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ASML: Automatic Site Markup Language 1.03
Charles B. Owen, Fillia Makedon, Glen Frank, Michael Kenyon
Dartmouth PCS-TR97-309

Abstract: Creation of large and complex World Wide Web sites is hampered by the "page at a time" approach of many tools and the programming knowledge and custom software development required for automated solutions. This report describes the development of the Automatic Site Markup Language (ASML). ASML is a new markup language designed to produce large, complicated web sites which can include dynamic content. ASML extends HTML with new, high-level features while still preserving complete compatibility with common browser and server technologies. It has powerful indexing and searching facilities, and enables the automatic translation of document formats. Most importantly, ASML provides HTML-like features at the site level rather than just the page level


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