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IBM Systems Journal
Extensible Markup Language (XML) has grown rapidly over the last decade to become the de facto standard for heterogeneous data exchange. Its popularity is due in large part to the ease with which diverse kinds of information can be represented as a result of the self-describing nature and extensibility of XML itself. The ease and speed with which information can be represented does not extend, however, to exchanging such information between autonomous sources. In the absence of controllingdoi:10.1147/sj.452.0389 fatcat:rdyjcc3waffhplmkpjjhc7n6hy