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hy·per·text

 (hī′pər-tĕkst′)
n.
Digital text that contains hyperlinks to other texts.
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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
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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]
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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.
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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
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Translations
hipertext
hypertekst
hyperteksti
hipertext
stiklutexti
hipermetin

hypertext

[ˈhaɪpəˌtekst] N (Comput) → hipertexto m
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hypertext

[ˈhaɪpərtɛkst]
nhypertexte m
modif
hypertext link → lien m hypertexte
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Berners-Lee created concepts such as Hypertext Transfer protocol (HTTP) to allow computers to talk to each other and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create the pages.
The world wide web basically consists of Uniform Resource Locator (URL), Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
Second, how do Shelley and Jackson--writing a multiframed, epistolary novel and a hypertext fiction, respectively--defy a writing culture that emphasizes originality and objectivity, and foreground oral characteristics such as intertextuality and an empathie audience relationship?
Although it has been reported that disorientation is a motivational problem that learners tend to have while navigating within a hypertext environment and that metacognitive processing skills can determine a successful search on the Internet, the evidence of previous research is inconclusive with regard to the effects of metacognitive strategies and annotation applications on the development of EFL hypertext comprehension (Ariew & Ercetin, 2004).
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.
"It's official: We're working on HTTP/2.0," wrote IETF Hypertext Transfer Protocol working group chair Mark Nottingham,in a Twitter message late Tuesday.
As technology evolves and various ways of incorporating hypertext and hypermedia are fused, the architecture of writing will change.
In the past decade many researchers have investigated the importance of the hypertext system to learning.
2) In which mode of text presentation, hypertext or linear text, do participants show higher performance in comprehension?
Using concepts from earlier hypertext systems, the Web was started in 1989 by the English physicist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, now the Director of the World Wide Web Consortium, and later by Robert Cailliau, a Belgian computer scientist, while both were working at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.
Hypertext is highly significant for all disciplines that are concerned with the creation, dissemination, storage, and philosophy of information.