relationship to; Gronbaek(15)-150
	Hypertext '96 paper; Buford(11)-105
	presentation and interaction deficiencies of; Buford(11)-107
	Videobook relationship to, bibliographic reference; Ogawa(144)-39