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Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 16:38:41 +0000
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Update of /w3ccvs/WWW/International/multilingualweb/lt/drafts/its20
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	its20.html its20.odd 
Log Message:
Updated Disambiguation data category

Index: its20.odd
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RCS file: /w3ccvs/WWW/International/multilingualweb/lt/drafts/its20/its20.odd,v
retrieving revision 1.197
retrieving revision 1.198
diff -u -d -r1.197 -r1.198
--- its20.odd	18 Oct 2012 12:00:30 -0000	1.197
+++ its20.odd	18 Oct 2012 16:38:39 -0000	1.198
@@ -3166,7 +3166,7 @@
 							and named entity definitions for the same things as authored in different languages, offering a mechanism to 
 							locate translations from the source language description.</p>
 
-						<p>Two types of disambiguation are needed to identify:</p>
+						<p>Two types of disambiguation are needed to identify:</p><note type="ed">The previous sentence needs to be re-worded</note>
 						<list type="unordered">
 							<item>Disambiguation type class, which describes the type class of the underlying concept or entity of the fragment.</item>
 							<item>Disambiguation, which describes the actual underlying external resource that conveys the intended meaning of the fragment.</item>
@@ -3182,13 +3182,39 @@
 							be expressed with global rules, or locally on an individual element. The
 							information applies to the textual content of the element. There is no
 							inheritance. The entity type follows inheritance rules.</p>
-						<note type="ed">The two sentences above seem contradictory.</note>
+						<note type="ed">The two last sentences above seem contradictory.</note>
 						<p xml:id="disambiguation-global">GLOBAL: The <gi>disambiguationRule</gi>
 							element contains the following:</p>
 						<list type="unordered">
-							<item>A required <att>selector</att> attribute. It contains an <ref
+							<item>A required <att>selector</att> attribute that contains an <ref
 									target="#selectors">absolute selector</ref> which selects the
 								nodes to which this rule applies.</item>
+							<item>Either:
+								<list>
+									<item>A <att>disambigSource</att> attribute that contains a string representing the disambiguation
+										identifier collection source.</item>
+									<item>Exactly one of the following:
+										<list>
+											<item>A <att>disambigIdent</att> attribute that contains a string that represents the disambiguation 
+												identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified disambiguation source.</item>
+											<item>A <att>disambigIdentPointer</att> attribute that contains a <ref target="#selectors">relative selector</ref>
+												pointing to a node that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
+										</list>
+									</item>
+								</list>
+							</item>
+							<item>Or:
+								<list>
+									<item>Exactly one of the following:
+										<list>
+											<item>A <att>disambigIdentRef</att> attribute that contains an URI that represents a unique identifier
+												for the disambiguation target.</item>
+											<item>A <att>disambigIdentRefPointer</att> attribute that contains a <ref target="#selectors">relative selector</ref>
+												pointing to a node that holds a URI that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
+										</list>
+									</item>
+								</list>
+							</item>
 							<item>None or exactly one of the following:
 								<list>
 									<item>A <att>disambigClassPointer</att> attribute that contains a <ref target="#selectors">relative selector</ref>
@@ -3202,27 +3228,16 @@
 							<item>An optional <att>disambigGranularity</att> attribute that contains a string, specifying the granularity 
 								level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: 
 								<code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code>.</item>
-							<item>An optional <att>disambigSource</att> attribute. It contains a string representing the disambiguation
-								identifier collection source.</item>
-							<item>None or exactly one of the following:
-								<list>
-									<item>A <att>disambigIdent</att> attribute. It contains a string that represents the disambiguation 
-										identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified Disambiguation Source.</item>
-									<item>A <att>disambigIdentRef</att> attribute. It contains an URI that represents a unique identifier
-										for the disambiguation target.</item>
-									<item>A <att>disambigIdentPointer</att> attribute that contains a <ref target="#selectors">relative selector</ref>
-										pointing to a node that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
-									<item>a <att>disambigIdentRefPointer</att> attribute that contains a <ref target="#selectors">relative selector</ref>
-										pointing to a node that holds a URI that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
-								</list>
-							</item>
 						</list>
 						<note type="ed">Below will need a test case in the test suite.</note>
-						<p xml:id="disambiguation-use-cases">When using a disambiguation rule, the user <ref target="#rfc2119">MUST</ref> use one of the use cases for disambiguation: specifying the target type,	or specifying the target identity.
+						<note type="ed">Sentence below is awkward</note>
+						<p xml:id="disambiguation-use-cases">When using a disambiguation rule, the user <ref target="#rfc2119">MUST</ref> use one of the use 
+							cases for disambiguation: specifying the target type, or specifying the target identity.
