Docuverse is a global distributed electronic library of interconnected documents, in other words, a global metadocument. The term was coined by Ted Nelson in 1974, as a concept related to the Project Xanadu,[1] and the World Wide Web later nominally fulfilled a subset of the aspects of Nelson's vision.


  1. ^ Cliff McKnight; Andrew Dillon; John Richardson (1991). Hypertext in Context. Cambridge University Press. pp. 8. ISBN 052137488X.

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