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RE: [xml-dev] The year is 2027, and we need to examine archived X ML documents from 2007 ...

Possibly yes.  We've discussed that a bit here before.  I don't want to have
the gig of encoding legal requirements though.  Tough logic to parse out by
hand.  As an aside, many domains are hard that way.  Looking at medical
codes and terminology, I get ill from the experience.  The arcane language
is hard and the system fault tree (HA!) is for an organic system where
analysis is probabilistic in many *cases*.    All too often I look back at
the marketing guys and say, "don't oversell the filters or even mention AI".


From: Stephen D. Williams [mailto:sdw@lig.net] 
True, and we haven't said anything of RDF or a similar mechanism, which is
where legal and other archived information should go.  RDFa at least.  While
you can spend a lot of time (again) building adapters that can recognize
semantic information from certain classes of documents, it would be much
better to just tag them at the source or at least be able to add it to the
source format.  Legal documents generally have a clear and clean title /
case#, but go more or less free form from there.


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