The hyperGlossary is a way for an author to easily add linked glossaries to specific texts or domains and for a reader to access those definitions.
The problem the hyperGlossary system addresses is that of author's having written about important aspects of their work and then having to re-introduce it in new documents can be cumbersome and can be a barrier for an outsider when reading the author's work.
Being able to create linked glossary entries can also be useful for the author to develop a visually connected view of their own work.
When reading work outside of your field or simply needing deeper insights it can be useful to see what the author has to say about specific keywords.
Criteria. The system must provide
Constraints. The system must
The initial implementation is expected to be using wordpress to store one definition per post.
The system is in an early exploratory phase. There are some blog posts on this effort: wordpress.liquid.info/category/liquid-glossaries The system links in with Knowledge Graphs (since glossary entries can be marked as concepts on creation) below.
We have put together a Basic Walkthrough of the interactions.