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Markup Languages: Theory & Practice - Publication Information

See the overview: Markup Languages: Theory & Practice.

From Issue 1/4 (Fall 1999):
Markup Languages: Theory & Practice (ISSN 1099-6621) is published quarterly (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall) by the MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142. Subscriptions and address changes should be addressed to MIT Press Journals, Five Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142; phone: (617) 253- 2889; fax: (617) 577-1545; e-mail:

Markup Languages: Theory & Practice is abstracted/indexed in the following: ACM Computing Reviews, ACM Guide to Computing Literature, Computer Abstracts, Information Science Abstracts, and Microcomputer Abstracts.

Markup Languages: Theory & Practice is a peer-reviewed technical journal publishing papers on research, develop-ment, and practical applications of text markup for computer processing, management, manipulation, and/or display.

The scope of the journal includes:

  • Design and refinement of systems for text markup and document processing;
  • Specific text markup languages;
  • Theory of markup design and use;
  • Applications of text markup; and
  • Languages for the manipulation of marked up text.


C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, World Wide Web Consortium/MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
B. Tommie Usdin, Mulberry Technologies

Book Review Editor

Deborah A. Lapeyre, Mulberry Technologies

Advisory Board

Bill Davis, ArchiTag
Frank Gilbane, Bluebill Advisors
Charles Goldfarb, Information Management Consulting
Steven R. Newcomb, TechnoTeacher
Norman Scharpf, Graphic Communications Association
Joan M. Smith (European Advisor), SGML Technologies Group (UK)
Robin Tomlin

Editorial Board

Winfried Bader, German Bible Society (Germany)
David T. Barnard, University of Regina (Canada)
Michel Biezunski (France)
David J. Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh
Jon Bosak, Sun
Elaine Brennan, ArchiTag
Anne Brüggemann-Klein, Technische Universität München (Germany)
Lou Burnard, Oxford University (UK)
François Chahuneau, AIS (France)
David Chesnutt, University of South Carolina
James Clark
Robin Cover, Isogen
Steven J. DeRose, Inso Corporation and Brown University
David G. Durand, Boston University and Dynamic Diagrams
Chet Ensign, Matthew Bender & Company
Peter Flynn, University College Cork (Ireland)
Pamela L. Gennusa, OASIS European Representative
Paul Grosso, ArborText
Lloyd L. Harding, Information Assembly Automation
Betty L. Harvey, Electronic Commerce Connection
Susan Hockey, University of Alberta (Canada)
G. Ken Holman, Crane Softwrights (Canada)
Claus Huitfeldt, Wittgenstein Archives, University of Bergen (Norway)
Alan Karben, The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
Eve Maler, ArborText
James David Mason, SAIC
Willard McCarty, King's College London (UK)
Murray Maloney, Muzmo Communications
Murata Makoto, Fuji Xerox Information Systems (Japan)
David C. Peterson, SGMLWorks!
Daniel Pitti, University of Virginia
Lynne A. Price, Text Structure Consulting
Liam R. E. Quin, Barefoot Computing (Canada)
Darrell Raymond, Gateway Consulting Group and University of Waterloo (Canada)
Allen Renear, Brown University
Helen F. Schmierer, Brown University
Robert Streich
Eric C. Severson, IBM Global Services
Gary F. Simons, Summer Institute of Linguistics
Henry S. Thompson, University of Edinburgh (Scotland)
Brian E. Travis, ArchiTag
Stuart Weibel, OCLC Office of Research
Jason P. Williams, Oceania
Lauren Wood, SoftQuad Software (Canada)

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