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DITA - Getting Started

by Christian Kravogel, SeicoDyne GmbH, and Boris Horner, Dr.-Ing. Boris Horner

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An XML Architecture for Technical Documentation: The Darwin Information Typing Architecture

by Don Day, Erik Hennum, John Hunt, Michael Priestley, David Schell, Nancy Harrison

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DITA - The mechanics of a single sourcing project

by France Baril, Documentation Architect; Ixiasoft 

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The Darwin Information Typing Architecture: Avoiding Proprietary Lock-in

by Kay Ethier, Bright Path Solutions and Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler

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Introduction to DITA: A Basic User Guide to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture

By Jennifer Linton and Kylene Bruski, Comtech Services, Inc., March, 2006.

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