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Campbell, Brad and Goodman, Joseph M. (1988): HAM: A General Purpose Hypertext Abstract Machine. In Communications of the ACM, 31 (7) pp. 856-861.

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Campbell, Brad and Goodman, Joseph M. (1987): HAM: A General-Purpose Hypertext Abstract Machine. In: Weiss, Stephen and Schwartz, Mayer (eds.) Proceedings of ACM Hypertext 87 Conference November 13-15, 1987, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. pp. 21-32.

The Hypertext Abstract Machine (HAM) is a general-purpose, transaction-based, server for a hypertext storage system. The server is designed to handle multiple users in a networked environment. The storage system consists of a collection of contexts, nodes, links, and attributes that make up a hypertext graph. This paper demonstrates the HAM's versatility by showing how Guide buttons, Intermedia webs, and NoteCards FileBoxes can be implemented using the HAM's storage model.

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-- Jakob Nielsen

 
 

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