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  Indexing Integrated Manual Sets at Northern Telecom
The working hypothesis was that back-of-the-book indexes should be placed at the end of each volume binder and that Ballard-form (audience-based) indexes, combining volume and page numbers, should be placed at the beginning of the volumes for each audience.
The cost of entering index tags in modules can be determined by dividing the number of planned pages by 10 and multiplying the result by the average hourly cost.
Indexing guidelines and their implementation - A copy of the index tagging guidelines and the rules used to implement them.
www.asis.org /Bulletin/Apr-97/6exner.htm   (3210 words)

  
 Competitor indexing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Competitor indexing is a price setting technique used by marketers.
Generally, it involves using the price of competitors' products in determining the price of your own products.
This strategy is typically used by fringe firms, in an industry with one or two dominant companies (in fact, it is sometimes referred to as the "follow the leader strategy").
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Competitor_indexing   (229 words)

  
 The Search for Machine-Aided Indexing: Why a Rule-Based System is the Cost-Effective Choice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Machine-aided indexing (sometimes referred to as computer-aided indexing) is the use of computer software programs to categorize and index this unstructured data.
Machine-aided indexing has been used for many years by libraries, data centers and government agencies to access documents and information through online catalogs and fee-based information retrieval services, and now this technology is being used to ease user access to the exploding information available on the Internet.
Many of our competitors imply that their products are a "plug-in" solution, and that the categorization and indexing are a totally "automated" process.
www.dataharmony.com /papers/article_012203.htm   (2499 words)

  
 Appleton Mfg.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One method, adopted by a competitor, actually reduced cutting performance by rotating the knife backward - both knife life and cut quality deteriorate.
The only time the operator handles the knife is when it has indexed a full revolution and needs replacement.
Appleton developed a system that indexes in the correct direction, and can be easily set to maximize blade life.
www.amdpsi.com /aik.htm   (559 words)

  
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Indexing database content using a controlled vocabulary comprising a defined set of terms decreases the time it takes users to locate the information they need, ensures accurate retrieval, and renders information from one group accessible to all other groups.
She has an M.S. in Zoology/Neuroscience, has coauthored papers on melatonin and photobiology, and has written articles on database indexing for publications produced by the American Society of Indexers.
She completed training in database indexing using MeSH at the National Library of Medicine (NLM) in 1996 and is currently indexing medical literature for the NLM, in addition to indexing animal behavior journals, and providing editorial services to medical journal publishers.
www.database-indexers.com   (424 words)

  
 STC Indexing SIG: Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The index must meet the needs of all readers: those who are experienced with the product or technology, those who are familiar with a competitor's product, and those who have no experience with the subject matter.
In other words, you can (and should!) use the index as an editing tool to improve the quality of your documentation, increase customer satisfaction, and reduce costly product support time because the product is easier to learn and use.
Indexing SIG activities focus on communication, education, and publication.
www.stcsig.org /idx/about.html   (450 words)

  
 INDEXING THE INTERNET
Already on the horizon are systems for gathering tens of thousands of documents a day and indexing them with the aid of programs that can classify their contents precisely.
A computer indexing program has no such intuition, so it simply tags "film" as a key word and leaves it at that; as a result, searching for "film" in the current automated indexes will bring up documents on all possible meanings of the word.
The gatherer resides at a remote site, retrieving documents to be indexed, while the broker stays on the home machine and builds the index.
www.canis.uiuc.edu /news/science_9_95.html   (1806 words)

  
 Search engines: Competitive Analysis: The Basics
Analyze your competitor's HTML title, meta tags, ALT tags and keyword frequency and weight.
Don't copy your competitors' HTML code, but do use their techniques if they can help your site.
For example, if you figure out one of your competitors is scoring high on Hotbot because of how he uses meta tags, you can focus on refining your meta tags for Hotbot.
www.geocities.com /theshiva2/scompet.htm   (564 words)

  
 Submit Corner - Guides - Competitor Identification Guide - Altavista
This trigger will indicate to the search engine that only pages indexed within the catalog that are similiar or "like" the page indexed on yourdomain.com should be returned.
Once you've determined who are your competitors, your ideal goal is to out perform their rankings.
Tip: Once you've identified a competitor, try entering their URL into our META Tag Scanner and we'll identify for you which META Tags they are using.
www.submitcorner.com /Guide/Assessment/Competitors/altavista.shtml   (599 words)

