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A Client-Server Architecture for Rich Visual History Interfaces

@inproceedings{Salter1999ACA,
  title={A Client-Server Architecture for Rich Visual History Interfaces},
  author={Richard M. Salter},
  year={1999}
}
History-keeping has surfaced as a potentially valuable asset to educational and other software. Current research in learning histories considers the hypothesis that providing learners with a readable record of their actions may help them monitor their behavior and reflect on their progress. However, the scope of learning histories goes far beyond the means provided by an undo/redo or document-reca ll history system. In this paper we describe Trails, a component-based framework for constructing… 

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