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GML: A portable Graph File Format

@inproceedings{Himsolt2010GMLAP,
  title={GML: A portable Graph File Format},
  author={Michael Himsolt},
  year={2010}
}
GML, the G>raph Modelling Language, is our proposal for a portable file format for graphs. GML's key features are portability, simple syntax, extensibility and flexibility. A GML file consists of a hierarchical key-value lists. Graphs can be annotated with arbitrary data structures. The idea for a common file format was born at the GD'95; this proposal is the outcome of many discussions. GML is the standard file format in the Graphlet graph editor system. It has been overtaken and adapted by… 

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