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Development of the Atomic and Molecular Data Markup Language for Internet Data Exchange

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Author(s)

Y Ralchenko, R Clark, D Humbert, David R. Schultz, T Kato, Y J. Rhee

Abstract

Accelerated development of the Internet technologies, including those relevant to the atomic and molecular physics, poses new requirements for the proper communication between computers, users and applications. To this end, a new standard for atomic and molecular data exchange that would reflect the recent achievements in this field becomes a necessity. We report here on development of the Atomic and Molecular Data Markup Language (AMDML) which is based on eXtensible Markup Language (XML). The present version of the AMDML Schema covers atomic spectroscopic data as well as the electron-impact collisions.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Keywords

atomic data, data exchange, extensible markup language, Internet

Citation

Ralchenko, Y. , Clark, R. , Humbert, D. , Schultz, D. , Kato, T. and Rhee, Y. (2008), Development of the Atomic and Molecular Data Markup Language for Internet Data Exchange, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008