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Omni-index

Omni-index To make Omnilinks more accessible SUMS introduces the idea of an Omni-index whereby every word in a book or document is indexed. To see a demo go to the web-site below. Choose Books from the list: 1. Books 2. Abbreviations 3. Subjects 4. Technical Terms 5. Dictionaries 6. Encyclopaedias 7. Projects Choose New Media from the next list: 1. New Media 2. American Visions Choose omni-index from the next list: 1. Printed 2. Hyper-linked 3. Hyper-illustrated 4. Omni-linked 5. Omni-index If we scrols down to the word Access we find: Access 154 This is the number of times the word occurs in the text. Clicki on the word Access and Choose 3: Full Text Search in New Media: 1. Titles (81) 2. Persons (2) 3. Full text search in New Media 4. Full text search in American Visions 5. Other Definitions This gives the details of where the 154 occurences are to be found. Full text search: access 1. Preface (2) 2. Introduction 3. Acknowledgments (2) 4. Computers (10) 5. Mobility (8) 6. Miniaturization (5) 7. Production (3) 8. Services (15) 9. Institutions (20) 10. Organizations (3) 11. (Knowledge) Management (1) 12. Learning (5) 13. Personal Knowledge (5) 14. Collaboration (23) 15. Enduring Knowledge (14) 16. Challenges (26) 17. Synthesis (5) 18. Conclusions (6) 19. Epilogue 1 (7) 20. Epilogue 2 21. Appendices (22) 22. Illustrations (1) 23. Abbreviations (12) Clicking on any of these gives the precise location in the full text. Meanwhile, the other choices in the list illustrate the potentials of Multilevel Hyperlinks: 1. Titles (81) 2. Persons (2) 3. Full text search in New Media 4. Full text search in American Visions 5. Other Definitions The simple word, Access now leads to an instant bibliography on that subject, persons or in this case instiutions as well as other defintiions.
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