Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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- Channel Definition Format (CDF) is an XML-based file format for the description of channel information developed by Microsoft. Supported by Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 and above, CDF is already in use by such sites as PointCast. The concept of Channels involves the organization and classification of information from Web servers and Web pages.

- Chemical Markup Language (CML): One of the earliest XML applications, CML is being developed to represent molecular science and related technical information on the Web, using a CML DTD and CML tags. Files would require a viewer such as CML Viewer to display. The sponsor is Open Molecule Foundation.

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- Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) is an XML-based application for the delivery of multimedia content on the Web. SMIL permits multimedia synchronization of the delivery of sound, video, graphics, and text, reducing the bandwidth.

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- XML/EDI: The XML/EDI group has developed an XML standard for electronic commerce that would move it from the value-added network onto the Internet reaching a broader cross section of business (see chapter 4).

CDF (Channel Definition Format). An XML-based file format for the description of channel information developed by Microsoft. Supported by Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 and above, CDF is already in use by such sites as PointCast. The concept of Channels involves the organization and classification of information from Web servers and Web pages.

CML (Chemical Markup Language). One of the earliest XML applications, CML is being developed to represent molecular science and related technical information on the Web, using a CML DTD and CML tags. Files would require a viewer such as CML Viewer to display. The sponsor is Open Molecule Foundation.

SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language). An XML-based application for the delivery of multimedia content on the Web. SMIL permits multimedia synchronization of the delivery of sound, video, graphics, and text, reducing the bandwidth.

XML/EDI (Electronic Data Interchange). [...] The XML/EDI group has developed an XML standard for electronic commerce that would move it from the value-added network onto the Internet -- reaching a broader cross section of business.

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- OFX and VOXML: XML-based protocols can interoperate, such as VoxML, the voice recognition protocol, with the banking industry's Open Financial Exchange protocol, which facilitates the exchange of financial data between financial institutions, businesses, and consumers. Banks, for example, can build personal financial management applications that can use voice recognition simply by adding a few lines of XML code, instead of incorporating an entire voice recognition application into the financial software. Rappaport said XML-based protocols can also interoperate, such as VoxML, the voice recognition protocol, with the banking industry's Open Financial Exchange protocol, which facilitates the exchange of financial data between financial institututions, businesses, and consumers. Banks, for example, can build personal financial management applications that can use voice recognition simply by adding a few lines of XML code, instead of incorporating an entire voice recognition application into the financial software, Rappaport said.
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- Web Interface Definition Language (WIDL), introduced in 1996, was one of the first applications of XML. WIDL provides a means of describing automated access to Web-enabled resources and enterprise applications through well-defined interfaces much like COM and CORBA. By abstracting information about Web and external application resources, applications can be protected from changes in the structure, appearance, and location of data. At the heart of webMethods B2B is the Web Interface Definition Language (WIDL) [11]. Introduced in 1996, WIDL was one of the first applications of XML. WIDL provides a means of describing automated access to Web-enabled resources and enterprise applications through well-defined interfaces much like COM and CORBA. By abstracting information about Web and external application resources, applications can be protected from changes in the structure, appearance, and location of data.

[11] Web Interface Definition Language (WIDL)
World Wide Web Consortium Note 22-September-1997
http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-widl-970922

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