Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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The combination of XML and EDI semantic foundation will provide a complete framework where a set of different technologies work together to create a format that is usable by applications as well as humans. These components all work together to create an XML framework for business use (Peat and Webber, 1999).

Peat, B. & Webber, D. August 1997, XML/EDI: The E-business Framework, [Online]. Available: http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/Floor/5815/startde.htm
Accessed: 28 March 1999.

WHAT ARE XML REPOSITORIES?

The combination of XML and EDI semantic foundations, called XML/EDI, will provide a complete framework where a set of different technologies work together to create a format that is usable by applications as well as humans. [...]

These components all work together to create an XML framework for business use:

Anmerkungen

This text is not found in the archived version of Peat Webber 1997 (or 1999). The text is almost identical to an excerpt of a document linked from a page given in the bibliography as "XML/EDI Repository Group (eds). 1999a".

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[- XML (transport, metadata, parsing)

- EDI (business transactions)

- Repositories (business process entities)

- Templates (business rules & information exchange)

- Agents (control and facilitation)]

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Figure 8: XML/EDI the Fusion of Technologies 8 (Peat and Webber, 1999).]

XML itself provides the foundation. The Web was born on the abilities of the HTML language, itself a very limited subset of the original and highly complex SGML document syntax. Now XML has been created that sits between the two, not as complex as SGML, but vastly more capable than HTML. XML tokens and frameworks are the syntax that transports the other components across the network. XML tokens replace of [sic] supplement existing segment identifiers. XML also brings with it all the rich capabilities and transport layers of the Web and the Internet in general.

EDI is the grandfather of the current e-commerce.


Peat, B. & Webber, D. August 1997, XML/EDI: The E-business Framework, [Online]. Available: http://www.geocities.com/WallStreet/Floor/5815/startde.htm
Accessed: 28 March 1999.

Each component adds unique tools that leverage the other pieces. In the past EDI was very static, today the XML/EDI framework provides is an exciting dynamic process that can be infinitely extended. We now look at each technology to give you an overview, while later sections provide more in depth looks at each.

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Figure 1. XML/EDI the Fusion of Technologies

The Power of Five:

XML itself provides the foundation. The Web was born on the abilities of the HTML language, itself a very limited subset of the original and highly complex SGML document syntax. Now XML has been created that sits between the two, not as complex as SGML, but vastly more capable than HTML. XML tokens and frameworks are the syntax that transports the other components across the network. XML tokens replace or supplement existing EDI segment identifiers. XML also brings with it all the rich capabilities and transport layers of the Web and the Internet in general.

EDI is the grandfather of the electronic commerce.

Anmerkungen

The source is given, but no quotation marks are used. Figure 8 appears to be a copy from the source.

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Using EDI, it is not necessary for the trading partners to have identical document processing systems. When the [sender sends a document, EDI translation software can convert the proprietary format into an agreed upon standard.] When you use EDI, it's not necessary for the trading partners to have identical document processing systems. When the sender sends a document, EDI translation software can convert the proprietary format into an agreed upon standard.
Anmerkungen

The source is not given.

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