preindexing

preindexing

[prē′in‚deks·iŋ]
(computer science)
Operation in which the address bits of a word are added to the contents of a specified register to determine the pointer address.
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Gale hasn't thrown its hat in the ring to develop its own discovery service (one that provides for "local" access with preindexing of content collections), but it is one of the founding participants in Serials Solutions' Summon service, along with competitor ProQuest.
Now, it was not just a case of abandoning the intellectual precoordination of index terms but the abandoning of preindexing altogether.