The Eighth ACM International Hypertext Conference

Southampton, UK
April 6-11, 1997

Final Program for Hypertext 97

Workshops (Sunday April 6th and Monday April 7th) 


Tutorials / Courses (Monday April 7th and Tuesday April 8th) 

Sunday am 
(0900- 1300) 
Workshop: 3rd Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems  Workshop: Flexible Hypertext   Workshop: Writing Electronic Literature: Theorizing Structure and Access  Workshop: Incorporating Hypertext Functionality into Software Systems III 
Sunday pm 
(1300 - 1730) 
Workshop: 3rd Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems (Continued)  Workshop: Flexible Hypertext 
Workshop: Writing Electronic Literature: Theorizing Structure and Access (continued)  Workshop: 
Incorporating Hypertext Functionality into Software Systems III 
Monday am 
(0930 - 1300) 
Workshop: 3rd Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems (Continued)  Workshop: Flexible Hypertext 
Tutorial: Systematic Design of Hypermedia Applications  Tutorial: Hypermedia Engineering: Processes for developing large hypermedia systems 
Monday pm 
(1400 - 1730) 
Workshop: 3rd Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems (Continued)  Workshop: Flexible Hypertext 

Tutorial: Open and Integrated Hypermedia Documentation 
Tutorial: Systematic Design of Hypermedia Applications (Continued)  Tutorial: Hypermedia Engineering: Processes for developing large hypermedia systems (Coninued) 
Tuesday am 
(0930 - 1300) 
Tutorial: Uses of Hypermedia: From Design to the classroom  Tutorial: Java for Web-based Application Deployment  (Possible Tutorial on HyperWave) 
Tuesday pm 
(1400 - 1730) 
Tutorial: Uses of Hypermedia: From Design to the classroom (Continued)  Tutorial: The Microcosm Approach to Open Hypermedia; A Technical Overview.  Tutorial: Systematic Evaluation of Hypermedia Applications 

Main Conference: April 9th - April 11th

Wednesday April 9

09:00 - 09:30 
Opening Session 
The Conference will be opened by Professor Howard Newby, Vice Chancellor of the University of Southampton.
09:30 - 11:00  Opening keynote - John Smith 
11:00 - 11:30  Coffee break 
11:30 - 12:30 
Paper Session 1A: Open hypermedia systems 
E. James Whitehead, Jr.

An Architectural Model for Application Integration in Open Hypermedia Environments 

Uffe Kock Wiil and John J. Leggett

Workspaces: The HyperDisco Approach to Internet Distribution 
Panel Session 1B: Hypertext/Hypermedia in Organizational Memory Systems 
Moderators: Norbert A. Streitz and Guy Boy
12:30 - 14:30  Lunch & Posters 
14:30 - 15:30 
Paper Session 2A: Hypertext rhetorics 
Loss Glazier

'Our Words Were the Form We Entered': A Model of World Wide Web Hypertext 

David Kolb

A Rhetoric of Regions: Towards a More Complex Connectivity 
Paper Session 2B: As we might think 
V. Balasubramanian, Alf Bashian, and Daniel Porcher

Industrial Strength Hypermedia using Document Management and Web Technologies 

Peter J. Nuernberg, John J. Leggett, Erich R. Schneider

As we should have thought 
15:30 - 16:00  Coffee break 
16:00 - 17:30 
Paper Session 3A: Hypertext design 
Franca Garzotto, Luca Mainetti, and Paolo Paolini

Designing Modal Hypermedia Applications 

Helen Petrie, Sarah Morley, Peter McNally, Anne-Marie O'Neill and Dennis Majoe

Initial design and evaluation of an interface to hypermedia systems for blind users 

Gustavo Rossi, Daniel Schwabe and Alejandra Garrido

Design Reuse in Hypermedia Application Development 

Evening  Dinner on board historic ship, H.M.S. Warrior in Portsmouth harbour 

Thursday April 10

09:00 - 10:30 
Paper Session 4A: Information retrieval 
Gene Golovchinsky

What the Query Told the Link: The integration of hypertext and information retrieval 

Kyoji Hirata, Sougata Mukherjea, Yusaku Okamura, Wen-Syan Li, Yoshinori Hara

Object-based Navigation: An Intuitive Navigation Style for Content-oriented Integration Environment 

