gIBIS: a hypertext tool for exploratory policy discussion

@article{Conklin1988gIBISAH,
  title={gIBIS: a hypertext tool for exploratory policy discussion},
  author={Jeff Conklin and Michael L. Begeman},
  journal={ACM Trans. Inf. Syst.},
  year={1988},
  volume={6},
  pages={303-331}
}
This paper describes an application-specific hypertext system designed to facilitate the capture of early design deliberations. It implements a specific method, called Issue Based Information Systems (IBIS), which has been developed for use on large, complex design problems. The hypertext system described here, gIBIS (for graphical IBIS), makes use of color and a high-speed relational database server to facilitate building and browsing typed IBIS networks. Further, gIBIS is designed to support… Expand
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