This specification provides a model and grammar for representing the structure of information resources used to define topics, and the associations (relationships) between topics. Names, resources, and relationships are said to be characteristics of abstract subjects, which are called topics. Topics have their characteristics within scopes: i.e. the limited contexts within which the names and resources are regarded as their name, resource, and relationship characteristics. One or more interrelated documents employing this grammar is called a "topic map."
Topic Maps and TupleSpace http://www.nexist.org/uademo/tstm/index.html
RSS to Topic Maps http://www.nexist.org/rss/slides/index.html
cf Category, Concept Map
IRS Income Tax Topic Map http://taxmap.ntis.gov/
- back-end system provided by Steve Newcomb's CoolHeads group.
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