Scientific Programming

Scientific Programming / 2003 / Article

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Volume 11 |Article ID 314624 |

Alex Verstak, Naren Ramakrishnan, Layne T. Watson, Jian He, Clifford A. Shaffer, Kyung Kyoon Bae, Jing Jiang, William H. Tranter, Theodore S. Rappaport, "BSML: A Binding Schema Markup Language for Data Interchange in Problem Solving Environments", Scientific Programming, vol. 11, Article ID 314624, 26 pages, 2003.

BSML: A Binding Schema Markup Language for Data Interchange in Problem Solving Environments

Received28 Jul 2003
Accepted28 Jul 2003


We describe a binding schema markup language (BSML) for describing data interchange between scientific codes. Such a facility is an important constituent of scientific problem solving environments (PSEs). BSML is designed to integrate with a PSE or application composition system that views model specification and execution as a problem of managing semistructured data. The data interchange problem is addressed by three techniques for processing semistructured data: validation, binding, and conversion. We present BSML and describe its application to a PSE for wireless communications system design.

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