Encoding and presenting interlinear text using XML technologies
AuthorHUGHES, BADEN; BIRD, STEVEN; BOW, CATHERINE
Source TitleProceedings, Australasian Language Technology Workshop
PublisherAustralasian Language Technology Association
AffiliationArts: Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Engineering: Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsHughes, B., Bird, S., & Bow, C. (2003). Encoding and presenting interlinear text using XML technologies. In, Proceedings, Australasian Language Technology Workshop, Melbourne, Australia.
Access StatusOpen Access
Interlinear text is a common presentational format for linguistic information, and its creation and management have been greatly facilitated by the development of specialised software. In earlier work we developed a four-level mode and corresponding formal specification for interlinear text. Here we describe a suitable XML representation for the model and show how it can be rendered into a variety of convenient presentational formats. We conclude by discussing architectural extensions, and application programming interface for interlinear text, and prospects for embedding the interlinear model into existing applications.
Keywordsinterlinear text; XML encoding
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