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document model

From Modularization of XHTML (2001-04-10) | Glossary for this source

the effective structure and constraints of a given document type. The document model constitutes the abstract representation of the physical or semantic structures of a class of documents.
document object model

From Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 (2001-02-21) | Glossary for this source

A model in which the document or Web page is treated as an object repository. This model is developed by the DOM Working Group (DOM) of the W3C.
DOM (Document object model)

From Glossary of "Weaving the Web" (1999-07-23) | Glossary for this source

Within a computer, information is often organized as a set of "objects." When transmitted, it is sent as a "document." The DOM is a W3C specification that gives a common way for programs to access a document as a set of objects.
DOM (Document object model, see

From Requirements for String Identity Matching and String Indexing (1998-07-10) | Glossary for this source

A series of API definitions to access and manipulate documents, both document structure and textual content. Currently, APIs for basic functionality for HTML and XML, with bindings to programming languages such as Java, ECMAScript, and C. All string parameters in the APIs are defined as Unicode strings. To assure consistent behavior of programs written in different languages and running on different implementations, uniform normalization and string indexing specifications are necessary.

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