Computers and Writing: Models and Tools
Noel Williams, Patrik Holt
Intellect Books, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 166 pages
Includes papers which chart a flow of topics on computers and writing, beginning with models of how people write and how software can be developed to facilitate the various aspects of that process, and moving on to considerations in producing hypertext and computer-generated story writing.
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Designing Computational Writing Tools within
Language Understanding and the Cognitive
Guidelines for Multiple Users Creating Hypertext
The Influence of Discourse Structure on Display
Computational Story Writing
Computer Assisted Essay Writing
where do we go from here?
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