bibiography dtd?

Warren Hedley w.hedley at
Tue Nov 9 22:09:46 GMT 1999

Hi Gordon

The style of XML document you've included does not really constitute
what I would consider to be an average bibliographic reference, it
contains a lot of extra project-based information. Would you be able
to tell me where you grabbed the DTD from, so that I can get a bit
more of an idea of what it's supposed to be used for, and if there
is a part of it that is relevant to scientific referencing?


Warren Hedley
Department of Engineering Science
Auckland University
New Zealand

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