Integrated Object Modeling for Web-Based XML Application Documents
For having various applications, XML is widely used in various fields. But, there has not been a system to integrate and manage XML and its applications together. In this paper, we propose methods to integrate web-based XML applications(SMIL, RDF, WIDL) and for object-oriented modeling of each DTD and document instance. We propose a system to merge object modeling of XML applications. With the proposed integrating algorithm, we can not only easily analysis various web-based XML applications which are represented by complex tags, but also generate object-oriented schema for each document and store it to OODBMS.
KeywordsResource Description Framework Class Diagram Case Diagram Member Function Document Instance
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