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|A single text field may have mandatory or optional syntactical structure, which the InLOC model may want to represent. A common example is that short descriptions should start with action verbs. |
|If this is just a guideline, it may not be significant, but if there is a clear and consistent practice, it may be useful for InLOC to represent that optional syntax. |
|This feature is significant for InLOC if (and only if) |
# the syntactical structure is mandatory, or
# there is a clear and consistent practice, even if not clearly mandatory.
|In these cases we wish to record the syntax for consideration in InLOC. |
|h2. InLOC examples |
h2. InLOC treatment
InLOC will not specify structures specifically for text syntax.
However, any text syntax may be represented through [LOCassociation]s of type [category]. The [LOCassociation] [scheme] should point to a taxonomy of terms (e.g. action verbs) and the [LOCassociation] [object] should point to one specific term within that scheme.
A [LOCdefinition] or [LOCstructure] may be the subject of any number of this kind of [category].