  
 Fast shows off near real time indexing
However, the most recent results from the news vertical are also displayed in a gray box on top of the general search results page.
The general search index is refreshed every nine to 12 days.
Google, Fast's main competitor, reports it refreshes about once a month and AltaVista admits it is months behind with refreshing, resulting in outdated search results.
www.networkworld.com /news/2001/1108fastsearch.html   (550 words)

  
 Fast Time Sequence Indexing for Arbitrary Lp Norms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Fast indexing in time sequence databases for similarity searching has attracted a lot of research recently.
In this paper, we present a novel and fast indexing scheme for time sequences, when the distance function is any of arbitrary L p norms (p = 1,2,…..infinity).
One feature of the proposed method is that only one index structure is needed for all L p norms including the popular Euclidean distance (L 2 norm).
www.informedia.cs.cmu.edu /pubs/abstract.asp?id=86   (174 words)

  
 Ardito.com: Indexing & Abstracting
An index is a systematic topical analysis alphabetically arranged or arranged by function, command, procedure, or topic; it is a reader's most important map for locating information in a document that is read in a random-access style
An index should allow readers with different degrees of knowledge to locate topics; it does this by showing how a topic is related to other topics in the document:
An index should help a reader use a document even if the reader has topics confused, is unaware of an equivalent topic, or is accustomed to different terminology
www.ardito.com /indexing/indexing.html   (445 words)

  
 Marketing Tom - Internet Marketing: Partial Indexing on Google
I don't want to go into great detail about the issues that relate to partially indexed pages but suffice to say that searches on Google will find the first example, but not the second.
Well, I could wait until Google indexes these pages again (don't forget it does have the URL but not the content) or I could try and help Google find the page again.
Given the very nature of blogs I know that Google will firstly index my home page (www.marketingtom.com) within a day or 2 and it will later index the articles as their own individual pages with their own page titles.
www.marketingtom.com /2005/03/partial_indexin.html   (496 words)

  
 Headline: Indexing the Web | Full Article | May 29, 2000
This reduces the time involved to do a full index on the Web, which can take anywhere from months (common to many content indexers) to about ten days--an eternity of difference in Internet time.
Another clever use of limited web indexing is Rulespace, Inc.'s Contexion (http://www.rulespace.com).
Obviously, search engines are struggling with only limited success to categorize and index the huge, growing mass of data on the Web.
www.networkcomputing.com /columnists/1110colrich.html   (1267 words)

  
 Marisol Productions, Indexing, Writing, and Web Page Design: <META> TAGS
They provide a means of making your indexing business Web site more visible to those searching the Web for indexing services, and they offer indexers a potential new source of work: writing these keyword and description tags for Web site developers and companies with Web sites.
The process of writing keywords is similar to the usual indexing process, except that all the words are strung together in the keyword tag, in no particular order and without defined subentries.
Just as with traditional indexing, tag indexing takes a little practice, and it is a good idea to hone your skills before taking on a job as a tag indexer.
www.marisol.com /metatags.htm   (2317 words)

  
 Why we need an iPod competitor |  Doc Searls' IT Garage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The most encouraging thing that happened to me at CES was dinner with a friend from a company in Taiwan that's interested in hearing specs for an iPod competitor that's open and friendly to podcasting.
I'm talking "indexing", and since the podcasters don't (or won't) put the index marks in now (they could quite simply do as you suggest and carve the soliloquy into managable chunks, but no, its human nature to be facinated with one's own shit.
Hi, I think that successful competitors must be an iPodVideo-like and a cheaper iPod shuffle-like.
garage.docsearls.com /node/524   (5160 words)

