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I-SHYS (Intelligent Software Hypertext System), 
	an active hypertext software engineering environment, characteristics of; Garg(112)-410
	creativity promoting intention; Garg(112)-424
		XEROX PARC Colab project in Foster bibliographic references; Garg(112)-430
	Hypertext '87 paper; Garg(112)-409
	interrelationships of agents, tasks; Garg(112)-422
	limitations of; Garg(112)-426
IBIS (Issue Based Information System), 
	characteristics and systems which implement; McCall(152)-153
	design deliberation model being developed by MCC; Conklin(102)-247
	design method characteristics; Conklin(102)-248
	methods, concepts description; Conklin(102)-247
	PHI use in AAA; Schuler(151)-137
IBIS (Issue-Based Information System), 
	abstract network, as a knowledge structure, (figure); Marshall(186)-262
	characteristics and PHI relationship to; Fischer(120)-107
	method description; Conklin(102)-248
	software design use of; Marshall(186)-261
	delivery platform for Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-191
	gIBIS use to represent nodes and links in gIBIS; Conklin(102)-249
	local, location cue technique; Oren(105)-297
IDE (Instructional Design Environment), 
	conceptual relationship management in, compared with MacWeb; Nanard(191)-333
	Fat Links, Extended Dexter model support for; Gronbaek(15)-155
	Hypermedia Templates compared with; Catlin(178)-148
	Hypermedia Templates contrasted with; Catlin(178)-158
	Hypertext '89 paper; Jordan(119)-93
	influence on Aquanet; Marshall(186)-262
	knowledge representation focus of; Marshall(186)-261
	NoteCards relationship to; Jordan(119)-94
	structuring mechanisms arising out of experience with Notecards; Nanard(191)-331
	communication of, hypertext value for; Oren(105)-299
	connectivity issues in current hypertext rhetoric; Moulthrop(188)-294
	detecting subtle relationships among, link apprentice use for; Bernstein(28)-251
	gestation process, value of volatile hypertext for dealing with; Bernstein(28)-244
	idea generator, Kiosk use as; Creech(169)-33
	large complex structures of, building with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	processing of, principle activities; Marshall(103)-254
	comparison of EUCLID with; Smolensky(101)-233
IDM (Interactive Dynamic Maps), 
	ECHT '94 paper; Zizi(255)-126
	IWHD '95 paper; Zizi(67)-97
IGD (Interactive Graphical Documents), 
	abstraction mechanisms in; Botafogo(172)-64
	as design idea source for the Dexter hypermedia reference model; Halasz(299)-30
	HOSS use of; Nuernberg(19)-199
IMAD (Integrated Maintenance Advisor), 
	Hypertext '89 paper; Hayes(121)-119
	See Also video; 
	annotating, issues involved with; Lawton(233)-106
	annotation of, Knowledge Weasel use for; Lawton(233)-106
	compression/decompression techniques, importance for an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-22
	content-based navigation in; Hirata(2)-11
	logic programming handling of; Loke(23)-236
	media-based navigation using, in Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
	navigation in; Lewis(21)-215
	recognition engine use, in Himotoki; Hirata(2)-18
	screen, importance of smooth transitions between for hypertext users; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	still video, integration into hypermedia environment as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	varying node content based on preceding; Kendall(8)-77
import data, 
	KMS support of; Akscyn(86)-16
impressionistic tools, 
	importance for understanding complex concepts; Bernstein(28)-249
	See Also enactment; narratives; 
	hypertextual approaches to; Kendall(8)-74
	graphs, as ACE exception type; Hara(173)-80
	link types, weaknesses for expressing logical hypertext structure; Nanard(191)-330
	relationships, generating decomposition graphs from, ABC tools for; Smith(180)-189
	See Also information, retrieval; navigation; 
	access paths in gIBIS; Conklin(102)-249
	as access structure, in OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	adaptive, illustration of SuperBook features; Remde(98)-183
