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    The Points and Relationship technically forced into a syllogism like structure: <Point 1> & <Point 2> => Relationship.
    The Points and Relationship technically forced into a syllogism like structure: <Point 1> & <Point 2> => Relationship.
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    == Dialogue of Texts ==
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    == Text ==
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    A piece of text.
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    Dialogue of Texts (DoT) is an UMO of the course level, that is a course independent object. They are classical texts compiled accordingly (see features)
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    === Required properties ==
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    *Text body
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    === Necessary Features ===
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    * Basis for collection
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    * Author - the person to start the collection
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    * Interconnected text list
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    DoT can be created if at least one text is supplied
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    === Content of DoT ===
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    Dialogue of Texts is organized set of texts cross-referenced on basis of arguments.
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    Each dialogue has set of "points", and each text is broken into sections, that refer
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    to these points. Dialogue can be presented to user in following ways:
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    * One text at a time, annotated with links to relevant "points"
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    * As list of "points", with references to places in each text where these points are discussed
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    * As interleaving texts, for cases where arguing texts are organized similarly enough for that to make sense.
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    === UI and workflow ===
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    One possible way to present DoT editing is the following:
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    * User creates list of relevant texts
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    * User is presented with a double-pane window, selected text on one side, output on the other
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    * User selects a quote in the text
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    * User clicks "Add" button
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    * The quote appears in the output pane, marked with the origin (Text name, possibly specific colour)
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    * User can add own comments to the quote. They appear on the margins.
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    Workflow for the DoT studying:
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    * User is presented with the page of "Quotes".
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    * User can click on any quote to see whole original text, in order to see the quote in context. The text is automatically scrolled to the quoted place.
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    * User can expend any quote in-line, in any direction. Such expensions are marked visually (e.g. by different colour)
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    * The DoT authors' comments appear on the side, as pop-ups while user scrolls the text, or on the margins, if there is enough room.
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    == Text In ==
    == Text In ==

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