Soaring through hyperspace: A snapshot of Hyper-G and its Harmony client

Abstract

This paper describes the current status of work on Hyper-G and its new viewer, Harmony. Hyper-G is a generalpurpose, large-scale, distributed hypermedia information system under development at Graz University of Technology. It is based on the client-server model across the Internet and is interoperable with both Gopher and World Wide Web. Harmony is the new native Hyper-G client for X Windows on Unix platforms. It takes advantage of Hyper-G's structuring and retrieval features to provide both intuitive navigational facilities and informative feedback about the location of information.

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@inproceedings{Kappe1994SoaringTH, title={Soaring through hyperspace: A snapshot of Hyper-G and its Harmony client}, author={Frank Kappe}, year={1994} }