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Number of references:2694Last update:September 30, 1999
Number of online publications:361Supported:Unknown
Most recent reference:2000 Info:Version 1.123

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Nelson H. F. Beebe <>
Center for Scientific Computing
Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
This bibliography records publications on SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and descendants, including Channel Definition Format (CDF), Chemical Markup Language (CML), HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) [used on the World-Wide Web], Mathematical Markup Language (MML), and VRML (Virtual Reality Markup/Modeling Language). CDF, HTML, MML, and XML are specific SGML Document Type Definitions conforming to the SGML grammar.
BibTeX, bibliography, Channel Definition Format (CDF), Chemical Markup Language (CML), Extensible Markup Language (XML), Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Mathematical Markup Language (MML), Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), World-Wide Web (WWW)
Author Comments:
These references have been extracted from a very large computer science bibliography collection on in /pub/bibliography to which many people of have contributed. The snapshot of this collection was taken on 5-May-1994, and it consists of 441 BibTeX files, 2,672,675 lines, 205,289 entries, and 6,375 String abbreviations, occupying 94.8MB of disk space. It was then augmented by data from the ACM Computing Archive CD ROM, the IEEE INSPEC CD ROMs (1989--Sept. 1996), and various Internet-accessible library catalogs, including the OCLC Article1st, BooksInPrint, Contents1st, ERIC, EconLit, GEOBASE, GPO, MEDLINE, PapersFirst, Proceedings, WorldCat databases, the UnCover library database, and the Compendex database.

The SGML Web Page provides a reference
collection of 1,900 documents and a annotated database of 1,600 citations. There are also current listings of public-domain and commercial SGML software and resources, academic and commercial products which use SGML, and guides to related markup languages like DSSL and XML.

There is an interesting World-Wide Web resource available for SGML at the URL
Other resources are available at

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Bibliographic Statistics

inproceedings(832), article(744), book(581), proceedings(403), misc(68), techreport(23), mastersthesis(21), manual(9), periodical(6), incollection(4), phdthesis(3)
year(3521), title(2694), acknowledgement(2692), bibdate(2691), pages(2604), author(2269), publisher(2016), address(2007), isbn(1804), keywords(1342), booktitle(1293), editor(1257), volume(1139), lccn(983), issn(973), month(859), number(801), journal(755), coden(682), series(490), affiliation(455), classification(365), thesaurus(355), url(351), abstract(279), pubcountry(270), annote(251), conflocation(248), note(228), price(220), confdate(213), day(153), sponsor(147), alttitle(134), confsponsor(122), edition(113), treatment(97), classcodes(96), language(82), corpsource(68), pageswhole(44), type(38), conftitle(35), institution(24), school(24), xxnote(22), subject(19), sponsororg(17), issue(16), affiliationaddress(15), journalabr(15), ericno(14), majordesc(14), minordesc(14), identifiers(13), countrypub(11), conference(10), lccnalt(10), meetingaddress(10), meetingdate(10), meetingdate2(10), dimensions(9), organization(9), summary(9), key(8), paperback(7), govtdocnumber(6), xxtitle(6), availability(5), stdtype(5), xxauthor(5), format(4), online(4), review(4), status(4), abstract2(3), howpublished(3), keyword(3), searchkey(3), crossref(2), in(2), location(2), standardno(2), alttitle-1(1), alttitle-2(1), annote-1(1), annote-2(1), contents(1), issuedby(1), meetingabr(1), numericalindex(1), oclcno(1), oldtitle(1), optcoden(1), optprice(1), publishersnote(1), source(1), xxisbn(1), xxpages(1), xxprice(1), xxxnote(1)

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