KBSET - Knowledge-Based Support for Scholarly Editing and Text Processing

@inproceedings{Kittelmann2019KBSETK,
  title={KBSET - Knowledge-Based Support for Scholarly Editing and Text Processing},
  author={Jana Kittelmann and C. Wernhard},
  booktitle={DECLARE},
  year={2019}
}
  • Jana Kittelmann, C. Wernhard
  • Published in DECLARE 2019
  • Computer Science
  • KBSET supports a practical workflow for scholarly editing, based on using LaTeX with dedicated commands for semantics-oriented markup and a Prolog-implemented core system. Prolog plays there various roles: as query language and access mechanism for large Semantic Web fact bases, as data representation of structured documents and as a workflow model for advanced application tasks. The core system includes a LaTeX parser and a facility for the identification of named entities. We also sketch… CONTINUE READING
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