On 22/12/2012 11:46, Saeed Sarrafzadeh wrote:
> On Sat, 22 Dec 2012 09:39:55 +0000, Lou Burnard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> ... -- it really is meant only for cases where the target and
>> the source are interchangeable, as for example where one translates the
>> other. I also think it is meant to be bidirectional -- that is, if
>> corresp(a.b), then corresp(b,a) ...
> Thanks for your explanation. What I interpreted from the guidelines was a more general case for corresp attribute which can be any type of correspondence between two elements
I must confess that the exact semantics of @corresp have always remained
rather vague to me. Consequently, I might be abusing it in all kinds of
ways to express /some/ kind of correspondence between two identifiable
elements. If, on the contrary, this is explicitly not the indended use,
I think the formal description 'points to elements that correspond to
the current element in some way'
is to blame...