I often struggle in technical articles with whether I should conjugate the verb in incomplete sentences like:
Some options are available:
- Answering: Result in opening all gates.
- Ignoring: Switch lights off after two minutes.
In the first case it could be a shortcut for "This results in ...", but in the second case there are multiple possibilities: "To switch lights ...", "This switches lights ...", "You switch lights ...".
I wonder if such form relates to a well known use of the language (which has a name), and/or if some standard rule applies.