Definition of Hypertext system
1. Noun. A database management system that allows strings of text ('objects') to be processed as a complex network of nodes that are linked together in an arbitrary way.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypertext System
Literary usage of Hypertext system
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System And Internet Navigation by National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"... NLS/Augment project at the Stanford Research Institute (which in 1977 became known as SRI International) first demonstrated a hypertext system in 1968. ..."
2. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"This became the basis for a global hypertext system that Berners-Lee named the World Wide Web (WWW). The WWW program was released to a limited ..."
3. The New Everyday: Views on Ambient Intelligenceby Emile H. L. Aarts, Stefano Marzano by Emile H. L. Aarts, Stefano Marzano (2003)
"The Web is based on the notion of documents linked in a hypertext system. A 'web' is seen as a coherent set of'nodes', or meaningful units of information ..."
4. Expanding Access to Science and Technology: The Role of Information by Ines Wesley-Tanaskovic, Jacques Tocatlian, Kenneth H. Roberts (1994)
"Yankelovich and others point out remarkable features of the hypertext system as follows: using a computer-based hypertext system, students and researchers ..."
5. Unified Medical Language System: Current Bibliographies in Medicine, January by Catherine R. Selden, Betsy L. Humphreys (1997)
"... network-based hypertext system known as World Wide Web. It also relies upon the knowledge sources of the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS). ..."