Constraints can be classified into two categories: Weak and strong. This classification
determines whether processors enforce strict compatibility during
By default, constraints are weak unless they are explicitly designated as strong.
Any constraint declaration can designate a constraint as strong. A constraint can be designated as strong by prefixing the letter "s" to the domains attribute contribution, for example, "s(topic task strictTaskbody-c)". Processors also can be configured to treat all constraints as strong.
The following behavior is expected of processors:
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