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<p>The authors address key problems of support for multiple, heterogeneous repositories, each under separate and autonomous administration with a variety of incompatible interfaces; diverse, unconventional data types; and different ways of viewing relations among the same information items. They present a solution to these problems that is radically different from existing systems. It is based on their distributed hypertext (DHT) architecture, which combines transparent access to autonomous, heterogeneous information repositories and a powerful, flexible organization technique. This approach requires no change to the structure or content of participating repositories.</p>

J. Noll and W. Scacchi, "Integrating Diverse Information Repositories: A Distributed Hypertext Approach," in Computer, vol. 24, no. , pp. 38-45, 1991.
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