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Electronic Tools for Dismantling the Master's House: Poststructuralist Feminist Research and Hypertext Poetics
Wendy Morgan, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

"Lector in rebus": The Role of the Reader and the Characteristics of Hyperreading
Licia Calvi, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Piecing together and tearing apart: finding the story in afternoon
Jill Walker, University of Bergen, Norway

Models, Development and Assessment

Improving Hypermedia Development: A Reference Model-Based Process Assessment Method
David B. Lowe, Andrew J. Bucknell, Uni. of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Richard G. Webby, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

AHAM: A Dexter-based Reference Model for Adaptive Hypermedia
Paul De Bra, Geert-Jan Houben, Hongjing Wu, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Abstract Tasks: a Tool for the Inspection of WEB Sites and Off-line Hypermedia
Franca Garzotto, Maristella Matera, Paolo Paolini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Discovering and Generating Structure

Trailblazing the Literature of Hypertext: Author Co-Citation Analysis (1989-1998)
Chaomei Chen, Brunel University, UK
Les Carr, Southampton University, UK

Semiautomatic Generation of Glossary Links: A Practical Solution
Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Siemens, Wien, Austria
Papa Samba Niang Diallo, Wien, Austria

Finding Context Paths in Web
Yoshiaki Mizuuchi, Keishi Tajima, Kobe University, Japan


Audiovisual-based hypermedia authoring: using structured representations for the efficient manipulation of AV documents
Gwendal Auffret, Jean Carrive, Olivier Chevet, Thomas Dechilly, Rimi Ronfard, Bruno Bachimont, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, France

Mix'n'Match: Exchangeable Modules of Hypermedia Style
Lloyd Rutledge, Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Dick C. A. Bulterman, CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Do You Have the Time? Composition and Linking in Time-based Hypermedia
Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, K. Sjoerd Mullender, Lloyd Rutledge, Dick C. A. Bulterman, CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Navigation and Visualisation

Visualizing and Assessing Navigation in Hypertext
John E. McEneaney, Indiana University South Bend, USA

Beyond Location: Hypertext Workspaces and Non-Linear Views
Frank M. Shipman, III, Texas A&M University, USA
Catherine C. Marshall, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, USA
Mark LeMere, Guidant Corporation, USA

World Wide Web and Open Hypermedia Systems

Control Choices and Network Effects in Hypertext Systems
E. James Whitehead, Jr., University of California, Irvine, USA

Scalability in Open Hypermedia Systems
Kenneth M. Anderson, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

What was the question? Reconciling open hypermedia and World Wide Web research
Peter J. Nürnberg, Aarhus University, Denmark
Helen Ashman, University of Nottingham, UK

Strategies for Web Augmentation
Niels Olof Bouvin, Aarhus University, Denmark

Computer-supported Co-operative Work

Team-and-Role-Based Organizational Context and Access Control for Cooperative Hypermedia Environments
Weigang Wang, GMD-IPSI, Darmstadt, Germany