 							For the latter, the user <ref target="#rfc2119">MUST</ref> use only one of the two addressing modes:</p>
 						<list>
-							<item>Using <att>disambigSource</att> and <att>disambigIdent</att> to specify the collection and the identifier itself.</item>
-							<item>Using one of <att>disambigIdentRef</att>, <att>disambigIdentPointer</att> or <att>disambigIdentRefPointer</att> using
+							<item>Using <att>disambigSource</att> and one of <att>disambigIdent</att> or <att>disambigIdentPointer</att> to specify the
+								collection and the identifier itself.</item>
+							<item>Using one of <att>disambigIdentRef</att> or <att>disambigIdentRefPointer</att> using
 								a URI for the disambiguation target.</item>
 						</list>
 						<exemplum xml:id="EX-disambiguation-global-1">
@@ -3241,12 +3256,21 @@
 							<item>An optional <att>disambigGranularity</att> attribute that contains a string, specifying the 
 								granularity level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: 
 								<code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code></item>
-							<item>An optional <att>disambigSource</att> attribute. It contains a string representing the 
-								disambiguation identifier collection source.</item>
-							<item>An optional <att>disambigIdent</att> attribute. It contains a string, representing the 
-								disambiguation identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified Disambiguation Source.</item>
-							<item>An optional <att>disambigIdentRef</att> attribute. It contains a URI that represents a unique 
-								identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
+							<item>Either:
+								<list>
+									<item>A <att>disambigSource</att> attribute that contains a string representing the 
+										disambiguation identifier collection source.</item>
+									<item>A <att>disambigIdent</att> attribute that contains a string, representing the 
+										disambiguation identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified 
+										disambiguation source.</item>
+								</list>
+							</item>
+							<item>Or:
+								<list>
+									<item>A <att>disambigIdentRef</att> attribute that contains a URI that represents a unique 
+										identifier for the disambiguation target.</item>
+								</list>
+							</item>
 						</list>
 						<p>The user <ref target="#rfc2119">MUST</ref> use only one of the two addressing modes for "target identity" disambiguation:</p>
 						<list>

Index: its20.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /w3ccvs/WWW/International/multilingualweb/lt/drafts/its20/its20.html,v
retrieving revision 1.197
retrieving revision 1.198
diff -u -d -r1.197 -r1.198
--- its20.html	18 Oct 2012 12:38:32 -0000	1.197
+++ its20.html	18 Oct 2012 16:38:39 -0000	1.198
@@ -2063,28 +2063,33 @@
 							“PopulatedPlace” in the conceptual granularity level, or the central area of a particular city, e.g. City of London, 
 							as interpreted in the entity granularity level. Linked data network, such as DBpedia, increasing interlink ontological 
 							and named entity definitions for the same things as authored in different languages, offering a mechanism to 
-							locate translations from the source language description.</p><p>Two types of disambiguation are needed to identify:</p><ul><li><p>Disambiguation type class, which describes the type class of the underlying concept or entity of the fragment.</p></li><li><p>Disambiguation, which describes the actual underlying external resource that conveys the intended meaning of the fragment.</p></li></ul><p>Text analysis engines, such as named entity recognizers, named entity, concept and word sense disambiguation 
+							locate translations from the source language description.</p><p>Two types of disambiguation are needed to identify:</p><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: The previous sentence needs to be re-worded]</span><ul><li><p>Disambiguation type class, which describes the type class of the underlying concept or entity of the fragment.</p></li><li><p>Disambiguation, which describes the actual underlying external resource that conveys the intended meaning of the fragment.</p></li></ul><p>Text analysis engines, such as named entity recognizers, named entity, concept and word sense disambiguation 
 							components can offer an easy way to create this information. Content management tools can present and visualize 
 							this information or use it to index their content. Machine translations systems may use it for training and translation 
 							when dealing with proper names and edge cases.</p></div><div class="div3">
 <h4><a href="#contents" shape="rect"><img src="images/topOfPage.gif" align="right" height="26" width="26" title="Go to the table of contents." alt="Go to the table of contents."/></a><a name="Disambiguation-implementation" id="Disambiguation-implementation" shape="rect"/>6.10.2 Implementation</h4><p>The <a href="#Disambiguation" shape="rect">Disambiguation</a> data category can
 							be expressed with global rules, or locally on an individual element. The
 							information applies to the textual content of the element. There is no
-							inheritance. The entity type follows inheritance rules.</p><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: The two sentences above seem contradictory.]</span><p id="disambiguation-global">GLOBAL: The <code>disambiguationRule</code>
