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Subject: List of abbreviations for ids

Dear all, 

I am trying to coalesce the final list of abbreviations to specify in the ids. Veronique prepared a full list of proposed abbreviations (attached), but after the discussion we had on the tele-conf I feel more confident creating an extremely short list of abbreviations.

The shortest list I could come to was the following: 

Abbreviation	Element name
al                alinea
art               article
att               attachment
chp               chapter
cl                clause
cmp               component
cref              componentRef
dref              documentRef
frag              fragment
para              paragraph
sec               section
subchp            subchapter
subcl             subclause
subpara           subparagraph
subsec            subsection  

In all other cases we would use the full name of the element as suggested by Daniel (which in many cases is already natural, such as p for p and div for div, or does not correspond to a big string anyway, as in the case of tome for tome, point for point, title for title, etc.)  

Am I forgetting something? can you please by today provide me with a list of 
* elements that really MUST be abbreviated, in addition to these ones, and/or 
* elements in this list whose abbreviation is really not much important, and/or
* abbreviations in this list that you do not really like much and suggestions for alternatives?

Thank you



Fabio Vitali                            Tiger got to hunt, bird got to fly,
Dept. of Computer Science        Man got to sit and wonder "Why, why, why?'
Univ. of Bologna  ITALY               Tiger got to sleep, bird got to land,
phone:  +39 051 2094872              Man got to tell himself he understand.
e-mail: fabio@cs.unibo.it         Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007), "Cat's cradle"

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