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The classical approach to the data aspect of system design distinguishes conceptual, logical, and physical models. Models of each type or level are governed by metamodels that specify the kinds of concepts and constraints that can be used by each model; in most cases metamodels are accompanied by languages for describing models.


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September 26, 2008 | Comments: 3 has been around for a long time now, and for a most of that time was considered to be one of the best information sources about XML technologies. It published articles and news and was very focused on people...
On September 19, the W3C published the Last Call Working Draft for Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) -- which allows XML-based implementations to exchange documents without having to use XML's verbose syntax.
What topics would you like to see in a real-world book about good XML style and use?
The IETF just published RFC 5261, an XML patch update framework. It's not a complete diff utility for XML, but it's somewhere between the obsolete XUpdate and the complex XQuery Update Facility.

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