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The paradigm of complexity. Contributions for hypertext's formal approaches

02/06/2018
by   Lise Verlaet, et al.
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This article argues for a return to formal approaches of hypertext and builds on the paradigm of complexity to develop the idea of "hypermediator website". A hypermediator website is an intermediate device between a digitalization of book culture and a "real" hypertext writing. If our thinking on the hypermediator website joined the hypertext's notions and the databases, it differs by the relationship reader-device no longer based on information search query but using the visualization of the information.

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