> > You can't. As the Bath profile is written,
> > you'd have to search the search "Dublin" and
> > "Core" and hope that you didn't get any records
> > about core drilling in dublin ireland.
> Ok, well, I'd like to move this along, and if
> nobody else has anything say on this (give it one
> more day) I have no philosophical objection to
> defining DC indexes as, shall we say "words"
> instead of "word" (and leave Bath as "Word").
Either get rid of
title="|dublin core|" or
titleWord="dublin" prox/word/0 titleWord="core" or
You can't get rid of the first, as otherwise there's no implementation for
'first words in field'. You can't get rid of the second as it supports
non word based proximity (sentence, paragraph element etc). So please
please lets not also have the third as yet another thing to check for to
do the same thing.
If we have to implement all these myriad details plus atrribute
cominations for all our indexes plus the spec as I understood it until
now, then why bother? Just stick with Z39.50 -- there's no savings.
We agreed that all indexes should take a single term. Please lets not
change that now.
,'/:. Rob Sanderson ([log in to unmask])
,'--/::(@)::. Special Collections and Archives, extension 3142
,'---/::::::::::. Twin Cathedrals: telnet: liverpool.o-r-g.org 7777
____/:::::::::::::. WWW: http://liverpool.o-r-g.org:8000/
I L L U M I N A T I