INTELTEXT: Producing coherent linear texts while navigating in large non-hierarchical hypertexts
Inteltext is a new software technology able to automatically construct a unified text from separate text items. The main advantage of Inteltext is its ability to support those whose main work is thinking and exposing thoughts in textual form. Inteltext is capable of drawing out text items from a large heap of information and representing them in a logical and ordered form. This ordered selection should complement and confirm the assigned topic. The paper describes the underlying approach which has been developed in Russia since the 70s and the software product implementing it.
KeywordsTechnical Information Processing Automatic Documentation Navigation Route Text Item Coherent Text
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