Semantic features of the markup languages family

R.S. Aliev, A.A. Copiy

Abstract


Markup languages allow creation of a flexible form for information representation. They make it possible to display information in a form convenient for a human and are actively used in all spheres of life. Although the main tasks of these languages are to structure representation of information and to facilitate its perception, the markup languages have a number of problems that make them difficult to be perceived by both a human and software. This work deals with problems typical for modern representation of the markup language family as well as with existing methods of their solution. Based on our research, we offer advanced methods as a background for a new original approach to information representation to be proposed and analyzed. 


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