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The iri production designates the set of IRIs [RFC3987]; IRIs are a generalization of URIs [RFC3986] and are fully compatible with URIs and URLs. The PrefixedName production designates a prefixed name. The mapping from a prefixed name to an IRI is described below. IRI references (relative or absolute IRIs) are designated by the IRIREF production, where the '' delimiters do not form part of the IRI reference. Relative IRIs match the irelative-ref reference in section 2.2 ABNF for IRI References and IRIs in [RFC3987] and are resolved to IRIs as described below.




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The BASE keyword defines the Base IRI used to resolve relative IRIs per RFC3986 section 5.1.1, "Base URI Embedded in Content". Section 5.1.2, "Base URI from the Encapsulating Entity" defines how the Base IRI may come from an encapsulating document, such as a SOAP envelope with an xml:base directive or a mime multipart document with a Content-Location header. The "Retrieval URI" identified in 5.1.3, Base "URI from the Retrieval URI", is the URL from which a particular SPARQL query was retrieved. If none of the above specifies the Base URI, the default Base URI (section 5.1.4, "Default Base URI") is used.


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If your organization applies for recognition of tax-exempt status and Rulings and Agreements determines your organization doesn't qualify for exemption, your organization will be advised of its rights to protest the determination by requesting Independent Office of Appeals consideration. Your organization must submit a statement of its views fully explaining its reasoning. The statement must be submitted within 30 days from the date of the proposed adverse determination letter and must state whether your organization wishes Independent Office of Appeals consideration.


M, a national foundation for the encouragement of the musical arts, is a publicly supported organization. George Spruce gives M a donation of $5,000 without imposing any restrictions or conditions upon the gift. M later makes a $5,000 grant to X, an organization devoted to giving public performances of chamber music. Since the grant to X is treated as being received from M, it is fully includible in the numerator of X's support fraction for the tax year of receipt.


An XSD schema is a set of components such as type definitions and element declarations. These can be used to assess the validity of well-formed element and attribute information items (as defined in [XML Infoset]), and furthermore to specify additional information about those items and their descendants. These augmentations to the information set make explicit information that was implicitly present in the original document (or in the original document and the governing schema, taken together), such as normalized and/or default values for attributes and elements and the types of element and attribute information items. The input information set is also augmented with information about the validity of the item, or about other properties described in this specification. [Definition:] We refer to the augmented infoset which results from conformant processing as defined in this specification as the post-schema-validation infoset, or PSVI. Conforming processors may provide access to some or all of the PSVI, as described in Subset of the Post-schema-validation Infoset (C.1). The mechanisms by which processors provide such access to the PSVI are neither defined nor constrained by this specification.


An element declaration is an association of a name with a type definition, either simple or complex, an (optional) default value and a (possibly empty) set of identity-constraint definitions. The association is either global or scoped to a containing complex type definition. A top-level element declaration with name 'A' is broadly comparable to a pair of DTD declarations as follows, where the associated type definition fills in the ellipses:


Element declarations contribute to validation as part of model group validation, when their defaults and type components are checked against an element information item with a matching name and namespace, and by triggering identity-constraint definition validation.


An attribute declaration is an association between a name and a simple type definition, together with occurrence information and (optionally) a default value. The association is either global, or local to its containing complex type definition. Attribute declarations contribute to validation as part of complex type definition validation, when their occurrence, defaults and type components are checked against an attribute information item with a matching name and namespace.


An attribute use plays a role similar to that of a particle, but for attribute declarations: an attribute declaration used by a complex type definition is embedded within an attribute use, which specifies whether the declaration requires or merely allows its attribute, and whether it has a default or fixed value.


[Definition:] A schema-validity assessor (or just assessor) is a processor which performs full or partial schema-validity assessment of an XML instance document, element information item, or attribute information item, with reference to a conforming schema, and provides access to the entirety of the resulting post-schema-validation infoset. The means by which an assessor provides access to the post-schema-validation infoset is implementation-defined.


In discussing the mapping from XML representations to schema components below, the value of a component property is often determined by the value of an attribute information item, one of the [attributes] of an element information item. Since schema documents are constrained by the Schema for Schema Documents (Structures) (normative) (A), there is always a simple type definition associated with any such attribute information item. [Definition:] With reference to any string, interpreted as denotingan instance of a given datatype, the term actual value denotes the value to which thelexical mapping of that datatype maps the string. In the case of attributes in schema documents, the string used as the lexical representation is normally the normalized value of the attribute. The associated datatype is, unless otherwise specified, the one identified in the declaration of the attribute, in the schema for schema documents; in some cases (e.g. the enumeration facet, or fixed and default values for elements and attributes) the associated datatype will be a more specific one, as specified in the appropriate XML mapping rules. The actual value will often be a string, but can also be an integer, a boolean, a URI reference, etc. This term is also occasionally used with respect to element or attribute information items in a document being assessed.


The value constraint property reproduces the functions of XML default and #FIXED attribute values. A variety of default specifies that the attribute is to appear unconditionally in the post-schema-validation infoset, with value and lexical form used whenever the attribute is not actually present; fixed indicates that the attribute value if present must be equal or identical to value, and if absent receives value and lexical form as for default. Note that it is values that are checked, not strings, and that the test is for either equality or identity.


[XML Infoset] distinguishes attributes with names such as xmlns or xmlns:xsl fromordinary attributes, identifying them as [namespace attributes]. Accordingly, it is unnecessary and in fact not possible forschemas to contain attribute declarations corresponding to suchnamespace declarations, see xmlns Not Allowed (3.2.6.3). No means is provided inthis specification to supply adefault value for a namespace declaration.


Attribute declarations can appear at the top level of a schema document, or within complex type definitions, either as complete (local) declarations, or by reference to top-level declarations, or within attribute group definitions. For complete declarations, top-level or local, the type attribute is used when the declaration can use a built-in or pre-declared simple type definition. Otherwise an anonymous is provided inline. When no simple type definition is referenced or provided, the default is xs:anySimpleType, which imposes no constraints at all.


Attribute information items validated by a top-level declaration must be qualified with the target namespace of that declaration. If the target namespace is absent, the item must be unqualified. Control over whether attribute information items validated by a local declaration must be similarly qualified or not is provided by the form [attribute], whose default is provided by the attributeFormDefault [attribute] on the enclosing , via its determination of target namespace.


value constraint establishes a default or fixed value for an element. If a value constraint with variety = default is present, and if the element being validated is empty, then forpurposes of calculating the [schema normalized value]and other contributions to the post-schema-validation infoset the element is treated as if value constraint.lexical form was used as the content of the element. If fixed is specified, then the element's content must either be empty, in which case fixed behaves as default, or its value must be equal or identical to value constraint.value.


Element information items validated by a top-level declaration must be qualified with thetarget namespace of that declaration.If the target namespace is absent,the item must be unqualified.Control over whether element information items validated by a local declaration must be similarly qualified or notis provided by the form [attribute], whose default is providedby the elementFormDefault [attribute] on the enclosing , via its determination of target namespace.


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