Describes mathematical notation and capturing both its structure and content. (W3C Recommendation 21 February 2001)
Includes specification, sample code and examples, and discussion forum.
Replaces FIX and SWIFT messaging protocols as a single industry standard; prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC68, Banking, Securities and Related Financial Services, Sub-Committee SC4, Securities and Related Financial Instruments.
DAML is being developed as an extension to XML and RDF. DAML+OIL provides a rich set of constructs with which to create ontologies and to markup information so that it is machine readable and understandable.
A text format used by applications to annotate text input to speech synthesizers; derived from Java Speech API Markup Language.
Open standard XML application developed by the W3D Consortium as the successor to Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML 97).
DTD/Schema developed to support the structured representation of a wide range of Knowledge Organization Systems/Services (KOS).
Freely downloadable set of DTDs that define interfaces between business applications such as Purchasing, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Human Resources, and Financials, The context of the DTDs is fully explained in a document called OAGIS, which is also downloadable. Site run by an industry consortium.
A document type for newspaper classified ads.
Vendor neutral industry organization that created Chem eStandards, uniform standards of data exchange developed specifically for the buying, selling and delivery of chemicals.