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	HOSS use of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	as HOSS application; Nuernberg(19)-200
Sapir, Edward, 
	research on language and cognition, impact on education of; Beeman(92)-68
Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, 
	impact on cognitive style theory; Beeman(92)-68
	ECHT '90 paper; Pintado(162)-274
sbento content addressing mechanism, 
	as data content notation in HyTime; Buford(11)-111
	See Also systems issues; 
	ABC approach to; Smith(180)-184
	as hypertext research issue addressed by ABC graph server; Smith(180)-186
	as issue addressed by ABC; Smith(180)-190
	data storage, DCS design constraint; Shackelford(224)-1
	data-driven software design facilitation of, in MIT Media Lab hyperspeech system; Arons(25)-138
	failure of user-interface oriented attempts to solve hypertext disorientation problems; Botafogo(172)-63
	for large applications, ABC approach to; Smith(180)-179
	as hypermedia platform dimension, characteristics of; Wiil(14)-141
	HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-212
	industrial strength applications; Bernard(59)-1
	information access, DCS design constraint; Shackelford(224)-1
		graph-based data model solutions; Shackelford(224)-1
		in temporal hypertext; Sawhney(1)-8
	query processing, HyPursuit; Weiss(18)-180
	as a navigational aid; Lai(176)-123
	interactive, production-based, Dynaboard project; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	time-based, VideoBook; Ogawa(144)-38
	See Also actemes; composites; dynamic; episode; spatial; structure(s); time; 
	shared, Michael Joyce's 'afternoon' related to meaning of; Sawhney(1)-5
	term definition, HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-5
	See Also systems issues; 
	job, impact of hypermedia operating system on; Nuernberg(19)-197
	metadata manager impact on; Nuernberg(19)-200
	realtime tasks, importance for handling video streams; Hirata(2)-12
	structural abstraction advantage for; Nuernberg(19)-196
	thread, HOSS use of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	See Also object-orientation; 
		and instances, creating for hypermedia application concept model; Schwabe(12)-120
		navigation design, OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	context, navigation design, OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	continguity relations representation; Oren(105)-300
	HDM term definition; Garzotto(190)-315
	instance, HDM term definition; Garzotto(190)-315
	knowledge structure creating use of, in Aquanet; Marshall(186)-267
		distributed multimedia architecture; Hirata(2)-11
		OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	role in KMS authoring system; Akscyn(86)-16
	Toulmin argumentation, 
		as SEPIA influence; Streitz(138)-343
		category specialization role in modeling; Bapat(20)-209
	amplifying tools, nature of; Bernstein(28)-256
	characteristic(s) of; Crane(90)-52
		pursuit of non-lineal knowledge as characteristic of; Beeman(92)-70
		scholarly activities which need addressing by hypertext designers; Crane(90)-51
	characteristics of the ideal scholar; Beeman(92)-69
	classical, requirement which a hypertext system must meet; Crane(90)-51
	comparison of hypertext retrieval with printed documents and full-text retrieval, in performing representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
	hypertext, advantages and needs; Crane(90)-54
	hypertext publishing methods; Moulthrop(188)-293
	hypertext requirements of; Bernstein(28)-244
	need for structures in addition to browsing; Smith(100)-212
	problems imposed by usage-based systems on; Samuelson(170)-48
	reasons why hypertext could be valuable for; Crane(90)-53
	salient characteristics, Lynx tools that support; Bernstein(28)-249
	skills, in English literature; Beeman(92)-72
	students active role as participants in the community of learning, Intermedia encouragement of; Ess(187)-280
	subjective investigation, as a value supported by hypertext tools such as Lynx and Storyspace; Bernstein(28)-256
	work, automating reference handling in NoteCards; Trigg(93)-100
	as HOSS application; Nuernberg(19)-200
	biology, set-based hypermedia applications in; Parunak(184)-234
	chemical research, comparison of printed, hypertext, and full-text retrieval on representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
	CORE (Chemistry Online Retrieval Experiment); Egan(189)-299
	gene sequences, locating structural homology with dot plots; Bernstein(28)-254
	mathematical proofs, 
		animation of; Kaltenbach(174)-100
		rubber sheet layouts as interface for; Kaltenbach(174)-96
	philosophy of, Intermedia use in the teaching of; Ess(187)-281
	writing essays, comparison of printed, hypertext, and full-text retrieval for; Egan(189)-299
	See Also applications; 
	education, Intermedia as a tool for teaching; Beeman(92)-67
	research, biological modeling, computational hypertext use for; Schnase(127)-181
	scientific thinking, teaching to undergraduates with the Intermedia Biology course; Beeman(92)-72
	See Also systems issues; 
	classification of hypermedia systems according to; Halasz(108)-350
	identifier, issues for multiple hypermedias (note); Gronbaek(15)-154
	information, modelling with contexts; Hardman(39)-183
	NoteCards; Halasz(108)-351
	of representation, as evaluation dimension for HyTime; Buford(11)-107
	display, controlling the; Smolensky(101)-216
	layout, importance to CBH; Smolensky(101)-234
		in hypertext systems with rubber sheet layouts; Kaltenbach(174)-91
		layouts importance for hypertext users; Kaltenbach(174)-92
		rubber sheet layouts as a form of; Kaltenbach(174)-92
		sequencing views, producing guided tours by; Kaltenbach(174)-103
	as a structured document tool, comparison with structured hypertext; Nanard(191)-332
script player, 
	See Also multimedia; 
	HyOctane HyTime engine support of; Buford(11)-113
Scripted Documents, 
	See Also paths; 
	concepts and mechanisms, Hypertext'89 paper; Zellweger(54)-7
	Hypertext '89 paper; Zellweger(54)-1
	as variable node precursor; Kendall(8)-77
	Videobook relationship to, bibliographic reference; Ogawa(144)-39
	abstract hypertext model support for; Afrati(145)-54
	continguity relations representation; Oren(105)-300
	KMS; Akscyn(309)-268
	mechanism, in MacWeb; Nanard(228)-51
	term definition, in mathematics of formal hypertext model; Afrati(145)-60
	virtual document specifications encoded in, using MacWebŐs WebTalk; Nanard(228)-51
	flying navigation use as; Lai(176)-127
	and retrieval methods, characteristics and requirements for an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-21
	anecdotal information use in directing; Lai(176)-124
	applications, Hypertext Medical Handbook; Frisse(91)-57
	via backtracking, as logic programming advantage; Loke(23)-236
	bibliographic analysis valuable for; Oren(105)-298
	breadth-first search (BFS), characteristics; Lai(176)-126
	browsing compared with; Lucarella(147)-83
	co-citation analysis valuable for; Oren(105)-298
	content, n access mechanism for hypermedia systems; Halasz(108)-354
	criteria, as computed link, Extended Dexter model example of; Gronbaek(15)-152
	depth-first search (DFS), characteristics; Lai(176)-126
	design issues, Halasz' Seven Issues paper; Halasz(108)-345
		hierarchical network search; Weiss(18)-180
		HyPursuit; Weiss(18)-180
		logic programming use for WWW; Loke(23)-238
	extracting patterns of connection with; Bernstein(28)-249
		Pixlook System support of; Egan(189)-303
		SuperBook System support of; Egan(189)-302
	free-text, software component library use of; Creech(169)-27
		flaws and problems in CD-ROM access; Oren(105)-298
		inadequacies for design documentation information access; Boy(171)-57
		use in conjunction with hypertext in Kiosk; Creech(169)-34
