activity 13.2 : Tree XML

Description: 

Draw a tree for the following XML files:

1-

<person>

<name>
<first_name>Alan</first_name>
<last_name>Turing</last_name>
</name>
<profession>computer scientist</profession>
<profession>mathematician</profession>
<profession>cryptographer</profession>
</person>

2-

<biography>

<name>
<first_name>Alan</first_name>
<last_name>Turing</last_name>
</name>
was one of the first people to truly deserve the name 

<emphasize>computer scientist</emphasize>
. Although his contributions 
to the field are too numerous to list, his best-known are the 
eponymous 
<emphasize>Turing Test</emphasize>
and 

<emphasize>Turing Machine</emphasize>




<definition>
The 
<term>Turing Test</term>
is to this day the standard
test for determining whether a computer is truly intelligent. This 
test has yet to be passed. 
</definition>

<definition>
The 
<term>Turing Machine</term>
is an abstract finite
state automaton that can be proven equivalent to any other
finite state automaton. Thus what is true for a Turing machine is
true for all equivalent machines no matter how implemented. 

</definition>

<name>
<last_name>Turing</last_name>
</name>
was also an accomplished 

<profession>mathematician</profession>
and

<profession>cryptographer</profession>
. His assistance 
was crucial in helping the Allies decode the German Enigma
machine. He committed suicide on 

<date>
<month>June</month>
<day>7</day>

<year>1954</year>
</date>
after being 
convicted of homosexuality and forced to take female 
hormone injections.
</biography>