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Re: Babel (again) or standard taqs and aliases (UDEF, Bizcodes)

  • From: Robin Cover <robin@i...>
  • To: KenNorth <KenNorth@e...>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 13:56:25 -0500 (CDT)

Re: Babel (again) or standard taqs and aliases (UDEF

On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, KenNorth wrote:

> Interesting article in Intelligent Enterprise -- another solution to
> avoiding the "Tower of Babel" problem.

For readers who may otherwise be unaware of this:  one of the
sections in the "XML Cover Pages" Web site is a list of current
(and past) articles/papers/presentations on XML-related topics.



So, for example, yesterday I posted a URL/abstract for the
UDEF article and several others.  I don't reference *every*
article (especially from trade journals), but I try to include
most of the high-quality, thoughtful publications.

Please let me know if you see important citations missing in this
reference collection.  Similarly for XML News, provided in:


Best wishes,

Robin Cover

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