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

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Illustrative Examples

To illustrate the previous theoretical discussion on KOxTM, this section assembles a broad range of KO forms, activities, and purposes of potential TM use cases (without a systematic order). Heterogeneous semantic metadata occurs in all of them. You still won't encounter TM markup since I depict here some directions I'd like to further explore while the discourse about this book is evolving. The section Toward a TM on KO Resources: First Experiences describes an already ongoing spare-time project that I hopefully can release soon.

Shorter Examples of Fruitful KO with TMs

Kinds of Innovative Indexing
Back-of-the-Book Indexing.

Earlier in this chapter I wrote about Fugmann's innovation in back-of-the-book indexing [Fugmann ...

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