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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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Units Markup Language (UnitsML) is a general XML-based markup language for encoding scientific units.
* Metamarkup, which provides the ability to control the definition and interpretation of markup tags, and to extend the vocabulary of derivative markup languages. Metadata, the concept of information about information, is related to this concept, if you would like to read the Coombs, Renear, and DeRose paper that the preceding definitions were taken from, you can find it online at www.oasis-open.org/cover/coombs.html#Figure1.
Later in the book, there are very long examples of markup implementation in XML, including the Chemical Markup Language (CML) and the Mathematical Markup Language (MathML).
With funding from Lexis Publishing (Charlottesville, VA), the NCSC has developed a data tag dictionary using XNL (extended markup language) for the filing of court documents.
HTML (short for HyperText Markup Language) is a set of codes that define the content and structure of web pages.
The companies hope the language, called VXML for voice extensible markup language, will get accepted as an industry standard.
XML, extensible Markup Language, is being touted by many as the "next wave" of authoring options available on the World Wide Web.
People who write programs for the Internet use Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), a language that provides the instructions for a computer to display data and graphics within a document.
The next version of Office will use a hybrid HTML/XML markup language as a "companion" file format for all suite components.
A groundswell in the library community moved to explore how SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) conformant records could be used for content designation of document types beyond bibliographic records and to find relationships between the SGML and MARC bibliographic records in library catalogs.