Open and Reconfigurable Hypermedia Systems: A Filter-Based Model

  title={Open and Reconfigurable Hypermedia Systems: A Filter-Based Model},
  author={Gary Hill and Rob Wilkins and Wendy Hall},
The need for open hypermedia systems has been well-argued by various authors. In this paper we discuss the Microcosm model for open hypermedia and show how filters have been used to extend this model both for greater efficiency and to make it totally reconfigurable. This enables users to tailor the functionality of the system to meet their own requirements, for example to select different sets of links, or to add navigation tools. The implementation of a management system for filters is… CONTINUE READING

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