Preliminary Program

Subject to change


Wednesday, May 31, 2000
8:30 am - 10:00 am
  • Session 1: Opening Keynote Scott McCloud, title to be announced
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Session 2a: Papers, Media Issues in Hypertext
    • The Travails of Visually Impaired Web Travellers
      Carole Goble, Simon Harper, and Robert Stevens
    • An Orthogonal Taxonomy for Hyperlink Anchor Generation in Video Streams Using Ovaltine
      Jason M. Smith, David Stotts, and Sang-Uok Kim
    • Generating Presentation Constraints from Rhetorical Structure
      Lloyd Rutledge, Brian Bailey, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lynda Hardman, and Joost Geurts
  • Session 2b: Papers, Hypertext and Education
    • Reusable Hypertext Structures for Distance and JIT Learning
      Anne Spalter and Rosemary Simpson
    • Linking by Interacting: a Paradigm for Authoring Hypertext
      Maria Pimentel, Gregory Abowd, and Yoshihide Ishiguro
    • Automatic Creation of Exercises in Adaptive Hypermedia Learning Systems
      Stephan Fischer and Ralf Steinmetz
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Session 3a: Papers, Open Hypermedia Systems and Infrastructure
    • Integrating Infrastructure: Enabling Large-Scale Client Integration
      Kenneth Anderson, Christian Och, Roger King, and Richard Osborne
    • Investigating Link Service Infrastructures
      David De Roure, Nigel Walker, and Leslie Carr
    • XLink and Open Hypermedia Systems: A Preliminary Investigation (short paper) Brent Halsey and Kenneth M. Anderson
    • Providing hypertextual functionalities with XML (short paper)
      Luca Bompani, Fabio Vitali
  • Session 3b: Papers, Links and Relations
    • A Pragmatics of Links
      Susana Pajares Tosca
    • Arguments in Hypertext: A Rhetorical Approach
      Locke Carter
    • MORE THAN LEGIBLE: on links that readers don't want to follow (short paper)
      Mark Bernstein
    • Text and Hypertext: Always a Binary Relationship? (short paper)
      Licia Calvi
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Session 4a: Panel, Achieving Practical Development - Merging Skill Bases
    David Lowe, Deena Larsen, other panelists to be announced
  • Session 4b: Short papers, Collaboration and Models
    • Visualizing Interaction History on a Collaborative Web Server
      Andreas Dieberger, Peter Lonnqvist
    • Context-Aware Hypermedia in a Dynamically Changing Environment Supported by A High-Level Petri-Net
      Jin-Cheon Na and Richard Furuta
    • Integration of navigational aids in the user interface
      M. Hascoet
    • Content Permanence Via Versioning and Fingerprinting
      Jonathan Simonson, Daniel Berleant, Ahmed Bayyari
    • Posties: A WebDAV Application for Collaborative Work
      Joachim Feise
    • Designing User Interfaces for Collaborative Web-based Open Hypermedia
      Niels Olof Bouvin
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Evening Session 1: Hypertext Readings by Hypertext Authors
    authors to be announced
Thursday, June 1, 2000
8:30 am - 10:00 am
  • Session 5a: Papers, Open Hypermedia
    • FOHM: A Fundamental Open Hypertext Model for Investigating Interoperability between Hypertext Domains
      Dave Millard, Luc Moreau, Hugh Davis, and Siegfried Reich
    • Naming as a Fundamental Concept of Open Hypermedia Systems
      Manolis Tzagarakis, Nikos Karousos, Dimitris Christodoulakis, and Siegfried Reich
    • Hypermedia in the Virtual Project Room - Toward Open 3D Spatial Hypermedia
      Preben Mogensen and Kaj Grønbæk
  • Session 5b: Short papers, From Authoring to Design
    • Making a Successful Case for a Hypertextual Doctoral Dissertation
      Christine Boese
    • Structure Problems in Hypertext Mysteries
      Chris Willerton
    • From Cinematographic to Hypertext Narrative
      Clara Mancini
    • A Semiotic Analysis of iMarketing Tools
      Moritz Neumueller
    • Analysis of the Authoring Process of Hypertext Document
      margit pohl, peter purgathofer
    • Towards the Prediction of Development Effort for Web Applications
      Emilia Mendes, Wendy Hall
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Session 6a: Papers, Clustering Hypertext
    • Defining Logical Domains in a Web Site
      Wen-Syan Li, Okan Kolak, Quoc Vu, and Hajime Takano
    • Organizing Topic-Specific Web Information
      Sougata Mukherjea
    • Clustering Hypertext with Applications to Web Searching
      Dharmendra Modha and W. Scott Spangler
  • Session 6b: Panel, Publishing Issues for Hypertext
    panelists TBA
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Session 7a: Short papers, Adaptive Hypertext
    • Automatically Linking Multimedia Meeting Documents by Image Matching
      Patrick Chiu, Jonathan Foote, Andreas Girgensohn, John Boreczky
    • Creation of Interactive Media Content by the Reuse of Images
      Tsutomu Miyasato
    • Generating Instructional Hypermedia with APHID
      Judi Thomson, Jim Greer, John Cooke
    • Adaptability in KDAEHS: an Adaptive Educational Hypermedia System Based on Structural Computing
      Haiyan Xu, Xuehai Zhou, Jinfeng Ni, Zhenxi Zhao
    • Personal Information Everywhere
      Boaz Carmeli, Benjamin Cohen, Alan J. Wecker
    • Navigational Correlates of Comprehension in Hypertext
      John E. McEneaney
  • Session 7b: Technical Briefings
    • A Development Environment for Building Component-Based Open Hypermedia Systems
      Uffe Kock Wiil
    • The Three R's - Reading, Writing, and Reaching Out: What We've Learned at HT Conferences, CyberMountain, and Elsewhere
      Lawrence J. Clark, Deena Larsen
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Session 8a: Reading and Interaction
    • The Pleasure Principle: Immersion, Engagement, Flow
      Yellowlees Douglas and Andrew Hargadon
    • Toward an Organic Hypertext
      Robert Kendall and Jean-Hugues Rety
    • Hypertext Interaction Revisited
      Gene Golovchinsky and Catherine Marshall
  • Session 8b: TBA
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Evening Session 2: Demonstrations and Posters, Reception
    • presentations to be announced
Friday, June 2, 2000
8:30 am - 10:00 am
  • Session 9: Papers, Hypertext Design, Generation, and Evaluation
    • Finding Linking Opportunities through Relationship-based Analysis
      Joonhee Yoo and Michael Bieber
    • Ontology-Supported and Ontology-Driven Conceptual Navigation on the World Wide Web
      Michel Crampes and Sylvie Ranwez
    • Automatically Generated Hypertext Versions of Scholarly Articles and Their Evaluation
      James Blustein
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Session 10: Closing Keynote
    Jonathan Grudin, Irresistible Forces and Immovable Objects

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