-							element contains the following:</p><ul><li><p>A required <code>selector</code> attribute. It contains an <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">absolute selector</a> which selects the
-								nodes to which this rule applies.</p></li><li><p>None or exactly one of the following:
+							inheritance. The entity type follows inheritance rules.</p><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: The two last sentences above seem contradictory.]</span><p id="disambiguation-global">GLOBAL: The <code>disambiguationRule</code>
+							element contains the following:</p><ul><li><p>A required <code>selector</code> attribute that contains an <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">absolute selector</a> which selects the
+								nodes to which this rule applies.</p></li><li><p>Either:
+								<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigSource</code> attribute that contains a string representing the disambiguation
+										identifier collection source.</p></li><li><p>Exactly one of the following:
+										<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigIdent</code> attribute that contains a string that represents the disambiguation 
+												identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified disambiguation source.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
+												pointing to a node that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul></p></li></ul></p></li><li><p>Or:
+								<ul><li><p>Exactly one of the following:
+										<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentRef</code> attribute that contains an URI that represents a unique identifier
+												for the disambiguation target.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentRefPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
+												pointing to a node that holds a URI that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul></p></li></ul></p></li><li><p>None or exactly one of the following:
 								<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigClassPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
 										pointing to a node specifying the entity type class behind the selector.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigClassRef</code> attribute that contains a URI, specifying the type class of the concept
 										or entity behind the selector.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigClassRefPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
 										pointing to a node that holds a URI that specifies the entity type class behind the selector.</p></li></ul></p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigGranularity</code> attribute that contains a string, specifying the granularity 
-								level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: <code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code>.</p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigSource</code> attribute. It contains a string representing the disambiguation
-								identifier collection source.</p></li><li><p>None or exactly one of the following:
-								<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigIdent</code> attribute. It contains a string that represents the disambiguation 
-										identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified Disambiguation Source.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentRef</code> attribute. It contains an URI that represents a unique identifier
-										for the disambiguation target.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
-										pointing to a node that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li><li><p>a <code>disambigIdentRefPointer</code> attribute that contains a <a href="#selectors" shape="rect">relative selector</a>
-										pointing to a node that holds a URI that represents a unique identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul></p></li></ul><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: Below will need a test case in the test suite.]</span><p id="disambiguation-use-cases">When using a disambiguation rule, the user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use one of the use cases for disambiguation: specifying the target type,	or specifying the target identity.
-							For the latter, the user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use only one of the two addressing modes:</p><ul><li><p>Using <code>disambigSource</code> and <code>disambigIdent</code> to specify the collection and the identifier itself.</p></li><li><p>Using one of <code>disambigIdentRef</code>, <code>disambigIdentPointer</code> or <code>disambigIdentRefPointer</code> using
+								level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: <code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code>.</p></li></ul><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: Below will need a test case in the test suite.]</span><span class="editor-note">[Ed. note: Sentence below is awkward]</span><p id="disambiguation-use-cases">When using a disambiguation rule, the user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use one of the use 
+							cases for disambiguation: specifying the target type, or specifying the target identity.
