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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0908LinguisticMarkup" by GoutamSaha

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Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2005 19:45:48 -0000
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http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0908LinguisticMarkup


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  '''XML Schema authors should prefer to use attributes for metadata information because of
  their better flexibility and portability.''' XML content- authors ''having school level
  language grammar knowledge''' will not find any difficulty in marking up such language
- specific information. '''It is not mendatory for an author to add finer classified 
+ specific information. '''It is not mandatory for an author to add finer classified 
  metadata''' at all. He/she has to add metadata at some parts of his/her content which are
  exceptionally special with respect to his/her source language aspects. 
+ In this proposed approach, we need to develop the 1st XML schema that specifies various categories on content domain. The 2nd XML schema is to specify various categories on sentences and the 3rd XML schema specifies various word-level categories (Parts-of-Speech etc).
  
- For example: for the '''Phrases_Idioms "cats and dogs" in english''' we can markup as
+ For example: for the '''Phrases_Idioms "cats and dogs" in english,''' we can markup as
  
  {{{
  <!-- Markup for Phrases and Idioms -->
@@ -74, +75 @@

            we can markup as
  
  {{{
- <!-- Markup for phrases and idioma -->
+ <!-- Markup for phrases and idioms -->
  
  <sentence_cat name="phrases_idioms" meaning="rarely visible">
  
@@ -381, +382 @@

  '''Punctuation:'''
  (a) ''Comma:'' ,  (b) ''Sentence Final:'' . ! ? |  (c) ''Quote:'' ' "
  (d) ''Left Parenthesis:'' ( [ { <  (e) ''Right Parenthesis:'' ) ] } >
- (f) Mid-Sentence Pinctuation:'' : ; -  (g) ''Others:'' + - % ^ & * / \ @ $
+ (f) Mid-Sentence Punctuation:'' : ; -  (g) ''Others:'' + - % ^ & * / \ @ $
  
  
  '''These markups are also useful for a content author to add ''disambiguation'' related metadata information in order to disambiguate a text / PCDATA in between "<" and ">"  from element tags''' . For an example, for the text say: ''Readers may refer to work in <Saha2005> for more information''. 
@@ -504, +505 @@

  }}}
  
  
- We often see that an '''image''' (along with an embedded '''Tooltip text''')  is inserted 
+ We often see that an '''image''' (along with an embedded '''ToolTip text''')  is inserted 
- in a sentence. We intend to translate the sentence as well as the '''tooltip text.''' 
+ in a sentence. We intend to translate the sentence as well as the '''ToolTip text.''' 
  We may use the following markup.
  
  {{{
  
- <!-- Word-Level Markup for Tooltip text word embedded inside an Image -->
+ <!-- Word-Level Markup for ToolTip text word embedded inside an Image -->
   
  <para> Click here
  
@@ -592, +593 @@

  <pos_cat name="noun" type="proper" meaning="person_first_wifename">
  
   Rodger Ami
+ 
+ </pos_cat>
+ 
+ <!-- a typical example of  a person's name (a modern convention). Here, first name stands for the
+ 
+  given name of a person and the second one for her husband -->
+ 
+ <pos_cat name="noun" type="proper" meaning="person_first_husbandname">
+ 
+   Ami Rodger
  
  </pos_cat>
  
@@ -700, +711 @@

  }}}
  
  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.''' 
+ 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 -->
+ <!-- Sentence-Level Markup for ToolTip text sentence embedded inside an Image -->
   
  <para> Click here
  
@@ -756, +767 @@

  </sentence_cat>
  
  
- An example on Markup for Javascript Tooltips Text.
+ An example on Markup for Javascript ToolTips Text.
  
  <sentence_cat name="scripttitle_value">
  
- <!-- Markup for Javascript Tooltips text on events like ONMOUSEOVER -->
+ <!-- Markup for Javascript ToolTips text on events like ONMOUSEOVER -->
  
  <A HREF="/tips/page2.asp" 
  
@@ -822, +833 @@

     processes to keep context markups when I18N & L10N developers 
     use this scheme for both source and target text.     
   
+    -  ======
-    - Develop the 1st xml schema that contains various categories on
-    content domain,
-    - Develop the 2nd xml schema that contains various categories on 
-    sentences.
-    - Develop 3rd xml schema that contains various Parts-of-Speech 
-    categories on words.
- 
-  ======
     
   The Importance of the 3-tier generalized schema:
  
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