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SGML y servicios de información

Other TitlesSGML and information services
AuthorsPeis, Eduardo; Moya Anegón, Félix de
KeywordsSGML
Servicios de información
Normalización
Gestión de la información
Metalenguajes de etiquetado
Electronic information
Markup meta-languages
Information services
XML
Issue Date2000
PublisherSwets & Zeitlinger
CitationEl profesional de la información, 2000, junio, v. 9, n. 6, pp. 4- 17.
Abstract[ES] No es concebible la gestión actual de recursos informativos sin la web. Para el tratamiento, conservación, difusión y acceso de la información electrónica en la Red es necesario disponer de una norma que asegure la independencia de fabricantes y permita extraer la mayor cantidad de posibilidades hipertexto e hipermedia de la web. Este trabajo presenta la norma sgml y su familia de adaptaciones (xml, xsl, xlink) como potencialmente ideales en su aplicación a los servicios de información. | Present management of information resources is inconceivable without the web. For the handling, preservation, dissemination and access to electronic information on the Net, a standard is needed to ensure independence from manufacturers and to take full advantage of the hypertext and hypermedia capabilities of the web. This paper presents the sgml standard and its family of variations (xml, xsl, xlink) as potentially ideal for information service applications.
[EN] Present management of information resources is inconceivable without the web. For the handling, preservation, dissemination and access to electronic information on the Net, a standard is needed to ensure independence from manufacturers and to take full advantage of the hypertext and hypermedia capabilities of the web. This paper presents the sgml standard and its “family” of variations (xml, xsl, xlink) as potentially ideal for information service applications.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.elprofesionaldelainformacion.com/contenidos/2000/junio/1.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/10350
ISSN1699-2407
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