Ontology Entry Format
This is the template for every regular element:
- Summarized definition goes like this
Here you write the definition and accompanying discussion of this ontology entry. This part of the text may have some examples as well as references. However, it is not expected that the examples be fully fleshed out neccesarrily.
We also like to have a list of questions that could be used as "rules of thumb" to help the reader determine if, in a certain game, there is a particular instance of the ontology entry being presented. In other words, if the reader wanted to determine for himself whether GameFoo had an example of OntologyEntryFoo, then the list of questions might help.
List of questions:
- Question 1
- Question 2
Name of game as well as a brief discussion of how this particular game has a strong example of the ontology entry.
Name of game as well as a brief discussion of how this particular game has a weak example of the ontology entry.
Relations with other elements of the Ontology
- Parent This should be a link to the parent of this entry
- child 1 These should be links to the children entries, if any
- child 2
- child N