Draft 1 Not to Be Cited or Believed

  • James Mayyeld
  • Published 1995


A two{level model of hypertext is one in which a set of texts is augmented with an ancillary structure that captures some aspect of the meaning of those texts. Links between texts are routed through the ancillary structure. This chapter surveys the wide range of two{level hy-pertext models that have been developed in the past few years. Declarative… (More)


Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Mayyeld1995Draft1N, title={Draft 1 Not to Be Cited or Believed}, author={James Mayyeld}, year={1995} }