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Documents textuels multi structurés : un état de l'art.

Abstract : XML documents and the associated languages used for their descriptionand their manipulation (querying, transforming) have becomemore and more popular. An XML document is mainly hierarchical. Thishierarchy is captured by a tree-like structure which corresponds to onelevel of analysis (e.g logical) of the data contained in the document.But, some applications - especially in context of document-centric encoding- need to consider more than one hierarchy over the same text.We call this kind of document "textual multistructured documents". Thispaper presents a survey about their description and their manipulation.
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Emmanuel Bruno, Sylvie Calabretto, Elisabeth Murisasco. Documents textuels multi structurés : un état de l'art.. Revue I3 - Information Interaction Intelligence, Cépaduès, 2007, 1, 7. ⟨hal-01563138⟩



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