Executive Summary Presented are topics pertaining to economics policies, to the granular taxation of fuel purchases, policies possible with modern computing technology. Related Standards Activities Web Payments Interest Group, Web Payments Community Group Article New policy opportunities include that the … Continue reading
Executive Summary Educational technology can be delivered, utilizing peer-to-peer (P2P) database computing, P2P statistical computing, providing educational data mining (EDM) features while providing students storage of their data on their mobile computers, facilitating data privacy. Educational technology can interoperate with … Continue reading
An idea is described for client-side document processing, utilizing locally-stored user data or user models, to provide document personalization while protecting users’ data privacy. The highly-customizable, user-configurable, processing of the XML macros, resembling relational algebra on XML trees, ideas resembling … Continue reading
Metadata standards, extensible ontology, vocabulary and API for multimedia track metadata, such as XMP, MPEG, Matroska and WebM, can provide enhanced viewing experiences and features based upon multimedia metadata. Describing multimedia tracks with metadata enhances the uses of tracks, of track-based data, and the … Continue reading
Semantics enhances the selection and styling of content; varieties of semantic selection include: (1) selecting upon URI items in white space separated lists of TERMorCURIEorAbsIRI values, (2) selecting upon parallel markup structure and reference combinators, and (3) graph-based selections with … Continue reading
Linguistic and semantic annotations, rhetorical structure and argumentation formats are some of the numerous scenarios where data or metadata are desired in addition to document trees, e.g. SSML and XHTML documents. In SSML contexts, such data can facilitate prosodic speech synthesis and, in … Continue reading
There has been interest in dynamic or parameterizable XSLT imports and includes. XML preprocessing, XML macros and XSLT-enhanced XML includes, facilitates such expressiveness. For example: <define> <schema xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema”> … </schema> <transform xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform”> <template match=”…”> … <element name=”include” … Continue reading
For those interested in economics rhetoric and debate, some publications: https://www.w3.org/community/argumentation/wiki/Economics_Rhetoric.
For those interested in political rhetoric and debate, the analysis of Web corpora, of forums, of the transcripts of debate societies, organizations and clubs, of the transcripts and multimedia of legislative rhetoric and debate, some publications: https://www.w3.org/community/argumentation/wiki/Political_Rhetoric.
A use case category for models of argumentation, formats and ontology, is that of general-purpose computation. Pertinent topics include serializing and deserializing data structures to and from argumentation formats and the utility of such data structures for general-purpose computing. Accordingly, the expressiveness of claims should include … Continue reading