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  1. Object Management Group XML/Value RFP
    A standard way to represent XML documents using OMG IDL data types -- primitive data types, constructed data types (structs, sequence, unions), and value types.

  2. New Mexico District Court XML Interface (XCI)
    XCI will allow attorney software provided by vendors or law offices to plug in to a courts electronic filing system.

  3. ALURe (Aggregation and Logging of User Requests) XML Specification
    It is a specific implementation of XML that allows any Web based user assistance product or system to log information on specific problems that customers have.

  4. Signed Document Markup Language (SDML)
    The signatures become part of the SDML document and can be verified by subsequent recipients as the document travels through the business process.

  5. Alexandria Digital Library Project
    ADEPT aims to use the digital earth metaphor for organizing, using, and presenting information at all levels of spatial and temporal resolution. We call the digital environments based on the Earth Metaphor Iscapes (Information Landscapes).

  6. BiblioML - XML for UNIMARC Bibliographic Records
    An XML application for bibliographic records, based on the Unimarc Bibliographic Format, and for authority records, based on UNIMARC / Authorities

  7. Open Philanthropy Exchange (OPX)
    The purpose of the OPX standard is to help philanthropic institutions communicate in a common language. Nonprofit organizations benefit from and contribute to the OPX standard.

  8. Trading Partner Agreement Markup Language (tpaML)
    A TPA is an electronic contract that uses XML to stipulate the general contract terms and conditions, participant roles, communication and security protocols, and business processes.

  9. XML-MP: XML Mortgage Partners Framework
    XML Mortgage Partners is a collaborative industry effort designed to provide a non-proprietary common business language for the mortgage industry.

  10. EcoKnowMICS ML
    EcoKnowMICS ML is an XML application for describing, sharing, and presenting economic data on the Web. Data from disparate sources are integrated and used to build a virtual economic domain on the Web.

  11. Real Estate Transaction Markup Language (RETML)
    The purpose of this is to define a specification for the exchange of real estate property information, with the intent of eventually describing all interchangeable aspects of a real estate transaction.

  12. OpenMLS and RELML (Real Estate Listing Markup Language)
    OpenMLS is a web-based real estate listing management system. It provides a scaleable solution for Multiple Listing Service organizations and Real Estate Listing Management Services of all sizes.

  13. Data Consortium (Real Estate Standards)
    The purpose of the information standardization project was rooted in the perception of the real estate investment field relative to larger and more established institutional investment segments.

  14. Customer Profile Exchange (CPEX) Working Group
    CPEX offers a vendor-neutral, open standard for facilitating the privacy-enabled interchange of customer information across disparate enterprise applications and systems.

  15. ebXML
    The ebXML Working Groups include Business Processes; Technical Architecture Requirements, Coordination/Support and Architecture; Marketing Transport/Routing and Packaging; Registry and Repository; Awareness; and Education.

  16. OpenTravel Alliance (OTA)
    The OTA is currently recruiting travel industry organizations as it begins critical ground-breaking work for developing communications standards that will allow for the efficient and effective exchange of travel industry information via the Internet.

  17. Hospitality Industry Technology Integration Standards (HITIS) Project
    The goal of HITIS is to identify general functions and standardize their implementation. Create computer interfacing standards that will accelerate the hospitality industry's technology usage and lower automation costs.

  18. CommerceNet Industry Initiative
    CommerceNet Industry Initiative goal is to accelerate the adoption of XML as a key technology for the realization of efficient Internet Commerce.

  19. eCo Interoperability Framework Specification
    The eCo Interoperability Framework consists of The eCo Architecture defines the way businesses describe themselves and The eCo Semantic Recommendations describe best practices for developing XML based e-commerce documents.

  20. BizTalk Framework
    This is an XML framework for application integration and electronic commerce. It includes a design framework for implementing an XML schema and a set of XML tags used in messages sent between applications.

  21. eCo Framework Project and Working Group
    The goal of the project is to develop a common framework for interoperability among XML-based application standards and key electronic commerce environments.

  22. SMBXML: An Open Standard for Small to Medium Sized Businesses
    The purpose of SMBXML is to provide the small to medium sized business with the power and connectivity previously associated only with solutions for much larger organizations.

  23. Product Data Markup Language (PDML)
    Product Data Markup Language (PDML) is an XML vocabulary designed to support the interchange of product information among commercial systems (such as PDM systems) or government systems.

  24. ECIX QuickData Specifications
    ECIX QuickData Specifications which enable real-time, business-to-business transactions to be conducted over the Internet. It refers to The ECIX QuickData (QD) Protocol Specification and The ECIX Quick Evaluation Data (QED) Specification.

  25. Dialogue Moves Markup Language (DMML)
    DMML -- inspired by the theory of speech acts and XML -- is an attempt to capture the intent of communicative agents in the context of NL dialogue management.

