[unrev-II] XSL and Groves

From: Jack Park (jackpark@thinkalong.com)
Date: Sun Sep 30 2001 - 11:31:41 PDT

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    W.Eliot Kimber is one of the authors of this paper (there are more papers
    at the isogen.com site).

    "Describes how the authors applied an XSLT engine (4Suite's Python XSL
    package) to the processing of arbitrary groves and abstract hyperdocuments
    managed by a generic link management system developed by DataChannel.
    This implementation experience demonstrates that it is both easy and useful
    to bind XSL processing not just to XML DOMs to but groves of any sort as
    well as to more abstract business objects, in this case, abstract
    Discusses the grove- and hyperlinking-specific XSL and XPath extensions
    created, how XPath expressions were bound to groves and hyperdocuments, and
    the details of how the implementation was accomplished. Discusses possible
    future directions and potentials. Provides samples of working
    hyperdocuments, style sheets, and the resulting output."

    Groves, or Grove-like implementations (e.g. NODAL by Lee Iverson) are
    presently thought to be of great importance to the root structures of any DKR.


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