Container element for counts of a document (for example, number of tables, number of figures, number of words).
Many elements in the base Suite were created explicitly for import conversion, that is, so that the intellectual work of tagging done by publishers would not be discarded when they converted material from another tag set to this Tag Set. The count elements are a perfect example of this rationale; they are conversion elements and should only be tagged if present in the original source.
<!ELEMENT counts %counts-model; >
Expanded Content Model
(count*, fig-count?, table-count?, equation-count?, ref-count?, page-count?, word-count?)
A simple page count using (preferred) predefined element:
... <article-meta> ... <counts> <page-count count="1"/> </counts> <custom-meta-group> <custom-meta> <meta-name>crossmark</meta-name> <meta-value>2013-02-15T11:32:17</meta-value> </custom-meta> </custom-meta-group> </article-meta> ...
Predefined counts and a custom count of contributors:
... <article-meta> ... <abstract>...</abstract> <conference> <conf-date iso-8601-date="1999">1999</conf-date> <conf-name>The 27th annual ACM SI/GUCCS conference</conf-name> <conf-acronym>SIGUCCS</conf-acronym> <conf-num>27</conf-num> <conf-loc>Denver, Colorado, United States</conf-loc> <conf-sponsor>ACM, Assoc. for Computing Machinery</conf-sponsor> <conf-theme>User services conference for university and college computing service organizations</conf-theme> </conference> <counts> <count count-type="contributors" count="3"/> <fig-count count="5"/> <table-count count="3"/> <equation-count count="10"/> <ref-count count="26"/> <page-count count="6"/> <word-count count="2847"/> </counts> </article-meta> ...