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Hyper-G (known as HyperWave in its commercial version) was an OpenHypertext system inspired by early developments of the Web.
Hyper-G provided more advanced hypertext functionality than the existing Web infrastructure:
- Automatically indexed document collections could be shared and combined arbitrarily
- Users could create bi-directional links between arbitrary documents and collections.
Although Hyper-G offered a full interface to the 'underlying' Web, the advanced functionality of the system could only be accessed through the Hyper-G clients, which failed to achieve widespread acceptance.
- The Hyper-G Network Information System 
- Keith Andrews, Frank Kappe and Hermann Maurer, The Journal of Universal Computer Science 1(4), pages 206-220, April 1995.
- Serving Information to the Web with Hyper-G 
- Keith Andrews, Frank Kappe and Hermann Maurer, Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 27(6), pages 919-926, 1995.