generic markup

generic markup

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In computerised document preparation, a method of adding information to the text indicating the logical components of a document, such as paragraphs, headers or footnotes. SGML is an example of such a system. Specific instructions for layout of the text on the page do not appear in the markup.
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Generic markup, in contrast, is designed for use with many different document types.
In contrast, generic markup using the CDA requires external enforcement of document structure and text content conventions so that document sections or data elements can be identified by content matching (see Fig.
Generic Markup in the form of eXtensible Markup Language (XML) or its parent language Standard Generalised Markup Language (SGML) is a key constituent in most Content Engineering projects.
Truly was also the leader of what was surely the first multi-site, multinational, generic markup project.
The generic markup on the advertisers' side includes virtually everything ...
This was called "generic markup." With this hierarchical model, in contrast to the state model, the pieces of marked-up text were modular and were independent of the current state of the typesetter device.

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