I started my process by using the Xenothheka Library. Since my book is an architectural dictionary, I picked architecture as the topic of conversation and asked Alice to show me dictionaries related to that. I had a better experience using the explore button instead of the find button since it looks for related terms instead of the specific word. Later I tried the Architecture Library as Alice’s brain which worked very well. Immediately I found numerous books related to mine and I had a hard time to choose one. I came across a book called ‘A History of Architectural Theory’ by Kruft which was the first dictionary of Architecture that existed. It has several connections with the book ‘Explication des termes d’architecture’. They both look at Architecture in a very theoretical way and list commonly used terms in architecture. In addition, both books are very old and have gone through plenty of editions. Unfortunately, other brains did not work that well for me and led me to a dead end, so I decided to use the Architecture Library again. I chose dictionary as the topic of conversation and asked Alice to show he architectural theory which worked amazingly. The second book that caught my attention was ‘Constructing a New Agenda Architectural Theory 19’ by Sykes. In comparison to the book ‘Explication des termes d’architecture’ it looks at architecture in a more modern way but still lists different terms of architecture. Even though they differ in their publish years they still have a lot of entries in common. Also, it is interesting how these terms have developed and how the meaning has changed over the years. All in all, every book has their own characteristics and is special in their own way. It was interesting to compare these three and filter their weaknesses and their strengths.