XME - Semi-automatic XML-tagging and compilation of metadata

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Abstract

With the advent of electronic publishing, processes must be modified or even recreated to produce content that can be used and distributed through various publishing channels. One essential requirement is that content components are stored and described so that they are easy to locate. This means that metadata is needed to describe the content resources. In addition to separate metadata, we can add metadata into the documents themselves by storing them in the XML format and by tagging them so that the tags characterisze the content. The drawback of tagging documents and compiling separate metadata is the additional work it demands.
Original languageEnglish
Article number7
JournalVTT Information Technology. Research News
Issue numberDecember
Publication statusPublished - 1999
MoE publication typeD1 Article in a trade journal

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XME - Semi-automatic XML-tagging and compilation of metadata. / Bäck, Asta.

In: VTT Information Technology. Research News, No. December, 7, 1999.

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