Integrating open hypermedia systems with the World Wide Web

@inproceedings{Anderson1997IntegratingOH,
  title={Integrating open hypermedia systems with the World Wide Web},
  author={K. Anderson},
  booktitle={HYPERTEXT '97},
  year={1997}
}
  • K. Anderson
  • Published in HYPERTEXT '97 1997
  • Computer Science
  • Research on open hypermedia systems (OHSs) has been conducted since the late Eighties [Meyrowitz, 1989]. These systems employ a variety of techniques to provide hypermedia services to a diverse range of applications. The World Wide Web is the largest distributed hypermedia system in use and was developed largely independent of the research in OHSs. The popularity of the Web along with problems inherent in its design has motivated OHS researchers to integrate their systems with it. This research… CONTINUE READING

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