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Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 11:00:47 +0400 (MSD)
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  Peter - thank you very much for your good answer.    (01)

  Sorry - I have not time to take part in our discussion in full scale I would 
like to. I am running here the mixture of biz intelligence/computer linguistics 
projects like race dog ...    (02)

  But I watch it as much as I can.    (03)

  Vladimir    (04)

>fyi ...
>[ thought members here will find this post interesting and 
>encouraging.  -ppy ]
>-------- Original Message --------
>Subject: RE: [ubl] FYI: Article - OASIS Proposes Standard for Business 
>Documents (But will companies adopt common language that crosses 
>Date: Sat, 17 May 2003 08:52:56 +1000
>From: "Steve Capell" <steve.capell@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: "'Grimley Michael J NPRI'" <GrimleyMJ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,  "'UBL 
>\(E-mail\)'" <ubl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Here's my take on that article:
>The value of UBL is not in the collection of horizontal documents such
>as order & invoice.  The value is in the naming and design rules
>methodology that is harmonised with UN/CEFACT core components.  OAG,
>xCBL, RosettaNet, and many other horizontal and vertical standards are
>also moving toward harminisation of core components.
>The difficulty in cross-industry collaboration is not whether the
>document is this format or that (syntax issue) - the real problem is 
>in the meaning of the content (semantic issue).  Harmonisation of 
>semantics through efforts such as UN/CEFACT core components (and the 
>W3C "semantic web" for that matter) is the key to interoperability. 
>UBL provides by far the best example of a message construction 
>methodology that leads to improved semantic interoperability.
>If all the different industry standards kept their libraries of 
>business messages but used the UBL naming & design rules as a 
>"reference implementation" as they move towards harmonisation of the 
>components (building blocks such as an <address> element) then UBL 
>will have been an outstanding success.
>Steve Capell
>Sydney, Australia
>Tel : +61 410 437854
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Grimley Michael J NPRI [mailto:GrimleyMJ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Saturday, 17 May 2003 3:24 AM
>To: UBL (E-mail)
>Subject: [ubl] FYI: Article - OASIS Proposes Standard for Business
>Documents (Bu t will companies adopt common language that crosses
>Thank You,
>Michael Grimley
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           Regards    (06)

  P bI K O B  B. B.  MOCKBA    (07)

 Vladimir Rykov, PhD in Computational Linguistics,
 Engl. http://www.blkbox.com/~gigawatt/rykov.html
 Tel +7-903-749-19-99    (08)

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(http://mail.yandex.ru/monitoring/).    (09)

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