<reuse-type>

The element reuse-type identifies a category of text reuse (e.g., translation, mistranslation, paraphrase, ridicule). See the section called “Token-Based Annotations and Alignments (<TAN-A-tok>)” for theoretical background.

For examples see main.xml# keywords-reuse-type

Formal Definition

~defn-pattern-default

Defined at: TAN-A-tok.rng

Example 8.177. <reuse-type>

      <definitions>
         <bitext-relation xml:id="B-descends-from-A">
            .........
         </bitext-relation>
         <reuse-type xml:id="adaptation">
            <IRI>tag:textalign.net,2015:reuse-type:adaptation:general</IRI>
            <name>general adaptation</name>
         </reuse-type>
         <token-definition src="ring1881 ring1987" which="letters"/>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ringoroses.01+02.token.1

Example 8.178. <reuse-type>

      <definitions>
         <bitext-relation xml:id="unclear">
            .........
         </bitext-relation>
         <reuse-type xml:id="correlationGeneral">
            <IRI>tag:kalvesmaki@gmail.com,2014:reuse-type:correlation-general</IRI>
            <name>Texts are generally correlated, but without specifying the relation</name>
         </reuse-type>
         <comment when="2016-02-22-05:00" who="park">The following is equivalent to @which = 'letters'</comment>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ringoroses.01+03.token.1

Example 8.179. <reuse-type>

      <definitions>
         <bitext-relation xml:id="unclear">
            .........
         </bitext-relation>
         <reuse-type xml:id="correlationGeneral">
            <IRI>tag:kalvesmaki@gmail.com,2014:reuse-type:correlation-general</IRI>
            <name>Texts are generally correlated, but without specifying the relation</name>
         </reuse-type>
         <token-definition src="eng ger" which="letters and punctuation"/>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ringoroses.01+03.token.2