<formula> is like <graphic> -- it should contain just the formula. If
you need to wrap it up together with a heading, the wrapper element is
Oh, I see Sebastian has just said the same thing. Must be true.
On 26/04/11 22:35, Matthias Einbrodt wrote:
> I just realized that it is not possible with the TEI-P5-Guidelines to
> encode a title and/or a caption for a formula. As this might not be
> needed for mathematical formulas (as far as I can tell from browsing
> through some high-energy physics papers on arxiv.org), chemical formulas
> representing a chemical structure or reaction, according to the ACS
> Style-Guide, mostly need a title and/or a caption.
> Since the<formula> element is described in the TEI-P5-Guidelines as a
> container for "mathematical and other formula" it seems, that the
> problem can't be solved by simply treating chemical formulas as
> illustrations which are to be encoded by means of the<figure> element.
> A possible solution might therefore be to allow the elements<head> and
> <p> within<formula>.
> What do you think?
> Regards, Matthias