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Abstract module
m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1) | The components of our | The readers' aids
Acknowledgements module
m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1) | Meta-information (m1)
Administrative relation
3. Range-based relations | 4. Administrative relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Aggregation
composition mechanism
The composition of modules
relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Analysis
Analysis and construction
Argumentation relation
I Relations based on | I Relations based on | Relations based on the | Scientific discourse relations
Article
electronic
The emergence of the | Electronic publishing to Non-linearity
linear
The characterisation by the | Glossary | Glossary
modular
The composition of modules | Composition | Glossary | Glossary
scientific
The explosion of scientific | Stage II: Disseminating | Communication in experimental science | Scientific articles to Scientific articles | Requirements for scientific articles | Rational communication | A profile of the | Receivers | Receivers | Communication criteria for electronic | The general definition of | The general definition of | Modular models | The modularisation of published | Analysis and construction | Analysis and construction | Publishing & archiving | Glossary | Glossary
Bibliographic data, characterisation by
The typology of the | no title | The characterisation by a | The components of our | Examples of publications in
Bibliographic information module
m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1)
Browsing
Stage III: Acquiring | Receivers | Receivers | m1 META-INFORMATION | m1 META-INFORMATION | A domain-specific interactants profile | Findings m6a | Findings | The authors' tools | Summary
Causal relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Central problem module
m2 POSITIONING | Central problem m2b | Examples of publications in | Positioning (m2) | Generating experimental results: high
Characterisation dimensions
Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | Structuring links
Characterisation space
bibliographic
The typology of the
conceptual function
The typology of the
definition
Typologies for a modular | Glossary | Glossary
domain-oriented
Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | The typology of the
range
The typology of the
definition
The typology of the | The typology of the
Clarification relation
I Relations based on | Relations based on the | Scientific discourse relations
Cluster module
m3 METHODS | m4 RESULTS | Results (m4) | Content relations | Composition
Communication
criteria
Communication criteria for electronic to Communication criteria for electronic | Analysis and construction | Evaluation of the modular | Meta-information (m1) | Situation m2a | Central problem m2b
definition
A model of the | Glossary | Glossary
process
A model of the to Stage IV: Assimilating
Communication criteria
Glossary | Glossary
Communicative function
of text
Glossary | Glossary
Communicative function
of text
Elementary modules
relation based on
Scientific discourse relations | I Relations based on | Scientific discourse relations to Scientific discourse relations
Complete sequential path
5. Sequential relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Complex module
The characterisation by the | Complex modules | Complex modules | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | The level of focusing | Overlap | Interpretation (m5) | Representing organisational relations | Representing organisational relations | Content relations | Findings | The readers' aids | The readers' aids | Summary | Composition | Composition
Composition of modules
The general definition of | The general definition of | The composition of modules | 1. Hierarchical relations | 1. Hierarchical relations | 2. Proximity-based relations | 3. Range-based relations | II Content relations | Findings | Composition
Compound module
m2 POSITIONING | m3 METHODS | Results (m4) | Composition
Comprehensive reading
Stage IV: Assimilating | Receivers | Receivers | Receivers | Separating the storage from | Communication criteria for electronic | 5. Sequential relations | Treated results m4b
Concept
The project `Communication in | A model of the | The general definition of | The general definition of | The composition of modules | Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular
Conceptual function, characterisation by
The typology of the | The characterisation by the | The components of our | Examples of publications in | Glossary | Glossary
Conceptual space
Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular to Typologies for a modular
Content relation
Scientific discourse relations | II Content relations to II Content relations | Content relations to Content relations | The components of our | Scientific discourse relations to Scientific discourse relations
Context relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Corpus of printed publications
The modularisation of published | The corpus of articles | Introduction to the examples
Data
The emergence of the | The emergence of the | A model of the | Communication in experimental science | Storage | m4 RESULTS | m4 RESULTS
Definition relation
Relations based on the | Scientific discourse relations
Dependency relation in the problem-solving process
II Content relations | Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Discourse
The explosion of scientific | Stage IV: Assimilating | Communication in experimental science | Rational communication | Communication criteria for electronic | Elementary modules | Structuring links | 5. Sequential relations | Scientific discourse relations | The level of focusing | The level of focusing | The level of detail | Raw data m4a | Representing organisational relations | Representing organisational relations | The components of our | Glossary | Glossary
Document
Stage I: Creating | Scientific articles | Glossary | Glossary
Documentbase
Scientific articles | Receivers | Glossary | Glossary
Domain-oriented characterisation
