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Hyper-G and harmony: towards the next generation of networked information technology

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Hyper-G and harmony: towards the next generation of networked information technology
Current networked information systems on the Internet, whilst extremely successful, run into problems of fragmentation, consistency, scalability, and loss of orientation. The development of second generation" networked information systems, such as Hyper-G and its Harmony client, can help overcome these limitations. Of particular note are Hyper-G's tightly-coupled structuring, linking, and search facilities, its projection of a seamless information space across server boundaries with respect to each of these facilities, and its support for multiple languages. Harmony utilises two and threedimensional visualisations of the information space and couples location feedback to search and link browsing operations, in order to reduce the likelihood of disorientation.
Keith Andrews, Frank Kappe, Hermann A. Maurer
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where CHI
Authors Keith Andrews, Frank Kappe, Hermann A. Maurer
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