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permuted index

An informatics term for an index which allows exploration in Medline of every MeSH term that contains a particular word (for example, all MeSH terms containing the word “dialysis,” such as “peritoneal dialysis”).
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(120.) Mouritsen, supra note 35, at 197 (stating that the display of concordance lines is referred to as a "Key Word in Context or KWIC display").
This version of KWIC adds support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), a standard for large organizations.
Interestingly, the performance of KWIC V5.0 when processing the KSUCCA was better than its performance when processing the KACST ATCC and 7MKACST ATCC, both of which are smaller than the KSUCCA.
"KWIC Airport Connection is the perfect example," he says.
The database contains the KWIC information for each sentence of the text documents.
With the purpose of using these data for interpreting the quantitative findings, coding frames and the techniques such as 'core questions' and 'frequencies of most used keywords' (KWIC) were adopted for processing the qualitative data material.
Rather, the user was offered a keyword-in-context (KWIC) format, where the search term was highlighted and displayed with leading and following lines (much like the snippets giving the results of a current search engine).
Just like such programs, WebCorp also offers various result processing options such as tuning the kwic visualization parameters (e.g.
El programa, en este aspecto, ofrece una gran versatilidad, tanto en lo concerniente a su extension (contextos desde una linea hasta una pagina), como en lo que respecta a su formato (sin formato, con formato KWIC, es decir, el lema en el centro), o a su ordenacion (dispuestos segun la palabra anterior al lema o segun la palabra posterior, etc.).
A KWIC (Key Word In Context) concordance will be visible if a word/phrase (concordance) search has been performed.
Media baron David Sullivan, Kwic Save Tycoon Albert Gubay and Admiral boss Henry Engelhardt were other familiar names in the top ten.