A Hypertext for an Interactive Visit to a Science and Technology Museum

Abstract

According to Nielsen (1990), "hypertext is non-sequential writing: a directed graph, where each node contains some amount of text or other information. The nodes are connected by directed links. In most hypertext systems, a node may have several out-going links, each of them is then associated with some smaller part of the node, called an anchor. When users activate an anchor, they follow the associated link to its destination node, thus navigating the hypertext network".

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@inproceedings{Signore1993AHF, title={A Hypertext for an Interactive Visit to a Science and Technology Museum}, author={Oreste Signore and S. Malasoma and R. Tarchi and L. Tunno and Giuseppe Fresta}, booktitle={ICHIM}, year={1993} }