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By Rachkovskii D.A., Slipchenko S.V.

Difficulties (inherent in compound hierarchical representations) of maintaining details at the constitution of coded information and strategies of fixing them by way of "binding" of data substructures are mentioned. a kind of dispensed representations is taken into account during which info are coded by way of multidimensional binary sparse vectors. the limitations imposed on a binding approach are formulated and its implementation is supplied. a few examples of illustration of dependent info are thought of.

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7. , 1991). There have been some modest extensions to the lengths of data names and text lines, and a number of clarifications are introduced. g. e. excluded from appearing in unquoted form in an existing CIF). This will allow the clean upward migration of future CIF syntax versions to the more complex data structures permitted in a STAR File, when and if these are later required by the community. The remainder of this chapter is structured as follows. 2). 3). 4. They are also detailed in the formal specifications given at the end of the chapter.

4. They are also detailed in the formal specifications given at the end of the chapter. 6 outlines future possible ways of introducing metadata which would enable files to be linked to each other, and which would establish the nature of CIF contents within a more general framework of information storage systems. 7, reproduces in full the formal specification documents approved by COMCIFS. The term ‘Crystallographic Information File’ (CIF) refers to data and dictionary files conforming to the conventions adopted by the IUCr in 1990 and revised by the IUCr Committee for the Maintenance of the CIF Standard (COMCIFS).

A suggested division is presented. Before getting to that point, however, there are some highly machine-dependent matters that need to be resolved. There must be a clear understanding of the character set to be used, and of how files and lines begin and end. The character set will be specified in terms of printable characters and a few control characters from the 7-bit ASCII character set. In addition, we will need some means of specifying the end of a line. (41) The character set in CIF is restricted to the ASCII control characters (horizontal tab, position 09 in the ASCII character set), (newline, position 10 in the ASCII character set, also named ) and (carriage return, position 13 in the ASCII character set), and the printable characters in positions 32–126 of the ASCII character set.

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