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inlineLink: Inline Expansion Link Methods in Hypertext Browsing

@inproceedings{Miura2001inlineLinkIE,
  title={inlineLink: Inline Expansion Link Methods in Hypertext Browsing},
  author={Motoki Miura and Buntarou Shizuki and Jiro Tanaka},
  year={2001}
}
Conventional web browsers are designed to display a single web page for each window. A reader who wants to follow a link to a new web page while continuing to display the previous web page must do so by utilizing the “open link in new window” menu feature. Having done so, the reader may then control the positions and dimensions of both the old and the new windows, in order to display both web pages at the same time. To reduce the number of steps that must be taken to simultaneously display two… Expand
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