[xml-h] LInking Theory (was: How semantic are links?)
bobdc at snee.com
Mon Jan 20 21:27:15 GMT 2003
At 1/19/03 10:45 PM, Ian Hickson wrote:
>I haven't studied linking theory,
>or any other theory for that matter (I studied Physics).
Ian's use of the term "Linking Theory" made me wonder where to look for
resources that could qualify as such. I looked for the ACM's SIGLINK (I was
a member, years ago), and they renamed it SIGWEB (see
http://www.acm.org/siglink/). The table of contents of the various
proceedings, which end on their (ironically crude) web page at 2000, look
like they have some interesting ideas kicking around.
Are there any subscribers to xml-hypertext who are SIGWEB members or who've
been keeping an eye on SIGWEB activity? Can you sum up any interesting
theoretical and/or practical work that you've seen come out of there
lately, or trends in issues that they've considered worth pursuing?
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