Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences
||XML相關技術與下一代Web出版趨勢之研究| 全文可取得 |
A Study on XML-based Technologies and Next-Generation Web Publishing
||XML was completed in 1998 by the W3C. This paper focuses the attention
on the issues of the XML-based Web publishing. First of all, the paper describes
the essential primaries of the electronic documents, analyses the situation of
the Web publishing, explore the difficulties and bottlenecks of HTML.
Furthermore, based on the purposes of document access, integration, delivery,
manipulation and display, the paper proposes a 3-tier distributed architecture
for document management. Which maps the related technologies of XML family, such
as DTD, XML Schema, XML Namespaces, RDF, XLink, DOM, CCS and XSL, etc., to the
corresponding tiers. It also reflects that XML will plays an important role in
the Web integration. If we say that the HTML was the first revolution of the
Web, then the XML could be viewed as the second-generation. XML not only
provides a new mechanism for data representation, but also has the potential to
extend the Internet beyond information delivery to knowledge management.
Expectably, XML will cut a generous swath across various application fields,
such as electronic publishing, electronic commerce, electronic library,
electronic data exchange, and distance learning, etc.
||XML;HTML;Web publishing;Electronic document;Electronic publishing;
|Lin, S.-C. (2000). A Study on XML-based Technologies and Next-Generation Web Publishing. Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 37(2), 184-210.
|Sinn-cheng Lin, "A Study on XML-based Technologies and Next-Generation Web Publishing," Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences 37, no. 2 (January 2000): 184-210.