Position Paper

Christopher Wisdo

One way to make computerized knowledge sources more useful is to anticipate the kinds of questions that a user is likely to have and to create indices which support these queries. In addition to structuring the user’s interaction with the system the articulation of these questions can be used to create knowledge-based indexing tools. My current work is in developing Tapestry, an indexing tool which uses a set of question templates to support the building of a question-based hypertext encyclopedia in the ASK System vein.

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