Computers and Writing: State of the Art

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Patrik Holt, Noel Williams
Intellect Books, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 387 pages
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Contains a set of papers taken from 3rd International Conference on Computers and Writing, representing the comprehensive survey of the application of computers to writing to date. This book is suitable for audience, including researchers, both academic and commercial, interested in theoretical and applied issues related to computers and writing.
 

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Contents

Three Modes of Collaborative Authoring
20
The Dialectics
40
A LanguageSensitive Text Editor for Dutch
68
An Authors Crossreferencer
90
Text to Hypertext and Back Again
109
Word Frequency Based Indexing and Authoring
131
The Problem of Significance
149
Factors Affecting Organisational Acceptance of an
172
Action Centred Manuals or Minimalist Instruction?
222
A Dictionary View of Technical Writing
244
Writing with Reusable Text
254
A HypertextBased Support Aid for Writing Software
266
An Automated Grammar and Style Checker for
278
Ruskin to McRuskin Degrees of Interaction
297
External Representations and the
319
Computer Instructed Writing
337

Supporting Writing with an Undo Mechanism
187
The Programmer the User and the
197
From COGRAM to ALCOGRAM
206
Effects on Reading
375
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