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   Re: [xml-dev] Utilizing the Web's Whole Information Space, i.e., Mechani

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On 1/20/06, Costello, Roger L. <costello@mitre.org> wrote:

> What other fundamental mechanisms/patterns are there on the Web today, that
> contribute to the whole information space?  /Roger

If you're going to look at an "information space" then you've got to
first define exactly what that is so that you can determine what is in
or not in the space. So, first you need to decide what the real
fundamentals of your information space are:  HTTP, URIs, HTML, XML,
etc. Once you've determined this then then you can figure out what can
be derived from those primitives.  Eg. are protocols other than HTTP
included? Are transports other than TCP/IP included?

Peter Hunsberger


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