María Hallo Carrasco of National Polytechnic School, Ecuador, and Professor Dr. M. Mercedes Martínez-González and Pablo de la Fuente Redondo, both of University of Valladolid, have published Data models for version management of legislative documents, forthcoming in Journal of Information Science.
Here is the abstract:
This paper surveys the main data models used in projects including the management of changes in digital normative legislation. Models have been classified based on a set of criteria, which are also proposed in the paper. Some projects have been chosen as representative for each kind of model. The advantages and problems of each type are analysed, and future trends are identified.
The legislative metadata models discussed in the paper include:
- AKOMA NTOSO
- CEN Metalex
- ESTRELLA General XML format(s) for legal Sources
- Legislative Documents in XML at the United States House of Representatives
- Norme in Rete
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