@subject

The attribute subject points to one or more ID refs of entities defined in <head> that serve as the grammatical subject of a claim. @subject within <body> indicates the default subject(s) for <claim>s.

Multiple values of @subject are interpreted to mean "and", resulting in distribution of the claim (e.g., subject="x y" becomes "x [verby]..." and "y [verb]...").

Formal Definition

Defined at: TAN-A-div.rng

Used by: ~body-content-non-class-2, ~claim, ~subject

[Caution]Caution

Every <claim> must have at least one subject, either @subject (self or ancestral <body>) or a child <subject>