		creating hypertext structure from linear documents with; Nanard(191)-331
		current research that has hypertext relevance; Walker(106)-321
		CYBERMAP's use to identify related nodes; Gloor(175)-110
	by documentation readers, permitted in DIF; Garg(112)-415
	content analysis based on, in CYBERMAP; Gloor(175)-112
	content search mechanism, supported by query-based access in OpenBook system; Ichimura(229)-63
	context displaying, Document Examiner facilities for; Walker(106)-320
		for hypertext documents; Boy(171)-51
		value for both design and operational documentation; Boy(171)-57
	as data structure that facilitates global navigation; Frisse(128)-200
	deficiencies of context-free descriptors; Boy(171)-54
	documents for use in hypertext, as CID capability; Boy(171)-51
	embedded menus vs, experimental studies on with Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-192
	entries, semantics of; Garg(110)-390
	extracting terms from text, in CID; Boy(171)-53
		Pixlook System support of; Egan(189)-303
		SuperBook System support of; Egan(189)-302
	generation in CYBERMAP; Gloor(175)-113
	hyperindices; Bruza(149)-109
	in electronic documents; Walker(106)-313
	in media-based navigation systems; Hirata(237)-159
	in text to hypertext conversion, the most difficult step; Frisse(91)-58
	index nodes, term definition and characteristics; Botafogo(172)-64
	information retrieval issues, small document vs graph traversal approach; Frisse(91)-59
		hypertext information retrieval use of; Frisse(91)-61
		limitations of in searching; Walker(106)-317
	manual generation, 
		as gold standard for judging recall and precision; Cleary(4)-33
		ASK system use of; Cleary(4)-32
	as navigational class; Schwabe(12)-122
	network structures, importance for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
	online, difficulties with; Wright(167)-7
	overview map generation with automatic, CYBERMAP use of; Gloor(175)-108
	paper documents, value of; Walker(106)-312
	problems with multiple referents for the same term, CID solutions to; Boy(171)-53
	rich, characteristics of; Remde(98)-177
	separating index space from document space, in CID; Boy(171)-58
	similarity relation representation; Oren(105)-300
	topology relationship to document topology; Frisse(128)-202
	user-defined terms, capability of SuperBook; Remde(98)-177
	user-generated, in DIF documentation; Garg(112)-415
	user-generated synonyms, in SuperBook; Remde(98)-178
	support for within a collaborative learning environment, as a consequence of Intermedia use in a philosophy of science course; Ess(187)-284
	extracting database schemas from hypertext structure; Hara(173)-76
	of aggregated connections from the hypertext graph, as ACE defining characteristic; Hara(173)-79
industrial-strength hypertext, 
	backup, support required for hyperbases; Wiil(225)-14
	building with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	change management, modular hypermedia system component; Shackelford(224)-1
	collaborative distributed hypertext system, concurrency control issues; Wiil(225)-14
	fault tolerance issues, graph-based data model solutions; Shackelford(224)-1
	Hypertext '91 paper; Malcolm(168)-13
	large engineering groups (Boeing); Malcolm(168)-13
	manufacturing control systems; Parunak(230)-73
	performance, graph-based data model solutions; Shackelford(224)-1
	requirements for; Wiil(225)-14
	software development, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-184
	Inference ART, user interface research using; Kaltenbach(174)-96
	role in construction of meaning; Thuring(179)-164
	major influence on the design of Document Examiner; Walker(106)-314
	See Also data; layers; models; structure(s); 
	agents, user-created link profile used by the HieNet; Wiil(225)-145
	analysis, as a knowledge structuring task; Marshall(186)-261
		set-based hypertext value for study of; Parunak(184)-238
		use in formulating questions and validating answers; Lai(176)-124
	base, linking components of a heterogeneous, value in a large industrial environment; Malcolm(168)-17
