<time-stamp> Time Stamp For Cited Work (deprecated)
Used to record any time stamp that was found on a cited resource when it was examined
This element comes from an older version of JATS and is now deprecated in JATS; therefor, NISO STS users should avoid using it; use <date-in-citation> to record time and date information for citation.
The <time-stamp> element has been replaced by the element <date-in-citation> with a @content-type attribute with a value of “time-stamp”. Such a <date-in-citation> element can be used to record any time stamp that was found on the cited resource when it was examined, for resources such as databases that may use a time signature to identify different versions.
Models and Context
May be contained in
Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more
<!ELEMENT time-stamp (#PCDATA %time-stamp-elements;)* >
Expanded Content Model