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DocBook

Freely available information model that is defined in an XML and SGML document type definition (DTD). The DocBook structures are mainly sequential and book-like, but can be used for a broad variety of documentation content. DocBook is an open standard, which is used by many open-source projects for their documentation. It also provides semantic elements for specific purposes, such as software and hardware documentation.

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plusmeta and parson become partners

With the digital transformation and Industry 4.0, technical information must become intelligent. The software of our new partner plusmeta analyzes complex content with the help of artificial intelligence and automatically generates associated metadata and semantic structures. more ...

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Running in Escheburg

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