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

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