Hyper-G Now Hyperwave: The Next Generation Web Solution

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Addison-Wesley, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 635 pages
Written by the team that created Hyper-G and its commercial version, HyperWave, this book is the definitive reference for the next generation hypermedia system for the Internet. If you have a large, complex and highly dynamic information space, and/or if you have, or are seeking to create, a high quality multi-author environment, read this book. The CD-ROM includes an evaluation copy of the HyperWave server, the native UNIX and MS-Windows clients as well as the HyperWave administration tools. Hyper-G was conceived and developed at the IICM of Graz University of Technology, in Austria, by a team headed by Hermann Maurer and Frank Kappe, both prolific and widely published authors. Visit the HyperWave pages and view the first five chapters of HyperWave: The Next Generation Web Solution .

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