	bibliographic, linking principles in The Dickens Web; Catlin(178)-151
	chunks, term definition in mathematics of formal hypertext model; Afrati(145)-57
	collages, well structured, as goal of Dynaboard project; Kaltenbach(174)-91
	complex, richly interconnected, and cross-referenced, accessing with book-like node structuring in OpenBook system; Ichimura(229)-63
	composite, importance of tools to dynamically display; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	content, hypertext objects represented in a set theoretic model; Garg(110)-380
	design principles, applying to hypermedia design; Catlin(178)-147
	displays, importance of smooth transitions among; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	dynamic hypermedia spaces; Shibata(231)-82
	electronic access to, as hypermedia advantage in the aerospace industry; Malcolm(168)-14
	electronic delivery vehicles, SuperBook as a; Remde(98)-175
	engineering systems, characteristics and requirements; Malcolm(168)-17
	environment, posthierarchical, hypertext role in; Moulthrop(188)-292
	exploration, graphically-oriented query-based browsing systems; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
	farming, term definition; Bernstein(305)-242
	flexible processing environment, value for humanities education; Ess(187)-284
	heterogeneous environments, 
		document interchange issues in; Bieber(182)-213
		integrating dynamic hypertext interfaces into, (HT'91 paper); Bieber(182)-203
		as hypertext research issue addressed by ABC graph server; Smith(180)-186
		as issue addressed by ABC; Smith(180)-191
		clusters as mechanism for; Weiss(18)-180
		in LogicWeb system; Loke(23)-237
		rubber sheet layout use for mathematical proofs; Kaltenbach(174)-100
		See Also complexity management; 
		See Also object-oriented; 
		Storyspace support of; Bernstein(28)-246
	improving usability, through database models; Hara(173)-75
	Information Supercollider, as variable node precursor; Kendall(8)-77
	large-scale, problems with bottom-up organization in; Hara(173)-75
		crucial differences between hypertext and print, social impact of; Moulthrop(188)-292
		customizing NoteCards to handle special needs; Trigg(93)-99
		humanities education, Intermedia value for; Ess(187)-280
		hypertext system, contrasted with knowledge structuring hypertext system; Marshall(186)-262
		in hypertext systems; Frisse(91)-61
		in software engineering; Garg(112)-409
		knowledge structuring use for hypertext contrasted with; Marshall(186)-261
		problems faced by doctors; Frisse(91)-57
		See Also Charney's discussion of discourse cues; 
	networks, how different from information hierarchies; Smith(100)-200
	node contents used to contain; Nanard(191)-330
		analyze a number of collections of; Parunak(230)-73
		term definition; Afrati(145)-55
	online services, Xanadu user models contrasted with those of; Samuelson(170)-45
	organizing, with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	posthierarchical environment, hypertext role in; Moulthrop(188)-292
	presentation, knowledge structuring use for hypertext contrasted with; Marshall(186)-261
		hypertext as, attaching methods to types in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-337
		hypertext as, discovery and use of hypertext structures for; De Young(159)-239
		hypertext as, frame-based hypertext use of procedural attachment to nodes; Kaindl(192)-349
		hypertext as, parameterization and functional attachment; Kaltenbach(174)-101
	resources, shared; Marshall(103)-256
	retrieval; Allan(5)-42, Hirata(2)-11
		adaptive aliasing, SuperBook use of; Remde(98)-175
		ASK systems; Cleary(4)-31
		CID paradigm description; Boy(171)-52
		CID recognition of descriptor importance; Boy(171)-53
		cluster hierarchies in hypertext; Crouch(130)-225
		content-based; Hirata(2)-11, Lewis(21)-215
		context-sensitive, importance for revision of technical documentation; Boy(171)-58
		context-sensitive, intelligent indexing requirements for; Boy(171)-51
		electronic book use differentiated from classical documentation set access; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
