Link Architecture for a Global Information Infrastructure

@inproceedings{Dyke2007LinkAF,
  title={Link Architecture for a Global Information Infrastructure},
  author={Jeffrey R. Van Dyke},
  year={2007}
}
  • Jeffrey R. Van Dyke
  • Published 2007
The notion of a link to represent an explicit relationship or association between entities has been utilized by numerous hypertext systems to provide a variety of capabilities, including quotation, navigation, annotation and knowledge structuring. The link mechanism described herein provides the ability to relate entities in a global information infrastructure, the Information Mesh. The implementation of a link architecture shows the feasibility of a minimum mechanism to provide a rich set of… CONTINUE READING

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