Angel Luis Sierra Diaz

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WSXL (Web Services Experience Language) is a Web services centric component model for interactive Web applications, that is, for applications that provide a user experience across the Internet. WSXL is designed to achieve two main goals: enable businesses to deliver interactive Web applications through multiple distribution channels and enable new services(More)
The dominant models for inventory control of repairable items, both in the literature and in practical applications, are based on the assumption of ample repair capacity. This assumption can introduce a serious underestimation of the spare parts requirements in systems with high repair facility utilization, as is typical in industry. In this paper, we(More)
Web Services for Remote Portals (WSRP) are visual, user-facing web services centric components that plug-n-play with portals or other intermediary web applications that aggregate content or applications from different sources. They are designed to enable businesses to provide content or applications in a form that does not require any manual content-or(More)
MathML[1] is an XML representation for mathematical objects, allowing expressions to be stored in databases, transmitted between applications and operated upon by programs. MathML can be used to express mathematical content in web pages and digital libraries, and has become an accepted form for input and output of computer algebra systems. There have been(More)
  • Angel Diaz, Jon Ferraiolo, Adobe Stein Kulseth, Philippe Le Hégaret, Chris Lilley, Charles Mccathienevile +3 others
  • 2001
From the early days of the World Wide Web, Web Agents had been extended to support more types of contents. The recent developments of XML and the possibility to mix mupltiple XML Namespaces in the document reiterated the need to extend implementations and relaying on add-on softwares to accomplish tasks not supported by default in the implementation. In(More)
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