Definition of Standard generalized markup language
1. Noun. (computer science) a standardized language for the descriptive markup of documents; a set of rules for using whatever markup vocabulary is adopted.
Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
Generic synonyms: Markup Language
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Literary usage of Standard generalized markup language
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1. Electronic Government: Challenges to Effective Adoption of the Extensible by David L. McClure (2003)
"It is a subset of the well-established standard generalized markup language, which was approved and published by the International Organization for ..."
2. Energy Efficiency: Challenges and Trends for Electric Utilities (1993)
"standard generalized markup language, the grammar behind the more familiar hypertext markup language, is a meta-standard. 3. Consider an analogy to human ..."
3. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"The specification was refined in 1993/94 by Dan Connelly who wrote the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and Document Type Definition (DTD) ..."
4. Public Access to Government Information in the 21st Century: Hearings Before by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"His presentation on "The Government Printing Office and the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) Experience" at the Department of Defense (DoD) ..."
5. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"... standard generalized markup language (SGML); and Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP) 1106 Center for Net Shape Manufacturing (CNSM) ..."