Text encoding initiative : background and contexts

edited by Nancy Ide and Jean Véronis

The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange are the result of over six years' work by dozens of scholars from all over the world. As such, they represent a pioneer effort in an area where only occasional and isolated attempts were made before. They will certainly serve as the primary basis for encoding texts in electronic form for the foreseeable future. The work of participants in the TEI not only involved consideration of problems of text encoding that are likely to be with us for decades to come, but also required the development of a methodology - from scratch - for approaching these problems. These pioneering efforts, while likely to be refined and extended, must not be lost: they provide the intellectual basis upon which text encoding practices will build in the future. This collection therefore documents the course of these efforts. 'The TEI Guidelines are extraordinary. Even if they were never adopted they would stand as a significant contribution to scholarship for their detailed analysis of the information sets of a huge range of complex text types.' From the Preface by Charles E. Goldfarb, inventor of the Standard Generalized Markup Language.

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The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange are the result of over six years' work by dozens of scholars from all over the world. As such, they represent a pioneer effort in an area where only occasional and isolated attempts were made before. They will certainly serve as the primary basis for encoding texts in electronic form for the foreseeable future. The work of participants in the TEI not only involved consideration of problems of text encoding that are likely to be with us for decades to come, but also required the development of a methodology - from scratch - for approaching these problems. These pioneering efforts, while likely to be refined and extended, must not be lost: they provide the intellectual basis upon which text encoding practices will build in the future. This collection therefore documents the course of these efforts.'The TEI Guidelines are extraordinary. Even if they were never adopted they would stand as a significant contribution to scholarship for their detailed analysis of the information sets of a huge range of complex text types.' - From the Preface by Charles E. Goldfarb, inventor of the Standard Generalized Markup Language.

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[目次]

  • Preface
  • C. Goldfarb. Introduction
  • N. Ide, J. Veronis. Part I: General Topics. The text encoding initiative: its history, goals, and future development
  • N. Ide, C.M. Sperberg-McQueen. The design of the TEI encoding scheme
  • C.M. Sperberg-McQueen, L. Burnard. What is SGML and how does it help? L. Burnard. Part II: Document-wide encoding issues. Character representation
  • H. Gaylord. The TEI header and the documentation of electronic texts
  • R. Giordano. Practical considerations in the use of TEI headers in large corpora
  • D. Dunlop. Part III: Encoding specific text types. Encoding verse texts
  • D. Chisholm, D. Robey. The show must go on: problems of tagging performance texts
  • J. Lavagnino, E. Mylonas. Textual criticism
  • R. Cover, P. Robinson. Speaking with one voice: encoding standards and the prospects for an integrated approach to computing in history
  • D. Greenstein, L. Burnard. The encoding of spoken texts
  • S. Johansson. E-TIF: an electronic terminology interchange format
  • A. Melby. Encoding dictionaries
  • N. Ide, J. Veronis. Part IV: Special encoding mechanisms. The TEI hypertext guidelines
  • S.J. DeRose, D. Durand. Rationale for the TEI recommendations for feature-structure markup
  • O.T. Langendoen, G.F. Simons. Hierarchical encoding of text: technical problems and SGML solutions
  • D. Barnard, et al.

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[目次]

  • Preface
  • C. Goldfarb. Introduction
  • N. Ide, J. Veronis. Part I: General Topics. The text encoding initiative: its history, goals, and future development
  • N. Ide, C.M. Sperberg-McQueen. The design of the TEI encoding scheme
  • C.M. Sperberg-McQueen, L. Burnard. What is SGML and how does it help? L. Burnard. Part II: Document-wide encoding issues. Character representation
  • H. Gaylord. The TEI header and the documentation of electronic texts
  • R. Giordano. Practical considerations in the use of TEI headers in large corpora
  • D. Dunlop. Part III: Encoding specific text types. Encoding verse texts
  • D. Chisholm, D. Robey. The show must go on: problems of tagging performance texts
  • J. Lavagnino, E. Mylonas. Textual criticism
  • R. Cover, P. Robinson. Speaking with one voice: encoding standards and the prospects for an integrated approach to computing in history
  • D. Greenstein, L. Burnard. The encoding of spoken texts
  • S. Johansson. E-TIF: an electronic terminology interchange format
  • A. Melby. Encoding dictionaries
  • N. Ide, J. Veronis. Part IV: Special encoding mechanisms. The TEI hypertext guidelines
  • S.J. DeRose, D. Durand. Rationale for the TEI recommendations for feature-structure markup
  • O.T. Langendoen, G.F. Simons. Hierarchical encoding of text: technical problems and SGML solutions
  • D. Barnard, et al.

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書名 Text encoding initiative : background and contexts
著作者等 Ide, Nancy M.
Véronis, Jean
Veronis Jean
Ide Nancy
出版元 Kluwer Academic Publishers
刊行年月 c1995
版表示 Reprinted from COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES 29:1-3, 1995
ページ数 242 p.
大きさ 27 cm
ISBN 0792337042
0792336895
NCID BA26637426
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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