Citation - Anderson, J. D. (1997). Guidelines for indexes and related information retrieval devices (No. NISO TR02-1997). Bethesda, Maryland: NISO Press.

0. Introduction 0.1 Summary of major sections 0.2 Guides to the technical report 1 Scope of the technical report 1.1 General statement 1.2 Types of documents 1.3 Presentation of indexes 1.4 Choice of terms 1.5 Method of preparation 2. Definitions 3. Function of an index 4. Types of index 4.1 Indexes by type of object referred to 4.2 Indexes by type of term used for headings 4.3 Indexes by type or extent of indexable matter on which an index is based 4.4 Indexes by arrangement of entries 4.5 Indexes by method of document analysis 4.6 Indexes by method of term selection 4.7 Indexes by method of term coordination 4.8 Indexes by type, periodicity, format, genre, or medium of document(s) being indexed 4.9 Indexes by medium of index 4.10 Indexes by proximity of documentary units 4.11 Indexes by periodicity of the index 4.12 Indexes by authorship 5. Design of indexes 5.1 Subject scope 5.2 Documentary scope 5.3 Domain 5.4 Multiple versus unified indexes 5.5 Codes and symbols 5.6 Display media 5.7 Documentary units 5.8 Indexable matter 5.9 Analysis method 5.10 Exhaustivity 5.11 Specificity 5.12 Syntax 5.13 Vocabulary management 5.14 Documentary unit surrogation; locators 5.15 Surrogate display 5.16 Size of displayed indexes 5.17 Index display and arrangement 5.18 Search interface 6. Vocabularv 6.1 Sources of vocabulary 6.2 Forms of terms 6.2.1 Parts of speech 6.2.2 Spelling 6.2.3 Capitalization 6.2.4 Singular and plural forms 6.2.5 Articles 6.2.6 Compound terms 6.2.7 Antonyms and associated terms 6.2.8 Word order in multiword terms 6.2.9 Proper names and titles of documents 6.2.9.1 Personal names 6.2.9.2 Corporate body names 6.2.9.3 Geographical names 6.2.9.4 Titles of documents 6.2.9.5 First lines 6.2.10 Romanization 6.3 Homographs 6.4 Synonymous and equivalent terms 6.5 Hierarchical relationships among terms 6.6 Other relationships 6.7 Changes in terminology 6.8 Display of vocabulary in indexes 6.8.1 Vocabulary information in displayed indexes 6.8.1.1. Cross-references versus double entries 6.8.1.2 Cross-references to multiple terms or headings 6.8.1.3 Location of “see also” cross-references 6.8.2 Vocabulary information in non-displayed indexes 6.8.3 Scope and history notes 7. Headings, entries, and search statements 7.1 Entries in displayed indexes 7.2 Svntax in displaved indexes 7.2.1 Ad hoc syntax 7.2.2 Natural language syntax 7.2.3 Subject heading syntax 7.2.4 Permuted indexes 7.2.5 String indexing 7.2.5.1 Rotated terms 7.2.5.2 Faceted indexing 7.2.5.3 Ad hoc coding 7.2.5.4 Chain indexing 7.2.6 Syntactic cross-references 7.3 Weighted terms 7.4 Locators in displayed indexes 7.4.1 Locators for printed documents 7.4.2 Locators for documents in other media 7.4.3 Multiple locators in print indexes to single documents 7.4.4 Methods of emphasizing locators in print indexes 7.4.5 Presentation of locators 7.4.6 Presentation of other identifying data 7.5 Syntax in non-displayed indexes 7.5.1 Boolean syntax 7.5.2 Weighted term syntax 7.5.3 Proximity operators, stemming, and truncation 7.5.4 Links and role indicators 8. Display of index arrays 8.1 Introductory notes for indexes 8.2 Index disnlav in nrint media 8.2.1 Typography 8.2.2 Arrangement of entries 8.2.2.1 Alphanumeric displays 8.2.2.2 Classified or relational displays 8.2.3 Recurring elements 8.2.4 Vertical spacing 8.2.5 Entry layout 8.2.5.1 Indented layout 8.2.5.2 Run-in layout 8.2.5.3 Hybrid indented/run-in layout 8.2.6 Running headlines 8.2.7 Guidewords 8.2.8 Columns 8.2.9 Continuation lines 8.3 Index display in electronic media 8.3.1 Browsable index displays 8.3.2 Displays of retrieved records 8.4 Electronic manuscripts 9. Alphanumeric arrangement 9.1 Standards 9.2 Basic order 9.3 Word-by-word versus letter-by-letter arrangement 9.4 Initial articles 9.5 Subheadings 9.6 Headings with the same initial term 9.7 Cross-references 9.8 Numerals 9.9 Comprehensive example 10. References 11. Bibliography 12. Glossary

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