A design thesaurus is an encyclopedia of design analogies, meant to facilitate finding new design solutions.
For each item in a thesaurus, there is a list of similar things.
Use a wiki to develop a design thesaurus.
In conventional wikis, the links are defined by the context of the anchor.
[Page name | visible text]do not explicate the relationship.
This means the wiki itself is unable to automate reasoning about the analogies (the relationships) themselves,
So what is missing is an ability to tag or annotate the link in page A to page B.
Example: a kind of searching that follows types of links between terms. It could produce chains of terms from some root term that result in lists of related terms.
How can such type information be added?
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