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XTM2

XTM2 is the short name for Topic Maps XML Syntax, Version 2.0.

Associated Topics

Topic Maps — XML Syntax 

Edited by Lars Marius Garshol and Graham Moore.

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This part of ISO/IEC13250 defines an XML-based interchange syntax for Topic Maps, which can be used to interchange instances of the data model defined in [ISO/IEC 13250-2]. It …

A case for XTM 3.0

by Rani Pinchuk, Alexander Mikhailian, ...  

Packaging

Improvements to XTM 2.0 are suggested in this paper. First, a set of criteria is defined for evaluating those improvements. It is followed by the …


Was presented at TMRA 2008.

Topic Maps — XML Syntax (Final Draft)

by Lars Marius Garshol and Graham Moore 

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This part of ISO/IEC13250 defines an XML-based interchange syntax for Topic Maps, which can be used to interchange instances of the data model …


Onotoa - Eclipse based TMCL editor

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Onotoa is an eclipse based ontology editor for Topic Maps. It has a graphical UML-like interface and a export function for the current TMCL-draft ...

Visit homepage of Onotoa - Eclipse ...

EAC-CPF to XTM2 converter

is a {{project}}.

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The EAC-CPF to XTM2 converter is a XSLT stylesheet. The "EAC-CPF Schema":http://eac.staatsbibliothek-berlin.de/ is a standard for encoding ...

Visit homepage of EAC-CPF to XTM2 ...

Topic Maps converters

is a {{project}}.

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A set of XSL stylesheets to convert Topic Maps syntaxes. The set contains the following converters: * XTM 1.0 to CTM 1.0 * XTM 1.0 to XTM 2.0 / ...

Visit homepage of Topic Maps converters

ISO/IEC JTC1/SC 34 - Topic Maps Oslo 2010 ...

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The spring meeting 2010 of the ISO standardization committee for the Topic Maps standards. The meeting will take place in Stockholm.

Visit homepage of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC 34 ...

 

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