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    Title: 以XML為基礎於網際網路上之資料交換雛形系統
    Other Titles: An XML-Based Data Exchange Prototype System on Internet
    Authors: 林信成;陳勇任
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系
    Keywords: 可擴展標注語言;資料交換;文件物件模型;Extensible Markup Language;Data Exchange;Document Object Model
    Date: 2001-11
    Issue Date: 2010-01-27 16:56:53 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:世新大學資訊傳播學系
    Abstract: 自從XML成為W3C之推薦標準後,不論是在業界或是學術研究等各界無不如火如荼地在XML的各方面展開研究。而隨著XML的發展臻於成熟, XML也漸漸嘗試著開始應用於各式場合。除了XML技術與Web整合之外,為了發揮XML在資料處理以及交換上的優勢,本研究針對XML在資料的處理與交換上做深入的探討,透過系統實做的方式,以XML為基礎建構一套於網際網路上之資料交換雛形系統,在Web環境中整合XML技術,實際印證XML在資料處理以及資料交換的優勢。
    After XML was completed by W3C, no matter in the enterprises or in the academic circles, many studies of XML had been researched. Besides of XML 's development, now people also starting to try to put XML into practice. The Purpose of this project was to develop a XML Based Data Exchange Prototype System on Internet, and to prove the excellence of XML 's data exchange advantageous position. This project will also be the navigator of the studies of XML 's Internet application in the future.
    Relation: 21世紀資訊科學與技術學術研討會論文集=Proceedings of the Conference on Information Science and Technology in 21st Century,頁275-289
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