		Extended Dexter model support of search criteria in computed links; Gronbaek(15)-152
		from hypertext, Dynamic Medical Handbook project; Frisse(128)-199
		full-text, access to heterogeneous collections; Salton(235)-131
		full-text, in performing representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
		full-text, term extraction, CID use of; Boy(171)-53
		graphically-oriented query-based browsing systems; Charoenkitkarn(241)-206
		GraphLog visible query language; Consens(134)-269
		HYPERDRAWERs compared with clusters; Gloor(175)-109
		hyperindex use for; Bruza(149)-109
		hypermedia, support of at Boeing; Malcolm(168)-14
		hypermedia, visual interfaces, MORE’s graph-based environment; Lucarella(227)-39
		Hypertext'89 paper; Lesk(136)-305
		hypertext-based model, ECHT'90 paper; Lucarella(147)-81
		improving, by text passages and themes; Salton(6)-53
		in book-metaphor hypertext; Walker(106)-307
		in medical hypertexts; Frisse(91)-57
		in the Semi-Structured Toolkit; Perlman(308)-260
		incremental context acquisition; Boy(171)-52
		knowledge-intensive assistents for; Clitherow(135)-293
		link semantics use for; Frei(206)-102
		local context use for avoiding false hits; Salton(235)-131
		logical query language support for; Beeri(146)-78
		mechanisms for guiding hypertext; Nanard(191)-329
		media-based navigation , in Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
		medical; Frisse(91)-57
		model, Hypertext'89 paper; Croft(129)-213
		modular hypermedia system component; Shackelford(224)-1
		non-hypertext; Remde(98)-186
		non-text-based methods; Lewis(21)-215, Hirata(2)-11
		problem solving, Trans-ASK, an artificial intelligence-based hypermedia system; Bareiss(232)-94
		query-based, in OpenBook system; Ichimura(229)-63
		read wear concept, Juggler use of; Dieberger(17)-176
		relevance measure, logic programming tool for searching Web pages; Loke(23)-238
		search query reuse, Extended Dexter model facilities for representing; Gronbaek(15)-153
		See Also clusters; 
		See Also links; 
		See Also navigation; 
		shape-based, in Himotoki; Hirata(2)-18
		Smart system, dynamic linking with methods based on; Allan(5)-42
		Smart system, mixed retrieval strategy; Salton(6)-60
		software components, advantages of hypertext for; Creech(169)-27
		software components, effect of different techniques; Creech(169)-27
		strategies for; Salton(6)-58
		topographic, with the TOPOGPRAHIC graphical retrieval system; Hammwohner(97)-155
		typed anchors as an aid to precise information; Nanard(228)-51
		value of link and node typing for; Nanard(191)-333
		visual language for, MORE; Lucarella(227)-39
		facilitation by HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-203
		in hypermedia applications; Garzotto(10)-93
		search queries, Extended Dexter model facilities for representing; Gronbaek(15)-153
	scope, modelling with contexts; Hardman(39)-183
		clusters as mechanism for organizing; Weiss(18)-180
		fisheye views as aid in navigation of; Noik(240)-192
		implicit links; Perlman(308)-260
		large loosely-structured; Conklin(102)-248
		multidimensional hypervideo, need for 3D authoring and navigation tool; Sawhney(1)-9
		navigation in, with multiple views; Dieberger(17)-171
		See Also components; 
		See Also nodes; 
		See Also structures; 
		comparison with database schemas; Garg(110)-376
		set-based hypertext, classification experiences using; Parunak(230)-73
		table of contents value as illuminating; Walker(106)-313
		where hypertext is more efficient than database organization; Marshall(103)-263
	system independence, 
		requirements for dynamic hypertext interfaces that support; Bieber(182)-211
		tools for coordinating information systems with a dynamic hypertext interface; Bieber(182)-211
		design principles of dynamic hypertext interface as a front end for; Bieber(182)-211
		dynamic hypertext document interchange issues; Bieber(182)-213
		dynamic processing in, issues and proposals; Bieber(182)-203
		non-hypertext, dynamic hypertext interfaces for; Bieber(182)-203
