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HumanML, the Human Markup Language
Contributed by: Virtuous Lady, at 1/26/2006 10:42:00 PM.

"HumanML is a new specification being developed by the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).1 Work on HumanML migrated to a Technical Committee of OASIS after initially beginning independently in an ad hoc Yahoo Groups mailing list. Evolved from the informal practice of using emoticons to improve communication in a world of text-based e-mail, news groups and chat rooms, HumanML is aimed toward a more formal representation of human characteristics (e.g., cultural, physical, psychological, etc.). It is focused on enhancing the fidelity of human communication by providing machine processable subtext through the use of extensible markup language (XML).2 As such, the markup artifacts are buried within the digital document and normally hidden from view much as markup for Web (HTML) documents or those of other applications ( .doc, .ppt, .xls, .pdf, .odt, etc.)."

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