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Almost 2 years later I am still of the opinion that it would be a good idea to introduce a ComparedToOperator to name the concept at which two concepts meet. For example, HealthCare,IntegrationBroker would be the name of the topic where integration brokers are used in healthcare.

We could have a rule that says the alphabetically first concept comes first in the pair. This would mean that we could avoid having the problem where the same set of topics are discussed together whilst retaining linkage to their parent concepts.

When creating a topic named with a comma, the new operator would flip around non-alphabetically listed word orders. Hence IntegrationBroker,HealthCare would become HealthCare,IntegrationBroker and YieldToMaturity,.Bond would be changed to .Bond,YieldToMaturity. (the second example assumes SingletonWikiWordPlugin is installed)

Thoughts?

-- MartinCleaver - 12 Jun 2003

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