	term definition, contrasted with knowledge; Nanard(191)-330
	type; Charney(94)-112
		frame as the KMS; Akscyn(86)-1
		notecard as the NoteCards; Halasz(108)-346
Ingres Reference Manual, 
	bibliographic reference; Garg(112)-409
	See Also object-orientation; 
	application to organizational links; Hara(173)-76
	Aquanet type hierarchy, based on CommonLisp Object System; Marshall(186)-265
	category specialization mechanism; Bapat(20)-209
	hierarchy, NoteCards card types defined in a; Trigg(93)-91
	Hypermedia Templates, plans for; Catlin(178)-159
	instance relationships, extracting structure from; Hara(173)-75
	Kiosk classification lattices use for; Creech(169)-30
		HyperStorM support of; Bapat(20)-208
		importance for hypertext knowledge representation; Nanard(191)-333
		importance for managing MacWeb type structures; Nanard(191)-335
		in Hyperform; Bapat(20)-204
	objects in a hypertext, set theoretic treatment; Garg(110)-380
	relations, in Extended Dexter model; Gronbaek(15)-151
	representing in hypertext, MacWeb use for; Nanard(191)-333
	single, CLASS "C" extension, Aquanet written in; Marshall(186)-271
	text, advantages of hypertext node partitioning for the selective; Kaindl(192)-345
	use in provided tightly coupled knowledge acquisition and hypertext functionality; Kaindl(192)-351
inline replacement of text, 
	advantages of; Brown(88)-36
input history, 
	user actions, maintained by Document Examiner; Walker(106)-320
Inside Macintosh, 
	ECHT '90 paper; Bechtel(165)-312
	into complex texts, Lynx tools that support the quest for; Bernstein(28)-249
	Lynx as a tool for extracting; Bernstein(28)-244
	See Also object-orientation; 
	base, Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-37
		definition; Halasz(299)-37
		hypertext model meaning compared with Flag taxonomy meaning; Osterbye(13)-130
	instantiator function, Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-37
	object-orientation, mathematical model; Garg(110)-380
	of open work concept, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	rule instantiators as automated linking method; Cleary(4)-33
	of topographic writing, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	See Alsoinstitutions web page; Alsoinstitutions web page; Alsopeople web page; 
	Apple Computer; Oren(105)-291
	Microsoft Press, bibliographic reference; Frisse(91)-57
	Owl Technology, bibliographic reference; Frisse(91)-57
	Symbolics, bibliographic reference; Walker(106)-307
	Xerox Special Information Systems, bibliographic reference; Frisse(91)-57
instruction manuals, 
	online, KMS support of; Akscyn(86)-3
Instructional Design Environment (IDE), 
	example of abstraction description in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-267
integrated software engineering environment, 
	creating by combining software engineering and hypertext; Garg(112)-409
	See Also open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	content-oriented, integrated navigation environment produced by; Hirata(2)-11
	documents, DIF software documentation management system; Garg(112)-410
	external tools, importance to software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27
	of global; Gronbaek(15)-149
	hypermedia as tool, for data, tools, and services in a concurrent engineering environment; Malcolm(168)-14
	hypermedia viewed as technology for, Boeing perspective; Malcolm(168)-15
	hypertext with expert systems, in a maintenance support application; Hayes(121)-119
	integrated computing environment, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	integrated documentation in CASE applications, comparison with structured hypertext; Nanard(191)-332
	of local and global hypermedia proposals, Extended Dexter model support for; Gronbaek(15)-158
	of media and content, navigational environment tools using; Hirata(2)-11
	model, HyperDisco compared with other open hypermedia platforms; Wiil(14)-147
	of dynamic hypertext interfaces into heterogeneous information environments; Bieber(182)-203
	of hypertext into existing information system applications and environments; Bieber(182)-203
