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Third commentary on XML and the new design regime

Third commentary on XML and the new design regime This article focuses on the distinction between the methodology and technology behind XML and the content of the information that it must convey. The author argues that XML, rather than being in an incunabula state of development, is a highly structured, controlled (by standards organizations) communication channel. The author concludes that Wilkes's model is valid for representing how labor is divided in creating XML, but that it does not explain how the norms, standards, and conventions of the technology are determined. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD) Association for Computing Machinery

Third commentary on XML and the new design regime

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Publisher
Association for Computing Machinery
Copyright
Copyright © 2002 by ACM Inc.
ISSN
1527-6805
DOI
10.1145/602364.602372
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Abstract

This article focuses on the distinction between the methodology and technology behind XML and the content of the information that it must convey. The author argues that XML, rather than being in an incunabula state of development, is a highly structured, controlled (by standards organizations) communication channel. The author concludes that Wilkes's model is valid for representing how labor is divided in creating XML, but that it does not explain how the norms, standards, and conventions of the technology are determined.

Journal

ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD)Association for Computing Machinery

Published: May 1, 2002

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