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  1. Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)
    The TEI is an international project to develop guidelines for the encoding of textual material in electronic form for research purposes.

  2. XCES: Corpus Encoding Standard for XML
    The CES is designed to be optimally suited for use in language engineering research and applications, in order to serve as a widely accepted set of encoding standards for corpus-based work in natural language processing applications.

  3. Channel Definition Format, CDF (Based on XML)
    Channel Definition Format (CDF) is an application of the Extensible Markup Language designed for push technology. The proposal has been submitted to the World Wide Web Consortium.

  4. RDF Rich Site Summary (RSS)
    A simple way to solve a common problem that extends far beyond the idea of syndication. RSS is a better way to share data than more common approaches, such as fetching and parsing HTML, or using proprietary APIs, database dumps, and cobranding.

  5. Web Collections using XML
    Web Collections are an application of XML. Some of the anticipated applications of Web Collections include Web Maps, HTML Email Threading, PIM functions, scheduling, content labeling, and distributed authoring.

  6. Open Software Description Format (OSD)
    The OSD format is to provide an XML-based vocabulary for describing software packages and their inter-dependencies.

  7. HTTP Distribution and Replication Protocol (DRP)
    The DRP defines: Content identifiers - identify a content uniquely; Index format - describe a set of files; New HTTP header field, 1)Content ID - obtain the correct version of a file; 2)Differential ID - obtain a differential update for a file.

  8. Chemical Markup Language (CML)
    CML brings the power of XML to the management of chemical information. It allows for the conversion of current files without semantic loss, structured documents.

  9. Resource Description Framework (RDF)
    RDF is to use metadata to describe the data contained on the Web. it is a foundation for processing metadata; it provides interoperability between applications that exchange machine-understandable information on the Web.

  10. XML Metadata Interchange (XMI)
    The new XMI standard allows developers to leverage the web to exchange data among tools, applications, and repositories, to create secure, distributed applications built in a team development environment.

  11. Educom Instructional Management Systems Project (IMS) Metadata Specification
    The goal of Educom's Instructional Management Systems (IMS) project is the widespread adoption of a set of open standards for Internet-based education.

  12. XML-Based 'eStandard' for the Chemical Industry
    This XML standards work will serve as a foundation for a broader-based method of supporting new and evolving business-to-business (B2B) and e-marketplace activities within the chemical industry.

  13. Molecular Dynamics [Markup] Language (MoDL)
    MoDL is an XML application that allows chemical simulation data visualization over the Web. It is then possible to visualize this MoDL document in VRML using the MoDL to VRML converter.

  14. Weather Observation Markup Format (OMF)
    The goal of the OMF system is to annotate and augment standard weather reports with derived, computed quantities, and to re-cast the essential information in a markup format that is easier to interpret, yet completely accurate.

  15. Data Link for Intermediaries Markup Language (daliML)
    daliML enable standard electronic interchange between institutions and within one institution, Intuitive for business users, Decrease operational risk and lower industry-wide costs, etc.

  16. Extensible Rights Markup Language (XrML)
    XrML provides a universal method for specifying rights and issuing conditions (licenses) associated with the use and protection of content.

  17. Digital Signatures for Internet Open Trading Protocol (IOTP)
    The OTP standards enable a consistent framework for multiple forms of electronic commerce, ensuring an easy-to-use and consistent consumer purchasing experience regardless of the payment instrument or software and hardware product used.

  18. XML Encoding of SPKI Certificates
    This draft suggests a standard form for encoding SPKI certificates in XML as opposed to the original s-expression encoding defined in [SPKI].

  19. Mathematical Markup Language (MathML)
    MathML is intended to facilitate the use and re-use of mathematical and scientific content on the Web, and for other applications. It can be used to encode the presentation of mathematical notation, and content.

  20. OpenMath Standard
    The goals are 1)to provide an encoding that uses the most common character set and that is both readable and writable by a human. 2) to provide an encoding that can be included in XML documents.

  21. OpenTag Markup
    OpenTag is described by the designers as a "standard Extraction/Abstraction Text Format for Translation and NLP Tools. Its goal is to be XML/SGML compliant.

  22. Global Engineering Networking Initiative (GEN)
    GEN covers electronic communication between non-co-located individuals and teams involved in distributed engineering processes; intelligent access to engineering information in electronic networks, etc.

  23. XML/EDI
    XML/EDI provides a standard format to describe different types of data so that the information can be decoded, manipulated, and displayed consistently and correctly by implementing EDI dictionaries.

  24. Encoded Archival Description (EAD)
    Encoded Archival Description (EAD) is an emerging standard used internationally in an increasing number of archives and manuscripts libraries to encode data describing corporate records and personal papers.

  25. UML eXchange Format (UXF)
    UXF is a XML-based format to interchange software analysis/design models with UML (Unified Modeling Language), which is an object-oriented analysis/design methodology.

