parid0165 | Tue, 25 Feb 2003 17:04:28
An "untyped" assertion is an assertion that does not specify its assertion type (i.e., that has no AT arc). The semantics of an untyped assertion are determined by its role types, i.e., by the subjects of its r-nodes. The semantics of its role types may be such that the players of the role types have values conferred on their OPs (Other Properties -- see [parid0227] 4.4). However, the role types of untyped assertions must not be defined in such a way as to require values to be conferred upon the SIDPs of their players (see [parid0357] 22.214.171.124.2).
The semantics of an untyped assertion are determined by its role types, i.e., by the subjects of its r-nodes.
The first sentence is redundant with the glossary. The OPs and SIDP issues should be dealt with elsewhere.