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[Bug 4865] clearly doc requirements for defining a reference scheme

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------- Comment #1 from kirk.wilson@ca.com  2007-07-19 18:56 -------
1. Point #2 should refer to "EPR reference schemes" rather than "sml:EPR",
which is a non-existent item.

2. I'm not clear precisely how the "consequences" "flow" (are logically implied
by) from the statements in P 1.  I would recommend that a new paragraph be
initiated, beginning: "Successful interchange of models requires the
following:", followed by the three points (reworded slightly in the light of
the paragraph opening).  (It should be clear that the first two requirements
are not normative but are physical requirements of interchange--was this a
conscious change?)

3. Insert "at" between "representing using" and "least one"
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