By Vladimir Geroimenko PhD, DSc (auth.)
The rising Second-Generation net relies solely on XML and similar applied sciences. it really is meant to bring about the construction of the Semantic net, on which desktops could be capable of take care of the that means ("semantics") of net facts and consequently to procedure them in a more desirable and autono mous manner. This new edition of the internet introduces a mess of novel techniques, phrases, and acronyms. goal, Scope and techniques This dictionary is an attempt to specify the terminological foundation of rising XML and Semantic internet applied sciences. the final word objective of this dictionary is even broader than simply to outline the which means of newwords - itaims to advance aproper understandingofthese modern applied sciences. to accomplish this, understandable definitions of technical phrases are supported by means of a variety of diagrams and code snippets, sincerely annotated and defined. the most components lined during this dictionary are: (1) XML syntax and middle applied sciences, akin to Namespaces, Infoset and XML Schema; (2) all of the significant membersofthe XML kinfolk oftechnologies, reminiscent of XSLT, XPath and XLink; (3) a variety of XML-based domain-specific languages, resembling NewsML (News Markup Language); (4) the concept that and structure of the Semantic net; (5) key Semantic net technologies,such as RDF (Resource Description Framework), RDF Schema and OWL (Web Ontology Language); and (6) net providers, together with WSDL (Web prone Description Lan guage) and cleaning soap (Simple item entry Protocol).
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Character information item One of the 11 types of INFORMATION ITEM in the INFORMATION SET. Like all of them, it is an abstract description of a STRUCTURAL Chemical Markup Language See CHEMMLj CML. CONSTRUCT of an XML DOCUMENT. This description is intended for use in other XML-related specifications, which need to conform to the information set. There is a character information item in the information set for each character in the document's CHARACTER DATA or within a CDATA SECTION. 2. orgjTRjxml-infosetj.
DDML (Document Definition Markup Language) One of the early SCHEMA language proposals that led to the current XML SCHEMA language. dc:rights element See RIGHTS ELEMENT. Also previously known as XSchema. org/TR/ NOTE-ddml /. See also DT4DTD; SOX; XML-DATA. dc:source element See SOURCE ELEMENT. Deck See WMl. dc:subject element See SUBJECT ElEMENT. default attribute In an XML SCHEMA, the ATTRIBUTE of an ELEMENT DEClARATION or ATTRIBUTE DEClARATION that is used for specifying the DEFAULT VALUE of the ELEMENT or ATTRIBUTE.
1. EFS (Electronic Form System) An XMl-BASED MARKUP lANGUAGE for describing electronic forms and surveys. html. 1 Transforming XML into EDI. 2 The anatomy of a non-empty XML element. Electronic Commerce Modeling Language See e-GIF (electronic-Government Interoperability ECML. Framework) An XML-based framework that sets out the UK e-government's technical standards for achieving interoperability and information systems coherence across the public sector. Details of e-GIF are available at http:// Electronic Data Interchange See ED!.