Three Access Language Paradigms

Rick Jelliffe ricko at
Thu Nov 20 05:20:25 GMT 1997

> From: Derek Denny-Brown <ddb at>
> At 05:06 PM 11/19/97 +1100, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> >After the XML document has been parsed and groved, and auto links
> embedded, and transformations and stylesheets applied, and then
> >sent to some output device, that is the publication.
> what if the output device is a network interface for sending it to a client
> for interpretation?  i.e. it is never intended to be rendered on screen or
> paper?  

If you need a second word for this, then "publication" is available. If you
don't "document" is fine.  But usually "publication" refers to (the result of) 
the processing chains that end at some computer interaction medium 
(e.g. a printer or screen). 

Rick Jelliffe 

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