The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing

Topic maps and the essence of indexing

The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing (2018), 36, (4), 157–161.

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The topic maps model was invented to incorporate indexes with emerging technologies. But it goes beyond simply capturing the way indexes are published, and drills to the core of indexing. Michel Biezunski argues that human indexers still have much to offer in the realm of the World Wide Web and beyond, across digitized information repositories.

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Biezunski, Michel