Vincent Barrellon

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Multistructured (M-S) documents were introduced as an answer to the need of ever more expressive data models for scholarly annotation, as experienced in the frame of Digital Humanities. Many proposals go beyond XML, that is the gold standard for annotation, and allow the expression of multilevel, concurrent annotation. However, most of them lack support for(More)
In the frame of Digital Humanities, many collaborative scholarly publishing projects arise. Editors often give shape to those projects by designing a data structure that validates the annotated content of the edition. In practise, in the course of annotation, data structures have to be updated. Besides, they determine the expressivity of the critical(More)
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