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Subject: Clause model proposal - Peter Meyer contribution

Greetings TC members,

Attached are the following documents as my (Elkera's) contribution to the
clause model analysis being managed by Jason:

* PMeyer clause model.pdf -  main proposal document
* PMeyer example topic.xml - XML document with simple DTD and markup example
of the attachment to the Requirements.

If it is of interest to anyone, the proposal document was prepared in XML
using the superset of the proposed clause model from Elkera's Topic DTD. I
used Corel XMetaL Author v4 XML editor for authoring. If it is of interest
to anyone, I will make the full DTD and XML markup available.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Peter Meyer

Elkera Pty Limited (ACN 092 447 428) - Knowledge management
Email: pmeyer@elkera.com.au
Ph: +61 2 8440 6900 * Fax: +61 2 8440 6988
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="us-ascii"?>
<!DOCTYPE topic [
  <!ELEMENT topic (num?, title, (topic+ | item+ | block+))>
  <!ELEMENT item (num?, title?, (item | block)+)>
  <!ATTLIST item numbering.scheme CDATA #IMPLIED >
  <!ELEMENT block (text | item)+ >
  <!ELEMENT text (#PCDATA) >
  <!ELEMENT num (#PCDATA) >
  <!ELEMENT title (#PCDATA) >
<topic> <num>1.</num><title>Provisions about the specification of colours in contracts</title>

<topic><num>1.1</num><title>Spectrum colours</title>
<block><text>Here is a contrived, complex list structure using the spectrum
colours and one or two others:</text>
	<item numbering.scheme="default">
	<num>(e)</num><block><text>blue, including:</text>
		<item numbering.scheme="default">
		<num>(i)</num><block><text>pale blue,</text></block></item>
		<num>(ii)</num><block><text>dark blue,</text></block></item>
	<text>but excluding violet,</text></block></item>
	<num>(f)</num><block><text>indigo, and</text></block></item>
<text>from which all colours can be derived.</text></block></topic>

<title>CMYK colours</title>
<block><text>CMYK colours (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) are normally specified for inputs to colour
printing processes.</text></block></topic>

<num>1.3</num><title>RGB colours</title>
<num>1.3.1</num><block><text>RGB colour (red, green, blue) specifications are used for computer screen
<num>1.3.2</num><block><text>Using only these 3 colours, you can specify any colour.</text></block></item>
<num>1.3.3</num><block><text>The number of colours you can specify
depends on the colour depth available. For example:</text>
	<item numbering.scheme="default">
	<num>(a)</num><block><text>8 bit colour can render 256 colours;</text></block></item>
	<num>(b)</num><block><text>16 bit colour can render 65, 536 colours.</text></block></item>

<num>1.4</num><title>Using black and white</title>
<block><text>The number of greys depends on the available colour depth, as for other
<num>1.4.2</num><title>Black and white</title>
<block><text>This is really called monochrome. You can specify
	<item numbering.scheme="bullet">
	<num>&#x2022;</num><block><text>black, or</text></block></item>

<num>2.</num><title>Colour profiles</title>
<block><text>One thing to remember is that when working with colours, always use a colour profile that is available for your display or output device. This will ensure you achieve the most consistent results.</text></block></topic></topic> 

PMeyer clause model.pdf

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