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Re: [xml-dev] Notable declarative expressions?

Yes, but that's such a broad definition as to be almost useless, isn't it?

On 12/20/16, Costello, Roger L. <costello@mitre.org> wrote:
> u123724 wrote:
>> XML Schema is a language for describing a grammar,
>> not a "data model"
> Recently I saw this definition of "model":
> 	The difference between a model and
>  	an instance is that a model represents
>  	a set of instances.
> Under that definition, it seems reasonable to call an XML Schema a "data
> model" since one XML Schema is created and it represents a set of XML
> instances.
> Do you agree?
> /Roger

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