XML [~serialization] and Objects

Bill la Forge b.laforge at jxml.com
Tue Sep 29 22:21:05 BST 1998

>In the general case I'd go so far as to say that _some_ elements
>represent a "thing", and many don't.  Existing DTDs aren't all done
>with a particular object modeling paradigm, and so on.  One can't
>deduce which elements represent objects, which represent properties,
>which represent actions, and so forth without a data model in hand.

Yes, we need a data model to effectively process documents 
conforming to a particular DTD. 

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