<index-base> element allows indexing extensions to be added by
specializing this element.
<index-base> element can only exist as a child of an
<indexterm> element. This characteristic makes it the appropriate
element to specialize to add indexing extensions. For example, the
<index-sort-as> elements only make
sense as children of
<indexterm> and so are specializations of
<index-base>. Those elements are all part of the indexing domain.
On its own,
<index-base> has no meaning. Processors should ignore this
element and its content if encountered in its unspecialized form.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
<index-see-also> element is specialized from
<index-base>; see index-see-also for an example
can be used with specialization.
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