Adapting EcoCyc for use on the World Wide Web.

@article{Paley1996AdaptingEF,
  title={Adapting EcoCyc for use on the World Wide Web.},
  author={Suzanne Paley and Peter D. Karp},
  journal={Gene},
  year={1996},
  volume={172 1},
  pages={
          GC43-50
        }
}
The World Wide Web (WWW) offers the potential to deliver specialized information to an audience of unprecedented size. Along with this exciting new opportunity comes a challenge for software developers: instead of rewriting our software applications to operate over the WWW, how can we maximize software reuse by retrofitting existing applications? We have developed a Web server tool, written in Common Lisp, that allows existing graphical user interface applications written using the Common Lisp… CONTINUE READING
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