An interface plan is an agreement between the parties to the interface regarding the expected access to “contract objects” before unloading and delivery – for example for the control of underwater calculators, umbilical cord, etc. Note that the project interface management plan is a basic project document that defines how interfaces are managed, and it is described here. Addiction is a one-for-one match: for each element (for example. B word or morph) in the sentence, there is exactly a knot in the structure of that sentence that corresponds to that element. The result of this 1:1 correspondence is that addiction grammars are grammars of words (or morphs). Only the elements and dependencies connect the elements to a structure. This situation should be compared to the structure of the sentences. The sentence structure is a one-to-one or more correspondence, which means that for each element of a set, there are one or more nodes in the structure corresponding to that element. The result of this difference is that the dependency structures are minimal compared to their counterparts in the sentence structure, as they tend to contain far fewer nodes. These structures illustrate two ways of reporting relationships of dependence and sentence structure (see below). This dependence tree is an “orderly” tree, that is, it reflects the actual order of words.
Many dependence trees move away from the linear order and focus only on the hierarchical order, i.e. they do not indicate a real string of words. This riding tree follows the conventions of the bare sentence structure (BPS), where the words themselves are used as node characters. It can be signed by both parties if an agreement is reached, but not always. The Grammar of Addiction (DG) is a class of modern grammatical theories, all based on the relationship of dependence (unlike the constituency relationship of the sentence structure) and which can be attributed primarily to the work of Lucien Tesniére. Addiction is the idea that language units, such as words. B, are connected by directed connections. The verb (finished) is considered the structural center of the clause structure.
All other syntactic units (words) are directly or indirectly related to the verb with respect to directed links called dependencies. DGs differ from phraseograms because of the absence of phrasing nodes in the general directions, although they recognize sentences. An addiction structure is determined by the relationship between a word (a head) and its dependents.