Fig. 1 shows the user interface for creating a contextual rule. The rule shown is intended to eliminate [the?] reference section from the Wikipedia articles.
Do I need the before Wikipedia? Do I need it before reference? What if I write it as "reference" in quotation?
Here are other example:
In this interface, “References” is the name of the rule
In this rule, if the node’s tag is “H1” or “H2”, the algorithm updates the curPart value to “heading” and the curTitle to the text extracted from the node (exText). We used the extracted text instead of the inner text because the node may contain some noise elements that must be excluded (e.g. the "Edit" link in the headings of Wikipedia articles)
Finally, CR3 states if the curTitle is “References”, then the current node must be excluded from the extracted content (References section).
Italic names and names in quotations are some proper names or names I devised for some variables, but I am not sure which needs "the" and which doesn't. What is the rule?