[ba-ohs-talk] Fwd: XML.com: Introduction to DAML
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>XML.com's main feature this week focuses on DAML, a modeling
>language built on RDF. DAML allows the sort of sophisticated
>data modeling that is required for the vision of the
>machine-processable Semantic Web to be realized. Follow the
>first part of Uche Ogbuji's Introduction to DAML at
>If Web Services are more your cup of tea than the Semantic Web,
>then you will be interested by an article this week by James Snell,
>one of the authors of O'Reilly's "Programming Web Services with SOAP"
>book. In "Web Services Interoperability" James uses Java, Perl and
>.NET to highlight SOAP interoperability issues. Read more at
>John Simpson's back this week with his Q&A column, solving more of
>readers' difficulties with XML, including this month the problem
>of undesired whitespace with XSLT. More at
>Leigh Dodds' XML-Deviant column catalogs as usual the debate of
>the XML developer community. This week, Leigh focuses on several
>threads of conversation all connected with the problem of
>associating processing with an XML document. Read "Document
>This week, the W3C announced a new thread of activity focusing on
>web services. In my <taglines/> column I examine the new initiative,
>which seems to be a welcome development. That, plus the usual
>selection of pot-shots at the world of XML can be found at
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>*** Featured Articles ***
>Introduction to DAML: Part I
>The first of a three-part series examining the DARPA Agent Markup
>Language, an XML/RDF application intended to provide tools for
>building the Semantic Web.
>Web Services Interoperability
>Interoperability is about blurring the lines between development
>environments, and James Snell, coauthor of Programming Web Services
>with SOAP, illustrates what that means with a simple demonstration
>showing that at least basic tools are available to do that.
>The Deviant column examines the relation of namespaces and document
>types, as well as multi-typed documents, in the context of XML
>Welcome Web Services Activity
>Commentary on the W3C's launch of a Web Services Activity, along
>with the usual sideways look at the world of XML.
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>*** XML News Headlines from The XML Cover Pages by Robin Cover ***
>W3C Organizes a Web Services Activity.
>Sun Releases Java Web Services Developer Pack EA1.
>Updated SPACE XML Schema for the Advertising Print/Publisher
>Seminar on Rule Markup Techniques for the Semantic Web.
>W3C Patent Policy Supports Royalty-Free (RF) Working Groups.