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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0908LinguisticMarkup" by GoutamSaha

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  '''[[Felix Sasaki- Goutam, as I said before, and - sharing AZ's comment - I think this is a tremendous piece of work. Nevertheless, I share MJD view that currently we are very busy with the preparation of the first version of the ITS tag set. We do not want to stop your work on the topic of linguistic markup, but we can not take it into account in the near future. I tried to make that clear before, I hope that you understand that.''']]
  
- '''[[Goutam Saha- Excellent remarks/comments indeed. It will be nice if AZ, MJD, FS, RI,YS or anyone add and share their knowledge, at any suitable time, on this recently proposed scheme.]]'''
+ '''[[Goutam Saha- Excellent remarks/comments indeed.''' It will be nice if AZ, MJD, FS, RI,YS or anyone add and share their knowledge, at any suitable time, on this recently proposed scheme.
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+ Readers from other than W3C, may please give language specific feedback or any suggestions to '''goutam.k.saha@kolkatacdac.in, sahagk@gmail.com ]]'''
               
  {{{
  The 3-Tier XML Schema approach is useful for an XML content-author to embed a source human language specific metadata information in an XML document. This is a significant step forward toward internationalization and localization processes. An author does not need to markup every parts of his/ her document. Use such markups only at very language specific parts and thus the content does not get overweighted with extra markups.
@@ -400, +400 @@

  
  }}}
    
- There exists many kinds of date calenders, e.g., Bangla Calender (Bangabdo), English calender, Shakabdo etc. Whenever we see some date it may not be English year & date. In such cases, it is better to indicate first the kind of calender being considered and thus, we can internationalize the date. So, we may use the following markup for '''Date''' type data along with date format. 
+ There exists many kinds of date calendars, e.g., Bangla Calendar (Bangabdo), English calender, Shakabdo etc. Whenever we see some date it may not be English year & date. In such cases, it is better to indicate first the kind of calendar being considered and thus, we can internationalize the date. So, we may use the following markup for '''Date''' type data along with date format. 
  
  {{{
  
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  {{{
  
- <!-- Markup for Tooltip text embedded inside an Image -->
+ <!-- Word-Level Markup for Tooltip text word embedded inside an Image -->
   
  <para> Click here
  
@@ -594, +594 @@

  </sentence_cat>
  
  }}}
+ 
+ We often see that an '''image''' (along with an embedded '''Tooltip text sentence''')  is inserted 
+ in a sentence. We intend to translate the sentence as well as the '''tooltip text sentence.''' 
+ We may use the following markup.
+ 
+ {{{
+ 
+ <!-- Sentence-Level Markup for Tooltip text sentence embedded inside an Image -->
+  
+ <para> Click here
+ 
+ <image source="begin.jpg" alt="Begin now." />  
+ 
+ <sentence_cat name="alt_value"> Begin now. </pos_cat>
+ 
+  to play now.
+ 
+ </para>
+ 
+ }}}
+ 
  
   
  =='''Understanding Content Domain Level Markups:-'''==
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