Week of 10/25/2009 - 02:00 to 11/01/2009 - 01:59
Ever since I met Jan Schreiber in Oslo a while back I had this itch that someone should write a C library for TMRM. Not only to host maps in proxy form, but more importantly to have a fast evaluation mechanism for myTMQL path expressions.
I was waiting for an opportunity to pack this into one of the paid projects, but that opportunity never arose.
I was still somewhat drowsy this morning when I entered my office. CatBert was already up and had occupied my chair. Curiously he browsed through my email and did not even take notice of me.
As I had yet too little energy to start another conversation I turned to the kitchen preparing the coffee. Only the soft "thump" sound coming from the office told me the CatBert had jumped off the chair and had followed me.
(continued from Part III)
Last time I left off with showing you how individual documents would be blended into a landscape which is computed from a topic map.
So far I have ignored the topological structure of the topic map itself and computed the landscape only from the terms within the documents. But my ultimate goal is/was to visualize whole topic maps, not just the text corpus.