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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper features the first empirical evaluation of how users benefit from such a tight integration when creating semantically rich digital libraries. ... We therefore have developed the GoldenGATE editor, a tool that integrates NLP applications and assistance features for manual XML editing. ... When fully customized for a class of documents, NLP can automate the annotation task to a large degree. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74851-9_30 fatcat:bjq4hdpqcbe2fmlvspwbx75cgy
This paper reports our experience with the development of an automated semantic markup system named MARTT and discusses challenging issues involved. ... Newer digital formats, such as XML and RDF, accommodate semantic annotations that allow a computer to process the rich semantics on human's behalf, opening up opportunities for a wide range of innovative ... Linda Smith, and others for their constructive comments on the design and evaluation of MARTT and its utilities. ...doi:10.17161/bi.v5i0.46 fatcat:g4aqmy6eqfdnplx4iujilzfdgi
Thus, the experiment provides strong empirical evidence that the GoldenGATE Editor supports users better in semantic markup generation tasks for digitized legacy documents than a standard XML editor, such ... for XML Spy and the GoldenGATE Editor. ... to the document text. ...doi:10.5445/ir/1000025378 fatcat:sz672izvjvewxfcv6ttaamee2q