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Service Modeling Language (SML) Current Status

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Standards

Group Notes

2009-10-23

The SML XLink Reference Scheme

The Service Modeling Language specification extends the Extensible Mark-up Language and XML Schema with a mechanism for incorporating into XML documents references to other documents or document fragments. This technical note addresses the construction of an SML reference scheme based on the XML Linking Language.

2009-06-30

Framework for SML EPR-Based Reference Schemes