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[Bug 5423] 2.2 terminology

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Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 22:38:54 +0000
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virginia.smith@hp.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Keywords|editorial                   |needsReview

------- Comment #4 from virginia.smith@hp.com  2008-02-12 22:38 -------
Regarding original proposal:
1 - I chose the alphabetical strategy and specified that in both specs. That
appears to be the easiest to understand and maintain. All definitions have
links to definitions on which they depend. See both terminology sections in SML
spec and SML-IF spec.



2 - already fixed in another bug

3 - I removed SML from all definitions except 'SML reference' and 'SML
reference scheme' since 'reference' and 'schemes' are used with different
meanings in the specs. All other terms are defined without the 'SML' prefix.

4 - Added definition of target:

Target -   An element in a model to which an SML reference resolves is called
the target of that SML reference.

5 - Added several new definitions to SML-IF. Also referenced SML spec for all
other terms.

6 - Removed 'document' from the use of bindings so we now have "rule bindings"
and "schema bindings". Rule bindings is defined in SML spec. Schema bindings is
defined in SML-IF spec.

Regarding comment #1: Fixed as stated.

Regarding comment #2: The comment is confusing - e.g., not clear what "add
processor" means since that word is already used in section 4.2.5. However, I
believe that this comment will be covered in Bug #5406 so nothing is needed

Also added links to terms throughout both specs. The main changes are in the
terminology sections.
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