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This chapter describes a module which may be used for the encoding of names and other phrases descriptive of persons, places, or organizations, in a manner more detailed than that possible using the elements already provided for these purposes in the Core module. In section 3. The elements provided by the present module allow the encoder to supply a detailed sub-structure for such referring strings, and to distinguish explicitly between names of persons, places, and organizations.

This module also provides elements for the representation of information about the person, place, or organization to which a given name is understood to refer and to represent the name itself, independently of its application. In simple terms, where the core module allows one simply to represent that a given piece of text is a name , this module allows one further to represent a personal name , to represent the person being named, and to represent the canonical name being used.

A similar range is provided for names of places and organizations. The main intended applications for this module are in biographical, historical, or geographical data systems such as gazetteers and biographical databases, where these are to be integrated with encoded texts. The chapter begins by discussing attributes common to many of the elements discussed in the remaining parts of the chapter Elements for encoding personal and organizational data are discussed in section Elements for the encoding of geographical data are discussed in section Finally, elements for encoding onomastic data are discussed in Most of the elements made available by this chapter share some important characteristics which are expressed by their membership in specific attribute classes.

Members of the class att.