+							For the latter, the user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use only one of the two addressing modes:</p><ul><li><p>Using <code>disambigSource</code> and one of <code>disambigIdent</code> or <code>disambigIdentPointer</code> to specify the
+								collection and the identifier itself.</p></li><li><p>Using one of <code>disambigIdentRef</code> or <code>disambigIdentRefPointer</code> using
 								a URI for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="EX-disambiguation-global-1" id="EX-disambiguation-global-1" shape="rect"/>Example 52: Usage of <code>disambigClassRef</code>, <code>disambigGranularity</code>, <code>disambigIdentRef</code>,
 								<code>disambigSource</code> and <code>disambigIdent</code> for both entity and word sense disambiguation.</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><span class="hl-directive" style="color: maroon">&lt;?xml version="1.0"?&gt;</span>&#xD;
 <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;text&gt;</strong>&#xD;
@@ -2109,10 +2114,13 @@
 							available for the <a href="#Disambiguation" shape="rect">Disambiguation</a>
 							data category:</p><ul><li><p>An optional <code>disambigClassRef</code> attribute that contains a URI, specifying the type class
 								of the concept or entity behind the selector.</p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigGranularity</code> attribute that contains a string, specifying the 
-								granularity level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: <code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code></p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigSource</code> attribute. It contains a string representing the 
-								disambiguation identifier collection source.</p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigIdent</code> attribute. It contains a string, representing the 
-								disambiguation identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified Disambiguation Source.</p></li><li><p>An optional <code>disambigIdentRef</code> attribute. It contains a URI that represents a unique 
-								identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul><p>The user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use only one of the two addressing modes for "target identity" disambiguation:</p><ul><li><p>Using <code>disambigSource</code> and <code>disambigIdent</code> to specify the collection
+								granularity level of the disambiguation. The value can be one of the following identifiers: <code>lexicalConcept</code>, <code>ontologyConcept</code>, or <code>entity</code></p></li><li><p>Either:
+								<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigSource</code> attribute that contains a string representing the 
+										disambiguation identifier collection source.</p></li><li><p>A <code>disambigIdent</code> attribute that contains a string, representing the 
+										disambiguation identifier for the disambiguation target that is valid within the specified 
+										disambiguation source.</p></li></ul></p></li><li><p>Or:
+								<ul><li><p>A <code>disambigIdentRef</code> attribute that contains a URI that represents a unique 
+										identifier for the disambiguation target.</p></li></ul></p></li></ul><p>The user <a href="#rfc2119" shape="rect">MUST</a> use only one of the two addressing modes for "target identity" disambiguation:</p><ul><li><p>Using <code>disambigSource</code> and <code>disambigIdent</code> to specify the collection
 								and the identifier itself.</p></li><li><p>Using <code>disambigIdentRef</code> using a URI for the disambiguation target</p></li></ul><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="EX-disambiguation-html5-local-1" id="EX-disambiguation-html5-local-1" shape="rect"/>Example 53: Local mixed usage of Usage of <code>disambigClassRef</code>, <code>disambigGranularity</code>, 
 								and <code>disambigIdentRef</code> in HTML.</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: blue">&lt;!DOCTYPE html&gt;</strong>&#xD;
 <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;html</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">lang</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"en"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&gt;</strong>&#xD;
@@ -3870,7 +3878,7 @@
             <em>This section is informative.</em>
          </p><p>Several constraints of ITS markup cannot be validated with ITS schemas. The
 					following <a title="Rule-based validation&#xA;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;-- Schematron" href="#schematron" shape="rect">[Schematron]</a> document allows for
-					validating some of these constraints.</p><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="d0e9860" id="d0e9860" shape="rect"/>Example 105: Testing constraints in ITS markup</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;schema</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">xmlns</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"http://www.ascc.net/xml/schematron"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&gt;</strong>&#xD;
+					validating some of these constraints.</p><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="d0e9886" id="d0e9886" shape="rect"/>Example 105: Testing constraints in ITS markup</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;schema</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">xmlns</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"http://www.ascc.net/xml/schematron"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&gt;</strong>&#xD;
 <em class="hl-comment" style="color: silver">&lt;!-- Schematron document to test constraints for global and local ITS markup.&#xD;
  For ITS markup definitions, see http://www.w3.org/TR/its/ . --&gt;</em>&#xD;
  <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;ns</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">prefix</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"its"</span> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">uri</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">/&gt;</strong>&#xD;
@@ -3921,7 +3929,7 @@
          </p><p>The following <a title="Namespace-based Validation&#xA;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;&#x9;Dispatching Language (NVDL)" href="#nvdl" shape="rect">[NVDL]</a> document allows validation of
 					ITS markup which has been added to a host vocabulary. Only ITS elements and
 					attributes are checked. Elements and attributes of host language are ignored
-					during validation against this NVDL document/schema.</p><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="d0e9882" id="d0e9882" shape="rect"/>Example 106: NVDL schema for ITS</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><span class="hl-directive" style="color: maroon">&lt;?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?&gt;</span>&#xD;
+					during validation against this NVDL document/schema.</p><div class="exampleOuter"><div class="exampleHeader"><a name="d0e9908" id="d0e9908" shape="rect"/>Example 106: NVDL schema for ITS</div><div class="exampleInner"><pre xml:space="preserve"><span class="hl-directive" style="color: maroon">&lt;?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?&gt;</span>&#xD;
 <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;rules</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">xmlns</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"http://purl.oclc.org/dsdl/nvdl/ns/structure/1.0"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&gt;</strong>&#xD;
   <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;namespace</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">ns</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&gt;</strong>&#xD;
     <strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">&lt;validate</strong> <span class="hl-attribute" style="color: #F5844C">schema</span>=<span class="hl-value" style="color: #993300">"its20-elements.rng"</span><strong class="hl-tag" style="color: #000096">/&gt;</strong>   &#xD;
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