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Lab Assignment 4

Bible and Strong's Lookup Using XML

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  Thus far we have been using low level files to store and retrieve our Bible information. As mentened in class, an alternative format for data and record storage involves internally labeling the data. This way the organization and meaning of the data can determined, and processed without extermally defined and documented structures, since the data is what is called "self-describing".
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XML such a self-describing format for organizing arbitrary data collections. XML stands for Extensible Markup Language, and has the following major characteristics:
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XML is a self-describing format for organizing arbitrary data collections. XML stands for Extensible Markup Language, and has the following major characteristics:
 
  • its emphasis on descriptive rather than procedural markup.
  • It is independant of specific hardward or software systems.
  • It is hierarchical - data can be described in terms of relationships, composition, and aggragation.
A basic introduction to XML is here and here.
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This lab assignments will take the following three collections of data to create a useful system for looking up verses in the Bible, getting the original language source for each word in the bible, along with it's definition, and then looking at other verses with the same original language words.
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This lab assignment will take the following three collections of data to create a useful system for looking up verses in the Bible, getting the original language source for each word in the bible, along with it's definition, and then looking at other verses with the same original language words.
 
  1. The complete King James Version (KJV) in XML with embedded original language word association.
  2. A complete lexicon, or dictionary, of Greek and Hebrew words used in the New and Old Testiments.
 
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