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Wissenschaftliche Dokumente mit domänenspezifischen Inhalten: Entwicklung eines allgemeinen Modells für wissenschaftliche Dokumente umgesetzt als browserbasierter Editor

Authors: Hodapp, Sven;

Wissenschaftliche Dokumente mit domänenspezifischen Inhalten: Entwicklung eines allgemeinen Modells für wissenschaftliche Dokumente umgesetzt als browserbasierter Editor

Abstract

Current word processors have deficits for creating academic writings, because they use often formal models like chemical molecules of a specific domain. But current systems don’t interact with these models, which often leads to inconsistent documents. In this work a document editor prototype was developed, which introduces domain specific document elements to enable direct usage of such models within the document. Document elements (e.g. paragraphs, figures, etc.) can represent domain specific content, such as a molecule. If one document element refers to another one, it can directly access model attributes of the other one, like the name of the molecule. The prototype proofes it’s practial benefit by four different use cases. With the help of the prototype it was possible to retrieve general theories about the inner construction of documents, it covers the areas: (meta) modelling, projectional editing, semiotics and taxonomy. It is possible to envolve this thoughts to build a open access platfom with extended authoring abilities, central for format transformations or literate programming IDE.

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