The Examples

The next five chapters of this book will present examples of these, under the following topics:

·         Criminal Justice – The model presented here is based on the “Global Justice XML Data Model” (GJXDM), developed for the United States Department of Justice in 2007. That model (and its successor, the National Enterprise Information Model) were developed using XML. That notation is ideal for data communication, but has no ability to capture the semantics of the terms it is communicating. This model was derived from the documentation of GJXDM. It looks suspiciously like the Enterprise (Level 1) Model, although one would never suspect that, looking at the XML code of its original rendering.

·         Microbiology – The more interesting ...

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