Interactive Automata in XML And Client-server Environments

Provided by: Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
In this paper, the authors introduce the new concept of interactive automata by proposing that states are not virtual elements but real objects containing useful information. They are used as models for structured data and system architecture, and then implemented in two developing environments, the XML environment and the client-server environment. These implementations produce, respectively, a generic markup language called Automata Markup Language (AML) and a client-server system, which together realize a homogeneous and uniform platform.

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