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hy·per·text

 (hī′pər-tĕkst′)
n.
Digital text that contains hyperlinks to other texts.

hypertext

(ˈhaɪpəˌtɛkst)
n
(Computer Science) computer software and hardware that allows users to create, store, and view text and move between related items easily and in a nonsequential way; a word or phrase can be selected to link users to another part of the same document or to a different document

hy•per•text

(ˈhaɪ pərˌtɛkst)
n.
Computers. data, as text, graphics, or sound, stored in a computer so that a user can move nonsequentially through a link from one object or document to another.
[1960–65]

hy·per·text

(hī′pər-tĕkst′)
A computer-based text retrieval system that enables a user to access particular locations in webpages or other electronic documents by clicking on links within specific webpages or documents.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hypertext - machine-readable text that is not sequential but is organized so that related items of information are connected; "Let me introduce the word hypertext to mean a body of written or pictorial material interconnected in such a complex way that it could not conveniently be presented or represented on paper"--Ted Nelson
machine-readable text - electronic text that is stored as strings of characters and that can be displayed in a variety of formats
object-oriented database - a database in which the operations carried out on information items (data objects) are considered part of their definition
Translations
hipertext
hypertekst
hyperteksti
hipertext
stiklutexti
hipermetin

hypertext

[ˈhaɪpəˌtekst] N (Comput) → hipertexto m

hypertext

[ˈhaɪpərtɛkst]
nhypertexte m
modif
hypertext link → lien m hypertexte
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Previous studies have demonstrated that the effective use of metacognitive strategies has been recognized as an important means to increase hypertext comprehension because learners can actively monitor their progress, determine where problems exist, adjust their learning strategies, and make decisions regarding which annotations they should access during reading (Akyel & Ergetin, 2009; Huang, Chern, & Lin, 2009; Lan, Lo, & Hsu, 2014).
Hypertext is a form of electronic text in which documents are linked together using an associative system.
Hypertext is a fundamental feature of the World Wide Web.
Hypertext is highly significant for all disciplines that are concerned with the creation, dissemination, storage, and philosophy of information.
Hypertext is also the basic format for World Wide Web (WWW or Web) documents using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
However intimidated my students feel anticipating our study of a hypertext novel, it takes no more than a little description of what we'll engage to make them comfortable.
Second, this special issue considers how the changing nature of hypertext requires us to adopt new development strategies that follow how readers act and interact in a highly visual-spatial medium.
different hypertext architectures can be matched to an
For example, in leaping from early nineteenth-century publication to hypertext issues, Kastan ignores the textbook Shakespeare of secondary and university education, certainly a major version or set of versions of Shakespeare, the author.
HYPERTEXT LINKS THAT SEARCH YOUR DATABASE -- lets you create hypertext links that search for the linked text.
Although a whole raft of tools and analyses were needed to prove that the Web is not organized like a spider's web, it is possible to demonstrate on a smaller scale that a hypertext produces a shape that is more or less patterned.
Brusilovsky and Rizzo won for their paper "Map-Based Horizontal Navigation in Educational Hypertext.