	full-text vs keyword, Document Examiner decisions; Walker(106)-317
	GOTO facility, Guide's attempt to eschew; Brown(88)-39
	graceful failure as potential hypertext strength; Oren(105)-298
	hyperindices as tool for; Bruza(149)-109
	hypermedia design issue; Halasz(108)-345, Halasz(108)-352
	as hypertext navigation tool; Lucarella(147)-81
	hypertext reader control of, impact on the structure and meaning of information; Moulthrop(188)-292
	improved, goal of SuperBook; Remde(98)-177
	including expertise from other users, value of user-guided contextual indexing for; Boy(171)-58
	intellectual property issues; Samuelson(170)-40
	intentional, CID support for; Boy(171)-55
	limitations of inverted indexes in; Walker(106)-317
	logical query language specification; Beeri(146)-67
	mechanism, essential for virtual structures; Halasz(108)-358
	over large loosely-structured information spaces, gIBIS design goal; Conklin(102)-248
	pattern-directed, flying through hypertext as mode of; Lai(176)-125
	probabilistic and weighted Boolean techniques, value of; Oren(105)-298
	and query, 
		application-specific requirements; Bapat(20)-206
		HyperDisco support of; Wiil(14)-141
		integration, HyTime support; Buford(11)-109
	query, reuse, Extended Dexter model facilities for representing; Gronbaek(15)-153
	reasons for failure; Remde(98)-177
	space, clusters use to control granularity in; Weiss(18)-181
	strategies and capabilities in Document Examiner; Walker(106)-316
	structure, n access mechanism for hypermedia systems; Halasz(108)-354
	styles, impact on software component access; Creech(169)-26
	tasks, comparison of printed, hypertext, and full-text retrieval for; Egan(189)-299
	transient pages constructed by WWW, potential refSpec role in managing; Gronbaek(15)-157
	truncated term, SuperBook System support of; Egan(189)-302
	typed links use to aid; Oren(105)-298
	WWW issues; Weiss(18)-180
Searle's Chinese Room, 
	analysis in constraint-based hypertext; Smolensky(101)-237
	representation in EUCLID; Smolensky(101)-219
	what's Eliza doing there?, incoherent hyperdocuments and how to avoid them; Thuring(179)-161
	See Also access, control; systems issues; 
	hypermedia, hypermedia operating system advantages for; Nuernberg(19)-196
	in an interactive Web environment, LogicWeb provisions; Loke(23)-238
	issue for shared hypertext; Oren(105)-294
SEER system, 
	Kiosk compared with; Creech(169)-29
	by association, Vannevar Bush's term for hypertext; Collier(104)-271
	strategies, experimental studies on with Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-192
	access structures, in OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	activity vs lexia, in hypertext; Rosenberg(3)-24
	analysis of text, patterns extraction efficacy compared with lexical analysis; Bernstein(28)-251
	anchoring of concepts in MacWeb; Nanard(228)-51
		describing to HAM objects; Bapat(20)-204
		development, issues and problems for; Bapat(20)-205
		hypermedia, HyperStorM support for; Bapat(20)-203
		hypermedia, HyTime deficiencies in representing; Buford(11)-107
		issues in maintenance of by hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-203
		requirements; Bapat(20)-205
		tailoring an abstract hypermedia engine to accomodate; Bapat(20)-207
	application interface role with respect to; Schutt(148)-99
	argument, representation problems in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-261
	automatic methods for dealing with, limitations of; Allan(5)-45
		as implementation of hypermedia relationships; Nuernberg(19)-195
		requirements for extending; Bapat(20)-207
	biasing effect on technology on; Landow(56)-332
	browsing; Garzotto(190)-313
		dynamic adaptation in response to user preferences and behavior; Stotts(183)-219
		HDM term definition; Garzotto(190)-315
		HyTime deficiency with respect to; Buford(11)-108
		modification by altering timings, in Trellis; Stotts(183)-224
		page design impact on; Jones(16)-165
		programmable, in Trellis; Furuta(115)-27
		term definition; Stotts(183)-221
	clusters, term definition and characteristics; Botafogo(172)-66
	co-reference; Collier(104)-270
	comparison of Thoth-II, NoteCards, Textnet, and Intermedia; Collier(104)-277
	complex hypermedia applications, capturing with a graph-based object model; Lucarella(227)-39
	computational, modular hypermedia system component; Shackelford(224)-1
	constraint mechanism for tailoring HyperStorM to application-specific needs; Bapat(20)-208
	creating semantically meaningful relationships between information and ideas, Intermedia goal; Beeman(92)-71
	cues, importance for reading comprehension; Frisse(91)-60
	danger of losing to syntactic fragmentation; Raymond(96)-144
	data modeling, link design use of techniques for; Hara(173)-77
		Abiteboul and Hull influence on Garg's abstract hypertext model; Garg(110)-392
		HOSS use of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	defining for decomposition diagrams; Smith(180)-188
	destructive effect of premature categorization on; Raymond(96)-152
	direct modeling of hypertext; Collier(104)-270
	document and structure, information retrieval based on both; Weiss(18)-180
		capturing through index specifiers; Bruza(149)-109
		capturing with object-oriented modeling principles; Schwabe(12)-120
		incorporation into hypertexts developed from scratch; Nanard(191)-331
	global, lost when capturing hypertext structure from linear documents; Nanard(191)-331
	hypertext templates, improving structure regularities with; Nanard(191)-332
	hypertexts, indexing issues; Frisse(91)-59
	of hypervideo work, techniques for shifting, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	HyTime, Distributed HyOctane engine support of; Buford(11)-113
	information, representing with user-defined keywords; Garg(112)-415
	interaction, HyOctane HyTime engine support of; Buford(11)-113
		describing for the user; Landow(56)-331
		encoding, importance of; Landow(56)-331
		encoding the meaning at the destination; Landow(56)-334
		encoding the meaning at the source; Landow(56)-335
		in OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
		information retrieval using, ECHT'92 paper; Frei(206)-102
		used for logical structure representation in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-261
	of links, rhetoric of arrival and departure; Landow(56)-331
	links as conveyors of; Marshall(242)-217
	literary theory; Michalak(238)-174
		HOSS development plans; Nuernberg(19)-200
		possibilities for in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-197
	logical query language specification; Beeri(146)-73
	maps, narrative sequences as, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
		integration with, in a content-oriented hypermedia system; Hirata(2)-13
		representation, information retrieval based on; Hirata(2)-11
	modeling, hypertext generation using; Hammwohner(97)-155
		advantages of; Collier(104)-274
		compared with frame-based representations; Collier(104)-274
		how they gain meaning; Collier(104)-273
		hypertext compared with; Lucarella(147)-84
		hypertext relationship to; Hofmann(153)-167
		labeled directed graph; Collier(104)-273
		limitations of; Collier(104)-274
		LogicWeb compared with work in; Loke(23)-240
		NoteCards; Marshall(103)-255
		NoteCards as; Halasz(108)-346, Marshall(103)-255
		NoteCards construct; Trigg(93)-90
		representation for a domain; Collier(104)-278
		role in the knowledge representation mechanism of TOPIC; Hammwohner(97)-161
		as a form of structured object representation; Kaindl(192)-346
		hypertext compared with; Kaindl(192)-346
		knowledge representation in MacWeb as; Nanard(228)-51
	nodes, in OOHDM design process; Schwabe(12)-121
	nodes vs links as carrier of semantics; Marshall(103)-265
