-----Original Message-----First, what do we mean by a word index? In Bath we mean it for searching a single word (Bath uses structure 2). Don't we mean the same for DC? Let's be sure we agree on this one way or the other.
From: Ray Denenberg [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 9:47 AM
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Subject: Re: DC Index definitions
Second, the alternative mappings proposed are (1) old architecture (e.g. bib-1) and (2) new architecture (xd, utility, bib-2). Structure value 2 is proposed only for the old. AdjacenyWordList is in the Utility set (new architecture). You can argue that new-architecture-friendly sets can be used with old architecture, if not vice versa, but do we want to do that?
Finally --- WordList???? Haven't we depricated that completely out of existence?????
"LeVan,Ralph" wrote:I'm loading this stuff into a file that I can process and I noticed that the word indexes have a Structure attribute of Word (2). Shouldn't that be out new AdjacencyWordList, or at least just plain WordList(6)?Thanks!Ralph