you should probably take a look at the feature structure system. That seems
to match you description.
Am Donnerstag, 8. Dezember 2016 19:24:00 CET schrieb John P. McCaskey
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> What is the best way to encode abstracts that are essentially
> just key-value pairs?
> Consider formulaic abstracts such as these:
> This document is a [writ|deed|charter]. The court of authority
> is [papal|secular]. The witness to the document is [insert
> someone’s name].
> The inventor was [insert name]. The researched drug was [insert
> chemical name]. The test facility was [hospital|military
> Only the parameters are important. I don’t really need the
> introductory words.
> I’m looking for something like this:
> <item type="type">charter</item>
> <item type="court">secular</item>
> <item type="witness">someone’s name</item>
> But @type isn’t an attribute of <item> and <item> seems
> semantically wrong. <keywords> doesn’t work for key-value pairs.
> <classCode> doesn’t seem right. <catRef> seems overly
> What is the best approach, sticking to the stock schema?
Dr. Frederik Elwert
Centrum für Religionswissenschaftliche Studien