Freestyle Markup Language

Specification of an intuitive, powerful, polyhierarchical new extensible markup language

Denis Pondorf

IT-Freelancer and PhD student

Hamburg, Germany

Andreas Witt

Senior Researcher

Institute for the German Language (IDS), Mannheim, Germany

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Freestyle Markup Language

Specification of an intuitive, powerful, polyhierarchical new extensible markup language

Balisage: The Markup Conference 2010
August 3 - 6, 2010

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Author's keywords for this paper: freestyle; markup; language; crossover; concurring; overlapping; polyhierarchical; multi-hierarchical; multiple annotations; multiple perspectives; specification