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Standoff properties as an alternative to XML for digital historical editions

@inproceedings{Schmidt2016StandoffPA,
  title={Standoff properties as an alternative to XML for digital historical editions},
  author={D. Schmidt},
  year={2016}
}
In the past few years digital humanists have recognised that the development of tools for the collaborative creation of shareable, reusable and archivable transcriptions of historical documents is being held back by the complexity and lack of interoperability of customisable XML encoding standards. To fix this problem transcriptions must be split into their constituent parts: a plain text and individual sets of markup. The plain text is easily processable by text-analysis software or search… Expand

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