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The SGML Implementation Guide: A Blueprint for SGML Migration

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This is the book the authors wish they had when they did their first SGML implementation! The SGML Implementation Guide gives you the tools you need to get your implementation started and provides help in every step of the process, from the business case, through data migration, to application development and training. There is also a technical appendix covering the SGML standard and what is necessary to write SGML applications. This book contains years of practical experience by the authors. The reader will get ...

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Overview

This is the book the authors wish they had when they did their first SGML implementation! The SGML Implementation Guide gives you the tools you need to get your implementation started and provides help in every step of the process, from the business case, through data migration, to application development and training. There is also a technical appendix covering the SGML standard and what is necessary to write SGML applications. This book contains years of practical experience by the authors. The reader will get up-to-speed very quickly, and will be able to build the business case and implement an SGML system in his organization.

A guide to installing, implementing and organizing a SGML publishing environment, The SGML Implementation Handbook gives readers the tools they need to get started and provides help in every area of the process--from the business case through data migration to application development and training. 40 illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642633836
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1995
  • Pages: 522
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Ch. 1 Your Publishing System is Broken! 3
Ch. 2 Evolution of Publishing Systems 21
Ch. 3 Desktop Publishing and Professional Publishing Systems 37
Ch. 4 The SGML Environment 43
Ch. 5 Document Analysis 65
Ch. 6 The SGML Application 101
Ch. 7 Implementation Planning 121
Ch. 8 Information Conversion 151
Ch. 9 SGML Data Management and Workflow 183
Ch. 10 Understanding SGML 215
Ch. 11 Building the DTD 275
Ch. 12 Tipniques and Pratfalls 301
Appendices 369
Appendix 1 / Case Study: RIA TIGRE System 371
Appendix 2 / Case Study: Kodak Technical Information Documentation 385
Appendix 3 / Case Study: Douglas Aircraft Company 391
Appendix 4 / Colophon: How this Book was Produced 401
Appendix 5 / Brian and Dale's Excellent DTD 411
Appendix 6 / Fully Commented SGML Declaration 425
Appendix 7 / Glossary of Terms and Acronyms 437
Appendix 8 / SGML Resources 445
Appendix 9 / Addresses of SGML Companies 503
Appendix 10 / Index 509
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