Balisage Series on Markup Technologies
Volume 9: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Quality Assurance and Quality Control in XML
International Symposium on Quality Assurance and Quality Control in XML
August 6, 2012
What is Good XML? How Can We Tell? A one-day discussion of issues relating to Quality Control and Quality Assurance in the XML environment.
XML systems and software are complex and constantly changing. XML documents are highly varied, may be large or small, and often have complex life-cycles. In this challenging environment quality is difficult to define, measure, or control, yet the justifications for using XML often include promises or implications relating to quality.
Topics at the symposium include:
- quality control issues in complex XML workflows
- quality control of schemas and vocabulary definitions
- case studies reporting on quality assurance techniques used by large archives and publishers
- how text analytics can push the boundaries of the validatable