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We have tried to retain the brevity of first edition. WBEM allows the management of any element in a standard and inter-operable manner. We have added enhanced WBEM architecture for heterogeneous network management. The work is based on research analysis conducted for dissertation.Intended for network professionals, research scholars,as well as strategic administrators this fascinating book can be well relied upon as the essential reference to the standards, software tools and technologies of WBEM today. We hope that this book will help you to learn Web Based Enterprise Management. Key Features: - Focus on object oriented WBEM enabled solution for heterogeneous network management - Lucid , simple and user friendly language - Enhanced content added - Completely explains established and emerging standards like xml, exi, binary xml, wbem - Updated and expanded coverage of network management - Extensive references throughout the text - Coverage of advanced systems and techniques - Presents graphical notation and methodology independent of any particular programming language
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. OpenMath is the name of a markup language for specifying the meaning of mathematical formulae. Among other things, it can be used to complement MathML, a standard which mainly focuses on the presentation of formulae, with information about their semantic meaning. OpenMath can be encoded in XML or in a binary format.OpenMath consists of the definition of "OpenMath Objects", an abstract datatype for describing the logical structure of a mathematical formula, and the definition of "OpenMath Content Dictionaries", or collections of names for mathematical concepts. The names available from the latter type of collections are specifically intended for use in extending MathML, and conversely, a basic set of such "Content Dictionaries" has been designed to be compatible with the small set of mathematical concepts defined in Content MathML, the non-presentational subset of MathML.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML-binary Optimized Packaging (XOP) is a W3C recommended convention, defined for efficient serialization of XML Information Sets that have a mix of binary and textual data, and, more generally for storing binary data in XML tags. XOP defines an XOP Infoset, which becomes the container for the mixed XML document. When an XML document is encapsulated in an XOP Infoset, all chunks of binary data are separated from the XML document and stored separately. In the XML document, an xop::Include element is added which references the new location of the binary data. When reading the original document back from the XOP Infoset, the XOP processor replaces the xop::Include tags with the actual binary data they reference.
A document file format is a text or binary file format for storing documents on a storage media, especially for use by computers. There currently exist a multitude of incompatible document file formats.A rough consensus has been established that XML is to be the basis for future document file formats. Open XML-based standards include DocBook and, more recently, the ISO/IEC standards OpenDocument, Office Open XML.In 1993 the ITU-T tried to establish a standard for document file formats, known as the Open Document Architecture which was supposed to replace all competing document file formats. It is described in ITU-T documents T.411 through T.421, which are equivalent to ISO 8613. It did not succeed.Page description languages such as PostScript and PDF have become the de facto-standard for documents that a typical user should only be able to create and read, not edit. In 2001 the PDF format has become also the international ISO/IEC standard.HTML is the most used and open international standard and it is also used as document file format. It has become also ISO/IEC standard.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A Value-added Network (VAN) is a hosted service offering that acts as an intermediary between business partners sharing standards based or proprietary data via shared Business Processes. The offered service is referred to as "Value-added Network Service".VANS traditionally transmitted data formatted as Electronic Data Interchange but increasingly they also transmit data formatted as XML or in more specific "binary" formats. VANs usually service a given vertical or industry and provide "Value Added Network Services" ("VAN Services" or VANSs) such as data transformation between formats (EDI-to-XML, EDI-to-EDI, etc.).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Xena (short for XML Electronic Normalising for Archives) is an open-source software package intended for digital preservation. It was developed by the National Archives of Australia. In contrast to server-based solutions for institutions such as DSpace, Xena can be installed on any desktop computer, offering individuals a way to avoid digital obsolescence. Xena is available free of charge under the GNU General Public License. Xena either converts files into an openly specified format, such as ODF or PNG, or else it performs ASCII Base64 encoding on binary files and wraps the output with XML metadata headers and footers. The resulting .xena file is plain text, although the content of the data itself is not directly human-readable.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In computing, XCB (X C Binding) is a C language binding for the X Window System. It is implemented as free software and aims to replace Xlib. The project was started in 2001 by Bart Massey. Xlib/XCB provides application binary interface compatibility with both Xlib and XCB, providing an incremental porting path. Xlib/XCB uses the protocol layer of Xlib, but replaces the Xlib transport layer with XCB, and provides access to the underlying XCB connection for direct use of XCB. Most distributions nowadays use Xlib/XCB for their libX11, because by opening a single connection to the X server this allows to mix usage of XCB and Xlib in an application and the libraries it uses. Secondary aims include making the C interface asynchronous, facilitating better multithreading and making extensions easier to implement (via XML protocol descriptions).
Today's Internet is accessible to diverse end devicesthrough a wide variety of network types. To react tothis diversity of usage contexts new media codecsinclude adaptation support in the codec design.Scalable media codecs enable to easily retrievedifferent qualities of the media content by simplydisregarding certain media segments. The MPEG-21Digital Item Adaptation (DIA) standard enablescodec-agnostic adaptation by specifying a set ofdescriptions in order to describe content, adaptationpossibilities and usage context in the XML domain.This book extends the DIA approach towards dynamicand distributed environments. To achieve this, novelmechanisms for fragmentation, storage and transportof XML metadata are introduced. Additionally, amechanism based on a novel binary header to enablecodec-agnostic adaptation is specified. This GenericScalability Header (GSH) enables codec-agnosticadaptation at a considerably lower performance costcompared to the DIA approach. An adaptation nodebased on these novel mechanisms is implemented andevaluated for several types of scalable media. Aconcluding discussion analyzes the results of theevaluation of both mechanisms.