An alternative version of a book title (<article-title>). The content of this element is a book title that has been translated into a language other than that of the original title.
In the book metadata, this is the title of the book being tagged.
Within a bibliographic reference (<citation>), the <trans-title> element contains the title of a cited journal article, but with the article title given in a different language from that given in the <article-title> element. For example, if an article is originally in title. In French, the <article-title> element would contain the French title, and the <trans-title> might contain, for example, the equivalent English bibliographic references, translated subtitles should be wrapped into the translated titles.
Cited, translated book titles are tagged with the <trans-source> element.
<!ELEMENT trans-title (#PCDATA %title-elements;)* >
Any combination of:
... <ref> <citation> <article-title>Quebec’s Bill 114</article-title> <trans-title xml:lang="FR">La Loi 114 du Québec</trans-title> <source>Candian Medical Association Journal</source> <trans-source>Journal de l’Association médicale canadienne</trans-source> <publisher-name>The Canadian Medical Association</publisher-name> <volume>167</volume> <issue>6</issue> <fpage>617</fpage> <lpage>625</lpage> <month>01</month> <day>02</day> <year>2001</year> <issn>0820-3946</issn> <pub-id>0002792-200209170-00001</pub-id> </citation> </ref> ...