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Selected Readings on Information Technology Management
Effectively managing documents is a strategic requirement for every organization. Available document management systems (DMSs) often lack effective functions for automatic document management. One reason is that relevant information frequently is conveyed by unstructured documents, whose content cannot be easily accessed and processed by applications. This article proposes a metadata model, the DMSML (Document Management and Sharing Markup Language) to enable and to ease unstructured documentdoi:10.4018/978-1-60566-092-9.ch014 fatcat:63huam7rqnemnjjnrrmj7tldve