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HyperDisco

In hypermedia systems, a HyperDisco architecture is based on three levels of tools consisting of a combination of hypermedia tools and integrated third-party applications, as well as tool integrators. Tool integrators provide the hypermedia services to tools and act as session managers  to coordinate a users' access to multiple workspaces. In this system, the workspace provides both hypermedia database and document management services. These architectural elements may be distributed on wide-area or local-area networks.







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