	OED representation issues; Raymond(96)-143
	organization, imposing on the WWW information space; Weiss(18)-180
	parsing, in TOPIC; Hammwohner(97)-161
	patterns, IDE use for extracting and representing; Jordan(119)-93
	presentation, HyOctane HyTime engine support of; Buford(11)-113
	problem domain, exploring, NoteCards use for; Marshall(103)-253
		among software components, capturing in an artifact; Smith(180)-180
		among software project components, embodying in hypermedia data model; Smith(180)-180
		between nodes, guidelines for expressing; Thuring(179)-164
		HyperStorM metatclasses, descriptions of; Bapat(20)-208
		in abstract hypermedia data model; Bapat(20)-207
		in hypertext, developing aggregations for; Botafogo(172)-66
		in TOPIC/TOPOGRAPHIC; Hammwohner(97)-163
		inter-semantic-relationship constraint considerations; Bapat(20)-209
		mechanisms for ensuring integrity of; Bapat(20)-207
		modeling among application classes; Bapat(20)-207
		node, importance of node and link labels for; Thuring(179)-163
		reference, limitations of current methods for textual analysis in eliciting; Nanard(191)-331
		representing in MacWeb; Nanard(228)-51
	representation, of engineering norms, in a hypertext system; Schwabe(150)-123
	revision control, in a hypertext; Garg(110)-377
	revisions, in Garg's abstract hypertext model; Garg(110)-392
	screen layout role in information interpretation; Kaltenbach(174)-92
	software process, 
		methods of encoding in I-SHYS; Garg(112)-426
		Sluzier bibliographic references; Garg(112)-431
	state update operations, in LogicWeb; Loke(23)-239
	static traversal, disadvantages of; Nuernberg(19)-195
	structure and document, information retrieval based on both; Weiss(18)-180
		defining in MacWeb, through the type specification mechanism; Nanard(191)-335
		importance for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
		non-textual representation, in Miyabi, a media-based information retrieval system; Hirata(237)-159
	templates, structuring hypertexts from, with Trellis; Stotts(155)-181
	temporal, as application task in HyTime standard; Buford(11)-109
	terminology standardization, as benefit of formal theory of hypertext; Afrati(145)-54
		decomposition; Salton(6)-53
		interconnections, modeling with Thoth-II; Collier(104)-269
	text units, modeling the; Hammwohner(97)-156
		description of; Collier(104)-275
		modeling interconnections between texts with; Collier(104)-269
		encoding of by type specification mechanism, in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-335
		object-oriented representation of, in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-334
	VODAK modeling, 
		contrasted with HAM; Bapat(20)-207
		contrasted with HyperBase (Aalborg); Bapat(20)-207
		contrasted with HyperBase (GMD-IPSI); Bapat(20)-207
	walk expressions, in MacWeb; Cleary(4)-33
	Web links; Loke(23)-235
		HotJava vs LogicWeb; Loke(23)-240
	webs, Hypertext '87 paper; Beeman(92)-71
	well-defined, as advantage of object-oriented data modeling approaches; Schwabe(12)-126
	writing spaces, potentials for future development of HyperCafe techniques; Sawhney(1)-7
semi-formal languages, 
	value for human/computer systems; Smolensky(101)-219
	See Also representation; semantic(s); 
	approach to hypertext aesthetics, ECHT'90 paper; Andersen(158)-224
	differences between Thoth-II's graphical browser and SemNet; Collier(104)-279
	network display characteristics; Travers(124)-156
	referenced by; Noik(240)-192
separation of concerns, 
	See Also complexity management; 
	contents and structure, Flag taxonomy; Osterbye(13)-130
	data, structure, and behavior, the case for; Nuernberg(19)-195
	in hypermedia application design; Schwabe(12)-120
	hypermedia operating system facilitation of; Nuernberg(19)-197
	links and data, 
		in HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-208
		in Microcosm; Wiil(14)-147
	navigation design from interface design, advantages of; Schwabe(12)-123
SEPIA (Structured Elicitation and Processing of Ideas for Authoring), 
	See Also authoring; 
	AAA authoring tool for, ECHT '90 paper; Schuler(151)-137
	ECHT'92 paper; Streitz(197)-11
	Flag taxonomy classification as hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-130
	HyperBase (GMD) role with respect to, ECHT '90 paper; Schutt(148)-97
	hypermedia engine support requirements; Bapat(20)-205
	Hypertext '89 paper; Streitz(138)-343
	Hypertext '91 paper; Thuring(179)-161
	Toulmin argumentation schema influence on; Streitz(138)-343
	as hypertext abstractions; Garg(110)-375
	in DynamicDesign, accomplished though link attribute values; Bigelow(111)-398
	interface(s), speech-only hypermedia systems characterized by; Arons(25)-134
	order, as ordering mode in HYPERDRAWERs; Gloor(175)-109
	problems novice readers face with new domains; Charney(94)-112
	strategies, research in progress; Charney(94)-114
	term definition, in mathematics of formal hypertext model; Afrati(145)-56
	traversal, obtaining closure over a hypertext during flying navigation; Lai(176)-130
	value of print documentation; Oren(105)-295
	See Also client/server; open hypermedia systems (OHS); system(s); 
	CoVer contextual version server, 
		ECHT'92 paper; Haake(200)-43
		ECHT'94 paper; Haake(251)-81
	HAM; Campbell(87)-21
		characteristics; Wiil(14)-147
		characteristics and examples; Osterbye(13)-131
		See link servers; 
	object, in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-198
	structure, in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-198
	WWW, as storage component in Flag taxonomy; Osterbye(13)-131
	WWW navigation with; Dieberger(17)-174
	See Also Microcosm; 
	Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-37
	Flag taxonomy handling of; Osterbye(13)-130
	as grouping of episodes; Rosenberg(3)-22
	manager (Flag taxonomy), 
		characteristics in an open hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-131
		functions in a link server; Osterbye(13)-131
		link marker mapping to anchors handled by; Osterbye(13)-130
		link marker to anchor mapping handled by; Osterbye(13)-130
		responsibilities of; Osterbye(13)-132
		runtime interface with viewer module, linking protocol as; Osterbye(13)-130
set-based hypermedia, 
	building from a graph-based system, concepts required for; Parunak(184)-240
	graph-based hypermedia compared with; Parunak(184)-233
	importance for dense hypertext structures; Hara(173)-77
	interface, domains for; Parunak(184)-234
	overcoming graph-based hypermedia limitations for taxonomic reasoning with; Parunak(184)-236
	set-to-set links, use in set-oriented hypertext representation; Hara(173)-77
SetAttributeValue function, 
	Dexter definition; Halasz(299)-36
	abstract data model representation; Bapat(20)-207
	aggregation modeling with, contrasted with set-based hypermedia for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-234
	as fundamental entities in HyperSet; Parunak(184)-237
	composite node creating by set association; Bapat(20)-208
	definitions of hypertext; Garg(110)-377
	difference operations, ACE clustering method use of; Hara(173)-81
	hierarchical characteristics of set of sets; Parunak(230)-73
	as hypertext, 
		abstractions; Garg(110)-375
		structure model; Rosenberg(3)-22
	hypertext systems, HyperSet; Parunak(230)-73
	node creating through; Bapat(20)-208
	object characteristics defined as, in HyperSet; Parunak(230)-73
		database systems, limitations for taxonomic reasoning; Parunak(184)-235
		graph-based hypermedia problems with; Parunak(184)-236
		use with the hypertext model; Garg(110)-377
	term definition, in mathematics of formal hypertext model; Afrati(145)-55
	union operations, ACE clustering method use of; Hara(173)-81
Seven Issues paper, 
	See Also systems issues; 
	Hypertext '87 paper; Halasz(108)-345
SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language), 
	See Also standards; 
	back-end communications language, importance for dynamic hypertext interfaces that are information system independent; Bieber(182)-211
	classical studies; Mylonas(310)-270
	HieNet use for text representation of document structures; Wiil(225)-145
		Extended Dexter compared with; Gronbaek(15)-150
		relationship to and improvements on; Buford(11)-105
	integrating large heterogeneous texts with; Tompa(234)-118
	logical structure specification, implications for structured hypertext; Nanard(191)-332
	MacWeb use for document base; Nanard(228)-51
	WWW use drivers; Buford(11)-112
shadow files, 
	Kiosk links stored in, advantages for an open architecture; Creech(169)-28
	linking to the OED, with a dynamic link resolution architecture; Tompa(234)-118
	media-based navigation using, in Miyabi; Hirata(237)-159
	See Also collaboration; multiuser; 
	code space, performance advantages, in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
	controlled, support required for hyperbases; Wiil(225)-14
	hypertexts, navigation problems in; Hara(173)-76
		hypermedia design issue; Akscyn(86)-9
		KMS approach to; Akscyn(86)-17
	information resources, representation in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-256
	tasks, concurrency control issues for collaborative distributed hypertext systems; Wiil(225)-14
	transparent, not appropriate for distributed collaborative systems; Wiil(225)-14
	window conferencing facility, ABC component; Shackelford(224)-1
		characteristics and requirements; Malcolm(168)-18
		importance for large industrial environments; Malcolm(168)-17
	HOSS; Nuernberg(19)-200
side effects, 
	of node traversal, as flying navigation issue; Lai(176)-126
	links, assumed by users; Landow(56)-332
	cinematic long shots, navigational purpose in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-7
	See Also information, retrieval; 
	link apprentice use in uncovering patterns; Bernstein(28)-250
		as automated linking method; Cleary(4)-33
		Link Apprentice results; Cleary(4)-33
	measurements, document structure analysis with; Salton(6)-53
	measures among different sets, hypercube use; Parunak(230)-73
	in objects, definition of; Garg(110)-387
	relations, representation of; Oren(105)-300
	similarity-based agents, literature analysis use of; Bernstein(28)-253
	similarity-based reasoning, taxonomic reasoning characterized by; Parunak(184)-235
	taxonomic reasoning as cognitive methodology for handling; Parunak(230)-73
	term, clustering algorithm use; Weiss(18)-181
	thresholds, user control of, in HieNet; Wiil(225)-145
	Herb, stages of decision making, application to dynamic hypertext interfaces to DSSs; Bieber(182)-203
	AI and hypertext use for; Kaindl(192)-347
	importance of computational links for; Bernstein(28)-256
	integration into hypermedia environment, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	simulated annealing algorithm, potential as ACE implementation algorithm; Hara(173)-88
	using in customer maintenance training hypermedia projects at Boeing; Malcolm(168)-15
	ECHT '94 paper; Simon(253)-108
Situation Calculus, 
	I-SHYS model use of; Garg(112)-426
	book, as a printed format navigational aid; Lai(176)-123
	data, impact on hypertext organization; Hara(173)-75
	dimension for categorizing hypertext systems; Walker(106)-308
	entries in OED, problem for node design; Raymond(96)-147
	hypertext, grasping through a quick browsing navigational aid; Lai(176)-123
sketch card-based matrices, 
	spatial layout in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-266
	as a navigational aid; Lai(176)-123
	internal node structure representation via; Kaindl(192)-346
	term definition, in mathematics of formal hypertext model; Afrati(145)-55
	use for partitioning of nodes in KEE; Kaindl(192)-347
	used for text storage in frame-based hypertext; Kaindl(192)-348
	CONCORDE implementation in; Hofmann(153)-167
	HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit) relationship to; Puttress(143)-26
	user interface, value of the display method; Oren(105)-295
SMART information retrieval system, 
	dynamic linking with methods based on; Allan(5)-42
	information retrieval experiments using; Crouch(130)-235
	mixed retrieval strategy; Salton(6)-60
SmarText system, 
	referenced by; Wiil(225)-145
SMDL (Standard Musical Description Language), 
	See Also standards; 
	generalization in HyTime; Buford(11)-105
social implications, 
	See Also law; political context; 
	authority, impact of hypertext on; Moulthrop(188)-292
	of hypermedia design; Moulthrop(133)-259, Greco(9)-85
	impact of social context on rhetoric of hypertext; Moulthrop(188)-291
	of hypertext reader control on the structure and meaning of information; Moulthrop(188)-292
	places, MOO environment use for; Dieberger(17)-171
	rhetoric as bridge between technology and meaning; Moulthrop(188)-292
	support for individuality within a collaborative learning environment, as a consequence of Intermedia use in a philosophy of science course; Ess(187)-284
	toleration of differences in viewpoint, as a consequence of Intermedia use in a philosophy of science course; Ess(187)-285
Socialist Republic of Vietnam party structure, 
	representation in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-263
	See Also CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering); 
		as artifact component; Smith(180)-179
		embedding knowledge in links and nodes use to simplify, in hyperspeech system; Arons(25)-133
	design, Yakemovic's use of IBIS for; Marshall(186)-261
	development systems, 
		ABC compared with previous research; Smith(180)-183
		ABC focus on process of; Smith(180)-179
	engineering; Garg(112)-409
		advantage of frame representation of hypertext nodes for; Kaindl(192)-345
		AI and hypertext support for; Kaindl(192)-347
		closed vs open systems implications; Garg(112)-426
		combining with hypertext; Garg(112)-409
		environment; Garg(112)-416
		extending conceptual and navigational models to encompass; Schwabe(12)-127
		frame-based hypertext support of; Kaindl(192)-353
		HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit) use for; Puttress(143)-32
		hypermedia application; Akscyn(86)-1
		hypertext-based support for; Bigelow(111)-397, Conklin(102)-247
		I-SHYS intention to promote creativity in; Garg(112)-424
		integrating CASE into in a collaborative distributed hypertext system; Wiil(225)-14
		KMS support of; Akscyn(86)-1, Akscyn(86)-3
		knowledge encoded in I-SHYS; Garg(112)-410
		managing with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
		Software Factory tools accessed from within DIF; Garg(112)-414
		for organizational knowledge management; Akscyn(86)-3
		intelligent and interactive; Garg(112)-418
	generating decomposition graphs from code, ABC tools for; Smith(180)-189
	hypertext; Garg(112)-409
		environment; Garg(112)-410
		system; Garg(112)-409
	inspection and walkthrough, supported by DIF; Garg(112)-411
	life cycle, document integration; Garg(112)-410
	modules, hypertext use for linking workproducts together into; Creech(169)-26
		computer-supported taxonomic reasoning use in determining patentability; Parunak(230)-73
		impact on hypertext; Samuelson(170)-40
		agents; Garg(112)-418
		modeling in the System Factory; Garg(112)-413
		supported by DIF; Garg(112)-411
		tasks for I-SHYS agents; Garg(112)-419
	reuse libraries, 
		ABC browsers use to build specialized tools for; Smith(180)-189
		as issue addressed by ABC graphical browser research; Smith(180)-191
		benefits of hypertext use with component creation and use; Creech(169)-27
		factors influencing user success; Creech(169)-26
		flexibility in restructuring as a hypertext advantage; Creech(169)-27
		hypertext use for; Creech(169)-25
