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[Bug 12535] [DM] Definition of 'tree' missing and apparently non-standard

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Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com> 2011-05-31 15:58:24 UTC ---
Would the following rewording of the paragraph in question resolve your

  Every node is one of the seven kinds of nodes defined in 6 Nodes.
  Nodes form a rooted, directed, connected, acyclic graph (a tree)
  that consists of a single root node plus all the nodes that are
  reachable directly or indirectly from the root node via the
  dm:children, dm:attributes, and dm:namespace-nodes accessors. A
  node can have at most one parent. Nodes have identity (see 2.3
  Node Identity) and every node belongs to exactly one tree.

I think it's very likely that you understand precisely what the Data Model is
trying to describe. If you have specific suggestions for how this terminology
could be improved, I'd be delighted to hear them.

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