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The text-encoding initiative:Part 2

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Purpose - To present a summary of the Proceedings of the 4th Annual Text-Encoding Initiative (TEI) Consortium Members' Meeting, October 2004, and an introduction to P5, the recently revised version of the TEI. Design/methodology/approach - Presents the TEI from a literature-based, chronological perspective. Findings - TEI P5 brings the text-encoding initiative better internal consistency and seamless integration with other digital library encoding standards. Practical implications - Expressed in an XML Schema language, TEI P5 facilitates greater interoperability with other metadata and markup schemata. P5 also introduces changes that directly affect encoding such as simpler linking mechanisms and easier to encode standoff annotation. Originality/value - This, the second part of a two-part column, informs digital library developers of increased flexibility and interoperability of TEI P5, the revised version of the Text Encoding Initiative.
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Keywords: Database Management Systems; Digital Libraries; Extensible Markup Language

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2005

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