- The `map of contents' is intended to provide the reader with an overview of the article allowing for efficient navigation and for insight in the coherence of the article.
- In an electronic environment the map is interactive: the representations of the modules in the map are linked to the modules themselves via hyperlinks.
In principle, the reader should be able to determine the level of detail of the map: hide the component modules to concentrate on the main modules, or add more details such as all or some specified types of relations between all or some specified modules, such as the mesoscopic modules linked to the modules of the article, and such as the full physics characterisation of modules. In this demo such interactivity cannot be achieved. In the A08-m1c, the map of A08, more versions are given to simulate illustrate this idea of a reader-determined map.
- In this map all modules of the article A05 and the directly related mesoscopic and macroscopic modules are presented with a few physics terms. The `essay-type' sequential path is indicated (in a red dashed line), as well as links expressing dependency relations, inlcuding the more specific transfer relations (see the overview of all organisational and scientific discourse relations.