The typology of the | no title | The domain-oriented characterisation | The components of our | Examples of publications in | Physics content
Elaboration relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Elementary module
Elementary modules | Elementary modules | 1. Hierarchical relations | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Representing organisational relations | Representing organisational relations | Findings | The readers' aids | The readers' aids | Composition
Elucidation relation
I Relations based on | Relations based on the | Scientific discourse relations
Essay-type sequential path
5. Sequential relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Experimental methods module
m3 METHODS | Experimental methods m3a | Content relations | Examples of publications in | Methods (m3) | Generating experimental results: high | Empirical research in the
Explanation relation
I Relations based on | I Relations based on | Scientific discourse relations
Findings module
m6 OUTCOME | Findings m6a | Examples of publications in | Outcome (m6) | The development of new
Generalisation
composition mechanism
The composition of modules
relation
II Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Guidelines for authors
Outline | Scientific articles | Senders | Receivers | Communication criteria for electronic | Difficulty: from sections to | Difficulty: from sections to | Technical requirements for implementation | Guidelines for writing modular to Scientific discourse relations
Hierarchical relation
1. Hierarchical relations | 1. Hierarchical relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Illocutionary level
Scientific discourse relations | Scientific discourse relations
IMRDC
The explosion of scientific | Analysis and construction | The characterisation by the | Difficulty: from sections to
index
Receivers
Information
characterisation
see Typology  for modules
definition
A model of the
overload
The explosion of scientific | The explosion of scientific
Interactants profile
Outline | A domain-specific interactants profile | Glossary | Glossary
Interpretation module
no title | m5 INTERPRETATION | Interpretation (m5) | Content relations | Examples of publications in | Examples of publications in | Examples of publications in | Interpretation (m5) | Generating experimental results: high | Empirical research in the
Journal, scientific
The explosion of scientific | The explosion of scientific | The explosion of scientific | The emergence of the | The emergence of the | The emergence of the | The project `Communication in | Stage I: Creating | Stage II: Disseminating | Scientific articles | Scientific articles | Senders | Distribution | Distribution | Flexibility | The general definition of | The modularisation of published | m3 METHODS | The characterisation by a | A domain-specific interactants profile | Difficulty: from sections to | The level of detail | Technical requirements for implementation | The readers' aids | Publishing & archiving | Glossary | Glossary
Leads for further research module
m6 OUTCOME | Leads for further research | Outcome (m6)
Link
characterisation
see Typology  for links
definition
Structuring links | Glossary | Glossary
guidelines
The authors' tools | The readers' aids | General guidelines for links
structure
The general definition of | Structuring links | Structuring links | Structuring links | Structuring links | General guidelines for links
Links
structure
Structuring links | Structuring links
Lists of domain-oriented index terms module
m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1)
Lists of references module
m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1)
Macroscopic module
The characterisation by the | The characterisation by the | 3. Range-based relations | 3. Range-based relations | 3. Range-based relations | Difficulty: from sections to | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Methods (m3) | Methods (m3) | Theoretical methods m3c | Representing organisational relations | Content relations | Findings | Examples of publications in | Publishing & archiving | Procedure | Methods (m3) | Organisational relations
Map of contents module
Complex modules | m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1) | The authors' tools | The readers' aids
Mesoscopic module
The characterisation by the | Structuring links | 3. Range-based relations | 3. Range-based relations | II Content relations | II Content relations | The corpus of articles | Difficulty: from sections to | Difficulty: from sections to | Difficulty: from sections to | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Workload: the size of | Positioning (m2) | Situation m2a | Central problem m2b | Methods (m3) | Theoretical methods m3c | Theoretical methods m3c | Interpretation (m5) | Representing organisational relations | Content relations | Findings | Examples of publications in | Publishing & archiving
Meta-information module
The typology of the | m1 META-INFORMATION to m1 META-INFORMATION | Meta-information (m1) to Meta-information (m1) | Examples of publications in | The authors' tools | Meta-information (m1) to Meta-information (m1) | Glossary | Glossary
Methods module
no title | m3 METHODS | Methods (m3) | Examples of publications in | Examples of publications in | Methods (m3) | Generating experimental results: high | The development of new | Empirical research in the
Microscopic module
The characterisation by the | Structuring links | II Content relations | Difficulty: from sections to | Central problem m2b | Methods (m3) | Experimental methods m3a | Experimental methods m3a | Content relations | Content relations | Publishing & archiving
Modular article
Composition | Procedure
Modular model
Outline | Glossary | Glossary
Modular structure
The project `Communication in | Findings | Guidelines for a modular | Glossary | Glossary
Modularisation
The modularisation of published | Analysis and construction | Introduction to the examples | The feasibility of modular | Difficulty: from sections to
Module
cluster
Glossary | Glossary
complex
The composition of modules to The composition of modules | Complex modules | Glossary | Glossary
composition