		required hypertext features; Creech(169)-27
		structuring; Creech(169)-25
		structuring for selection using hypertext in Kiosk; Creech(169)-29
	reuse of, in hypermedia applications; Garzotto(10)-93
	system design, supporting with a distributed hypermedia environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	tests, linking with related workproducts; Creech(169)-26
	video production, 
		Adobe Premiere 4.2; Sawhney(1)-7
		Macromedia Director 4.04; Sawhney(1)-8
		QuickTime; Sawhney(1)-8
Sollers, Philip, 
	experimental fiction writer, impact on interactive fiction; Bolter(89)-44
	See audio; 
source code, 
	DynamicDesign browser, capabilities of; Bigelow(111)-405
	editing with DynamicDesign browser; Bigelow(111)-406
	files, mapping into the hypertext in DynamicDesign; Bigelow(111)-403
	graph structure in DynamicDesign; Bigelow(111)-400
Sowa graphs, 
	knowledge represented by; Nanard(191)-330
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
	as precursor of HyperDisco; Wiil(14)-140
	Flag taxonomy classification as open hyperbase system; Osterbye(13)-131
	as HOSS ancester; Nuernberg(19)-198
	HyperDisco relationship to; Wiil(14)-147
	as open hyperbase hypermedia platform; Wiil(14)-147
	as open hypermedia system; Osterbye(13)-129
	activity, SEPIA as tool for managing; Streitz(138)-343
	mnemonic, WWW page association with MOO objects as a; Dieberger(17)-174
	name, element generic identifiers, HyTime flexibility; Buford(11)-106
	navigational, structuring with navigational context notion; Schwabe(12)-122
	role in software process interactions; Garg(112)-426
	shared code, performance advantages in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
	virtual mirror, MOO use for; Dieberger(17)-178
	as visual characteristic of hypertext; Tolva(7)-66
	white, KMS treatment of; Akscyn(86)-9
	meaning of Xanadu; Nelson(85)-0
	See Also Aquanet; architecture; navigation; time; VIKI; 
	3D space, hypervideo authoring and navigation tool requirements; Sawhney(1)-9
	arrangement of text, as an alternative method of generating hypertext; Marshall(242)-217
	audio system, hyperspeech research into; Arons(25)-143
	concepts, in MOO environments; Dieberger(17)-173
	contexts, shifting of, in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	cues, paper document value; Walker(106)-313
	domain, navigation issues compared with audio domain; Arons(25)-134
	environments, MOO characteristics that simulate; Dieberger(17)-172
		See Juggler; 
		See VIKI; 
		See Web Squirrel; 
		advantages for emergent structure generation; Rosenberg(3)-26
		coding actemes as spatial proximity in; Rosenberg(3)-25
		HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-1
		magic features in MOOs compared to; Dieberger(17)-172
		potentials for future development of HyperCafe techniques; Sawhney(1)-7
		revealing implicit structures with; Marshall(242)-217
		See Also Web Squirrel; 
		semantic and rhetorical role of; Marshall(242)-217
		Storyspace; Rosenberg(3)-23
		structure-based queries support of; Beeri(146)-68
		textual virtual environment experimentation with; Dieberger(17)-170
		VIKI; Rosenberg(3)-23
	layout, argument; Marshall(103)-260
		opportunities in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-5
		types, HyperCafe characteristics; Sawhney(1)-3
		video-centric medium; Sawhney(1)-1
	location, notion of, implementing with flying; Lai(176)-125
	maps, alternative semantic map, proposed for HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	metaphor, Storyspace use of to visualize hypertext structure; Bernstein(28)-245
		flatland; Tolva(7)-66
		notion of closeness, implementing with flying; Lai(176)-125
	navigation, fisheye view use for; Noik(240)-192
		Aquanet use for creating knowledge structures; Marshall(186)-271
		HyperCafe use of Storyspace for; Sawhney(1)-2
		screen; Smolensky(101)-234
	proximity, relationships among video clips based on in HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-6
	qualities, literary texts; Tolva(7)-66
	recognition, difficulty in large hypertexts; Hara(173)-76
	relations, user interface design issues; Shibata(231)-82
	relationships, visualization of, value for scholarship; Bernstein(28)-256
	simultaneity, Interactive Kon-Tiki Museum use of; Sawhney(1)-2
	spatio-temporal links; Sawhney(1)-1
		HyperCafe indication of opportunities; Sawhney(1)-2
		HyperCafe navigational use; Sawhney(1)-4
		new grammar for hypermedia applications created by; Sawhney(1)-9
		term definition, HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-5
	text editor, as HOSS application; Nuernberg(19)-200
	user interfaces; Tolva(7)-66
	WWW organizations, 
		mola; Tolva(7)-66
		paperscapes; Tolva(7)-66
	as artifact component; Smith(180)-179
	hypertext applications, design model as a language for; Garzotto(190)-314
	languages, hypertext design models use as; Garzotto(190)-315
		definition; Halasz(299)-34
		replaced by RefSpecs in Extended Dexter model; Gronbaek(15)-152
	See Also audio; 
	advantages over other input modalities; Arons(25)-141
	as data, hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system) use of; Arons(25)-133
	database of digitally recorded speech segments, hyperspeech system use of; Arons(25)-133
	integration of computer-generated speech into hypermedia environment, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	interactive speech-only hypertext, hyperspeech related work; Arons(25)-134
		advantages over other user interfaces; Arons(25)-141
		handheld computers as application for; Arons(25)-134
	navigation, hyperspeech research into; Arons(25)-143
	parallel channels; Arons(25)-133
		hardware support in MIT Media Lab hyperspeech system; Arons(25)-137
		hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system) use for navigation; Arons(25)-133
	speech-only hypermedia, hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system) progress report; Arons(25)-133
	spontaneous, use in HyperPhone system; Arons(25)-134
	strengths compared other modalities; Arons(25)-143
	synthetic, use in MIT Media Lab hyperspeech system; Arons(25)-134
	synthetic speech used for control and feedback in hyperspeech (MIT Media Lab system); Arons(25)-133
	access to online notes, design goal of Notes (CMU); Neuwirth(95)-125
	fast frame access, KMS characteristic; Akscyn(86)-1
SPQL query language, 
	DSSSL standard, HyTime HyQ to be replaced by; Buford(11)-111
	WWW navigation with; Dieberger(17)-174
spreading activation, 
	in FIRST concept network specification; Lucarella(147)-85
	using to aid in search relevance; Oren(105)-298
	considered as DSS's; Bieber(182)-203
	handling in layered information system architectures; Bieber(182)-213
	integrating into a total information environment; Malcolm(168)-15
	support for as hypermedia requirement in a concurrent engineering environment; Malcolm(168)-14
Sprocs (structure processors), 
	concurrency issues; Nuernberg(19)-201
	as entities that serve specialized hypermedia abstractions to applications; Nuernberg(300)-1
	HOSS structure management facilities, characteristics; Nuernberg(19)-199
	See Also criteria; DSSSL standard; evaluation; HyTime standard; MHEG standard; MPEG standard; requirements; SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language); 
	data interchange, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	dynamic hypertext demands on; Bieber(182)-203
	engineering, automation of company-wide, as Boeing hypermedia project; Malcolm(168)-14
	hypertext, crucial importance for classical scholarship; Crane(90)-54
	importance for; Nelson(85)-0
	importance for hypertext support of arbitrary applications; Smith(180)-190
	issues in what should and should not be standardized; Buford(11)-107
	link, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	markup language, 
