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Vers un retour à une lecture non linéaire

Abstract : Mankind's greatest minds have always shown us several facets of their fields of investigation; intellectuals tend to take up many different points of view on such work. The present paper focuses on the presentation of well-known texts and, in stride with cognitivism, enquires into how to textually represent the 'products' of famous minds. Information access is the main concern. Over time readers experience obsolescence and progress in their knowledge acquisition techniques. When it comes to information display (Internet, other graphical and textual media), readers undergo technology's latest but at the same time they seek to improve the ways in which they gain access to information. The ways in which one orients oneself and navigates through databases regulates the sharing of knowledge and thus the possibilities of consolidating one's own point of view. We argue for lifting some of the constraints on electronic information display. Our aim is to associate texts of reference and related material in a multi-link hypertext system of a thematic corpus. Human-Computer Interface dialogue modelling is key to this end.
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C. Schmidt, I. Roxin, D. Mercier, B. Hufschmitt, J.-P. Cotten. Vers un retour à une lecture non linéaire. Premier colloque franco-mexicain de sciences de la communication, Apr 2002, Mexico, France. ⟨edutice-00000364⟩



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