TAN-key elements and attributes summarized

The element item names an item that is being described. The item is assumed to be a species of the type of thing discussed by the TAN element that is affected.

Formal Definition

~ed-stamp?, 
   (~inclusion | 
      (@affects-element?, @group?, (
         
            (@href | (<IRI>, ~metadata-human, <checksum>*, <location>+)) | 
         
            ((<IRI>+, ~metadata-human, <checksum>*, <location>+) | @which) | 
         
            ((<IRI>+, ~metadata-human) | @which) | ~entity-tok-def)))

Used by: ~item, ~TAN-body-core, ~body-group

[Caution]Caution

@affects-element must include only names of TAN elements that accept @which

[Caution]Caution

Every item in a reserved TAN-key must have at least one IRI with a tag URN in the TAN namespace


[Note]Note

Taken from ar.cat.TAN-key

The element TAN-key specifies that the TAN file contains vocabulary suitable for inclusion in other TAN files. Root element.

Formal Definition

~TAN-root
[Important]Important

Every validated TAN file will include the following message at its root. This version of TAN is under development, and is subject to change. Participants in developing the TAN schemas, functions, and guidelines are welcome. See http://textalign.net for details.


[Note]Note

Taken from ar.cat.TAN-key



[Note]Note

Taken from div-types.TAN-key


[Note]Note

Taken from features.TAN-key