	of information, as critical issue in information systems; Wiil(14)-140
	as open hypermedia system distinguishing characteristics; Osterbye(13)-129
	query and search, HyTime support; Buford(11)-109
	separation of runtime instantiations from structure issues; Osterbye(13)-130
	technology and meaning, rhetoric as the catalyst for; Moulthrop(188)-292
		applications, by link servers; Davis(247)-41
		viewers, tailorability importance to; Osterbye(13)-131
		hypermedia system design based on; Comparot(80)-1
		lack of, as critical problem for computing environments; Wiil(14)-140
		requirements for in open hypermedia systems; Wiil(14)-140
	See Also systems issues; systems requirements; 
	ABC subgraph typing as mechanism for ensuring artifact; Smith(180)-185
	application-specific, abstract hypermedia engine maintenance of; Bapat(20)-208
	as hypertext research issue addressed by ABC graph server; Smith(180)-186
	constraints, metaclass use for enforcing; Bapat(20)-207
	of artifact as a whole, as issue addressed by ABC; Smith(180)-191
	rules, in the semantics of text units; Hammwohner(97)-159
	support required for hyperbases; Wiil(225)-14
	typed subgraphs, as issue addressed by ABC graphical browser research; Smith(180)-191
	collaboration, supporting with a distributed hypermedia environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	manageability in hypertext systems, abstractions as an aid to; Botafogo(172)-64
		legal considerations; Jones, III, Esq.(109)-368
		motion picture industry contract-based protection, implications for digital media; Samuelson(170)-41
		rights for digital library and hypertext publishing systems an analysis of Xanadu; Samuelson(170)-39
		shared, ethical responsibility for its use, issues and solutions; Ess(187)-288
	analysts, hypertext requirements of; Bernstein(28)-244
	assessment, Lynx tools that support; Bernstein(28)-249
	hypertext, knowledge stored in the model; Nanard(191)-330
	software environment, objectives for the design of; Garg(112)-418
	tutoring systems, compared with information retrieval systems; Hammwohner(97)-168
		computational intractability of; Bernstein(28)-255
		importance for ObjectLens; Bernstein(28)-256
	semantics, Hypertext '87 paper; Collier(104)-273
inter-process communication (IPC), 
	compared with threading, in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
	hypermedia operating system requirements; Nuernberg(19)-199
	open hypermedia system issues; Osterbye(13)-132
	See Also dynamic; 
		characteristics and requirements; Malcolm(168)-19
		importance for large industrial environments; Malcolm(168)-17
	demonstrations, importance for users of Kiosk software reuse library; Creech(169)-36
	design patterns, providing support for; Schwabe(12)-127
	designing for in hypertext systems; Oren(105)-301
		accessing DSS components with; Bieber(182)-205
		compilation, virtual link marker handling; Bieber(182)-207
		DSS use of hypertext link markers with; Bieber(182)-204
	dynamic, HyperCafe handling of; Sawhney(1)-1
		characteristics of; Bolter(89)-42
		software for writing; Bolter(89)-41
		structure of; Bolter(89)-47
	human computer, as hypermedia paradigm; Nuernberg(19)-194
	HyperCafe plans for; Sawhney(1)-6
	as hypermedia component not addressed by HyTime; Buford(11)-106
	in hypertext fiction; Bolter(89)-41
	in a software process, attributes of; Garg(112)-426
	Interactive Kon-Tiki Museum, HyperCafe relationship to; Sawhney(1)-2
	interface, importance for users of Kiosk software reuse library; Creech(169)-36
	recovery, backtracking issues for flying navigation; Lai(176)-126
	semantics, HyOctane HyTime engine support of; Buford(11)-113
	software environment, objectives for the design of; Garg(112)-418
	speech-only hypertext, hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system), related work; Arons(25)-134
	structure operations, hypertext as; Rosenberg(3)-22
	task management system, for USS CARL VINSON; Akscyn(86)-2
	technologies, impact on hierarchical information environment; Moulthrop(188)-292
		impact of hypervideo interface on; Sawhney(1)-7
