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   JITTs: A Theory No Longer!

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Patrick Durusau and Matthew Brook O'Donnell are pleased to announce the 
posting of their paper from Extreme Markup 2002, Just-In-Time-Trees for
public viewing (http://sbl-site2.org/Extreme2002) Along with the paper, 
you will find an implementation of the JITTs approach using XSLT and the 
latest version of Saxon (7.2 or later).

This method asserts trees while processing markup. Markup that is not 
part of the asserted tree is ignored. Multiple or overlapping trees may 
be asserted about a single text. Asserted trees are valid XML trees.

Additional sample texts, implementations and papers will be posted at 
this webpage. Anyone interested in modifying an XML parser to use the 
JITTs approach, please contact the authors. Contributions of texts, 
software, comments and suggestions are welcome.


Patrick Durusau

Matthew Brook O'Donnell

Patrick Durusau
Director of Research and Development
Society of Biblical Literature


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