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Title: XFML, Standard for Distributed Information Architecture
Authors: Suman, Aparajita
Keywords: Faceted Metadata Language
Metadata Information Architecture
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2005
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: The unplanned dumping of information on WWW is the primary reason for the chaotic web of today. The way out of this WEB (in literal sense) seems to be only through planned organization of the burgeoning sources of information using faceted techniques. The role of XFML i.e. eXchangeable faceted metadata language gets defined in this context. The metadata language allows one to relate the topics of concern and to provide a meaningful way of accessing information. This paper tries to explore its nuances and suitability for defining distributed information architecture.
URI: 81-902079-0-3
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