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An important contribution to the development of the new field of Annotation Science
Fully covers all significant trends, including: multi-layered markup, markup languages and language resources, markup and text types, hypertext, formalization, standards, theoretical formalisms and applications
Presents results from international research projects in text technology, computational linguistics, hypertext modeling, standards and tools for language resources
This book addresses the interests of a large community of researchers in the fields of XML-based annotation techniques and corpus-based language technology. It covers the most significant recent developments in this field, from multi-layered mark-up and standards to theoretical formalisms to applications. The contributions are based on research projects at international level in text technology, computational linguistics, hypertext modeling and in the domain of standards and tools for language resources. Core topics are: strategies for multi-layered document modeling and processing, mark-up at different levels for textual resources, and text-technological information modeling.
The sections of the book offer an exhaustive coverage of many of the current topics in the fields concerned, especially: Multi-layered Markup; Markup Languages and Language Resources; Markup and Text Types; Markup Languages and Hypertext; Markup and Formalization.
The book may be seen as a contribution to very ambitious goals, connected to the development of an ‘Annotation Science’ (a term recently coined by Nancy Ide), for example the interoperability of different types of linguistic and textual resources, of corpora and processing tools, as well as the development of methods and annotation techniques applicable to multiple modalities and languages.
Different Views on Markup, Distinguishing Levels and Layers, by Daniela Goeke, Harald Lüngen, Dieter Metzing, Maik Stührenberg and Andreas Witt.-
Another Extension of the Stylesheet Metaphor, Thomas Schmidt.-
An OWL-DL Implementation of GOLD, Scott Farrar and D. Terence Langendoen.-
Markup Languages and Internationalization, Felix Sasaki.-
Identifying Logical Structure and Content Structure in Loosely-Structured Documents, Manfred Stede and Arthit Suriyawongkul.-
Discourse Relations and Document Structure, Harald Lungen, Maja Bärenfänger, Mirco Hilbert, Henning Lobin and Csilla Puskás.-
Multilevel Annotation for Information Extraction, Jin-Dong Kim, Tomoko Ohta and Jun’ichi Tsujii.-
Hypertext Types and Markup Languages, Georg Rehm.-
Representation Formats and Models for Lexicons, Thorsten Trippel.-
HTTL – Hypertext Transformation Language, Eva Anna Lenz.-
Mark-up Driven Strategies for Text-to-Hypertext Conversion, Angelika Storrer.-
Structure Formation in the Web, Alexander Mehler.-
Regular Query Techniques for XML-Documents, Stephan Kepser, Uwe Mönnich and Frank Morawietz.