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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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Extensible HTML (XHTML): The WWW Consortium (W3C), seeking to expand the use of XML without making existing HTML elements obsolete, recommended the XHTML 1.0 specification as a bridge between the two language environments. The specification is designed to allow developers to create Web pages that combine the data structuring of XML and the presentation of HTML. XHTML 1.0 was created by rewriting HTML 4 as an XML application, creating a specification that will work with HTML browsers and leverage XML's device-independent access capabilities. Developers already writing HTML 4 documents should have a smooth transition to XHMTL 1.0. XHTML will simplify the Web development process by obviating the need for developing multiple versions of a single Web site based on the type of device upon which the site will run. XHTML is the immediate link between the two standards, allowing developers to program their Web Sites without having to go through and strip out everything and reprogram what they already have in order to take advantage of XML. THE WORLD WIDE Web Consortium (W3C), seeking to expand the use of XML without making existing HTML elements obsolete, recommended the XHTML (Extensible HTML) 1.0 specification as a bridge between the two language environments.

The specification is designed to allow developers to create Web pages that combine the data structuring of XML and the presentation of HTML.

XHTML 1.0 was created by rewriting HTML 4 as an XML application, creating a specification that will work with HTML browsers and leverage XML's device-independent access capabilities.

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Developers already writing HTML 4 documents should have a smooth transition to XHMTL 1.0, said Janet Daly, a spokesperson for the W3C, adding that the W3C provides tools to convert HTML 4 documents into XHTML.

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XHTML will simplify the Web development process by obviating the need for developing multiple versions of a single Web site based on the type of device upon which the site will run, ZOT Group's Khudairi added.

"[XHTML] is the immediate link between the two standards, allowing developers to program their Web Sites without having to go through and strip out everything and reprogram what they already have in order to take advantage of XML," Khudairi said.

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Pages developed in XHTML 1.0 instead of the current HTML 4.0 can be processed by standard XML tools without becoming completely useless to older HTML only technologies. W3C has targeted XHTML as a chief migration tool for bringing the vast archives of HTML documents into the XML world; pages developed in XHTML 1.0 instead of the current HTML 4.0 can be processed by standard XML tools without becoming completely useless to older HTML-only technologies.
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- Resource Definition Format (RDF) is the XML application for Metadata under development by the W3C to address areas such as better search engine capabilities and cataloging content. RDF will establish the syntax for how different tags relate to Web pages and to one another. Users or groups will be able to name the tags and decide the collections of tags to use. The Dublin Core, an RDF standard under development by the library community, consists of 15 tags that give basic information about electronic documents.

- Meta Content Framework (MCF) is Netscape's application for XML based on RDF for processing metadata. MCF will represent meta information about content that includes Web pages, desktop files, gopher and FTP files, e-mail, and structured databases.

RDF (Resource Definition Format). The XML application for Metadata under development by the W3C to address areas such as better search engine capabilities and cataloging content. RDF will establish the syntax for how different tags relate to Web pages and to one another. Users or groups will be able to name the tags and decide the collections of tags to use. The Dublin Core, an RDF standard under development by the library community, consists of 15 tags that give basic information about electronic documents.

MCF (Meta Content Framework). Netscape's application for XML based on RDF for processing metadata. MCF will represent meta information about content that includes Web pages, desktop files, gopher and FTP files, e-mail, and structured databases.

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