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HCIL-89-20

Furuta, R., Plaisant, C., Shneiderman, B. (Dec. 1989)
Automatically transforming regularly structured linear documents into hypertext
Electronic Publishing - Origination, Dissemination and Design, vol. 2, 4 (1990) 211-229.
HCIL-89-20

Fully automatic conversion of a paper-based document into hypertext can be achieved in many cases if the original document is naturally partitioned into a collection of small-sized pieces that are unambiguously and consistently structured. We describe t he methodology that we have used successfully to design and implement several straightforward conversions from the original document's machine-readable markup.


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