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Travelled to:
1 × Denmark
1 × Italy
2 × The Netherlands
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.D.Mackinlay M.C.Buchanan B.Chang A.Mangen P.S.Newman K.Pier N.O.Bouvin H.Q.Jehøj S.H.Regli M.Bernstein P.J.Brown M.E.Frisse R.J.Glushko G.P.Landow T.P.Moran L.Palen S.R.Harrison P.Chiu D.Kimber S.L.Minneman W.v.Melle
Talks about:
document (4) fluid (4) multimedia (2) hypermedia (2) hypertext (2) studi (2) navig (2) read (2) link (2) increment (1)

Person: Polle Zellweger

DBLP DBLP: Zellweger:Polle

Contributed to:

HT 20022002
HT 20012001
CHI 20002000
HT 19981998
CHI 19971997
INTERCHI 19931993
HT/ECHT 19921992
HT 19911991
HT 19891989

Wrote 9 papers:

HT-2002-ZellwegerMN #hypermedia
Reading and writing fluid Hypertext Narratives (PZ, AM, PSN), pp. 45–54.
Fluid annotations in an open world (PZ, NOB, HQJ, JDM), pp. 9–18.
CHI-2000-ZellwegerRMC #documentation
The impact of fluid documents on reading and browsing: an observational study (PZ, SHR, JDM, BWC), pp. 249–256.
HT-1998-ZellwegerCM #incremental
Fluid Links for Informed and Incremental Link Transitions (PZ, BWC, JDM), pp. 50–57.
CHI-1997-MoranPHCKMMZ #case study #ll #multi #quote
“I’ll Get That Off the Audio”: A Case Study of Salvaging Multimedia Meeting Records (TPM, LP, SRH, PC, DK, SLM, WvM, PZ), pp. 202–209.
INTERCHI-1993-BuchananZP #documentation #multi #user interface
Multimedia documents as user interfaces (MCB, PZ, KP), pp. 527–528.
HT-ECHT-1992-BuchananZ #behaviour #documentation #hypermedia #specification
Specifying Temporal Behavior in Hypermedia Documents (MCB, PZ), pp. 262–271.
HT-1991-BernsteinBFGLZ #hypermedia #navigation #problem
Structure, Navigation, and Hypertext: The Status of the Navigation Problem (MB, PJB, MEF, RJG, GPL, PZ), pp. 363–366.
HT-1989-Zellweger #documentation #hypermedia
Scripted Documents: A Hypermedia Path Mechanism (PZ), pp. 1–14.

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