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Title: Achieving user adaptivity in hyperspace with hypercontext
Authors: Staff, Chris
Keywords: Hyperspace
Hypertext systems
Adaptive control systems
Information retrieval -- Automation
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of ICT
Citation: Staff, C. (2003). Achieving user adaptivity in hyperspace with hypercontext. 1st Computer Science Annual Workshop (CSAW’03), Msida. 106-109.
Abstract: HyperContext is a framework for adaptive and adaptable hypertext. In any hyperspace, each piece of information (e.g., contained in a document or node) is normally juxtaposed by other information via links. Two or more hypertext users may encounter the same document although they may have followed different paths to reach it. Those two users may well describe different aspects of the document as relevant to their needs and requirements. The HyperContext framework allows users to create different interpretations of information in context, which will also be available to future users.
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