10.3 Definition and Canon
You may have noticed that the content pane is split in two almost identical halves. One is labelled "Definition", and the other is labelled "Canon":
What are they?
So what is a "Definition" versus a "Canon"?
For example, the following would be a definition of the concept type "Man":
This is a definition and not a canon because it defines the meaning of "Man".
The following, however, would be a canon for the relation "agnt":
[Act: x_source]-agnt->[Human: y_target]
This is a canon and not a definition because it describes typical use.
super, x_source, y_target
What do the keywords "super", "x_source", and "y_target" mean?
PrevLite: 10.2 Showing contents
NextLite: 10.4 Setting the Canon
Prev: 10.2 Showing contents
Up: 10 Adding CGs
Next: 10.4 Setting the Canon