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Re: [xml-dev] Updating Schematron.com site

Hi Rick,

I don't know about interesting... please excuse the prodigious self-citation here:

Andrew Sales. "The application of Schematron schemas to word-processing documents" Presented at XML London 2015, June 6-7th, 2015. doi:10.14337/XMLLondon15.Sales01.

Embellished, also with reference to Schematron Quick Fix: 
Andrew Sales. "Validating office documents in the publishing production workflow" XML Prague 2016. http://archive.xmlprague.cz/2016/files/xmlprague-2016-proceedings.pdf, pp.99-108

Includes auto-generation of Schematron:
Andrew Sales. "A journey from document to data" XML London 2016. http://xmllondon.com/2016/xmllondon-2016-proceedings.pdf, pp.71-77.

Best wishes,

On 9 November 2016 at 23:47, Gareth Oakes <goakes@gpsl.co> wrote:

Hi Rick,


Current versions of PTC Arbortext software include Schematron validation features. This is an OOTB configuration item, where you can place .sch files in the doctype “custom” folders. Arbortext will then apply the Schematron validation on top of basic DTD or Schema validation.


// Gareth Oakes

// Chief Architect, GPSL


From: Rick Jelliffe <rjelliffe@allette.com.au>
Date: Wednesday, 9 November 2016 at 22:52
To: "xml-dev@lists.xml.org" <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
Subject: [xml-dev] Updating Schematron.com site


I am refreshing the Schematron.com site.

One thing I would like to do is to put in mentions of current software or systems (proprietary or Open Source) that use Schematron or support Schematron development. If you have or use some system, please let me know and I can put a link in.   Systems that generate Schematron certainly of interest. 

Similarly, if you have any link to an academic paper or conference paper (not being merely a tutorial or introduction) that references Schematron in some interesting way  (e.g. concerning graph constraint languages) I'd like to put up some links to those.   Or practical papers, in particular where Schematron was used as the initial proof-of-concept implementation but then replaced by some  optimized hardcoded system, would be neat too.



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