Daniel Cunliffe, Carl Taylor and Douglas Tudhope

Query-based Navigation in semantically indexed hypermedia 

Panel 4B: Hypermedia and  the future of Authorship. 
Moderator: Mark Bernstein
10:30 - 11:00  Coffee break 
11:00 - 12:30 
Structure and spatiality paper session
 Marcelo Augusto Santos Turine, Maria Cristina Ferreira de Oliveira, and Paulo Cesar Masiero

Designing Structured Hypertext with HMBS 

 Weigang Wang and Joerg Haake 
Supporting User-defined Activity Spaces 

 Catherine C. Marshall and Frank M. Shipman III 
Spatial Hypertext and the Practice of Information Triage 

Short Paper session: Hypermedia Design and Applications.
 Valery M. Chelnokov and Victoria L. Zephyrova

Collective Phenomena in Hypertext Networks 

 Martin Engebretsen 
Hyper-news: revolution or contradiction? 

 Holger Husemann, Jörg Petersen, Christian Kanty, Hans-Dieter Kochs, Peter Hase 
An User Adaptive Navigation Metaphor to Connect and Rate the Coherence of Terms and Complex Objects 

 Licia Calvi and Paul De Bra 
Improving the Usability of Hypertext Courseware through Adaptive Linking 

 J C Bullock & C A Goble 
TourisT - Conceptual Hypermedia Tourist Information 

 Brian C. Ladd, Michael V. Capps, P. David Stotts 
WWW: What Cost Simplicity 

 Sylvain Fraïssé 
A task driven design method and its associated tool for automatically generating hypertexts 

 Corinne Chuat 
Using Hypertext for Textual Genetics 

12:30 - 15:00  Lunch and Demos 
15:00 - 16:30 
Paper Session 6A: WWW Integration and Application
 Kaj Grønbæk, Niels Olof Bouvin, and Lennert Sloth

Designing Dexter-based hypermedia services for the World Wide Web 

 Kenneth M. Anderson 
Integrating Open Hypermedia Systems with the World Wide Web 

 Richard Furuta, Frank M. Shipman, III, Catherine C. Marshall, Donald Brenner, Hao-wei Hsieh 
Hypertext Paths and the World-Wide Web: Experiences with Walden's Paths 
Panel Session 6B: The World Wide Web and Hypertext Research 
Moderator: Helen Ashman 
16:30 - 17:00  Coffee break 
17:00 - 19:00  Live link - Hypertext meets the WEB 
Evening  Dinner at University, after dinner speaker Ted Nelson 

Friday April 11

09:00 - 10:30 
Paper Session 7A: Visualization
 Chaomei Chen

Structuring and Visualising the WWW by Generalised Similarity Analysis 

 Sougata Mukherjea and Yoshinori Hara 
Focus & Context Views of World-Wide Web Nodes 

 Fernando Das Neves 
The Aleph: A tool to spatially represent user knowledge about the WWW docuverse 

Short Paper Session 7B: Systems
 Horace Ho-Shing IP, Siu-Lok CHAN

Hypertext-Assisted Video Indexing and Content-based Retrieval 

 Michael Bieber 
A Generic Dynamic-Mapping Wrapper for Open Hypertext System Support of Analytical Applications 

 Stuart Goose, Jonathan Dale, Wendy Hall and David De Roure 
Microcosm TNG: A Distributed Architecture to Support Reflexive Hypermedia Applications 

 Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lynda Hardman, Lloyd Rutledge 
Style Sheet Support for Hypermedia Documents 

 Antoine Rizk, Dale Sutcliffe 
Distributed link service in the Aquarelle project 

 Gary Hill, Gerard Hutchings, Roger James, Steve Loades, Jacques Hale, Mike Hatzopulous 
Exploiting Serendipity Amongst Users to Provide Support For Hypertext Navigation 

10:30 - 11:00  Coffee break 
11:00 - 12:30  Closing keynote - Cathy Marshall 
12:30 - 13:00  Closing session 
13:00 - 14:00  SIGLink meeting 
1630-1700 "Ted Nelson's Wake Up Call" to WWW6 in Santa Clara: Live Broadcast.

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