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Impact of Various Features on W3C Schema Design

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  • From: "CHIUSANO, Joseph" <JCHIUSANO@l...>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 11:22:26 -0500
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Impact of Various Features on W3C Schema Design
Title: Impact of Various Features on W3C Schema Design

I am currently tasked with surveying various XML standards and writing a document summarizing their impact on W3C Schema design in terms of:

    • The risk of using certain features in an XML Schema
    • How certain features impact the structure and design of an XML Schema

My research will include the following XML standards:

    • DOM (Level 1 and 2)
    • XLink
    • XPointer
    • XPath
    • XQuery
    • XInclude
    • ...and more...

I've been through the W3C standards, but none address this aspect in depth.  Does anyone know of any research that has been done in this area that I may leverage?

Kind Regards,
Joe Chiusano

  Joseph M. Chiusano
  Logistics Management Institute
  2000 Corporate Ridge
  McLean, VA 22102
  Email: jchiusano@l...
  Tel: 571.633.7722


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