Linguistic Modeling of Information and Markup Languages: Contributions to Language Technology by Andreas WittLinguistic Modeling of Information and Markup Languages: Contributions to Language Technology by Andreas Witt

Linguistic Modeling of Information and Markup Languages: Contributions to Language Technology

byAndreas WittEditorDieter Metzing

Paperback | May 4, 2012

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The general markup language XML has played an outstanding role in the mul- ple ways of processing electronic documents, XML being used either in the design of interface structures or as a formal framework for the representation of structure or content-related properties of documents. This book in its 13 chapters discusses aspects of XML-based linguistic information modeling combining: methodological issues, especially with respect to text-related information modeling, applicati- oriented research and issues of formal foundations. The contributions in this book are based on current research in Text Technology, Computational Linguistics and in the international domain of evolving standards for language resources. Rec- rent themes in this book are markup languages, explored from different points of view, and topics of text-related information modeling. These topics have been core areas of the research Unit "Text-technological Information Modeling" (www. te- technology. de) funded from 2002 to 2009 by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Positions developed in this book could also bene t from the presentations and discussion at the conference "Modelling Linguistic Information Resources" at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (Zentrum fur ¨ interdisziplinare ¨ Forschung, ZiF) at Bielefeld, a center for advanced studies known for its international and interdisciplinary meetings and research. The editors would like to thank the DFG and ZiF for their nancial support, the publisher, the series editors, the reviewers and those people that helped to prepare the manuscript, especially Carolin Kram, Nils Diewald, Jens Stegmann and Peter M. Fischer and last but not least, all of the authors.
Title:Linguistic Modeling of Information and Markup Languages: Contributions to Language TechnologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:266 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.07 inPublished:May 4, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400731124

ISBN - 13:9789400731127

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Table of Contents

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.

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From the reviews:"Book contains a collection of 13 articles on various aspects of modelling of linguistic data . . It is aimed at linguists, textual scholars, creators as well as consumers of electronic language resources, and in general, at any digital humanist interested in the development of annotation methods . and in modelling of text and language resources . . It should make its way on to the shelf of any researcher who wants to stay abreast with the current state of the complex field . ." (Piotr Banski, Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Vol. 27 (4), 2012)