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SGML

Standard Generalised Markup Language. The international standard (ISO) for specifying the structure and content of electronic documents, and identifying elements in a text document which can interpreted by other markup languages—e.g., HTML, XML, DHTML.
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XML is a pared-down version of SGML, designed especially for Web documents.
In XML search engines, two types of queries, which are content-only (CO) and content-and-structure (CAS) queries, can usually be used.
For example, retrieving just one XML document from a relational database requires multiple tables to be searched and a series of join operations to be performed.
The PTO has set up an electronic filing system that allows it to accept patents across the Internet in XML format using public-key-encryption-based digital signature technology (www.uspto.gov/ebc/index.html).
Given that the AbstractXmlDocument class knows nothing yet about the format and contents of the actual XML file on disk, the XML schema details to validate against will have to be provided by upper levels in the class hierarchy, from derived classes.
To learn more about Quark XML Author for Microsoft Word, visit http://dynamicpublishing.quark.com/xml_author.
The world's document repositories are slowly but steadily migrating towards XML. In response, vendors across the content management spectrum are enhancing their products significantly to exploit the benefits of XML.
This third edition covers all major Java XML processing libraries, including full coverage of the SAX, DOM, StAX, JDOM, and dom4j APIs, as well as the latest version of the Java API for XML Processing and Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB).
XML Schemas have been used to define metadata schemas for a number of specific domains or applications--such as METS (Library of Congress, 2003), MPEG-7 (Martinez, 2002), MPEG-21 (Bormans & Hill, 2002), and NewsML (IPTC, 2001).
XML Global Technologies Inc., an XML (eXtensible Markup Language) middleware company, and Altova Inc., the provider of XMLSPY, the world's largest XML development tool with more than 700,000 registered users, have released of XML Integration Workbench 2.0.