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Team Comment on the SRML Submission

W3C is pleased to receive the SRML Submission from Boeing.

The Simulation Reference Markup Language (SRML) is intended for describing simulation programs that can be executed by SRML Simulators.

Using SRML, authors of a simulation can describe their program using XML elements for describing the individual components and the overall structure of the simulation model, and script languages such as Javascript to describe the behaviour of the individual components, and the behaviour of the overall simulation.

SRML has a wider field of application than just simulation since it can be used to "implement broad computing solutions", as stated in the Submission.

SRML relates to the following W3C Activities:

Document Object Model
A simulation is executed by manipulating simulation attributes using scripting languages and the API defined by the DOM.
SRML represents the components of a simulation model using XML elements.

On 18 Mar 2003, Boeing changed the license agreement for implementation of the submitted document. Boeing now offers a Royalty-Free license; see the section on IPR for details. The submitted document itself has not changed, and therefore W3C has not made any changes to the W3C Note: "SRML - Simulation Reference Markup Language." The previous licensing terms were noted on 18 December 2002.

Next Steps

The submission recommends to hold a workshop to discuss the SRML submission. W3C members and other parties interested in SRML are encouraged to contact the submitter to discuss this and other ideas for future work.

Disclaimer: Placing a Submission on a Working Group/Interest Group agenda does not imply endorsement by either the W3C Team or the participants of the Working Group/Interest Group, nor does it guarantee that the Working Group/Interest Group will agree to take any specific action on a Submission.

Philipp Hoschka, Interaction Domain Leader <ph@w3.org>
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