		interface, in Juggler; Dieberger(17)-177
	video and text, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-4
	See Also open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	format, compatibility with, importance for hypertext integration into existing information environments; Bieber(182)-214
	hypermedia document, as HyTime concern; Buford(11)-106
	language, HyTime viewed as; Gronbaek(15)-150
	of a hypertext, determining; Botafogo(172)-65
	See Also layers; models; 
	abstract, OOHDM design of; Schwabe(12)-116
		HOSS; Nuernberg(19)-200
		not defined in the HyTime standard; Buford(11)-113
	application program interface (API), defined by presentation and navigation submodels of the nested context model; Casanova(181)-193
		ASK support for; Cleary(4)-31
		capturing the structure of the user task in, as ASK system purpose; Cleary(4)-31
		MOO (MUD Object Oriented) as WWW; Dieberger(17)-170
	CCI, as LogicWeb component; Loke(23)-236
		connecting Web pages to MOOs with scripts; Dieberger(17)-174
		LogicWeb use of; Loke(23)-237
		programs, HOSS server connections; Nuernberg(19)-200
	client, VODAK; Bapat(20)-210
	communications language, DSS shell architecture with a dynamic hypertext interface mapping to; Bieber(182)-207
	conflicting, deleterious effect on hypertext use in large industrial environments; Malcolm(168)-17
	design, rubber sheet layouts as a form of; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	dynamic hypertext, modeling for non-hypertext systems; Bieber(182)-203
	gathering, VIKI as; Rosenberg(3)-25
		engine role; Bapat(20)-203
		TecPad limitations; Bapat(20)-205
	hypervideo, impact on user interface; Sawhney(1)-7
	keyboard, speech-only hypermedia alternative to; Arons(25)-134
	layered architecture, tools for coordinating information systems with a dynamic hypertext interface; Bieber(182)-211
	metaphor, implementation by ADV in OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-123
	models, abstractions in OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-123
	query language, 
		for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
		providing for hypertext; Hara(173)-76
	rhetoric as bridge between technology and meaning; Moulthrop(188)-292
	runtime, viewer module and session manager module, linking protocol as; Osterbye(13)-130
	sequential, speech-only hypermedia systems characterized by; Arons(25)-134
		design methodology for multimedia navigation and; Schwabe(12)-116
		design of with OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-116
		bookmarks as WWW URL advantage; Gronbaek(15)-157
		conditional navigation button presentation in web site navigation; Schwabe(12)-118
		data model impact on; Akscyn(86)-19
		defining as a reactive model; Schwabe(12)-127
		design, advantages of separation from navigational design; Schwabe(12)-123
		design, for the Hyperties Electronic Encyclopedia; Shneiderman(99)-189
		Document Examiner strategy; Walker(106)-307
		dynamic links spaces issues; Sawhney(1)-4
		GUI, HOSS development plans; Nuernberg(19)-200
		human-readable links, URLs as example of; Gronbaek(15)-157
		HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-2
		interaction in Juggler; Dieberger(17)-177
		interactive hypervideo proposals; Sawhney(1)-4
		KMS; Akscyn(86)-7
		Microcosm button, Extended Dexter model representation of; Gronbaek(15)-154
		Object-Oriented Model for Designing; Rossi(70)-1
		objects, behavior, specifying wiht ADV-Charts; Schwabe(12)-123
		objects, relationship to navigation objects, OOHDM specification with ADV; Schwabe(12)-123
		objects, structuring through ADV; Schwabe(12)-123
		playback controls in path mechanisms; Zellweger(54)-4
		relationally encoding link semantics; Landow(56)-331
		spatial; Tolva(7)-66
		specifying with abstract interface model; Schwabe(12)-123
		synthesis writing environment; Neuwirth(137)-329
		user configurative functions as global state precursor; Kendall(8)-75
		user models, WWW browser history lists; Jones(16)-162
		WWW browser history list, navigation role; Jones(16)-162
		design for, using OOHDM; Schwabe(12)-116