  
 Cre8: How to find the top?? sites my competitor gets traffic from? - Google - Cre8asite forums - Search Engine ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One trick I've learned is to look also at robots.txt to see if they disallow indexing of a certain directory, and after that you can try different combinations of possible pages (*.pl, [yyyymmdd].html...).
One thing I find more acceptable is to search the linkbacks in Google just like you said you did, only that this time you can check those on a search engine that gives you information about the page rank and inbound links of the referrers, like http://www.prsearch.net/index.html.
Knowing where your competitors get their traffic won't empower you.
www.cre8asiteforums.com /viewtopic.php?t=23741   (1140 words)

  
 indexing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
CompuPacific-Data entry, indexing, forms entry and processing, file and document conversion, OCR
VA web site website design maintenance, indexing, OCR scanning optical character recognition virtual support office desktop publishing word processing typing transcription virtual assistant assistance assisting cyber secretary transcribe office help admi.
competitor data, industry overviews and forecasts, company profiles, financial figures, demographics, marketing trends, strategic planning, published research, fact verification, indexing, abstracting, medical research, bibliographies, copyright, telepho.
www.smallbusinesscity.com /indexing   (197 words)

  
 Sandboxing Your Competitor
A thread at WebmasterWorld suggests that a good competitive strategy is to sandbox your competitor.
It's an approach that is just as likely to help the competitor as it is to harm it, in my opinion.
This technique is similar to clicking on your competitor's PPC ads, and it is based on the larger life principle that the only way to stay on top is by making your competitors fail.
www.seroundtable.com /archives/001841.html   (262 words)

  
 competitor - OneLook Dictionary Search
Competitor : Online Plain Text English Dictionary [home, info]
Phrases that include competitor: competitor dna, competitor analysis, competitor indexing
Words similar to competitor: rival, challenger, competition, contender, entrant, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=competitor   (180 words)

  
 Pricing Information - TextSheet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
How much to charge for a product or service?
How to set the price?: (cost-plus pricing, demand based pricing, rate of return pricing, or competitor indexing)
Should there be a single price or multiple pricing?
viridian.sferahost.com /encyclopedia/p/pr/pricing.html   (827 words)

  
 Success Online Marketing: 12/12/2004
In this email, I want to tell you about one NEW tool that I use for my own website indexing monitoring and tracking.
But checking indexing status is a very tedious and time consuming process.
Bottom line, it saves me time and shows what pages are NOT indexed yet, so that I can spend my energy to get links to those pages and speed up the indexing process.
successweb.blogspot.com /2004_12_12_successweb_archive.html   (496 words)

  
 Grey House Publishing - The Directory of Venture Capital & Private Equity Firms
You'll also find details that are available nowhere else, including the firm's Portfolio Companies and extensive information on each of the firm's Managing Partners, such as Education - Degrees and College or University, Professional Background and Directorships held, along with the Partner's Email address.
The Directory of Venture Capital & Private Equity Firms offers five indexes, three of which you will not find anywhere else: Geographic Index, Executive Name Index, Portfolio Company Index, Industry Preference Index, and College and University Index.
With its comprehensive, worldwide coverage and detailed, extensive information on each company, The Directory of Venture Capital & Private Equity Firms, 2005 is an important addition to any finance collection.
www.greyhouse.com /venture.htm   (453 words)

  
 UNT Libraries: Class Assignment Resources, CHEM 5010   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
competitor to UnCover; sometimes a little slower in indexing; sometimes more accurate
big scholarly index for physics, automation, and electronics; is trying to capture the organometallic "public"; notice the interesting chemical and numerical indexing; includes otherwise-hard-to-find proceedings
like the Science Citation Index but indexes extra materials journals and proceedings and fewer general science journals
www.library.unt.edu /classes/chemistry/specindx.html   (220 words)

  
 Submit Corner - Guides - Competitor Identification Guide, Determine Who Are Your Competitors With Major Search Engines
Overview: Learn how to determine who are your competitors according to the top search engines based on related pages by search results
Many search engines have enabled webmaster support such that determining how you rank against your competition can be easily done.
Listed below, we explain each search engine in detail and what trigger words each search engine recognizes to indicate who are your competitors based on similarities between your websites.
www.submitcorner.com /Guide/Assessment/competitor.shtml   (137 words)

  
 Corporate Intelligence: British-American Tobacco Document Collection
ROTHMANS INTERNATIONAL PLC: COMPETITOR ANALYSIS FROM REPORTS AT 31 MARCH 1991
Recon Material in RJR-Products on the German market
Rothmans [Memo from P. Bingham enclosing competitor analysis]
www.library.ucsf.edu /tobacco/batco/archives/browse133_4.html   (330 words)

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