  26. Geography Markup Language (GML)
    The Geography Markup Language (GML) is an XML encoding for the transport and storage of geographic information, including both the geometry and properties of geographic features.

  27. LandXML
    With LandXML, project data is independent of the authoring software, thus overcoming the interoperability problems that have plagued the land development industry.

  28. Navigation Markup Language (NVML)
    The NVML enables us to use a navigation service at any time and anywhere, and it will also be used in other services such as a guide service for sightseeing, a travel planning service, and a publishing service for tourists.

  29. Gemini Observatory Project
    The Gemini project is a multi-national effort to build twin 8.1 meter astronomical telescopes utilizing new technology to produce some of the sharpest views of the universe ever.

  30. NASA Goddard Astronomical Data Center (ADC) 'Scientific Dataset' XML
    A new data format has been designed that takes full advantage of the XML hierarchical view yet makes maximal use of previously standard keywords and parameters.

  31. Astronomical Instrument Markup Language (AIML)
    AIML is the first implementation of the more general Instrument Markup Language (IML). Both AIML and IML are vocabularies based on the W3C standard, the XML.

  32. Document Content Description for XML (DCD)
    The document proposes a structural schema facility, Document Content Description (DCD), for specifying rules covering the structure and content of XML documents.

  33. XSchema
    Tha goal is to produce an XSchema specification which, when complete, will provide a means for XML developers to describe their XML document structures using XML document syntax.

  34. Document Definition Markup Language (DDML)
    DDML encodes the logical (as opposed to physical) content of DTDs in an XML document. This allows schema information to be explored and used with widely available XML tools.

  35. Architecture Description Markup Language (ADML)
    ADML provides a means of representing an architecture that can be used to support the interchange of architectural descriptions between a variety of architectural design tools.

  36. XML and Forms
    XForms allow Web application authors to combine the modularity of XML with the simplicity of HTML to gain key advantages in the areas of device independence, accessibility, business-to-business and consumer e-commerce.

  37. XHTML-FML: Forms Markup Language
    FML focuses on dynamic web interfaces that cover multiple screen pages but originate from a single document, including input validation, navigation, event handling, template management and run-time calculations.

  38. Extensible Forms Description Language (XFDL)
    The importance of XFDL as an e-commerce language comes largely from its ability to encapsulate presentation, data, computational logic, and business semantics.

  39. XML Forms Architecture (XFA)
    XML Forms Architecture (XFA) provides for the specific requirements of electronic forms and the applications that use them. XFA provides for the specific needs of electronic forms and the applications that use them.

  40. IEEE LTSC XML Ad Hoc Group
    The purpose of the LTSC XML Ad Hoc Group is to study XML as an emerging Internet technology and specifically its applicability to the Working Groups of the LTSC.

  41. IEEE Standard DTD
    The IEEE Standards Association has an XML DTD as well as an SGML DTD that is used to create and edit IEEE standards of all sorts.The SGML, is the internal production format of IEEE Standards.

  42. XML DTD for ACAP - ACAP Data Interchange Format
    This document describes a XML DTD suitable for describing application configuration information or modifications made to configuration information.

  43. Open Applications Group
    OAG is a nonprofit consortium of enterprise application software developers, formed in February 1995 to create common standards for the integration of enterprise business applications.

  44. Schema for Object-oriented XML (SOX)
    SOX provides an alternative to XML DTDs for modeling markup relationships to enable more efficient software development processes for distributed applications.

  45. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
    SOAP provides an open, extensible way for applications to communicate using XML-based messages over the Web, regardless of what operating system, object model or language particular applications may use.

  46. Object-Oriented Programing Meta-Language (OOPML)
    The sophisticated document management needs of present and future Web-based environments have spawned the XML specification as well as a host of related technologies.

  47. Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Markup Language (ETD-ML)
    The formal statement of these guidelines serves graduate students submitting ETDs, the faculty with whom they work, and scholars who study the submitted ETDs.

  48. The Extensible Bindings Language (XBL)
    The purpose of this document is to provide a concrete proposal for a redesign of the current system in order to enable the full range of functionality we need for the Mozilla application.

  49. XML DTD for Phone Books
    The goals of this document include: 1) Creating a flexible, extensible and robust framework upon which to build a standard phone book; 2) Promoting a standard phone book format, to enhance interoperability between ISPs and roaming consortia.

  50. Using XML for RFCs
    One of the goals is to describe a simple XML DTD that is powerful enough to handle the simple formatting requirements of RFC-like documents whilst allowing for meaningful markup of descriptive qualities.

  51. Extensible Protocol
    XP is a generic application-level protocol meant to serve as the foundation for specific protocols and is a bidirectional protocol on which XML documents are exchanged between two endpoints.

  52. XML Belief Network File Format
    It is an XML file format being used by Microsoft's Decision Theory & Adaptive Systems Group (DTAS). XBN (also glossed as "Bayesian network in XML") is now replacing a previous DSC format.

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