Measurements

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This section includes examples for two types of measurements commonly included in epigraphic editions:

NOTE: it is assumed unless a value is given for unit, that measurements of type length are given in metres.

Monuments, matrices, etc.

Traditional typographic representation

  1. [1.15 x 0.76 x 0.285]
  2. [c. 1.2 x c. 0.75 x c. 0.3]

Regular Expression Test

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EpiDoc Encoding

  1. [<measure type="length" dim="height" value="1.15" unit="metre">1.15</measure> × <measure type="length" dim="width" value="0.76" unit="metre">0.76</measure> × <measure type="length" dim="depth" value="0.285" unit="metre">0.285</measure>]
  2. [<measure type="length" dim="height" value="1.15" precision="circa" unit="metre">1.2</measure> × <measure type="length" dim="width" value="0.76" unit="metre" precision="circa">0.75</measure> × <measure type="length" dim="depth" value="0.285" unit="metre" precision="circa">0.3</measure>]

EpiDoc appearance with standard XSLT

  1. [1.15 × 0.76 × 0.285]
  2. [ c. 1.2 × c. 0.75 × c. 0.3]

Letter heights, etc.

Traditional typographic representation

  1. 0.025

Regular Expression Test

  • blah

EpiDoc Encoding

  1. <measure type="length" dim="height" value="0.025" unit="metre">0.025</measure>

EpiDoc appearance with standard XSLT

  1. 0.025

Questions and issues

Responsibility for this section

CVS Information

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Revision date: $Date: 2006/04/18 21:19:01 $

Revision committed by: $Author: paregorios $