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Design of documentation mediation system for mobile service

Proceedings 2001 International Conference on Computer Networks and Mobile Computing, 2001

In W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), many XML applications are evolving into EDI, e-commerce and mobile contents service with XML data formats so that various kinds of XML documents are expanding with great speed in the Web. To use XML documents efficiently, it needs the role of mediation between two documents to connect different document structures. In this paper, we ...


A Methodology to Represent Logical Network Topology Information

Proceedings of NOMS '94 - IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium, 1994

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Analysing spatial-temporal data based on generic GIS

The 3rd ACS/IEEE International Conference onComputer Systems and Applications, 2005., 2005

Summary form only given. Geographical data are characterized by their complexity, which has resulted in the appearance of new heterogeneous GIS formats used currently in very varied applications. In this paper, we propose to design and develop a system for the management of geo-referenced data while being based on a set of generic tools treating various GIS formats and to ...


XML after 1.0: you ain't seen nothin' yet

IEEE Internet Computing, 1999

The prevalence of XML in discussions of the Web and its application to such diverse application domains in the past year (1998-99) have almost eclipsed the fact that the 1.0 specification, approved as a W3C Recommendation in February 1998, is only the first part of the "structured documents" originally envisioned. The specifications for two more parts-hypertext link types and the ...


CodeX: an approach for debugging XSLT transformations

Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, 2003. WISE 2003., 2003

XML is now a dominant standard for storing and exchanging information. One very important activity is the transformation of XML documents into other formats, via the transformation language XSLT. XSLT provides a powerful way to perform document conversion and exchange, avoiding reliance on application specific solutions. However, XSLT is a complex language and the current level of support for debugging ...



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  • Design of documentation mediation system for mobile service

    In W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), many XML applications are evolving into EDI, e-commerce and mobile contents service with XML data formats so that various kinds of XML documents are expanding with great speed in the Web. To use XML documents efficiently, it needs the role of mediation between two documents to connect different document structures. In this paper, we define the connection rules between source and destination documents through XML schema which have XML structural information for transformation. According to the proposed connection rules, the XML mapper system are designed to generate XSL (extensible stylesheet language) stylesheet documents so that it may be useful for document translation between two different documents.

  • A Methodology to Represent Logical Network Topology Information

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  • Analysing spatial-temporal data based on generic GIS

    Summary form only given. Geographical data are characterized by their complexity, which has resulted in the appearance of new heterogeneous GIS formats used currently in very varied applications. In this paper, we propose to design and develop a system for the management of geo-referenced data while being based on a set of generic tools treating various GIS formats and to transform them into a standardized single interchange format which could be used in several applications. For realization of this system we used tools such as the GIS GRASS, the translation library GDAL/OGR, the conversion tool FME, the standard XML development environment XMLSpy. Thus, we used languages such as the modeling language UML used to model the geographical data, GML representing the storage and exchange format of geographical data, XSL which is a stylesheet language, and SVG that is a language for the 2D graphic representation of XML data. The system suggested is characterized by a modular architecture allowing fast evolution and a rather easy development.

  • XML after 1.0: you ain't seen nothin' yet

    The prevalence of XML in discussions of the Web and its application to such diverse application domains in the past year (1998-99) have almost eclipsed the fact that the 1.0 specification, approved as a W3C Recommendation in February 1998, is only the first part of the "structured documents" originally envisioned. The specifications for two more parts-hypertext link types and the stylesheet language-are nearing completion, and the W3C chartered new working groups last year (1998) to generate new members of the family.

  • CodeX: an approach for debugging XSLT transformations

    XML is now a dominant standard for storing and exchanging information. One very important activity is the transformation of XML documents into other formats, via the transformation language XSLT. XSLT provides a powerful way to perform document conversion and exchange, avoiding reliance on application specific solutions. However, XSLT is a complex language and the current level of support for debugging tools is poor. Many tools that do exist are mainly an extension of conventional techniques for imperative programs and not well- suited to the task. In this paper, we present CodeX, a debugger for XSLT and propose three debugging techniques which are particularly suited to the language. We aim to offer XSLT users a tool which is beneficial in finding errors, as well as facilitating a better understanding of the XML transformation process.

  • The culture(s) of the technical communicator

    The role of the technical communication practitioner stems from the need for members from two distinct professions to connect; for example, engineers have created some new technology, and users who are (assumedly) unfamiliar with the technology want or need to understand that technology. The article presents an interface between the two professions which proposes a reconceptualization of the relationship between technicians/engineers and users. This reconceptualization can and should be provided by technical communicators who create a culture which encompasses both the technician and the user. In addition, this reconceptualization parallels the means originally proposed by C. P. Snow (1959) to mend the rift between the sciences and the humanities.

  • Organization of Case Base Represented with XML under Quotient Space

    General data mining systems rely on experts to give the algorithm to operate data mining according to actual application, people who are not familiar with data mining algorithms canpsilat use these data mining systems, so we put forward data mining system based on Case-Based Reasoning. In this system, XML was used to represent cases. The case base was organized based on fuzzy quotient space model instead of traditional case index tree, which can improve retrieval efficiency and accurate rate at the same time. Experiment indicates the average effect was improved by more than 50 percent, it will become higher if the case base is bigger.

  • Synthesis system for Web based examination generation and marking by XML

    The demand for Web based examination and marking is increasing rapidly. In addition a Web site for an examination is frequently implemented, because examinations are repeatedly performed. Moreover in a Web based examination it is common to build several displaying Web sites for marking results with different formats, but same content. In this case, each Web site is described separately. In order to implement a Web site for an examination, Web site information has to be described with HTML or a conventional home page (HP) builder. Using HTML or a HP builder, some IT expertise is required. So the task of building a Web site is usually assigned to IT professionals. As a result, it takes time and money. This paper presents a synthesis system for Web based examination generation and marking by XML.

  • Farewell RoboHelp? Maybe...

    RoboHelp wasn't the first help authoring tool, or HAT. That was Doc-To-Help in 1991. But RoboHelp took the market lead in 1995 and has held it until now. But the HAT market is changing; between this paper's submission date and the conference, things will have changed again. Therefore, this paper summarizes the state of the HAT market as of June 2006. The conference presentation will offer up-to-date analysis. The HAT world applauded when Macromedia bought eHelp; the increased resources that Macromedia brought would support further extensions of RoboHelp. But the enthusiasm soured when it became clear that Macromedia had little interest in RoboHelp. RoboHelp drifted and stagnated. Its low point was when an unstaffed booth at the 2005 Writers UA conference sent conference goers swarming to the Madcap Software booth to see Flare

  • Synthesis System for Personal Web Sites by XML

    The demand for web site building for individual persons is increasing rapidly. In order to implement a web site for personal use, the web site information has to be described with HTML or a conventional home page (HP) builder. In order to use HTML or a HP builder, some IT expertise is required. So the task of building a web site is usually outsourced to IT professionals. As a result, it takes time and money. Most web sites for personal use are composed of several functions which are frequently used. When their functions are prepared in the system, it is possible to generate their functions automatically.This paper presents a synthesis system for personal web sites which are frequently made.



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