Web Survey Bibliography

Title Mosaic and the information superhighway. A virtual tiger in your tank
Source Instruments & Computers, Instruments & Computers, 27, 187-192
Year 1995
Database SpringerLink
Access date 09.09.2011

The World-Wide Web (WWW) is a wide-area hypermedia information-retrieval initiative that aims to give access to a large universe of documents. Through software such as Mosaic, the WWW provides a simple, consistent means to access a variety of information stored as text, graphics, video, and sound files. This paper details the requirements for using this software, illustrates some current and planned hypermedia databases, and addresses issues that could affect the greatest possible utilization of the system.

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