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Architectures in an XML World

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Author(s)

Joshua Lubell

Abstract

XML[Extensible Markup Language] developers today have at their disposal a variety of tools for achieving schema reuse. An often-overlooked reuse method is the specification of architectures for creating and processing data. Experience with APEX, an architecture processing tool implemented using XSLT [Extensible Style Language Transformation], demonstrates that architectures can fulfill a role not well served by alternative approaches to reuse.
Proceedings Title
Extreme Markup Languages 2001

Keywords

APEX, architectural forms, architectures, reuse, XML, XSLT

Citation

Lubell, J. (2001), Architectures in an XML World, Extreme Markup Languages 2001 (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created June 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017