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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqPurposeSpecMap" by 194.39.131.40

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Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 14:29:05 -0000
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The comment on the change is:
changed according to term ident comment from Masaki

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  = Notes =
  
- For the specific case of linking something to look at already exists:
- HLink (cf. ["http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-hlink-20020913/"])
+  * For the specific case of linking something to look at already exists: HLink (cf. ["http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-hlink-20020913/"]).
+ 
+  * The approach may be used to support term identification. Suppose that an original document has the following:
+ 
+ 
+  "You can define multiple computation IDs for one company in the <index sortstr="currency restatement">Currency Restatement</index> program"
+ 
+ 
+  When you wish that the "index" element serves as an ITS "term", you could use the following purposeSpec: 
+ 
+ 
+  <its:purposeSpec>
+ 	<servesPurpose origVoc="index" its="term"/>
+  </its:purposeSpec>
+ 
+ 
+  One question to answer is: How can existing attributes (e.g. "sortstr" in the sample above") be carried over, or how can new attributes (like "POS", "termType") be introduced?
  
  = Quick Guideline Thoughts =
  
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