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XML Topic Maps: Creating and Using Topic Maps for the Web by Jack Park, Sam Hunting

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Nexist Topic Map Testbed

Jack Park

This section provides a greatly simplified look at what's inside the Nexist Topic Map Testbed. This discussion is intended for those who would enter the domain of the code hacker who loves to get down and dirty with the Java programming language.

For other readers, there's not much here, other than pretty screen shots (and I know how we all love those screen shots). Nexist is available with both source code and compiled Java classes (for users) at http://nexist.sourceforge.net; the screen shots give you some idea of Nexist's capabilities.

The Development of Nexist

The Past

Nexist started out as a combination of several projects. Originally, I built a topic map engine by combining two existing open source projects, ...

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