Hypertext (CPSC 610) Class Schedule and Reading List

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Approximate Schedule (Subject to Change)

class 1: (Jan. 14)
Class Overview, Introductions, What is Hypertext?

class 2: (Jan. 16)
As We May Think, Vannevar Bush

class 3: (Jan. 18)
Study day, no official class (use this time to set up project teams and topics.)

class 4: (Jan. 23)
A Research Center for Augmenting Human Intellect, Doug Engelbart and William English

class 5: (Jan. 25)
A File Structure for the Complex, the Changing, and the Indeterminate, Ted Nelson
Managing Immense Storage, Ted Nelson

class 6: (Jan. 28)
KMS: A Distributed Hypermedia System for Managing Knowledge, Rob Akscyn et al.
Intermedia: The Concept and the Construction of a Seamless Information Environment, Nicole Yankelovich et al.

class 7: (Jan. 30)
Hypertext: An Introduction and Survey, Jeff Conklin

class 8: (Feb. 1)
Distributed Hypertext for Collaborative Research: The Virtual Notebook System, Frank Shipman et al.
Reflections on Notecards: Seven Issue for the Next Generation of Hypermedia Systems, Frank Halasz

class 9: (Feb. 4)
Project presentations

class 10: (Feb. 6)
HAM: A General Purpose Hypertext Abstract Machine, Brad Campbell and Joseph Goodman
The Dexter Hypertext Model, Frank Halasz and Mayer Schwartz

class 11: (Feb. 8)
Viewing Dexter with Open Eyes, John Leggett and John Schnase
Designing Dexter-based Hypermedia Services for the World Wide Web, Kaj Gronbaek et al.

class 12: (Feb. 11)
Hypermedia Operating Systems: A New Paradigm for Computing, Peter Nurnberg et al.
VerSE: Towards Hypertext Versioning Styles, Anja Haake and David Hicks

class 13: (Feb. 13)
gIBIS: A Hypertext Tool for Team Design Deliberation, Jeff Conklin and Michael Begeman
PHIDIAS: Integrating CAD Graphics into Dynamic Hypertext, Ray McCall et al.

class 14: (Feb. 15)
No class -- distinguished lecture series presentation in Zachary.

class 15: (Feb. 18)
Aquanet: a Hypertext Tool to Hold Your Knowledge in Place, Catherine Marshall et al.
Two Years before the Mist: Experiences with Aquanet, Catherine Marshall

class 16: (Feb. 20)
Searching for the Missing Link: Discovering Implicit Structure in Spatial Hypertext, Catherine Marshall and Frank Shipman
VIKI: Spatial Hypertext Supporting Emergent Structure, Catherine Marshall et al.

class 17: (Feb. 22)
Project presentations

class 18: (Feb. 25)
The Visual Knowledge Builder: A Second Generation Spatial Hypertext, Frank Shipman et al.
Semantics Happen: Knowledge Building in Spatial Hypertext, Frank Shipman et al.

class 19: (Feb. 27)
Expanding the Notion of Links, Steven DeRose
Don't Link Me In: Set Based Hypermedia for Taxonomic Reasoning, H. Van Dyke Parunak

class 20: (March 1)
Exam 1

class 21: (March 4)
Petri-Net-Based Hypertext: Document Structure with Browsing Semantics, P. David Stotts and Richard Furuta

class 22: (March 6)
Scripted Documents: A Hypermedia Path Mechanism, Polle Zellweger
Specifying Temporal Behavior in Hypermedia Documents, Cecelia Buchanan and Polle Zellweger

class 23: (March 8)
Hyperspeech: Navigating in Speech-Only Hypermedia, Barry Arons
HyperCafe: Narrative and Aesthetic Properties of Hypervideo, Nitin Sawhney et al.

class 24: (March 18)
A Moment in Hypertext: A Brief Lexicon of Time, Marjorie Luesebrink

Do You Have the Time? Composition and Linking in Time-based Hypermedia, Lynda Hardman et al.

class 25: (March 20)
Guided Tours and On-Line Presentations: How Authors Make Existing Hypertext Intelligible for Readers, Catherine Marshall and Peggy Irish
Using Networked Information to Create Educational Guided Paths, Frank Shipman et al.

class 26: (March 22)
Perception of Content, Structure, and Presentation Changes in Web-based Hypertext, Luis Francisco-Revilla et al.
Fixed or Fluid? Docuement Stability and New Media, David Levy

class 27: (March 25)
Project presentations

class 28: (March 27)
Adaptive Hypermedia: From Systems to Framework, Paul De Bra et al.
AHAM: A Dexter-based Reference Model for Adaptive Hypermedia, Paul De Bra et al.

class 29: (April 1)
Fluid Links for Informed and Incremental Link Transitions, Polle Zellweger et al.
The Travails of Visually Impaired Web Travellers, Carole Goble et al.

class 30: (April 3)
What the Query Told the Link: The Integration of Hypertext and Information Retrieval, Gene Golovchinsky
Practical Methods for Automatically Generating Typed Links, Chip Cleary and Ray Bareiss

class 31: (April 5)
Design of Hypermedia Publications: Issue and Solutions, Paul Kahn et al.

class 32: (April 8)
Project presentations

class 33: (April 10)
Industrial Strength Hypermedia: Requirement for a Large Engineering Enterprise, Kathryn Malcolm et al.
Intellectual Property Rights for Digital Library and Hypertext Publishing Systems, An Analysis of Xanadu, Pamela Samuelson and Robert Glushko

class 34: (April 12)
Project work day

class 35: (April 15)
Systematic Hypermedia Application Design with OOHDM, Daniel Schwabe et al.
Designing Modal Hypermedia Applications, Franca Garzotto et al.

class 36: (April 17)
Hypertext and "the Hyperreal", Stuart Moulthrop
Piecing Together and Tearing Apart: Finding the Story in Afternoon, Jill Walker

class 37: (April 19)
A Pragmatics of Links, Susana Tosca
The Structure of Hypertext Activity, Jim Rosenberg

class 38: (April 22)
Stalking the Paratext: Speculations on Hypertext Links as Second Order Text, Francisco Ricardo
Scholarly Hypertext: Self-Represented Complexity, David Kolb

class 39: (April 24)
Patterns of Hypertext, Mark Bernstein
Hypertext Structure as the Event of Connection, Adrian Miles

class 40: (April 26)
Exam 2

class 41: (April 29) Project Reports

class 42: (April 30) Project Reports