The hugeness of the Web and its continuous growth have made navigation in the Internet extremely difficult. The new advanced features provided by HTML extensions and scripting languages allow a common browser to manage powerful hypermedial representation in each single page but leave unsolved some structural problems of the Web. In fact, the process of finding information by surfing the Web is mainly hindered by the lack of a reasonable schema in the hyperspace; broken and redundant links make the problem even worse. This leads the user to become ”lost in the hyperspace” (LH-Syndrome).
Advanced Feature Reasonable Schema Layout Facility Script Language Break Link
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