(correction) Matching is defined

Terry Allen tallen at sonic.net
Mon Jun 9 01:54:56 BST 1997

"Match" is defined in the Terminology section, 1.3, contrary to what
I wrote.  "A string matches a grammatical production if it
belongs to the language generated by that production."  So if
"the l g by that p" means that you expand all the tokens it
contains, and an XML document is a string, then WFness applies
to the internals of prolog.  Perhaps a clause here to deal
specifically with documents would be a good idea.


  Terry Allen    Electronic Publishing Consultant    tallen[at]sonic.net
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          T.A. at Passage Systems:  terry.allen[at]passage.com 

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