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SGML grammar structure

Author: Keith E Shafer
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Annual review of OCLC research, July 2002-June 1993
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Every document collection has an underlying corpus structure, which seldom has a readily available, concise expression. Without an explicit corpus structure expression, it is difficult to build or use a database of arbitrary documents. Three basic steps are needed: (1) identify the corpus structure, (2) design the database, and (3) design the interface. This report describes these steps and presents tools developed  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Keith E Shafer
OCLC Number: 56019248
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Description: pages 39-40 : illustrations
Responsibility: project manager, Keith Shafer.

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Every document collection has an underlying corpus structure, which seldom has a readily available, concise expression. Without an explicit corpus structure expression, it is difficult to build or use a database of arbitrary documents. Three basic steps are needed: (1) identify the corpus structure, (2) design the database, and (3) design the interface. This report describes these steps and presents tools developed to perform them.

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