ABCD___ SGML: a user's guide to structured information

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International Thompson computer Press, 1995 - SGML (Document markup language) - 414 pages
You've heard about SGML but what exactly is it? Do you need to use it and how do you do that. [The book] helps you define your own answers to these questions by spelling out the initial stages of evaluation and implementation of this markup language. SGML is the leading standard for information use and reuse opening up new areas of publishing and information management to automation and efficient production.... [The book] is the first accessible book for managers and system designers. It explains how to integrate SGML into a heterogeneous information management and publishing environment using 14 case studies of groups.... Employs a nontechnical approach and easy to understand language for readers with diverse backgrounds and no special training in SGML. -Back cover.

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Contents

Understanding SGML And Where It Came From
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What Is This Stuff And How Does It Work?
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Who Buys What? Tool Types and Products
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