The title of a Snippet's focus web page is typically a sentence

This content is for DEMONSTRATION

Anybody who has read Thomas Mann in German knows that a sentence can be a very long entity, so this is a matter of common sense. The Parsing Analyst must use discretion. A sentence taken from an engineering document is usually a good starting point.

Sometimes the first sentence of a paragraph serves to group the others, in which case it can form a SnippetGroup with child Snippets; this "divide-and-conquer" approach is much preferred over a Snippet containing 3 or 4 sentences.

When combined with the graphical UML™ Parsing Analysis analysis, it is often surprising just how many graphical elements are required to represent some engineering sentences. This is especially true of sentences that first introduce concepts early on in a document.