Rodrigo Botafogo
Rodrigo Botafogo
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Structural analysis of hypertexts: Identifying hierarchies and useful metrics
RA Botafogo, E Rivlin, B Shneiderman
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) 10 (2), 142-180, 1992
Identifying aggregates in hypertext structures
RA Botafogo, B Shneiderman
Proceedings of the third annual ACM conference on Hypertext, 63-74, 1991
Navigating in hyperspace: designing a structure-based toolbox
E Rivlin, R Botafogo, B Shneiderman
Communications of the ACM 37 (2), 87-97, 1994
Cluster analysis for hypertext systems
RA Botafogo
Proceedings of the 16th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on …, 1993
Designing to facilitate browsing: A look back at the Hyperties workstation browser
B Shneiderman, C Plaisant, R Botafogo, D Hopkins, W Weiland
Hypermedia 3 (2), 101-117, 1991
The MORENA model for hypermedia authoring and browsing
R Botafogo, D Mosse
Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimedia Computing and …, 1995
A Configuration Approach for Distributed Object-Oriented System Customization
O Loques, RA Botafogo, J Leite
Proceedings Third International Workshop on Object-Oriented Real-Time …, 1997
Hypermedia databases: A specification and formal language
Y Hara, RA Botafogo
International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 521-530, 1994
Structural Analysis of hypertexts
RA Botafogo
University of Maryland at College Park, 1991
The Capoeira Model for Distributed and Reconfigurable Multimedia Systems
RA Botafogo, D Mossé
Computer Science Department, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, 1996
Navigating in Hyperspace: A Structure Based Toolbox
E Rivlin, RA Botafogo, B Shneiderman
University of Maryland, Center for Automation Research, Computer Vision …, 1992
Hypermedia, vol. 3, 2 (1991) 101-117. Based on Visual engagement and low cognitive load in browsing hypertext.[Published Version] HCIL-90-02, CS-TR-2433, CAR-TR-494
B Shneiderman, C Plaisant, R Botafogo, D Hopkins, W Weiland
ACM Proc. of Hypertext91 (San Antonio, TX, Dec. 15-18) 63-74.[Published Version]
R Botafogo, B Shneiderman
The Capoeira Model for Distributed, Reconfigurable Systems
RA Botafogo
How to do reproducible research in Ruby with gKnit
R Botafogo
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