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Well yes, but maybe with an additional <equiv> to point to the appropriate conceptual background.

Le 25 janv. 2013 à 17:07, Syd Bauman a écrit :

>> What's the best way for a document to announce to its consumers
>> what the @type attribute in <idno> means? 
> 
> My instinct is that, like any other controlled vocabulary on the
> @type of any other element, the way to define what it means is in the
> ODD. Something like:
> 
>    <attDef ident="type" usage="req">
>      <datatype minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1">
>        <rng:ref name="data.enumerated"/>
>      </datatype>
>      <valList type="closed">
>        <valItem ident="ASIN">
>          <gloss>Amazon standard identification number</gloss>
>          <desc>Sometimes called the Amazon standard item number,
>          provides a unique propriety identifcation of an
>          edition-level entity within Amazon.com. It is often the
>          same as the ISBN. See <ptr
>          target=
>          "https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=898182"/>.
>          </desc>
>        </valItem>
>      </valList>
>    </attDef>

Laurent Romary
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