|Information types and topics / Working with topics|
Disambiguation topics help direct readers to the appropriate content where a term or concept is ambiguous and may refer to more than one topic.
Disambiguation topics help clarify ambiguity when one term or topic title may relate to a number of different topics. For example, a term "ABS" may stand for "Anti-lock Braking System" or for "Automatic Brightness Sequencer". A disambiguation topic is typically a single topic explaining the different uses of the term, and links to the relevant alternative topics.