of Wales-Bangor) seeks to help canonize literary hypertext as a step toward promoting and teaching the written word among people increasingly oriented toward hypermedia.
What does HT stand for?
HT stands for Hypertext
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 42 other meanings of HT in our Acronym Attic
- Hybrid Trunk
- Hydrothermally Treated
- Hydroxytryptamine (serotonin)
- Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel)
- Hyper-Transport (AMD)
- Hyperion Telecommunications, Inc.
- Hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Hypertropia at Distance (ophthalmology; opposite of hypotropia)
- Hypothermally Treated (EPA)
- Hypotropia At Distance (ophthalmology)
- Transmitter Height
- Tritiated Hydrogen Gas
- Hereditary Tyrosinemia Type I
- Heavy Terminal Modernization (AN/FSC-78B)
- Hazard Tracking and Risk Resolution Log
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Amongst scholars, hypertext is difficult-or even controversial-to define.
In hypertext learning, comparative research is mostly dedicated to differences in text-hypertext information retrieval and processing and to optimization of nonlinear information retrieval.
In his final chapter, Kastan examines the implications of computer texts -- especially hypertext versions -- of Shakespeare.
HYPERTEXT LINKS TO ATTACHMENTS -- lets you create Hypertext links to your attachments.
Hypertext literature is well represented (Stuart Moulthrop a leading hypertext critic, is a keynote speaker)--no surprise as it's been part of Brown's writing program for over a decade championed by novelist Robert Coover, among others.
0, the SEC is allowing users to insert hypertext links to other documents within the same filing and to other documents in the EDGAR database.
Nelson in the 1960s coined the term hypertext to refer to electronic text that "branches and allows choices to the reader.