		See HyTime; 
		See SGML; 
		See SMDL; 
	network protocol, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	windowing system, as industrial hypertext requirement; Malcolm(168)-19
	adding to Web pages; Loke(23)-238
	encorporating into WWW pages; Loke(23)-235
		characteristics and role in dynamic hypertext; Kendall(8)-75
		potential as navigation aids; Kendall(8)-77
		representational possibilities of; Kendall(8)-76
	historic, videotext, version control use of; Sawhney(1)-9
	hypermedia objects, unchanged during role transformation; Bapat(20)-209
	information, iconic shapes used to represent in gIBIS; Conklin(102)-249
	node content variation based on; Kendall(8)-78
	preservation, virtue of paper documentation; Oren(105)-294
	state-transition model, OOHDM use of; Schwabe(12)-123
		modeling; Zheng(220)-242
		OOHDM relationship to; Schwabe(12)-123, Schwabe(12)-126
		relationship of ADV-Charts to; Schwabe(12)-123
	system, WWW browser navigation; Jones(16)-162
	Web page as an object with, logic programming methods for; Loke(23)-239
statechart modeling, 
	ECHT '92 paper; Zheng(220)-242
	Trellis relationship to; Stotts(155)-181
	See Also dynamic; 
	characteristic of semantic nets in Thoth-II; Collier(104)-273
	hypertext, design issues with; Oren(105)-293
		architecture of; Oren(105)-291
		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
		CYBERMAP term definition; Gloor(175)-115
		identifying in a hypertext, as a graph construction issue; Lai(176)-125
	traversal semantics, disadvantages of; Nuernberg(19)-195
	use in Document Examiner search strategies; Walker(106)-316
stochastic approaches, 
	combining ACE with, as ACE proposed extension; Hara(173)-88
stopword lists, 
	hypertext information retrieval use of; Frisse(91)-61
	See Also databases; hyperbases; models; system(s); 
	components, distinguishing from runtime components, as function of Flag taxonomy; Osterbye(13)-129
	engines, HAM; Campbell(87)-21
		as hypermedia system layer, according to HAM specification; Bapat(20)-204
		Dexter, definition; Halasz(299)-32
		Dexter, description; Halasz(299)-30
		Dexter,function descriptions; Halasz(299)-36
		Dexter, HyTime hyperlinks module correspondance to; Buford(11)-108
		Flag taxonomy data model relationship to; Osterbye(13)-130
		HyperStorM implementation within the VODAK OODBMS; Bapat(20)-204
		WWW servers as; Osterbye(13)-131
	manager (Flag taxonomy), Dexter equivalent; Osterbye(13)-130
	medium, links, Kiosk use of shadow files instead of a special database; Creech(169)-28
	model, HAM; Campbell(87)-21
	module, open hyperbase system characteristics; Osterbye(13)-131
		characteristics and requirements for an industrial hypermedia environment; Malcolm(168)-22
		for efficient retrieval, in ACE; Hara(173)-83
		optimal cost solutions, in ACE; Hara(173)-81
	path mechanisms; Zellweger(54)-5
		application-specific requirements; Bapat(20)-205
		as advantage of database implementator of storage and application layers; Bapat(20)-204
		limitations of current systems; Bapat(20)-206
	storage layer (Dexter), 
		bridge law implementation of; Bieber(182)-210
		DSS shell architecture with a dynamic hypertext interface mapping to; Bieber(182)-207
	structures, efficient, providing for hypertext; Hara(173)-76
	subsystem, HBMS as; Wiil(14)-140
	system, HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit) interface; Puttress(143)-27
	first person, model-based information retrieval using; Bareiss(232)-94
	as content element in an ASK system; Cleary(4)-31
	See Also authoring; classification, pioneer systems; writing; 
	as a tool for writing and exploring volatile hypertexts; Bernstein(28)-244
	as structure-oriented hypermedia system; Smith(180)-184
	characterized by explicit unity of content element and the structure; Bernstein(28)-247
	complexity-handling strategies, contrasted with Notecards and Intermedia; Bernstein(28)-247
	ECHT '92 paper; Landow(211)-149
		methods of working with; Sawhney(1)-7
		relationship to; Sawhney(1)-1
	as hypermedia application, requirements for hypermedia engine support; Bapat(20)-205
	Hypertext '87 paper; Bolter(89)-41
	Hypertext '89 paper; Moulthrop(133)-259
	Hypertext '91 paper; Bernstein(28)-243
	mechanisms for constructing and manipulating large-scale structure; Bernstein(28)-245
	need for an hypervideo authoring tool similar to; Sawhney(1)-8
	as potential room editor for MOO environments; Dieberger(17)-178
	software for writing interactive fiction; Bolter(89)-41
	as spatial, hypertext system; Rosenberg(3)-23
	spatial, organization, HyperCafe use of; Sawhney(1)-2
	writing spaces, HyperCafe narrative sequences compared with; Sawhney(1)-6
	reading, for non-linear text; Charney(94)-109
	hyperdocument design, importance of documenting; Brown(141)-10
Strawman reference model, 
	ABC relationship to; Shackelford(224)-1
stretch text, 
	advantages of; Brown(88)-36
	matching, semantic interpretation of text by; Collier(104)-278
	query processing, starting points for graphical browsing; Frisse(91)-61
	searching, Hyperties future plans for; Shneiderman(99)-193
	See Also annotation; architecture; argumentation; classification, basic concepts; classification, structures; links; rhetoric; system concepts; system(s), design; 
	abstract, viewing and manipulating with hypertext; Marshall(103)-254
	abstractions; Garg(110)-375
		advantages of; Nuernberg(19)-196
		taxonomy; Nuernberg(19)-200
	activity characteristics of; Rosenberg(3)-22
	analysis, locating hypertext abstractions with; Botafogo(172)-64
	anchors as glue between contents and; Osterbye(13)-130
	application development support requirements; Bapat(20)-203
		importance of differentiating content from; Smolensky(101)-218
		representation in NoteCards; Marshall(103)-256
	argumentation, ARL designed to model; Smolensky(101)-218
	automatic generation by Cost++ in Kiosk; Creech(169)-28
	based editors, 
		compared with Notes (CMU); Neuwirth(95)-129
		English text; Neuwirth(95)-129
		use with DIF; Garg(112)-414
	behavioral; Rosenberg(3)-22
	caching; Nuernberg(19)-195
		HOSS development plans; Nuernberg(19)-200
		impact on interprocess communication; Nuernberg(19)-198
		in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-197
		in a hypermedia operating sytem; Nuernberg(19)-197
		interprocess communication impact; Nuernberg(19)-198
		memory management implications, in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
		of behavior processes; Nuernberg(19)-195
		See Also system design issues; 
		Sproc handling of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	capturing as they emerge, importance and difficulties with; Nanard(191)-331
	combining hypertext with database models; Hara(173)-76
	communication mechanisms, comparison of types; Marshall(242)-217
	complex, NoteCards mechanism for viewing the overall organization of; Trigg(93)-101
	comprehensible, importance for hypertext development; Botafogo(172)-64
	comprehension of large scale, as issue addressed by ABC graphical browser research; Smith(180)-191
	computation over, link traversal issues; Nuernberg(19)-195
	concepts, value of hypertext in writing papers; Trigg(93)-94
	constraints, VODAK enforcement mechanism; Bapat(20)-207
	content-based, compared with external, content-independent structures; Marshall(242)-217
	control, changing, impact of hypertext reader control on the structure and meaning of information; Moulthrop(188)-292
	cues to, 
		how to implement; Rosenberg(3)-25
		See Also fisheye lens; 
		Guide disguises the nature of; Brown(88)-35
		HBMS management of; Wiil(14)-140
	decisions, importance of making before content creation; Garzotto(190)-314
		of network; Trigg(93)-92
		use in NoteCards networks; Halasz(108)-347
	DIF, how different from a database schema; Garg(112)-415
