A journal article; the top-level element (document element) of the Article Authoring Tag Set, which contains all the metadata and content for the article
This element can be used to describe not only typical journal articles (research articles) but also much of the non-article content within a journal, such as book and product reviews, editorials, commentaries, and news summaries.
A journal article <article> may be divided into three parts:
<!ELEMENT article %article-short-model; >
(front, body, back?)
The following, in order:
<article> <front> <article-meta> <title-group> <article-title>Systematic review of day hospital care for elderly people</article-title> </title-group> <contrib-group> <contrib contrib-type="author"> <name><surname>Forster</surname> <given-names>Anne</given-names></name> <role>research physiotherapist</role> <aff>Department of Health Care for the Elderly, St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford BD5 0NA</aff> <author-comment> <p>Competing interests: None declared.</p> ... </author-comment> </contrib> ... </contrib-group> <permissions> <copyright-statement>Copyright © 1999, British Medical Journal</copyright-statement> <copyright-year>1999</copyright-year> </permissions> <abstract>...</abstract> </article-meta> </front> <body>...</body> <back>...</back> </article>