Essays in Personalizable Software by Gerry Stahl

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Much of my work in computer science at the University of Colorado in Boulder can be characterized as explorations of personalizable software. For me, that term increasingly meant designing hypermedia systems that would allow people to explore information from different personal perspectives. While the highlights of this work are presented in "Group Cognition," a number of writings that did not make it into that volume fill in important aspects of my explorations of personalizable software. The present volume has been assembled to make those essays available in an organized way. This book is structured in four sections, corresponding roughly to phases in the development of my research on personalizable software: •Section I. Structured Hypermedia •Section II. Personalizable Software •Section IIII. Software Perspectives •Section IV. Applications to Health Care, Education and Publishing

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Published January 15, 2011 by Gerry Stahl. 294 pages
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