Inside XML DTDs

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The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is today's most exciting new format for transferring data across the World Wide Web and other networks.. "Focusing on the nuts and bolts of XML, Inside XML DTDs is the first and only complete guide to creating, using, and updating document type definitions (DTDs), which provide a layer of additional power on top of the document structures built into XML and enable documents to share large chunks of information.. "Included is a value-packed CD-ROM containing DTDs discussed in ...
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Overview

The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is today's most exciting new format for transferring data across the World Wide Web and other networks.. "Focusing on the nuts and bolts of XML, Inside XML DTDs is the first and only complete guide to creating, using, and updating document type definitions (DTDs), which provide a layer of additional power on top of the document structures built into XML and enable documents to share large chunks of information.. "Included is a value-packed CD-ROM containing DTDs discussed in the book, sample documents, and browsers.
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A guide to creating, using, and updating document type definitions (DTDs), which provide a layer of additional power on top of the document structures built into XML and enable documents to share large chunks of information. Written by a consultant and a programmer, the guide covers both general DTDs and the technically specific MathML, Chemical Markup Language, and Bioinformatic Sequence Language. The CD-ROM contains DTDs discussed in the book, sample documents, and browsers. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071346214
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 466
  • Product dimensions: 7.37 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.32 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Chapter Technology, Science, and Information 1
Ch. 2 Chapter XML: What and Why 17
Ch. 3 Chapter XML Document Syntax: Fundamental XML Structures 25
Ch. 4 Chapter XML Extras: Processing Instructions, Namespaces, and More 45
Ch. 5 Chapter DTDs I: Describing Document Content 57
Ch. 6 Chapter DTDs II: Describing Document Structures 75
Ch. 7 Chapter Sophisticated XML: Tricks and Traps 103
Ch. 8 Chapter Linking Information with XLink and XPointer 111
Ch. 9 Chapter Supporting Standards: Styles, Transport, Object Models, and APIs 137
Ch. 10 Chapter MathML 157
Ch. 11 Chapter Tools for Using MathML 195
Ch. 12 Chapter Organizing Information: RDF and Dublin Core 207
Ch. 13 Chapter Creating Dictionaries: The Virtual Hyperglossary (VHGTM) 229
Ch. 14 Chapter Marking Up Molecules: Chemical Markup Language 239
Ch. 15 Chapter Markup for Biology: BioML and BSML 255
Ch. 16 Chapter Weather Observation Markup Format 287
Ch. 17 Chapter Markup for Astronomy: AML and AIML 299
Ch. 18 Chapter Graphics Markup Languages 325
Ch. 19 Chapter Other Developments in XML 341
Ch. 20 Chapter Building Your Own ML 349
Ch. 21 Chapter Tools for Networked Applications 359
Ch. 22 Chapter Building XML Processing Applications with Perl 373
Ch. 23 Chapter Building XML Processing Applications with Java 415
Ch. 24 Chapter XML, Documents, and Data: Moving Beyond the Foundations 429
App. A 437
Index 455
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