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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Denmark
1 × Italy
1 × United Kingdom
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
F.M.S.III U.Karadkar R.Furuta J.Crow P.Dave P.L.B.II Á.Figueira A.Arora S.Dash Z.Dalal T.Hubbard A.Norris S.Shukla C.B.Trace E.Whitworth A.Wongsa S.Pendyala A.Kerne J.Wang S.Davis L.Cifuentes D.Pogue
Talks about:
web (6) hypertext (5) collect (5) spatial (4) chang (4) base (4) interpret (3) manag (3) adapt (3) page (3)

Person: Luis Francisco-Revilla

DBLP DBLP: Francisco-Revilla:Luis

Contributed to:

HT 20122012
TPDL 20122012
Hypertext 20092009
Hypertext 20052005
DocEng 20042004
ECDL 20042004
Hypertext 20042004
ECDL 20032003
HT 20032003
HT 20012001
JCDL 20012001
JCDL 20042004
JCDL 20062006
JCDL 20072007
JCDL 20102010

Wrote 18 papers:

HT-2012-Francisco-RevillaF #adaptation #hypermedia
Adaptive spatial hypermedia in computational journalism (LFR, ÁF), pp. 313–314.
TPDL-2012-CrowFNST #library #repository
A Unique Arrangement: Organizing Collections for Digital Libraries, Archives, and Repositories (JC, LFR, AN, SS, CBT), pp. 335–344.
HT-2009-Francisco-RevillaC #layout #web
Interpreting the layout of web pages (LFR, JC), pp. 157–166.
HT-2005-Francisco-RevillaS #ambiguity #hypermedia #parsing
Parsing and interpreting ambiguous structures in spatial hypermedia (LFR, FMSI), pp. 107–116.
DocEng-2004-Francisco-RevillaS #adaptation #hypermedia
Instructional information in adaptive spatial hypertext (LFR, FMSI), pp. 124–133.
ECDL-2004-DaveFKFSB #physics
Incorporating Physical and Digital Artifacts into Growing Personal Collections (PD, LFR, UK, RF, FMSI, PLBI), pp. 341–352.
HT-2004-DaveBKFFS #hypermedia
Dynamically growing hypertext collections (PD, PLBI, UK, LFR, RF, FMSI), pp. 171–180.
HT-2004-Francisco-RevillaS #hypermedia #named
WARP: a web-based dynamic spatial hypertext (LFR, FMSI), pp. 235–236.
HT-2004-Francisco-RevillaS04a #adaptation #hypermedia #multi
Managing conflict in multi-model adaptive hypertext (LFR, FMSI), pp. 237–238.
ECDL-2003-KaradkarKFFSW #interface
Connecting Interface Metaphors to Support Creation of Path-Based Collections (UK, AK, RF, LFR, FMSI, JW), pp. 338–349.
Browsing intricately interconnected paths (PD, UK, RF, LFR, FMSI, SD, ZD), pp. 95–103.
HT-2001-Francisco-RevillaSFKA #hypermedia
Perception of content, structure, and presentation changes in Web-based hypertext (LFR, FMSI, RF, UK, AA), pp. 205–214.
JCDL-2001-Francisco-RevillaSFKA #web
Managing change on the web (LFR, FMSI, RF, UK, AA), pp. 67–76.
JCDL-2004-DalalDDFFKS #distributed #web
Managing distributed collections: evaluating web page changes, movement, and replacement (ZD, SD, PD, LFR, RF, UK, FMSI), pp. 160–168.
JCDL-2006-DavisBCFFHKPS #authoring #education
Template-based authoring of educational artifacts (SD, PLBI, LC, LFR, RF, TH, UK, DP, FMSI), pp. 242–243.
Longitudinal study of changes in blogs (PLBI, LFR, RF, TH, UK, FMSI), pp. 135–136.
JCDL-2010-CrowWWFP #experience #interactive #multi #timeline
Timeline interactive multimedia experience (time): on location access to aggregate event information (JC, EW, AW, LFR, SP), pp. 201–204.
JCDL-2010-Francisco-RevillaC #web
Interpretation of web page layouts by blind users (LFR, JC), pp. 173–176.

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