parid0441 | Fri, 21 Feb 2003 16:06:45
Glossary in general: how about some parallelism? 2101: "As in "A-node" 2107: "An 'assertion' node" 2134: "The subject of" 2173: "In a topic map graph" 2176: "Syntactic constructs" 2194: "Provided with" 2212: "Are defined by" 2257: "The x-generic node serves" etc., etc. The items do generally begin with a short phrase, then start up a new sentence, but some, like 2224 are long constructs with dependent phrases. 2218 starts with a sentence.
parid0441 | Mon, 24 Feb 2003 13:11:08
Edge: The unreified connection between two nodes in an assertion
New term for the glossary. Additional term to allow assertion of a relationship between two nodes in an assertion. Like the arcs (an arc and its mirror case) between two nodes in an assertion, it is unreified. Unlike an arc, however, it has no orientation, as in starting from one endpoint to another as do arcs. It also has no type.