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  • AIML - Astronomical Instrument Markup Language - A version of the Instrument Markup Language (IML) for controlling astronomical instruments.
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  • Citation Style Language - An XML-based language to describe the formatting of citations and bibliographies.
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  • CML - Chemical Markup Language - Includes specification, sample code and examples, and discussion forum.
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  • DARPA Markup Language (DAML+OIL) - DAML is being developed as an extension to XML and RDF. DAML+OIL provides a rich set of constructs with which to create ontologies and to markup information so that it is machine readable and understandable.
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  • DITA - Darwin Information Typing Architecture - Architecture for creating and deploying modular technical information on varied platforms, from printed manuals to online helpsets to hierarchical information for small-screen devices.
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  • enml.org - Environmental Noise Markup Language, a XML application for the exchange of acoustic data using a portable, open and free acoustic data format.
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  • Extensible 3D (X3D) - Open standard XML application developed by the W3D Consortium as the successor to Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML 97).
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  • GDML - Geometry Description Mark-up Language - Used to define geometrical description of complex systems.
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  • How to Create Channel Definition Format (CDF) Files - Microsoft tutorial, explaining how CDF gives Web authors another way to organize their sites.
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  • ISO 15022 XML - Replaces FIX and SWIFT messaging protocols as a single industry standard; prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC68, Banking, Securities and Related Financial Services, Sub-Committee SC4, Securities and Related Financial Instruments.
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  • JSML - JSpeech Markup Language - A text format used by applications to annotate text input to speech synthesizers; derived from Java Speech API Markup Language.
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  • Literature Markup Language - A collection of semantic element names for literature applications to be used with the role attribute of XHTML, SVG and other formats.
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  • MCF - Meta Content Framework - A data model for describing information organization structures (metadata) for collections of networked information.
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  • Molecular Dynamics Language - Provides simple constructs like atom, bond, molecule and TRANSLATE to mark up chemical simulation data.
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  • NetBeans XML Project - Designed to add support for working with XML, DTD and CSS documents in NetBeans. Links, FAQs, developer's corner and downloads featured.
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  • NewsML - An XML encoding for news which is intended to be used for the creation, transfer, delivery and archiving of news. By International Press Telecommunications Council. [XML-compliant browser required]
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  • NITF - News Industry Text Format - Used for sharing news articles, developed by the International Press Telecommunications Council. Because metadata is applied throughout the news content, NITF documents are more searchable and useful than HTML pages.
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  • Open Applications Group (OAGI) - Freely downloadable set of DTDs that define interfaces between business applications such as Purchasing, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Human Resources, and Financials, The context of the DTDs is fully explained in a document called OAGIS, which is also downloadable. Site run by an industry consortium.
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  • OSD - Open Software Description Format - A vocabulary used for describing software packages and their dependencies. It is intended to be useful in automated software distribution environments.
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  • P3P - Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.0 Specification - Enables Web sites to express their privacy practices in a standard format that can be retrieved automatically and interpreted easily by user agents.
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  • PetroXML - A DTD for vendor invoicing for oil and gas field operations.
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  • RecipeBook XML - A markup language designed to allow sharing of recipes electronically.
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  • RecipeML - Official specification document, FAQ, example recipes, and the DTD of the recipe markup language formerly known as Dessert.
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  • rezML - A lightweight XML DTD and style sheets for the structuring of Resumes and Job Listings. (Working Draft)
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  • TM-XML Working Group - Official site of the working group exchange and disseminate all information, examples, tools related to Trade Mark Extensible Markup Language.
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  • UBL - Universal Business Language - An OASIS effort to create a synthesis of existing XML business document libraries into one universal business language.
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  • VocML - Vocabulary Markup Language - DTD/Schema developed to support the structured representation of a wide range of Knowledge Organization Systems/Services (KOS).
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  • XBEL - XML Bookmark Exchange Language - Document type for bookmark files, which can be used to exchange bookmarks between any browsers and also to publish them on the web. A conversion program is available.
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  • xCBL - XML Common Business Library - A set of XML building blocks and a document framework that allows the creation of robust, reusable, XML documents to facilitate global trading, using SOX, XDR, and DTDs.
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  • XGMML - Extensible Graph Markup and Modeling Language - An XML application based on GML which is used for graph description. Specifications, software, links to related sites.
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  • XLDL Literature Description Language - An XML doctype for the storage of novels, stories, poems and related texts.
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  • XML in Mozilla - This document provides an overview of the plans for XML in Mozilla. (Mozilla)
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  • XMLSTATS: Using SportsML - Introduction to the SportsML standard, designed to provide a consistent format for sports scores and statistics.
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  • XSPF: XML Shareable Playlist Format - Site of the playlist format created by the Xiph.Org Foundation. Includes the specification, a validator, and an application list.
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