parid0373 | Wed, 26 Feb 2003 09:49:00
Nodes never merge for any reason other than the fact that they are regarded as having the same subject; all merging operations must serve the Subject Location Uniqueness Objective. However, TM Applications may require the application of any number of rules for determining whether two nodes have the same subject. Such merging rules may be based on diverse combinations of subject property values, each of which may be based on a complex situation feature definition, possibly involving intermediary assertions and nodes through which the situated node is connected to many other nodes.
Move to section on merger (parid0413) or under such a section in TM Applications (parid0269)