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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × United Kingdom
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
F.D.Smith S.F.Weiss G.J.Ferguson M.Lansman W.Schuler D.E.Shackelford M.Bernstein G.P.Landow E.Mylonas K.Jeffay J.Lin J.Menges
Talks about:
system (5) base (4) hypertext (3) architectur (2) hypermedia (2) collabor (2) artifact (2) argument (2) author (2) text (2)

Person: John B. Smith

DBLP DBLP: Smith:John_B=

Facilitated 2 volumes:

CSCW 1994Ed
HT 1987Ed

Contributed to:

HT 19971997
HT 19961996
HT 19931993
CHI 19921992
CSCW 19921992
HT 19911991
ECHT 19901990
HT 19871987
SIGIR 19871987

Wrote 9 papers:

The King is Dead; Long Live the King (JBS), p. 240.
HT-1996-BernsteinLMS #hypermedia #process
The Process of Discovery: Hypertext and Scholarship (MB, GPL, EM, JBS), p. 258.
HT-1993-ShackelfordSS #architecture #distributed #hypermedia #implementation
The Architecture and Implementation of a Distributed Hypermedia Storage System (DES, JBS, FDS), pp. 1–13.
CHI-1992-SmithL #case study #design
Designing theory-based systems: a case study (JBS, ML), pp. 479–488.
CSCW-1992-JeffayLMSS #architecture #collaboration #matrix
Architecture of the Artifact-Based Collaboration System Matrix (KJ, JKL, JM, FDS, JBS), pp. 195–202.
HT-1991-SmithS #collaboration #hypermedia #named
ABC: A Hypermedia System for Artifact-Based Collaboration (JBS, FDS), pp. 179–192.
ECHT-1990-SchulerS #authoring
Author’s Argumentation Assistant (AAA): A Hypertext-Based Authoring Tool for Argumentative Texts (WS, JBS), pp. 137–151.
HT-1987-SmithWF #hypermedia
A Hypertext Writing Environment and its Cognitive Basis (JBS, SFW, GJF), pp. 195–214.
SIGIR-1987-SmithWF #analysis #named #retrieval
MICROARRAS: An Advanced Full-Text Retrieval and Analysis System (JBS, SFW, GJF), pp. 187–195.

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