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>Emphatically yes. I'm writing a case study on an aircraft manufacturer
>the problems were very similar. They swapped a labor-intensive editorial
>operation with highly redundant documents for an SGML database approach.
>of the results of their efforts: <snipped>
When you complete the case study, would you send me a copy or tell me
when and where it will be published? This sounds very interesting and
would be great supporting information for justification to management for
similar efforts at other companies. Send an e-Mail to the address
included in my signature.
Mike Hiatt, Senior Technical Writer
mhiatt -at- intecom -dot- com
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