HMT editions are citable


The HMT project uses IETF-standard URN notation for all scholarly citation. URNs are text strings with a specified syntax and semantics. They are independent of any specific technology, can be parsed by human readers, and are machine-actionable.

The hmt-textmodel library depends on the CITE architecture’s cite library for CtsUrn and Cite2Urn classes that you can instantiate from a string value. These classes include numerous functions for manipulating the URN objects.

Citing texts

The hmt-textmodel library uses the generic ohco2 library for two important constructs:

  1. a Corpus of texts, made from a Vector of CitableNodes.
  2. the CitableNode object, a single citable passage of text with URN and text content

Citing objects


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