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5 Addressing and Querying XML Documents 47 uky:name="John Smith" uky:department="Computer Science"/> So, namespaces are declared within an element and can be used in that element and any of its children (elements and attributes). A namespace declaration has the form: xmlns:prefix="location" where location may be the address of the DTD or schema. If a prefix is not specified, as in xmlns="location" then the location is used by default.

Berners-Lee, with M. Fischetti. Weaving the Web. San Francisco: Harper, 1999. Many introductory articles on the Semantic Web are available online. Here we list a few: • T. Berners-Lee. Semantic Web Road Map. September 1998. html>. • T. Berners-Lee. Evolvability. March 1998. html>. • T. Berners-Lee. What the Semantic Web Can Represent. September 1998. html>. • E. Dumbill. The Semantic Web: A Primer. November 1, 2000. com/pub/a/2000/11/01/semanticweb/>. • F. van Harmelen and D. Fensel. Practical Knowledge Representation for the Web.

Marek M. Truszczynski Springer 1993 0387976892 Before we turn to differences between the HTML and XML representations, let us observe a few similarities. First, both representations use tags, such as

and . Indeed both HTML and XML are markup languages: they allow one to write some content and provide information about what role that content plays. Like HTML, XML is based on tags. These tags may be nested (tags within tags).

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