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2Bates, C.: Web programming : building Internet applications.
New York : Wiley, 2000. XXI, 469 S.
Themenfeld: Internet ; Elektronisches Publizieren
LCSH: Web site development
RVK: ST 200
4Wolfram, D. ; Dimitroff, A.: Preliminary findings on searcher performance and perceptions of performance in a hypertext bibliographic retrieval system.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(1997) no.12, S.1142-1145.
Abstract: Reports on research examining the relationship of searcher performance and perception of performance, particulary for hypertext-based onformation retrieval systems for bibliographic data. Employs a prototype hypertext bibliographic retrieval system called HyperLynx. Evaluates its use by 83 subjects at the School of Library and Information Science and the Golda Meir Library at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. Measures of system usgae indicate that there is no significant relationship between confidence and the number of record pages visited, although confident searchers searched for shorter time periods. The reality check measures shows that both novice and experienced searchers were over confident in their performance
Themenfeld: Hypertext ; Retrievalstudien
5Dimitroff, A. ; Wolfram, D.: Searcher response in a hypertext-based bibliographic information retrieval system.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 46(1995) no.1, S.22-29.
Abstract: This article examines searcher behavior and affective response to a hypertext-based bibliographic information retrieval system called HyperLynx for searchers with different search skills and backgrounds. Search times and number of nodes visited were recorded for five specified search queries, and views of the system were recorded for each searcher. No significant differences were found in search times or user satisfaction with the system, indicating that a hypertext-based approach to bibliographic retrieval could be appropriate for a variety of searcher experience levels
6Philips, R.: HyperLib : a hypertext interface to a library information system.
In: Library technology news. 1995, no.17, S.4-6.
Abstract: Outlines the progress of HyperLib, research which began in 1993 to develop a hypertext interface to the online catalogue and other databases at the University of Antwerp. A human factors oriented design methodology was adopted. A user survey was carried out. The project has focused on development of electronic guides and manual and interfaces to access an academic bibliography database and the UDC subject classification scheme. Evaluation is being carried out in 1995
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Hypertext ; Suchoberflächen
7Corthouts, J. ; Philips, R. ; Borm, J. v.: Hyperlib, een hypertekst-interface voor een bibliotheek- en informatiesysteem.
In: Bibliotheek- en archiefgids. 71(1995) no.3, S.138-146.
Abstract: The Hyperlib project, which is a joint, EC-funded project, between the libraries of Antwerp and Loughborough universities, aims to investigate the opportunities for a hypertext-structured catalogue at Antwerp University. Essential to the project was a survey of user requirements. Because of time constraints, however, it proved impossible to develop a full hypertext-structured database. As a result of the project a redesigned OPAC will be implemented in Spring 95, which will include individual journal article sand the opportunity to create personalised menu-structures
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Hypertext
9Standage, T.: Perl : the glue of the Internet.
In: Net. 1995, no.12, S.64-66.
Abstract: Describes the application of the Practical Extraction and Report Langugae (perl) software used for the creation of web pages on the Internet and WWW by holding together the different computerized information sources
Objekt: WWW ; Perl