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XLink and XPointer: XML Linking/Pointer Languages
This section presents resources, tutorials and overviews about XLink and XPointer.

Type: XLL  #Views: 721  Category: Resource    

Pulling the Pieces Together
The XPointer and XLink specifications, currently under development, introduce a standard linking model for XML. In consideration of space, and the fact that the XLink draft is still developing, what follows is survey of the features of XLink, rather than a detailed description of the specification.

Type: XLL  #Views: 560  Category: Resource    

XML Linking Language
The W3C XML Linking Working Group. The XML Linking Working Group is designing hypertext links for XML. Engineers defining the way that links are to be written in XML have made a distinction for links between objects - 'external' links, and 'internal' links to locations within XML documents, and both types will receive detailed treatment by this group. The objective of the XML Linking Working Group is to design advanced, scalable, and maintainable hyperlinking and addressing functionality for XML.

Type: XLL  #Views: 568  Category: Resource    

Topic Maps fit naturally the XML paradigm. Because they apply on SGML, they apply of course on a simplified form of SGML. Constraints on the representation of SGML documents brought by XML result in making Topic Map software easier to build. In that regard, Topic Maps are taking benefit of the advantages brought by XML over full SGML.

Type: XLL  #Views: 573  Category: Resource    

An Implementation design of XLL as a subset of HyTime
To provide a useful document management system having a facility to process link representations, we have already developed a document browser called HyBrick and intended to append the facility to process the link representat ions to this HyBrick. We selected XLL as the link representation.

Type: XLL  #Views: 564  Category: Resource    

What is XLink?
XLink is an XML specification for describing links between resources in XML. Our introduction shows you how to get to grips with using XLinks in your own documents."

Type: XLL  #Views: 668  Category: Resource    

XLink Reference
Now that we have a basic idea of how XLink looks, it's time to dive into the details. This section presents all the constructs and rules contained in the XLink specification

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