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[Bug 5447] Model validation term defined twice

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kumarp@microsoft.com changed:

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------- Comment #1 from kumarp@microsoft.com  2008-02-07 04:12 -------
Proposal:
Remove the following sentence from the 'Conformance Criteria' section:

---
Model validation is the process of examining each document in a model and
verifying that this document is valid with respect to the model definition
documents, i.e., each model instance document satisfies the schemas and rules
defined in the applicable model definition documents.
---

The term 'Model validation' is already defined adequately in the terminology
section. We do not need to add to that definition. Currently, the definition is
as follows:

Model Validation
Model validation is the process of verifying that all documents in a model are
valid with respect to the model's definition documents.
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