Content-oriented Integration in Hypermedia System, Kyoji Hirata, Yoshinori Hara, Hajime Takano, Shigehito Kawasaki
The Structure of Hypertext Activity, Jim Rosenberg
Automatic Hypertext Link Typing, James Allan
Automatic Text Decomposition Using Text Segments and Text Themes, Gerard Salton, Amit Singhal, Chris Buckley, and Mandar Mitra
Hypertextual Dynamics in A Life Set for Two, Robert Kendall
Hypertext with Consequence: Recovering a Politics of Hypertext, Diane Greco
Evaluating Hytime: An Examination and Implementation Experience, John Buford
Systematic Hypermedia Application Design with OOHDM, Daniel Schwabe, Gustavo Rossi, Simone D.J. Barbosa
The HyperDisco Approach to Open Hypermedia Systems, Uffe Kock Wiil and John J. Leggett
Toward a Dexter-based model for open hypermedia: Unifying embedded references and link objects, Kaj Gronbak and Randall H. Trigg
Papers Session: Navigation in the World-Wide Web
Browsing the WWW by interacting with a textual virtual environment - A framework for experimenting with navigational metaphors, Andreas Dieberger
HyPursuit: A Hierarchical Network Search Engine that Exploits Content-Link Hypertext Clustering, Ron Weiss, Bienvenido Velez, Mark A. Sheldon, Chanathip Nemprempre, Peter Szilagyi, David K. Gifford
HyperStorM: An Extendable Object-Oriented Hypermedia Engine Authors: Ajit Bapat, Jurgen Wasch, Karl Aberer, Joerg M. Haake
Media-based Navigation with Generic Links Steve R. Griffiths, Rob J. Wilkins, Paul H. Lewis, Hugh C. Davis Wendy Hall
Paper mini-session: Extending the World-Wide Web (4:00-5:00)
Experiences in Developing Collaborative Applications Using the World Wide Web "Shell", Andreas Girgensohn, Alison Lee, and Kevin Schlueter
Perspectives mini-session: Evaluation (5:00-6:00)
Punyashloke Mishra and Kim Nguyen (NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne) "Reading Hypertext Fiction: The effect of Individual Beliefs and Assumptions about Authors, Readers and Texts"
Blair Nonnecke, Richard Jacques, Diane McKerlie, Jenny Preece (South Bank University) "Video-Based Hypermedia: Guiding Design with Users' Questions"
Gary Marchionini (University of Maryland) Chair and Commentator [Gary Perlman, Commentator]
Michael Bieber (New Jersey Institute of Technology) "Crafting the Electronic Edition of the _Communications of the ACM_ August 1995 Special Issue on Hypermedia Design"
Paul De Bra and Frank Dignum (Eindhoven University of Technology) "Collaborative Hypertext Authoring in the Web"
Gary Hill, Les Carr, Dave De Roure and Wendy Hall (University of Southampton) "The Distributed Link Service: Multiple Views on the WWW"
John R. Wolcott and Joan E. Robertson (University of Washington): "The WWW as an Environment for Collaborative Research: An Experiment in Graduate Education"
Norbert Streitz, GMD-IPSI (Co-Chair) Steven J. DeRose, Electronic Book Technologies (Co-Chair)