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New perspectives to save cultural heritage
Altan, M. Orhan

CI PA 2003 XIX th International Symposium, 30 September - 04 October, 2003, Antalya, Turkey
The following content partly explains the SVG data structure
and tags with respect to representation of architectural drawings
or maps that should be distributed via the Internet. The data
source is a DWG or DXF file converted with a conversion tool
into SVG. The focus here is on structuring the graphic, setting
attributes and linking to other references.
The SVG specification is separated into graphic elements, con
tainer elements, graphic referencing elements and text content
The file starts with the XML prologue as parsing information:

The root tag for a SVG document is . The attributes
width and height define the visible area for the document start
ing in the lower left corner of the frame. The attributes viewbox
and preserveAspectRatio define the area of the graphic scaled
to the width and height values. The concept is well known from
basic graphic programming libraries. Identification of name
space for xml is referenced by the xmlns attribute.
= "400" height="300" viewBox="0.0 0.0
1024.0 764.0"
preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMax meet">
The following tags are structure elements:

<br> <symbo!> <br> grouping of graphic elements <br> for definitions referenced later in the code <br> element description <br> labelling elements <br> grouping references <br> Continuing the above example needs the following statements: <br> <title>South Façade of Building
Converted from DWG to