Subject: RE: [xsl] citation processing|
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2006 12:54:01 -0400
CrossRef, a scholarly linking service, offers a "Simple Text Query" form at:
which is an implementation of a commercial tool by Inera, who is at the cutting edge of processing unstructured citations into XML.
Cutting and pasting your example into the form doesn't return a marked-up version, but it does return a DOI link (the point of the form). Underneath it though, the tool is doing it's magic; they've been at it for years, so have worked out just about everything regarding this area, including the handling of various citation styles and the use of "fuzzy" matching.
It might be worth a look if your need is for a large volume of processing, and you can't devote time to coming up with your own solution.