Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of T02_CSML


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    55The key subcomponents are: 
    6  * Feature Type Definitions: A set of UML conceptual models ('feature types') for a range of atmospheric and oceanographic data types relevant to key NDG Data Providers, based on the framework and components provided by ISO standards for geospatial information modelling. 
    7  * CSML itself (an application schema of GML),  built around these feature types providing a standards-based reference encoding for NDG datasets. 
     6 * Feature Type Definitions: A set of UML conceptual models ('feature types') for a range of atmospheric and oceanographic data types relevant to key NDG Data Providers, based on the framework and components provided by ISO standards for geospatial information modelling. See [wiki:CSML_FeatureTypes] 
     7 * [wiki:CSML] itself (an application schema of GML),  built around these feature types providing a standards-based reference encoding for NDG datasets. 
    88 * CSML Tools: 
    9     * A CSML 'scanner' to facilitate the production of CSML markup for some existing data file formats. 
    10     * A CSML 'parser' to demarshall a CSML document into corresponding object instances 
     9    * A CSML 'scanner' to facilitate the production of CSML markup for some existing data file formats ([wiki:CSML_Scanner]) 
     10    * A CSML 'parser' to demarshall a CSML document into corresponding object instances ([wiki:CSML_Parser]) 
    1111 *  CSML Services including: 
    1212    * A wrapper mechanism for exposing NDG data as CSML datasets. 
    1313    * A wrapper mechanism for exploiting internal and external vocabularies. 
    14  * CSML reference guide providing description and use guidelines for CSML. 
     14 * CSML reference guide providing description and use guidelines for CSML ([wiki:CSML_RefGuide]). 
    1515 * CSML Development in an international context: collaborative work with MOTIIVE, INSPIRE, the IOC, and the WMO on application schema for !MetOcean data.