ISO 24613-4-2021 pdf free

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ISO 24613-4-2021 pdf free.Language resource management – Lexical markup framework (LMF)- Part 4: TEI serialization.
7.2.1 Referencing forms in an etymon
Within an etymon, form content can be embedded within a <form> element with either <orth> or <pron> elements, or both, embedded within the <cit type=”etymon”>, as in the following example:
cit type”etymon”.’
This element can be associated with an @xml:lang attribute which provides the actual language of the corresponding etymon, and which shall be encoded in accordance with IETF BCP 47.
7.2.2 Representing the meaning of an etymon
The meaning of an etymon can be expressed using the <gloss> (see Th) or <def> elements depending on the encoding constraints. <gloss> can be used for a basic summary of the meaning of the etymon, or in the case of bi-/multilingual content for translations. <def> should be used for more detailed descriptions or a definition of the etymon. In both cases, lithe <gloss> or <del> are in a language other than that of the etymon, the @xml:lang shall be applied to the given element.
The <usg> element with the @type attribute can be used to declare a number of different features about the etymon’s semantic or socio-linguistic usage. It is recommended that the values for @type be compliant with those of the TEl Lex 0 initiative43).
7.2.3 Representing the language of an etymon
The <lang>44) element shall be used to encode the explicit descriptive reference to the language associated with an etymon. A @norm attribute can be used to indicate a standardized representation of the corresponding language or language family in compliance with IETF BCP 47.
EXAMPLE <lang expand=”Mittelhochdeutsch” norm=”gmh”>mhd.c/lang>
7.2.4 Associating grammatical information to an etymon
The provision of supplemental grammatical information to an etymon shall be made by means of the <gramGrp> element in the same way as for the <form> element (see 51).
7.2.5 Dating an etymon
The <date>45) element shall be used to mark up the period associated with an etymon, together with the following constraints:
— @type;
— temporal attributes (see below).
Optionally, if the precise date is not known, or the dates concern a span of time, the <date> element can be expressed without text (e.g. <date/>) and the dating information can be specified as attributes. This can be expressed by means of one or more of the following attribute pairs:
— @notBefore, @notAfter;
一@from, @to;
一@when, @precision.
7.2.6 Providing sources associated with an etymon
Bibliographic sources can be cited within an etymology or an etymon using the <bibl> element. If the bibliography contains pointers to other external sources, the reference element <ref> can be used.ISO 24613-4 pdf download.

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