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Making Elements from Arbitrary Sections: A practical application of XML Topic Maps

Paper, was published by Paul Caton and Morris Hirsch at 2001-08-12

This paper shows the extraction of an arbitrary text section as a potential of Topic Maps.

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Recent markup-related standardised technologies — XLink, XPointer, DOM Level 2, and XSL/XSLT — allow us to locate, retrieve, and transform an arbitrary section of content from an XML-encoded text and present this content to the user as a new, well-formed XML document. This ability will be especially useful for exploiting the full potential of XML topic maps.

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