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Electronic government invariably involves XML and electronic law: legislation is as essential to public administration as the ball is to a ball game. This paper gives an overview of two XML standard… Continue Reading
World Wide Web authors must cope in a hypermedia environment analogous to second-generation computing languages, building and managing most hypermedia links using simple anchors and single-step… Continue Reading
It sounds good when knowing the web information systems in this website. This is one of the books that many people looking for. In the past, many people ask about this book as their favourite book to… Continue Reading
In this paper we introduce Graffoo, i.e., a graphical notation to develop OWL ontologies by means of yEd, a free editor for diagrams.
The original Web did not support multiuser, interactive applications. This shortcoming is being studied, and several approaches have been proposed to use the Web as a platform for programming… Continue Reading
In the past few years, a number of constraint languages for XML documents has been proposed. They are cumulatively called schema languages or validation languages and they comprise, among others,… Continue Reading
AKOMA NTOSO (Architecture for Knowledge-Oriented Management of African Normative Texts using Open Standards and Ontologies) is an operating framework and a set of guidelines for driving e-Parliament… Continue Reading
The availability in machine-readable form of descriptions of the structure of documents, as well as of the document discourse (e.g. the scientific discourse within scholarly articles), is crucial for… Continue Reading