Chapter 9. Official TAN keywords

Table of Contents

TAN keywords for types of bitext relations (<bitext-relation>)
TAN keywords for types of divisions (<div-type>)
TAN keywords for features (<feature>)
TAN keywords for types of groups (<group-type>)
TAN keywords for types of modals (<modal>)
TAN keywords for types of normalizations (<normalization>)
TAN keywords for types of relationships (<relationship>)
TAN keywords for types of bitext reuse (<reuse-type>)
TAN keywords for types of rights (<rights-excluding-sources><rights-source-only>)
TAN keywords for types of roles (<role>)
TAN keywords for types of token definitions (<token-definition>)
TAN keywords for verbs (<verb>)

In this section are collected all official TAN keywords, i.e., values of @which predefined by TAN for certain elements. Remember, these keywords are not @xml:id values, and do not fall under the same restrictions. They may contain punctuation, spaces, and so forth. For more on the use of these keywords, see @which, specific elements, or various examples.

The contents of this chapter have been generated automatically. Although much effort has been spent to ensure accurate representation of the schemas and function library, you may find errors or inconsistencies. In such cases, the functions and schemas (particularly the RELAX-NG, compact syntax) are to be given priority.

List of standardized terms used for types of bitext relations.

Master location: http://textalign.net/release/TAN-1-dev/TAN-key/bitext-relations.TAN-key.xml

Table 9.1. TAN keywords for types of bitext relations

keywords (optional values of @which)IRIsComments
  • unclear

  • unclear relation

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:unclear

The relationship between one source text and the other is unclear.

  • a/b|b/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/b|b/a

direct unmediated descent, unknown direction

  • a/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/b

direct unmediated descent, B descends from A

  • b/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:b/a

direct unmediated descent, A descends from B

  • x}y,x//a,y//b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:x}y,x//a,y//b

A and B directly descend from X and Y, respectively, where Y is a major alteration (e.g., translation, paraphrase, adaptation) of X.

  • x}y,x//b,y//a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:x}y,x//b,y//a

B and A directly descend from X and Y, respectively, where Y is a major alteration (e.g., translation, paraphrase, adaptation) of X.

  • a/x/b|b/x/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/x/b|b/x/a

direct descent, unknown direction, one mediary

  • a/x/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/x/b

direct descent, B descends from A, one mediary

  • b/x/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:b/x/a

direct relationship, A descends from B, one mediary

  • a/x+/b|b/x+/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/x+/b|b/x+/a

direct descent, unknown direction, one or more mediaries

  • a/x+/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:a/x+/b

direct descent, B descends from A, one or more mediaries

  • b/x+/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:b/x+/a

direct relationship, A descends from B, one or more mediaries

  • /a,/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/a,/b

common parent

  • /a,/x/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/a,/x/b

parent of A is grandparent of B

  • /b,/x/a

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/b,/x/a

parent of B is grandparent of A

  • /x/a,/x/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/x/a,/x/b

A and B have a common grandparent

  • /a,/x*/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/a,/x*/b

parent of A is ancestor of B

  • /x*/a,/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/x*/a,/b

parent of B is ancestor of A

  • /x*/a,/x*/b

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:bitext-relation:/x*/a,/x*/b

common ancestor