		and elucidation of new; Bernstein(28)-249
		process, Lynx support of; Bernstein(28)-247
	distinction between contents and, as crucial to hypermedia systems; Osterbye(13)-131
	distinction from domain crucial to reasoned discourse research; Smolensky(101)-218
	distinguishing from contents, as function of Flag taxonomy; Osterbye(13)-129
		CYBERMAP incorporation of into HYPERDRAWERs; Gloor(175)-111
		revealing through text passage decomposition; Salton(6)-53
	documentation, System Factory; Garg(112)-413
	dynamically-determined, hypermedia mechanism; Halasz(108)-358
	editing facilities for, part of the WE writing environment; Smith(100)-196
	editor, for interactive fiction writing; Bolter(89)-43
	efficient storage, providing for hypertext; Hara(173)-76
	emergent; Rosenberg(3)-22
		advanatages of spatial hypertext for; Rosenberg(3)-26
		See Also VIKI; 
		See Also Web Squirrel; 
	entities, behavior processes associated with, in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-195
	existing document, OED project as example of how to determine; Raymond(96)-143
	filtering from content, frame-based hypertext templates use for; Kaindl(192)-352
	as first-class objects, in hypermedia operating systems; Nuernberg(19)-196
		HyperStorM metaclass; Bapat(20)-208
		value relative to deep structures; Raskin(107)-330
		VODAK abstract data model semantic relationships; Bapat(20)-207
	forms as a information structure in DIF; Garg(112)-416
	generalization of the concept of links; Marshall(242)-217
	generic, guiding hypertext design with; Nanard(191)-333
	gIBIS improve the quality of issue discussion; Conklin(102)-250
		extracted by ACE from 'Hypertext on Hypertext'; Hara(173)-86
		extracting, ACE problem definition; Hara(173)-80
		inductive determination as an np-complete problem; Bernstein(28)-255
		browsers as programs to view and manipulate; Smith(180)-186
		partitioning mechanisms in ABC; Smith(180)-184
		viewing software project as; Smith(180)-180
	HAM definition; Campbell(87)-22
		importance for documentation applications; Walker(106)-310
		information hiding in; Kaltenbach(174)-92
		KMS limited to expressing; Nanard(191)-330
		knowledge representation tradeoffs between relational links and; Marshall(103)-263
	homology, in gene sequences, locating with dot plots; Bernstein(28)-254
	hypermedia, capturing with a graph-based object model; Lucarella(227)-39
		altering in response to user preferences and actions; Stotts(183)-220
		as way to think about; Smith(180)-179
		automatic generation by Cost++ in Kiosk; Creech(169)-28
		combining with database models; Hara(173)-76
		creating from linear documents using automatic indexing techniques; Nanard(191)-331
		creating from linear documents using conceptual markup; Nanard(191)-331
		CYBERMAP use of Bernstein's link apprentice to extract; Gloor(175)-110
		design objects for building; Thuring(179)-161
		dynamically adapting to user behavior; Stotts(183)-219
		fisheye view use in understanding and using; Noik(240)-192
		flying as navigation method that reveals global; Lai(176)-125
		identifying aggregates in; Botafogo(172)-63
		importance of capturing as it emerges; Nanard(191)-331
		improving regularities with semantic hypertext templates; Nanard(191)-332
		knowledge contained in; Nanard(191)-330
		set-based hypertext, classification experiences using; Parunak(230)-73
		SGML use in HieNet; Wiil(225)-145
		versioning support required for hyperbases; Wiil(225)-14
	hypervideo; Sawhney(1)-1
	implicit hypertext, revealing, using Aquanet; Marshall(242)-217
	in WE, 
		named; Smith(100)-207
		See Also webs in Intermedia; 
	inductive description of hypertext, as an np-complete problem; Bernstein(28)-255
		difficulty in putting into a directed graph; Smith(100)-201
		hypertext as a tool for representing; Marshall(186)-261
		need for multiple structures when< reorganizing material; Trigg(93)-101
	interactive fiction; Bolter(89)-41
		constructing contrasted with information management and presentation; Marshall(186)-262
		developing with Trans-ASK, an artificial intelligence-based hypermedia system; Bareiss(232)-94
		exploring with Knowledge Weasel; Lawton(233)-106
		gIBIS and Germ designed to support constrained; Marshall(186)-262
		graphical, term definition in Aquanet; Marshall(186)-262
		importance to successful expository writing; Neuwirth(95)-123
		methods for building, in Aquanet; Marshall(186)-267
		of internal document, importance for user-defined links in dynamic documents; Bieber(182)-212
		virtual museum as navigation aid; Travers(124)-147
	large complex concepts, ABC focus on collaborative development process; Smith(180)-179
		importance for volatile hypertexts; Bernstein(28)-245
		visualization needs; Bernstein(28)-245
	layout-based; Marshall(242)-217
	libraries with multiple classifications, as aid to software reuse; Creech(169)-26
	linkless, spatial hypertext use in NoteCards, VNS, and Aquanet; Marshall(242)-217
		changing, difficulties in traditional link representations; Marshall(186)-263
		characteristics; Allan(5)-43
		generating; Salton(235)-131
		graphical browsers use to access and manage in NoteCards, influence on Aquanet; Marshall(186)-263
		HDM term definition; Garzotto(190)-315
		in HDM; Garzotto(190)-313
		integrity of maintained by graph-type specific browsers in ABC; Smith(180)-187
		limitations in recovering meaning and purpose in rhetorical structure; Nanard(191)-331
		meaning and relationship; Landow(56)-334
		primary importance of for knowledge structuring tasks; Marshall(186)-263
	logical, link types needed to express; Nanard(191)-330
	LSproc (link structure process), hypermedia operating system characteristics; Nuernberg(19)-198
	management, hyperbase handling of; Nuernberg(19)-196
	maps, NoteCards mechanism for handling structure; Marshall(103)-255
		content-oriented relations between text units as tool for hypertext; Hammwohner(97)-155
		hypertext; Rosenberg(3)-22
	multi-episode; Rosenberg(3)-22
	multimedia, approaches to time management of hypermedia links; Hardman(39)-183
	multiple, dealing with; Halasz(108)-357
	nesting, support by object-oriented state-transition model; Schwabe(12)-123
	network, indexing techniques for, importance for large hypertexts; Hara(173)-77
		Kiosk characteristics; Creech(169)-29
		representing internal structure through slots; Kaindl(192)-346
	NoteCards mechanism for handling, 
		hierarchical filing structure; Marshall(103)-255
		structure maps; Marshall(103)-255
	objects in WE object-oriented DBMS, characteristics of; Smith(100)-207
		characteristics of; Raymond(96)-147
		node design role of; Raymond(96)-147
		representation issues; Raymond(96)-143
		role in hypertext conversion; Raymond(96)-143
	of ideas, building with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
	open hyperbase system handling of; Osterbye(13)-131
	operating system processes for handling; Nuernberg(19)-198
	organizational, hypermedia templates as an authoring aid for; Catlin(178)-148
	premature, as a problem for both expert systems and hypertext; Kaindl(192)-346
	protection mechanism implications, in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-196
	queries expressed as hypertext; Consens(134)-269
	reinforcing hypertext, impact on disorientation problems; Nanard(191)-329
	relations among nodes, as time-based presentation issue; Hardman(39)-183
		among hypertext nodes; Frisse(91)-60
		among objects in hypermedia operating system, behavior implications; Nuernberg(19)-197
		HyTime representation of; Buford(11)-111
	representation in Extended Dexter model; Gronbaek(15)-155
	research support tools, NoteCards; Trigg(93)-89
	search, n access mechanism for hypermedia systems; Halasz(108)-354
	search mechanism, supported by query-based access in OpenBook system; Ichimura(229)-63
