Martin Holmes wrote:
> But what is @corresp for?
If I understand the use of @corresp correctly, it is used to permit the
association (not further specified) from an element to another element.
In the case of IMT, I think the association is not as vague as to be
expressed by using @corresp, since it means something like: the text
included in this section of <text> is related to this part (<zone> using
the new PH chapter) of the image surface (<surface>).
So the association may still be general (could be a transcription as
well an annotation of another kind), but it is ALWAYS between a chunk of
text and a <zone> or <surface> element, that between the text and a
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