hypertext system


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Noun1.hypertext system - a database management system that allows strings of text (`objects') to be processed as a complex network of nodes that are linked together in an arbitrary way
object-oriented database management system - a database management system designed to manage an object-oriented database
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While it has been responsible for a range of technologies and processes relating to defence applications, it is best known among geeks for developing computer networking, the hypertext system and graphical user interface, things which have made modern computing and the internet a reality.
A hypertext system works like a database that stores text-based learning materials.
Often the implicit structure of the hypertext system gives the user support.
The company's dynamic hypermedia authoring tool, Microcosm Pro(TM), is a hypertext system for creating, browsing and querying large collections of documents.
Tim Berners-Lee's March 1989 proposal to construct a global hypertext system can be found on the World Wide Web Consortium's website (www.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of various external orienting tasks on learning, learner attitudes, and en route behaviors in the use of an educational hypertext system.
For 50-cents, anyone with browser can consult "The Emperor's Oracle," the web's only authentic rendition of the ancient Chinese 'I Ching,' the world's oldest book and original hypertext system, used for divination.
Douglas Engelbart is best known as the inventor of the computer "mouse" although his most significant work to date is leadership of the team that developed NLS, the first hypertext system, and collaborative computing.
It has been suggested that the use of a hypertext system can improve learning by representing an expert's knowledge structures and presenting them to learners (Shapiro & Niederhauser, 2003).
In addition to WebBase(TM), the Company's other products include WebBase Pro(TM) and Ameritech Network Design Expert(TM) (ANDE), a computer-aided design tool and hypertext system used to lay out networks, jointly owned with Ameritech.
OTC: EXGP) today announced that on June 30 the Company had signed a significant contract with Bell Canada for the Company's Ameritech Network Design Expert(TM) (ANDE), a computer-aided design tool and hypertext system used to lay out networks that is co-owned by ExperTelligence and Ameritech.
Douglas Engelbart is best known as the inventor of the computer mouse, although his most significant work to date is leadership of the team that developed collaborative computing and the oNLine System (NLS), the first hypertext system.

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