1)For a set of XML documents, create a schema definition. The XML documents represent information contained in a resume. Resumes belong to different people such as Marketing Director, Administrative Secretary, IT Consultant etc.
2)A XSLT Stylesheet should be created which renders data in resume to HTML form. Chronological order should be preserved when displaying the contents of the resume.
3)Create 3 XSLT stylesheets.
a) Extract the numbers of years a person has been in tertiary, secondary and primary education from the resume.
b) The number of years a person was employed as a full-time or part-time employee. Again, this information can be found in the resume.
c) Using mathematical formula, calculate the quality of education received by a person. Similarly, using some other heuristics determine the extent and quality of job experience gained.
4)Create an XML document, which merges the three separately created stylesheets into one single XML document along with the original XML content of the resume. In other words, for any resume, extract the number of years spent studying, calculate time spent as part-time or full-time employee, determine the quality of education received, and then all of this derived information is combined with the original content of the resume to make an Enhanced Resume. Provide a schema definition for that as well.
5)Create specialized XSD Schema Definition for a target job aimed by each resume and then try to validate if the Enhanced Resume holds true or not. For example, a Marketing Director job will list some requirements and conditions (such as age, location, salary expectation, years of experience, qualification), which a person has to meet in order to qualify for that job. Create a Schema, which lists the particular requirements for a Marketing job. Later, try to validate the Enhanced Resume against the specialized XSD Schema.
6)Write a stylesheet, which converts an XML document into an XSD Schema. The XML document will list the general requirements for each job. The purpose is to reject or accept a particular resume based on the job requirements. For each job opening, an XML document will be created, which captures the requirements of the job. Then a stylesheet will transform that XML document into a XSD Schema. That Schema will be used to verify whether to accept or reject a candidate.
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