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STRUCTURAL INFORMATION [3 records]

Record 1 2003-03-31

English

Subject field(s)
  • Information Processing (Informatics)
  • Internet and Telematics
  • Computer Programs and Programming
  • Programming Languages
CONT

A property is a piece of information about an element, for example structural information or presentation information (e.g., that it is marked as bold, its font size is 14). In XML and HTML, properties of an element include the type of the element (e.g., IMG or DL), the values of its attributes, and information associated by means of a style sheet. In a database, properties of a particular element may include values of the entry, and acceptable data types for that entry.

OBS

The English terminology on this record is standardized by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) whose role it is to establish standards relating to Internet technology. The French terminology was proposed by translators certified by the W3C and was verified by the author of this record.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Traitement de l'information (Informatique)
  • Internet et télématique
  • Programmes et programmation (Informatique)
  • Langages de programmation
CONT

Une propriété est un morceau d'information à propos d'un élément, par exemple d'information structurelle ou une information de présentation (ex., Ceci est balisé en gras, sa taille de police est 14). En XML et en HTML, les propriétés d'un élément incluent le type de l'élément (ex., IMG ou DL), les valeurs de ses attributs, et l'information associée au moyen d'une feuille de style. Dans une base de données, les propriétés d'un élément particulier peuvent inclure les valeurs d'une entrée, les types de données acceptables pour cette entrée.

OBS

La terminologie anglaise de cette fiche est normalisée par le World Wide Web Consortium (consortium W3C) dont le rôle principal est d'établir les normes reliées aux technologies Internet. La terminologie française est proposée par des traducteurs agréés par le Consortium et elle a été vérifiée par l'auteur de cette fiche.

Spanish

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Record 2 1989-06-23

English

Subject field(s)
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Continuing Education
CONT

Structural information is modeled after the representation used for ENVISION theory, including device topology and component models. In QUEST, this circuit-specific information abides by the no-function-in-structure principle, in that components cannot refer explicitly to the states of other components or the functioning of the whole device. However, the way in which state transitions in components can effect the embedding system is different.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Intelligence artificielle
  • Éducation permanente
OBS

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Spanish

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Record 3 1989-06-13

English

Subject field(s)
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Continuing Education
CONT

Structural information is modeled after the representation used for ENVISION theory, including device topology and component models. In QUEST, this circuit-specific information abides by the no-function-in-structure principle, in that components cannot refer explicitly to the states of other components or the functioning of the whole device.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Intelligence artificielle
  • Éducation permanente

Spanish

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