The semantics of Chemical Markup Language (CML): dictionaries and conventions
Townsend, Joe A.
Adams, Sam E.
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Murray-Rust, P., Townsend, J. A., Adams, S. E., Phadungsukanan, W., & Thomas, J. (2011). The semantics of Chemical Markup Language (CML): dictionaries and conventions. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/239929
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Abstract The semantic architecture of CML consists of conventions, dictionaries and units. The conventions conform to a top-level specification and each convention can constrain compliant documents through machine-processing (validation). Dictionaries conform to a dictionary specification which also imposes machine validation on the dictionaries. Each dictionary can also be used to validate data in a CML document, and provide human-readable descriptions. An additional set of conventions and dictionaries are used to support scientific units. All conventions, dictionaries and dictionary elements are identifiable and addressable through unique URIs.
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