  26. Scripting News in XML
    The [publication] format is regular enough so that with a reasonable script I can also generate a new format called format.

  27. Process Interchange Format XML (PIF-XML)
    PIF is an interchange format designed to help automatically exchange process descriptions among a wide variety of business process modeling and support system such as workflow software, flow charting tools, process simulation systems, and process repositories.

  28. DocBook XML DTD
    DocBook is supported 'out of the box' by a number of commercial tools, and there is rapidly expanding support for it in a number of free software environments.

  29. Tutorial Markup Language (TML)
    The Tutorial Markup Language (TML) is an interchange format designed to separate the semantic content of a question from its screen layout or formatting.

  30. Learning Material Markup Language (LMML)
    LMML is an implementation of the XML binding of the teachware-specific meta-model described in Christian, A Meta-Modeling Adaptive Knowledge Management: Approach and its Binding to XML (2000).

  31. International Development Markup Language (DML)
    IDML would become a data exchange standard for information that is specific to international development, making it much easier to share information with regional offices, partner agencies and with the public.

  32. SWAP - Simple Workflow Access Protocol
    The proposed SWAP protocol defines four primary interfaces, which are used to manage, monitor, initiate and control the execution of processes on external workflow systems.

  33. XML-Based Workflow [Process Management] Standard: Wf-XML
    Wf-XML is an XML-based variant of the WfMC Interoperability Interface which can work with HTTP or a number of other transport mechanisms, including email and direct TCP/IP connection.

  34. XML-F ('XML for FAX')
    The XML-F interface provides a simple framework for software applications to use in employing a network fax service to send an electronic document to a terminating fax machine.

  35. Business Process Modeling Language (BPML)
    The standards for the management of mission-critical business processes that span multiple applications, corporate departments, and business partners.

  36. Business Rules Markup Language (BRML)
    BRML is an 'XML Rule Interlingua for Agent Communication, based on Courteous/Ordinary Logic Programs.' It is used in connection with 'CommonRules' from IBM.

  37. Common Business Library (CBL)
    The Common Business Library (CBL) is being developed by Veo Systems, Inc. as a set of building blocks with common semantics and syntax to ensure interoperability among XML applications.

  38. Universal Commerce Language and Protocol (UCLP)
    The Universal Commerce Language and Protocol (UCLP) is an XML-compliant schema for tagging metadata that can be used in identifying and retrieving data residing across the Internet.

  39. VISA XML Invoice Specification
    It provides a cross-industry, interoperable message format which enables processing of enhanced data across regions and industry sectors and, as clients identify new needs, it can easily be extended and adapted to support additional information needs.

  40. First Retail Mark-up Language
    FRML is an information sharing standard that covers the data requirements for the majority of retail information applications.

  41. Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
    UDDI standard is a new industry initiative which creates a platform-independent, open framework for describing services, discovering businesses, and integrating business services using the Internet.

  42. Rosetta Group XML Resume Library
    The XML Resume Library is an XML DTD and a set of XSL stylesheets for the storage, interchange, and web and print presentation of resumes and curricula vitae.

  43. FLBC (Formal Language for Business Communication) - and KQML
    FLBC: Formal Language for Business Communication (FLBC) can be seen as a competitor to KQML. FLBC is a formal language that can be used for automated electronic communication.

  44. PML: Markup Language for Paper and Printing
    Paperhub Introduces PML as Industry Standard Markup Language for Paper and Printing. Paperhub recently announced the development of a new XML-based markup language 'PML' for to be used by all participants in the paper and print marketplace.

  45. Steel Markup Language (SML)
    e-STEEL Corporation today announced that it is teaming with two internationally-recognized technology leaders to form a strategic alliance to develop and implement integrated end-to-end e-Commerce solutions for steel industry members.

  46. PetroXML Initiative
    PetroXML is a set of XML schemas developed by Transzap, Inc. This is the oil industry's first set of XML schemas specifically designed to empower industry participants in end-to-end automation of oil field operations.

  47. Petrotechnical Open Software Corporation (POSC) XML Related Projects
    POSC an international not-for-profit membership corporation. It is uniquely designed to unite industry people, issues and ideas to facilitate E&P (Exploration and Production) information sharing and business process integration.

  48. Partner Interface Process for Energy (PIPE)
    PIPE (Partner Interface Processes for Energy) "is a set of XML documents with supporting schemas designed for electronic business to business (B2B) transactions.

  49. Marine Trading Markup Language (MTML)
    The MTML is a standard to help a broad base of small, medium and large buyers and suppliers in the marine trading industry conduct their fundamental trading transactions electronically via the Internet.

  50. eFirst XML for Scholarly Articles
    efirst XML is specifically designed to allow journal articles to be optimized for presentation both on the Web and in print using a single storage format by supporting references to multiple graphic and multimedia files.

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