metrics. There seems to be a general consensus about the abstract data model which a hypertext system should use. The diagrams are a bit dotty, but available in versioins linked below. A solution: Hypertext Personal Experience with Hypertext In 1980, I wrote a program for keeping track of software with which I was involved in the PS control system. People, software modules, groups of people, projects. And yes, this would provide an excellent project with which to try our new object oriented programming techniques!) TBL March 1989, May 1990 References NEL67 Nelson,.H. I am not so much concerned with the specific issue of censorship of mor. We can call the circles nodes, and the arrows links. Accessing Existing Data The system must achieve a critical usefulness early.
The system we need is like a diagram of circles and arrows, where circles and arrows can stand for anything. In many cases at cern information about the state of systems is changing all the time. One must also be able to annotate links, as well as nodes, privately. Conclusion We should work toward a universal linked information system, in which generality and portability are more important than fancy graphics techniques and complex extra facilities. White paper series Opportunities and risks in emerging technologies. This is prompted by the strong push toward publishing of hypermedia information, for example on optical disk. Camp88 Campbell, B and Goodman, J HAM: a general purpose Hypertext Abstract Machine in Communications of the ACM July 1988 Vol 31,. The "Personal Skills Inventory".