Three Access Language Paradigms

Eve L. Maler elm at
Thu Nov 20 19:16:30 GMT 1997

At 12:21 AM 11/20/97 -0500, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
>> 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
>the processing chains that end at some computer interaction medium 
>(e.g. a printer or screen). 

Other names for this that I've heard (and sometimes used):

o Deliverable
o Presentation instance (not as good for non-rendered information)


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