DiVAA publishing system that treats the electronic copy of a document as the "digital master" for both the electronic and print versions. The data originally entered by the document author is also used as the basis for creation, reuse and enhancement of all meta data. DiVA is developed and is maintained by the DiVA Project team by the Electronic Publishing Centre at Uppsala University Library, Sweden. The DiVA Document Format (DDF) is defined by an XML schema that supports the storage of the full text content and its metadata in a single XML file.
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