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JATS (journal article tag suite) tried for the 80/20
rule too. 80% of what real publishers were actually
doing, then modify as users request more or different

Whether a Tag Set is a model or just a useful vocabulary,
80/20 makes for a usable and useful one.


> On Jan 22, 2017, at 3:27 AM, Stephen D Green <stephengreenubl@gmail.com> wrote:
> The clever strategy is to invoke the 80:20 rule and aim to cover 80% of weather message requirements. When a requirement doesn't fit your schema you say it is part of the 20%. (Worked nicely with invoices and UBL.) Maybe 80:20 is a fake arbitrary split too but it works. Every model is an approximation.
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