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RE: [All] its-tool-ref vs. its-tools-ref

From: Yves Savourel <ysavourel@enlaso.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 08:15:32 -0700
To: <public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org>
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Hi Felix, Phil, Dave, all,

> 1) sometimes you want to provide tool information just 
> about the textual data
> 2) sometimes you want to provide tool information 
> about the textual data + annotations
> 3) sometimes you want to provide tool information 
> about just annotations

So this is case 1):

<span its:provOrg='xyz-corp'

This is case 1) and case 2) at the same time:
(with the fudging that myMTuri is not really doing the annotation, but provides the information being carried by the annotation (the confidence score))

<span its:provOrg='xyz-corp'

I assume this is case 2) and case 3), but case 1) is not done here:

<span its:provOrg='xyz-corp'
      its:annotatorsRef='provenance|SomeToolIri mt-confidence|myMTiri'>text</span>

I assume this is case 1), 2) and 3) at the same time:

<span its:provOrg='xyz-corp'
      its:annotatorsRef='provenance|SomeToolIri mt-confidence|myMTiri'>text</span>

The fact that in these two last cases the two IRIs of annotatorsRef points to different things (one is the tool that added the markup, the other is the tool that provided the info to carry in the markup) is still bothering me a bit. But I suppose if it's explained in the ITS Tool Annotation section (and the Provenance section) it's OK.

The added text seems ok.


-- "...only meant to be used then actual ITS annotation is involved" should be "...only meant to be used ***when*** actual ITS annotation is involved"

-- "Example 27: Example of ITS Tool Annotation" maybe: "Example 27: Example of ITS Tools Annotation"?

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