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1 Structured Web Documents in XML Introduction Today HTML (hypertext markup language) is the standard language in which Web pages are written. HTML, in turn, was derived from SGML (standard generalized markup language), an international standard (ISO 8879) for the deﬁnition of device- and system-independent methods of representing information, both human- and machine-readable. Such standards are important because they enable effective communication, thus supporting technological progress and business collaboration.
Symmetry), and enumerated classes. 3 Logic Logic is the discipline that studies the principles of reasoning; it goes back to Aristotle. In general, logic offers, ﬁrst, formal languages for expressing knowledge. Second, logic provides us with well-understood formal semantics: in most logics, the meaning of sentences is deﬁned without the need to operationalize the knowledge. Often we speak of declarative knowledge: we describe what holds without caring about how it can be deduced. And third, automated reasoners can deduce (infer) conclusions from the given knowledge, thus making implicit knowledge explicit.
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