Keywords and cross-referencing is an optimisation extension of the Abstract Factory RFC that allows for specifications to reference parts of other specifications as a means of clarification and information reuse.
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To alleviate the need for repetition in specifications, specifications allow for use of
cross-referencing as a means of encapsulating meaning and re-using existing information within another specification.
keywords: short, memorable identifiers surrounded in back-ticks (`)
cross-referencing: keyword with embedded @ indicates a reference to included keyword.
This description references
Via referencing, one can distill new information more quickly and avoid repetition.