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 projects:content-annotation:relations:strt [2006/12/08 15:47]morton projects:content-annotation:relations:strt [2007/04/07 09:42] (current)morton 2007/04/07 09:42 morton 2006/12/08 15:47 morton Next revision Previous revision 2007/04/07 09:42 morton 2006/12/08 15:47 morton Line 2: Line 2: **Deﬁnition**: The expression ''(s STRT t)'' states that the temporal beginning of an event ''s'' or the beginning of the validity of a state of affairs ''s'' is determined by the second argument ''t'', which can be another situation, a moment, or a period of time. If the second argument of the expression ''(x STRT y)'' denotes a situation (i.e. ''y ∈ si''), then the temporal beginning of ''x'' is determined by the beginning of that time interval ''ty'' which is attached to the situation ''y'' (''ty'' = time interval of the validity of ''y''). In this case, the duration of ''y'' or ''ty'' must not be longer than that of situation ''x''. The relation ''STRT'' is deﬁned only in those cases where the ﬁrst argument has a certain duration. See also [[FIN]]. **Deﬁnition**: The expression ''(s STRT t)'' states that the temporal beginning of an event ''s'' or the beginning of the validity of a state of affairs ''s'' is determined by the second argument ''t'', which can be another situation, a moment, or a period of time. If the second argument of the expression ''(x STRT y)'' denotes a situation (i.e. ''y ∈ si''), then the temporal beginning of ''x'' is determined by the beginning of that time interval ''ty'' which is attached to the situation ''y'' (''ty'' = time interval of the validity of ''y''). In this case, the duration of ''y'' or ''ty'' must not be longer than that of situation ''x''. The relation ''STRT'' is deﬁned only in those cases where the ﬁrst argument has a certain duration. See also [[FIN]]. + {{projects:content-annotation:relations:strt.png|}}
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