How does the Grove Paradigm work? (1)
For a given notation, the interesting aspects are named in a schema called a “property set”.
- For example, in a property set for photographs, we might say, “People's noses must be addressable. Let’s make sure all the noses become nodes in the grove that is made from photographs. We'll call such nodes 'Nose Nodes'.”
- So, it’s like writing a DTD for information that isn't in XML: you decide what’s interesting about some set of information, and you give each such thing a property name, which is like creating an element type name.