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Force resolution
The structure of an XML document is defined by a DTD
(Document Type Definition), an XML specification based
on suitable meta-tags; a document that respects a specific
DTD is said to be valid. Consequently, a DTD induces a
class of documents, i.e. the class of all valid documents
with regard to the specific DTD.
Design rationale
Distributed applications share the same DTD schema.
DeMers, M.N. (2002) Fundamentals of GIS , 2nd edn, John Wiley & Sons.
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