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[Bug 17181] [XPath 3.0] Terminology: "Restricted Union Type"

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--- Comment #1 from Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@gmail.com> 2012-05-25 22:15:27 UTC ---
I've always disliked the term "restricted union type" for just this reason.

Ideally, I'd like a name that evokes what is said in the definition:

[Definition: A restricted union type is an XML Schema union type that satisfies
the following constraints: (1) {variety} is union, (2) the {facets} property is
empty, (3) no type in the transitive membership of the union type has {variety}
list, and (4) no type in the transitive membership of the union type is a type
with {variety} union having a non-empty {facets} property].

To me, the proposed name doesn't do that. I suppose the name should ideally say
something like "no lists, no facets". To me, 'constructed' doesn't say that.

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