Consistent document engineering

@inproceedings{Scheffczyk2004ConsistentDE,
  title={Consistent document engineering},
  author={Jan Scheffczyk},
  year={2004}
}
When a group of authors collaboratively edits interrelated documents, consistency problems occur almost immediately. Current document management systems (DMSs) provide useful mechanisms such as document locking and version control, but often lack consistency management facilities. At best, consistency is “defined” via informal guidelines, which do not support automatic consistency checks. In this thesis, we complement traditional DMSs by consistency management. We propose to use formal… CONTINUE READING

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