The latest issue of Markup Languages: Theory and Practice by MIT Press has been published, carrying a number of high-quality refereed technical articles. For the reader's convenience, I have prepared an annotated Table of Contents document with abstracts, excerpts, and additional references. Articles in MLTP Volume 2, Number 3 [pages 205-335] include: "Managing XML Documents in an Integrated Digital Library" [David A. Smith, Anne Mahoney, Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox]; "Meaning and Interpretation of Markup" [C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, Claus Huitfeldt, Allen Renear]; "Managing Web Relationships With Document Structures" [Michael Priestley]; "An XML Messaging Architecture for Border Management Systems" [Andy Adler, James MacLean, Alan Boate]; "Navigable Topic Maps for Overlaying Multiple Acquired Semantic Classifications" [Helka Folch, Benoît Habert, Saadi Lahlou]; "Beyond Schemas: Schema Adjuncts and the Outside World" [Scott Vorthmann, Jonathan Robie]; "Using UML to Define XML Document Types" [W. Eliot Kimber, John Heintz]; "Using Java for XML Processing: Review of Java and XML and Java and XML" [Keith W. Boone]; "Review of DocBook - The Definitive Guide" [Normand Montour]. Edited by C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen (W3C) and B. Tommie Usdin (Mulberry Technologies), Markup Languages: Theory and Practice is a "peer-reviewed journal devoted to research, development, and practical applications of text markup for computer processing, management, manipulation, and display. Specific areas of interest include: new syntaxes for generic markup languages; refinements to existing markup languages; theory of formal languages as applied to document markup; systems for mark-up; uses of markup for printing, hypertext, electronic display, content analysis, information reuse and repurposing, search and retrieval, and interchange; shared applications of markup languages; and techniques and methodologies for developing markup languages and applications of markup languages."
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