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XML and mapping can mean SVG, see:
(see http://www.adobe.com/svg first if you haven't already got the SVG viewer installed, the Windows/Mac versions are available from a link off that page, the Linux/Solaris betas are available from http://www.adobe.com/svg/viewer/install/old.html )
Also Michel Hirtzler's site:
http://pilat.free.fr/ or
(Click on "en PHP" or "With PHP" for examples of a relational map database.  Click on "Cartographie" or "Cartography" for examples of SVG maps on the client.)
Both of the above are currently using relational back ends, but a native XML database could be used to persist SVG.
Another XML/mapping connection is GML.  See:
and the GML references at:
A presentation about GML (including some mention of persisting GML in a native XML database) is available at:
which is a link from a description of the presentation at:
Have fun :-)
-----Original Message-----
From: Nelson Marisco [mailto:nmarisco@n...]
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 4:14 PM
To: xml-dev@l...
Subject: Question

Prezado Sir
> In my doutorado work of, I have looked for to argue the use of the
> technology-XML in the implementation of graphical data base to be used
> with maps in the Web. That has an implementation possibility using a relation with
> data bases of the type Relationary and Directed-Object.
> Question
> How it sees the possibility to you of the use of the XML for
> implementation of a graphical data base? It is possible? It would have
> you some suggestion of bibliographical reference?
> Without more,
>  Yours truly
Nelson Marisco

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