		Microcosm; Bernard(59)-1, Hill(75)-1
	System Factory tools with DIF; Garg(112)-416
	See Also spatial; structure(s); 
	as relations acteme example; Rosenberg(3)-22
	See Also applications; classification, pioneer systems; education; rhetoric; 
	as non-linear information manager; Marshall(186)-261
	AutoLink service, Lynx use of link apprentice compared with; Bernstein(28)-253
	bidirectional links, contrasted with HyperCard 'goto' links; Gronbaek(15)-157
	complexity-handling strategies, compared with Storyspace; Bernstein(28)-247
	as design idea source for the Dexter hypermedia reference model; Osterbye(13)-129, Halasz(299)-30
	Dickens Web extracted from Context32; Catlin(178)-150
	Drury College experience in teaching philosophy and religion with; Ess(187)-277
	ECHT '92 paper; Landow(211)-149
	educational evaluation of; Beeman(92)-71
	goals of; Beeman(92)-71
	HAM modeling of; Campbell(87)-28
	Hypertext '87 paper; Landow(56)-331, Beeman(92)-67
	Hypertext '89 paper; Catlin(139)-365
	Hypertext '91 paper; Ess(187)-277, Catlin(178)-147
	InterNote, Hypertext'89 paper; Catlin(139)-365
	knowledge representation characteristics, comparison with NoteCards, Textnet, and Thoth-II; Collier(104)-277
	MacWeb comparison with; Nanard(191)-334
	node connections contrasted with Thoth-II; Collier(104)-272
	non-lineal thinking as goal; Beeman(92)-71
	overview maps, CYBERMAP approach compared with; Gloor(175)-108
	overviews, HyperCafe narrative sequences compared with; Sawhney(1)-6
	referenced by; Hirata(237)-159, Ichimura(229)-63, Lawton(233)-106, Wiil(225)-14, Marshall(242)-217, Nanard(228)-51, Shackelford(224)-1, Shibata(231)-82, Hardman(39)-183
	rubber sheet layout use compared with webs in; Kaltenbach(174)-101
	screen layout issues with; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	tool to support non-lineal thinking; Beeman(92)-67
	Videobook relationship to, bibliographic reference; Ogawa(144)-38
	warm links, Extended Dexter model representation of; Gronbaek(15)-156
	Web View compared with CYBERMAP; Gloor(175)-117
		modeled by the HAM; Campbell(87)-28
		nested context model as a generalization of; Casanova(181)-194
	events, representing with Rational Actor Model; Marshall(103)-256
	marketing, proprietary rights pitfalls; Jones, III, Esq.(109)-373
	trade, proprietary rights pitfalls in; Jones, III, Esq.(109)-373
	Hypertext '89 paper; Catlin(139)-365
	Knowledge Weasel influenced by; Lawton(233)-106
	See Also open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	as hypermedia platform dimension, characteristics of; Wiil(14)-141
	importance of for open systems work; Gronbaek(15)-150
	in a heterogeneous hardware and software environment, importance for large industrial environments; Malcolm(168)-17
	personalized, desired feature for future hypervideo; Sawhney(1)-8
	Kiosk use for user interface; Creech(169)-28
	public domain user-interface construction kit, as example of Kiosk software reuse facilities; Creech(169)-28
	as connotational meaning carrier; Arons(25)-144
	articulation difficulties, set-based hypertext value for work with; Parunak(184)-238
	flying as navigation method that enhances; Lai(176)-125
	hypertext, Dexter definition of; Halasz(299)-34
inverse links, 
	importance for design tasks; Kaindl(192)-351
inverted index, 
	limitations of in searching; Walker(106)-317
inward links, 
	accessing in a frame-based hypertext; Kaindl(192)-350
	importance for design tasks; Kaindl(192)-351
IPC (interprocess communication facility), 
	use in connecting hypertext database servers and their applications; Bigelow(111)-397
IRIS (Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship), 
	See Intermedia; 
is-a link type, 
	application to organizational links; Hara(173)-76
is-part-of link type, 
	application to organizational links; Hara(173)-76
ISM-CSA (Interpretive Structural Modeling - Contextual Sequences Analysis), 
	node linearization in OpenBook using; Ichimura(229)-63
	human communication importance of; Oren(105)-299
IWHD'95 (International Workshop on Hypermedia Design), 
	See conferences page;