Our first point is that layout must be seen as a combination of lexicosyntactic and visual features, which we call "formatting", rather than restricted to visual features. The article lays down the theoretical bases for a model of text architecture making explicit the relations between discursive and visual formulations. The corpus-based study of enumerations, which considers standard and nonstandard forms, enables us to put the architecture model to the test. We identify major markers (typographical, layout, lexico-syntactic markers), and arrive at fine-grained characterization and a classification of enumerations. As regards text organization, we show that in order to arrive at a complete and precise representation, we need to articulate and integrate the two models used: the architecture model and RST. In this paper, we present a linguistic approach to some parameters of layout. We will however refer to "formatting", rather than layout, as the relations between syntactic, typographic and layout features are central to our outlook (see section 1).
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