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[Bug 5463] Must conforming producers be able to spin straw into gold?

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=5463


kumarp@microsoft.com changed:

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------- Comment #4 from kumarp@microsoft.com  2008-02-16 09:35 -------
Updated per proposal in comment# 1 and added the following non-normative note:

When a producer generates a referentially conforming SML-IF document from a
conforming source model, it is expected that the source model and the generated
model are equivalent. That is, the source model and the destination model both
have the same validity, same number of documents with similar structure and
content differing only in places where references are updated to have
equivalent SML URI scheme representation. However, this specification does not
normatively define the notion of model equivalence.
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