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att.typedcharacterizes the element in some sense, using any convenient classification scheme or typology.optionaldata.enumerated
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ElementDefinition of @typeStatusDatatypesample valuessuggested valueslegal valuesadd to att.typed?examples to move to att.typed?
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teiHeaderspecifies the kind of document to which the header is attached, for example whether it is a corpus or individual text.optional data.enumeratedtext, corpusnonenonenon/a
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idnocategorizes the identifier, for example as an ISBN, Social Security number, etc.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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distinctspecifies the sublanguage or register to which the word or phrase is being assignedoptionaldata.enumeratednonenonenonenon/a
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qmay be used to indicate whether the offset passage is spoken or thought, or to characterize it more finely.optionaldata.enumeratednonespoken, thought, written, soCalled, foreign, distinct, term, emph, mentionednoneYes, if possible? I submit that this is fundamentally narrower in scope than att.typedno
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numindicates the type of numeric value.optionaldata.enumeratednonecardinal, ordinal, fraction, percentagenoneif possibleyes
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measurespecifies the type of measurement in any convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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abbrallows the encoder to classify the abbreviation according to some convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratedNEEDS REVISIONNEEDS REVISIONNEEDS REVISIONyes
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listdescribes the form of the list.optionaldata.enumeratednoneordered, bulleted, simple, glossnoneif possibleyes
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titleclassifies the title according to some convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratedmain, sub, alt, short, descnonenoneif possibleyes
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biblScopeidentifies the type of information conveyed by the element, e.g. columns, pages, volume. (deprecated)optionaldata.enumeratednonepp, ll, vol, chap, part, issuenoneno (deprecated)n/a
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stageindicates the kind of stage direction.recommendeddata.enumeratednonesetting, entrance, exit, business, delivery, novelistic, delivery, modifier, location, mixednoneno (because status is different)n/a
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divGenspecifies what type of generated text division (e.g. index, table of contents, etc.) is to appear.optionaldata.enumeratedindex, toc, figlist, tablistnonenoneif possibleyes
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titlePageclassifies the title page according to any convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesno
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titlePartspecifies the role of this subdivision of the title.optionaldata.enumeratednonemain, sub, alt, short, descnoneif possibleyes
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metDeclindicates whether the notation conveys the abstract metrical form, its actual prosodic realization, or the rhyme scheme, or some combination thereof.optional1-3 occurrences of data.enumeratednonenonemet, real, rhymenon/a
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castItemcharacterizes the cast item.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonerole, listnon/a
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movecharacterizes the movement, for example as an entrance or exit.optionaldata.enumeratednoneentrance, exit, onstagenoneif possibleyes
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soundcategorizes the sound in some respect, e.g. as music, special effect, etc.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesno
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techcategorizes the technical stage direction.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonelight, sound, prop, blockno (because of legal values)n/a
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recordingthe kind of recording.optionaldata.enumeratednonenoneaudio, videonon/a
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formclassifies form as simple, compound, etc.optionaldata.enumeratednonesimple, lemma, variant, compound, derivative, inflected, phrasenoneunsureno
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orthgives the type of spelling.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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gramclassifies the grammatical information given according to some convenient typology—in the case of terminological information, preferably the dictionary of data element types specified inISO 12620.optionaldata.enumeratedpos, gen, num, animate, propernonenoneunsure?yes
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iTypeindicates the type of indicator used to specify the inflection class, when it is necessary to distinguish between the usual abbreviated indications (e.g. inv) and other kinds of indicators, such as special codes referring to conjugation patterns, etc.optionaldata.enumeratedsample: abbrev, verbTablenonenonenon/a
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usgclassifies the usage information using any convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratedlots of sample valuesnonenoneif possibleyes
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lblclassifies the label using any convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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xrindicates the type of cross reference, using any convenient typology.recommendeddata.enumeratedsyn, etym, cf, illusnonenoneif possibleno
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oRefindicates the kind of typographic modification made to the headword in the reference.optionaldata.enumeratedcap, noHyphnonenonenon/a
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oVarindicates the kind of variant involved.optionaldata.enumeratedpt,pp,prp, f, plnonenone??yes
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dimensionsindicates which aspect of the object is being measured.optionaldata.enumeratedleaves, ruled, pricked, written, miniatures, binding, boxnonenonenon/a
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fwclassifies the material encoded according to some useful typology.recommendeddata.enumeratedheader, footer, pageNum, lineNum, sig, catchnonenonenon/a
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appclassifies the variation contained in this element according to some convenient typology.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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witDetaildescribes the type of information given about the witness.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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relationcategorizes the relationship in some respect, e.g. as social, personal or other.optionaldata.enumeratednonesocial, personal, othernoneif possibleyes
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constitutionspecifies how the text was constituted.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonesingle, composite, frags, unknownnonen/a
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derivationcategorizes the derivation of the text.optionaldata.enumeratedoriginal, revision, translation, abridgment, plagiarism, traditionalnonenoneif possibleyes
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domaincategorizes the domain of use.optionaldata.enumeratedart, domestic, religious, business, education, govt, publicnonenoneif possibleyes
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factualitycategorizes the factuality of the text.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonefiction, fact, mixed, inapplicableno n/a
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interactionspecifies the degree of interaction between active and passive participants in the text.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenone, partial, complete, inapplicablenon/a
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preparednessa keyword characterizing the type of preparedness.optionaldata.enumeratednone, scripted, formulaic, revisednonenone??yes
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purposespecifies a particular kind of purpose.optionaldata.enumeratednonesuggested: persuade, express, inform, entertainnoneif possibleyes
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fsDeclgives a name for the type of feature structure being declared.requireddata.enumeratedany convenient string of charactersany convenient string of charactersany convenient string of charactersnon/a
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fsdLinkidentifies the type of feature structure to be documented; this will be the value of the typeattribute on at least one feature structure.requireddata.enumeratedany convenient string of charactersany convenient string of charactersany convenient string of charactersnon/a
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fsspecifies the type of the feature structure.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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graphdescribes the type of graph.recommendeddata.enumeratednoneundirected, directed, transitionNetwork, transducernonenon/a
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nodeprovides a type for a node.optionaldata.enumeratednonesuggested: initial, finalnoneif possibleyes
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forestidentifies the type of the forestoptionaldata.enumeratednonenonenoneyesyes
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listForestidentifies the type of the forest group.optionaldata.enumerateda character stringa character stringa character string??no
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tagindicates the type of XML tag intendedoptionalnonenonelegal: start, end, empty, pl, comment, msnon/a
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classSpecindicates whether this is a model class or an attribute classrequireddata.enumeratednonenonemodel, attsnon/a
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macroSpecindicates which type of entity should be generated, when an ODD processor is generating a module using XML DTD syntax.optionaldata.enumeratednonenonepe, dtnon/a
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valListspecifies the extensibility of the list of values specified.optionaldata.enumeratednonenoneclosed, semi, opennon/a
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