Kernel of the Labyrinths Hypertextuals

Kernel of the Labyrinths Hypertextuals

Francisco V. Cipolla-Ficarra (Latin Association of Human-Computer Interaction, Spain & International Association of Interactive Communication, Italy), Alejandra Quiroga (Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Argentina) and Valeria M. Ficarra (Latin Association of Human-Computer Interaction, Spain & International Association of Interactive Communication, Italy)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-3437-2.ch006
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Abstract

In the chapter, the semantemes are amalyzed which serve as dychotomic links in the core of the online links with the negative goal of online interactive communication. We present the importance of literary recourses to describe or locate the way to be followed until reaching the origin of a node or set of them, which have been intertwined among themselves in the shape of a labyrinth with the purpose of disguising illicit deeds in the network, such as can be online attacks. In the analysis is presented a practical case and the strategy followed to detect in a reliable and safe way the kernel of those hypertextual labyrinths.
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Bifurcation In Hypertext: A Short Historic Review

Although from the computer science point of view in 1945 Vannevar Bush publishes the article “As We May Think” (Kaprow, 1991; Gray, 1996; Nielsen, 1990), we find that in 1941, in the literature of that period, a fantasy, short story called “Ficciones” (Borges, 1941) was published. In both cases the bifurcations in a linearity and the decision making that they involve, would boil down to reading of the analogical or digital information under the form of going from one place to the other (nodes and links), without the need of following a single path (labyrinths).

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