Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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The next section will analyze the development of XML applications for e-commerce, thus excluding applications designed for strictly enhancing XML, such as XSL even though they too may have use in business. The purpose of the next section is to show the extent of XML's penetration into the world of business data exchange, which covers transactions between businesses and also with consumers, including scientific and technical.

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To help understand the various ways in which XML for business data exchange has grown, applications can be broken down into three major categories (See Appendix 3 for more detailed information on XML business applications):

(i) XML Application Functions set the guidelines for specific business operations that cut across industry boundaries.

(ii) Vertical XML Applications are one-industry applications, defining messages for exchanges within a specific industry.

The purpose of this survey is to show the extent of XML's penetration into the world of business data exchange, which covers transactions between businesses and also with consumers. As a result, the survey excludes XML vocabularies for enhancing XML, such as XML Schema, XPath, or XLink, even though they may have business implications. It also excludes applications designed for strictly publishing purposes, such as XHTML, even though they too may have use in business. But the survey tries to cover as many potential business data exchanges as possible, and thus includes scientific, technical, and even religious vocabularies.

To help understand the various ways in which XML for business data exchange has grown, the survey breaks down the applications into three major categories:

Frameworks: specifications for structuring XML messages between parties for exchanges both within and among industries

Functions: guidelines for specific business operations that cut across industry boundaries

Verticals: messages for exchanges within a specific industry.

Anmerkungen

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In February 2000, XML.com published a survey that found 124 different XML business applications at various registries and reference sources. By August 2000, the number of XML business vocabularies listed with these sources appears to have doubled to over 250, putting even more pressure on standards bodies to develop a way for these applications to interact (Kotok 2000).

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(ii) [...] They represent the majority of the business vocabularies (146 of the 251).

(iii) XML Application Frameworks define the specifications for structuring XML messages between parties for exchanges both within and among industries. Frameworks represent the fewest number of vocabularies. They offer interoperability among the business languages and provide the most functionality, thus frameworks have received the most attention.

In February 2000, XML.com published a survey that found 124 different XML business applications at various registries and reference sources. By August 2000, the number of XML business vocabularies listed with these sources appears to have doubled to over 250, putting even more pressure on standards bodies to develop a way for these applications to interact.

As in the first survey, a majority of the vocabularies (146 of the 251) represent one-industry applications, called verticals. Some 95 other entries express business functions, defined as common operations that apply to a number of industries. The fewest number of vocabularies are frameworks that offer interoperability among the business languages, but frameworks provide the most functionality and have received the most attention.

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[3.] Svr/Fragment 030 30 - Diskussion
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Enigma 1999, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr, Verschleierung

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The question of whether XML would enter the market was answered when Microsoft, Adobe, Netscape and other big market players not only supported the [development of the new standard, but also began making sizable product investments to this new format.] The question of whether XML would enter the market was answered when Microsoft, Adobe, Netscape and other vendors not only voiced their support of the emerging standard but began making sizable product investments to this new format.
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