	searching based on, logical query language specification for; Beeri(146)-67
		defining in MacWeb through the type specification mechanism; Nanard(191)-335
		patterns, IDE use for; Jordan(119)-93
		requirements for extending to specific applications; Bapat(20)-207
		rhetoric as bridge between technology and meaning; Moulthrop(188)-292
		from contents, in HyperStorM; Bapat(20)-208
		from data and behavior; Nuernberg(19)-195
	software library, flexibility in restructuring as a hypertext advantage; Creech(169)-27
	specification mechanisms, disorientation problems resulting from weaknesses in; Nanard(191)-329
	Sprocs management of; Nuernberg(19)-199
		constraints; Osterbye(58)-1
		entity abstractions, See associations; 
	structure graphs, 
		based on node index-terms occurrence in CYBERMAP; Gloor(175)-113
		link structure independence from in CYBERMAP's overview maps; Gloor(175)-108
	structured logic programming; Loke(23)-235
	structuring user interaction with videotext, impact of hypervideo interface on; Sawhney(1)-7
	subject structure cues, importance for reading comprehension; Frisse(91)-60
	substructuring, disjunctive vs conjunctive; Rosenberg(3)-23
	temporal, HyTime representation of; Buford(11)-109
	term definition; Nuernberg(19)-195
		hypertext as, contrasted with knowledge structuring formalisms of AI; Kaindl(192)-345
		identifying; Salton(235)-131
	The Dickens Web, design principles used in creating; Catlin(178)-151
	topological, in MOO environments; Dieberger(17)-173
	Toulmin, characteristics of; Marshall(103)-260
	traversal management in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-197
	tree, inherent in the stretch text concept; Brown(88)-37
		application-orientation, in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-340
		as sub-network of a web, in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-337
		mapping onto web in MacWeb; Nanard(191)-336
	views, presentation of, segregation from information units in Notecards; Bernstein(28)-247
		bridge law implementation of; Bieber(182)-210
		hypermedia design issue; Halasz(108)-357
		hypertext interface for non-hypertext systems use of; Bieber(182)-203
		HyTime support; Buford(11)-109
		in PHIDIAS; McCall(152)-159
	virtual, computation of, as hypermedia platform dimension; Wiil(14)-141
		browser history-list, user views of; Jones(16)-166
		deficiencies in; Gronbaek(15)-155
		defining new, with Juggler; Dieberger(17)-175
		future possibilities for viewing; Gronbaek(15)-157
		problems with discovering and using; Dieberger(17)-170
	access, alternative to the non-hierarchical GOTO link; Brown(88)-38
	design tools, integration of hypertext with, importance to software reuse environment; Creech(169)-27
	documents, comparison with structured hypertext; Nanard(191)-332
		Kiosk characteristics; Creech(169)-29
		problems involved in constructed, compared with textual link generation; Creech(169)-32
		selecting components from, Kiosk features; Creech(169)-32
	object representation, 
		as central paradigm of KEE; Kaindl(192)-347
		frames as a form of; Kaindl(192)-346
		hypertext and; Kaindl(192)-345
		semantic networks as a form of; Kaindl(192)-346
	text, semi-formal representation use of; Kaindl(192)-350
	types, incorporating knowledge in hypertext using, (HT'91 paper); Nanard(191)-329
	ABC subgraphs potential to serve as; Smith(180)-184
	treating information units as, by parameterization and functional attachment; Kaltenbach(174)-101
Sun 3, 
	delivery platform for Hyperties; Shneiderman(99)-191
Sun Link Service, 
	See link servers, Sun; 
	dynamic hypertext extensions to; Bieber(182)-213
	HOT (Hypermedia Object-oriented Toolkit) relationship to; Puttress(143)-26
	Hypertext '89 paper; Pearl(123)-137
	Kiosk compared with; Creech(169)-29
SunOS 5.4, 
	thread scheduling facilities, HOSS use of; Nuernberg(19)-199
	comparison of printed journals and full-text retrieval with, in performing representative chemistry research information tasks; Egan(189)-299
	comparison with hypertext systems; Remde(98)-186
	Hypertext '87 paper; Remde(98)-175
	Hypertext '91 paper; Egan(189)-299
	overview of system; Remde(98)-177
	text browser for exiting documentation, characteristics of; Remde(98)-175
	HOSS development plans for; Nuernberg(19)-201
	management of, for the coordination of social action, as a definition of rhetoric; Moulthrop(188)-291
	manipulation of, as hypertext hallmark; Moulthrop(188)-291
	symbolic relations among software components, capturing in an artifact; Smith(180)-180
	See Also time; 
		ABC as environment for; Smith(180)-183
		ABCDE designed to support; Smith(180)-182
	diverse media, knowledge agent role in; Shibata(231)-82
	HyTime representation of; Buford(11)-109
	multimedia data, ADV-Charts use for specifying; Schwabe(12)-123
	support for multiple user sessions, DeVise Hypermedia system, a Dexter-compliant cooperative architecture supporting; Gronbaek(226)-25
	temporal links, with playing video; Sawhney(1)-8
	Thoth-II able to handle; Collier(104)-276
	defining for decomposition diagrams with ABC tools; Smith(180)-188
	fragmentation, danger of losing semantics to; Raymond(96)-144
	mechanisms, HyTime DTD, benefits of; Buford(11)-106
	OED representation issues; Raymond(96)-143
	See Also classification; models; 
	different hypermedia systems, Flag taxonomy role; Osterbye(13)-129
	Synthesis, HyperCafe relationship to; Sawhney(1)-2
	writing, Notes program as aid to; Neuwirth(137)-319
System Factory, 
	DIF as component of; Garg(112)-410
	structure; Garg(112)-411
	See Also architecture; backtracking; behavior; hypermedia, operating systems; hypermedia systems issues; models; open hypermedia systems (OHS); 
	architecture; Wiil(14)-140
		HAM; Campbell(87)-22
		Himotoki hypermedia system; Hirata(2)-17, Hirata(2)-11
		hypermedia operating system, general structure of; Nuernberg(19)-198
		hypermedia operating system, HOSS implementation; Nuernberg(19)-198
		HyperStorm abstract hypermedia engine; Bapat(20)-210
		layered; Bigelow(111)-397
		maintaining consistency between design and de facto versions, ABC tools for; Smith(180)-189
		open, characteristics; Wiil(14)-140
	building, hypertext use for in ABC; Smith(180)-179
	classification of, See classification (hypermedia systems); 
		hypermedia, Extended Dexter model use for; Gronbaek(15)-150
		hypertext as a support environment for; Conklin(102)-247
		managing with a distributed hypermedia collaboration environment; Shackelford(224)-1
		models, hypermedia application design distinguished from; Gronbaek(15)-150
		open hypermedia, Flag taxonomy as tool for classifying and identifying the design space of; Osterbye(13)-129
	design decisions, impact on hypertext authors; Charney(94)-114
	Dexter model based on, names and characteristics of; Halasz(299)-30
	hypermedia operating systems, 
		characteristics of; Nuernberg(19)-195
		resource allocation; Nuernberg(19)-195
		scheduling; Nuernberg(19)-195
		swapping in; Nuernberg(19)-195
	hypermedia system calls, potential for in a hypermedia operating system; Nuernberg(19)-197
	independence, advantages of hypertext design model for; Garzotto(190)-314
	independent framework, Flag taxonomy role; Osterbye(13)-129
	integration, hypermedia-based; Gronbaek(15)-150
	integration software, advantages of a dynamic link-resolution handler over; Tompa(234)-118
	non-monlithic integrating; Gronbaek(15)-149
	programming, future directions in building with hypertext; Bigelow(111)-407
	spatial hypertext, 
		HyperCafe; Sawhney(1)-1
		Storyspace; Rosenberg(3)-23
		VIKI; Rosenberg(3)-23
	states, WWW browser navigation; Jones(16)-162
	structured hypermedia, See, 
		ASK systems; 
		Collaboratory Notebook; 
	system-level tools, hypertext as; Bieber(182)-206