The composition of modules
compound
Glossary | Glossary
elementary
Elementary modules | Glossary | Glossary
general definition
Glossary | Glossary
guidelines
Modules
internal structure
no title | The internal structure of
overview of types
The characterisation by the | Modules
Module summary
Complex modules | 5. Sequential relations | Overlap | Methods (m3) | The readers' aids | Composition | Organisational relations | Organisational relations
Molecular dynamics
The corpus of articles | A domain-specific interactants profile
Numerical methods module
m3 METHODS | Numerical methods m3b | Methods (m3)
Organisational relation
Structuring links | Organisational relations | Organisational relations to 6. Representational relations | Representing organisational relations | Representing organisational relations to Representing organisational relations | Content relations | The components of our | Organisational relations to Organisational relations
Outcome module
no title | m6 OUTCOME | Outcome (m6) | Outcome (m6) | Generating experimental results: high | Empirical research in the | Abstract research: logic for
Peer review
Glossary | Glossary
Positioning module
no title | m2 POSITIONING | Positioning (m2) | Content relations | Examples of publications in | Positioning (m2) | Generating experimental results: high | The development of new | Empirical research in the | Abstract research: logic for
Problem-solution pattern
Communication in experimental science | Communication in experimental science | The modularisation of published | Analysis and construction | The typology of the | The characterisation by the | The characterisation by the | Elementary modules | II Content relations | The structure in general | Methods (m3) | Treated results m4b | Findings m6a | The components of our | The authors' tools | Procedure | Procedure | Scientific discourse relations
Project `Communication in Physics'
The project `Communication in | The project `Communication in | Meta-information (m1)
Propositional level
Scientific discourse relations | Scientific discourse relations
Proximity-based relation
1. Hierarchical relations | 2. Proximity-based relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Publication
Stage II: Disseminating | Receivers | Glossary | Glossary
Qualitative interpretation module
Qualitative interpretation m5a | Interpretation (m5) | Interpretation (m5)
Quality dimensions
Typologies for a modular
Quantitative interpretation module
Quantitative interpretation m5b | Interpretation (m5)
Range, characterisation by
The typology of the | no title | The characterisation by the | The components of our | Examples of publications in
Range-based relation
1. Hierarchical relations | 3. Range-based relations | 3. Range-based relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Raw data module
m4 RESULTS | Raw data m4a | Results (m4)
Relata
The general definition of | Structuring links | Structuring links | Structuring links | General guidelines for links | Glossary | Glossary
Relation based on communicative function
Relations based on the | The components of our | Scientific discourse relations
Representational relation
6. Representational relations
Resolution relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Results module
no title | m4 RESULTS | Results (m4) | Content relations | Examples of publications in | Examples of publications in | Examples of publications in | Results (m4) | Generating experimental results: high | The development of new | Empirical research in the
Scientific discourse relation
Structuring links | Scientific discourse relations | I Relations based on to II Content relations | Representing scientific discourse relations to Relations based on the | The components of our | Organisational relations to Scientific discourse relations
Searching
The emergence of the | Stage III: Acquiring | Receivers | Receivers | Receivers | Complex search operations | Communication criteria for electronic | Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | Typologies for a modular | The typology of the | The typology of the | The characterisation by a | m1 META-INFORMATION | m1 META-INFORMATION | A domain-specific interactants profile | Meta-information (m1) | Theoretical methods m3c | Treated results m4b | Findings | Examples of publications in | The authors' tools | The readers' aids | The readers' aids | Summary | Summary
Selective reading
Stage IV: Assimilating | Receivers | Receivers | Receivers | Separating the storage from | Communication criteria for electronic | The structure in general | The level of focusing | Findings | Summary | Summary
Sequential reading
Communication in experimental science | Glossary | Glossary
Sequential relation
5. Sequential relations | 5. Sequential relations | Representing organisational relations | Organisational relations
Similarity relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations | Scientific discourse relations
Situation module
m2 POSITIONING | Situation m2a | Examples of publications in | Positioning (m2) | Generating experimental results: high
Specification relation
Relations based on the | Scientific discourse relations
Speech act theory
Analysis and construction | Elementary modules
Speech acts
Rational communication | Rational communication | Scientific discourse relations | Scientific discourse relations
Synthesis
composition mechanism
The composition of modules
relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Theoretical methods module
m3 METHODS | Theoretical methods m3c | Content relations | Methods (m3)
Transfer relation
II Content relations | Content relations | Scientific discourse relations
Treated results module
m4 RESULTS | Treated results m4b
Typology
definition
Typologies for a modular | Glossary | Glossary
for links
Outline | Modular models | Links | Structuring links | Organisational relations | I Relations based on | Findings | The components of our
for modules
Outline | Modular models | Analysis and construction | The typology of the | The typology of the | The characterisation by the | Findings | The components of our
general characteristics
Typologies for a modular