Every Page is Page One: Topic-based Writing for Technical Communication and the Web
dataspects intends to organize knowledge in accordance with EPPO.
An entity is understood to be the smallest knowledge article that makes structural sense ("self-contained") to a knowledge consumer. With regard to its role in EPPO an entity must be able to answer two questions by its type, title, blurb and annotations.
If the knowledge article meets the EPPO requirements then these two answers represent the main interface between the article's content and the consumer's perception and understanding.
The following examples depict EPPO requirement violations. An article titled "How to drive a car?"…
The system must be able to present Miller's-law-compatible facets in response to spontaneous intuitive cues or faceting/contexting steps. This quality is achieved by annotating entities and their typed links in sophisticated domain-specific ways.
by ML and DSLthoughts
EPPO allows you to home in to relevant knowledge by initiating a search by an intuitive spontaneous cue.
EPPO relies on:
EPPO offers you teaching-facets for you to learn about knowledge domains.
E.g. "explain a search context"
...are defined by the information required to fulfill a topic's specific and limited purpose.