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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The paper attempts to answer the question: Which XML standard(s) should be used for multilevel corpus annotation? Various more or less specific standards and best practices are reviewed: TEI P5, XCES, work within ISO TC 37 / SC 4, TIGER-XML and PAULA. The conclusion of the paper is that the approach with the best claim to following text encoding standards consists in 1) using TEI-conformant schemata that are 2) designed in a way compatible with other standards and data models.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20095-3_37 fatcat:dvcv3e2vk5aqhpksqpbpdcxzlq