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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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span xml:lang="ENLack of enough stadiums has indeed been a big challenge for the last two seasons following the closure of Nyayo and City Stadiums for renovation, a fact that put inconsiderate pressure to Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos, Moi Stadium in Kisumu and the Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani.
Liquid XML Editor is an XML toolkit and IDE, containing all the tools needed for designing and developing XML applications, including an XML Editor, XML Schema Editor, WSDL Editor, Web Service Tools etc.
If you're becoming intrigued by XML and would like to try your hand at it, there are free tutorials available on the W3-Schools site.
Conventional approaches for searching XML fragments take into consideration both keywords and logical structure of XML documents using traditional information retrieval techniques [5].
But what they shy away from is that the relational model of data and the structure of XML are seemingly irreconcilable.
"The latest additions to 2.0 round out X-Hive/DB and help us to fulfill our goal of offering the most complete native XML database." explains X-Hive CEO/CTO and co-founder, Jeroen van Rotterdam.
XMLCapture Suite converts both existing Adobe PDF and paper documents into XML through an intuitive WYSIWYG interface.
The suite consists of the XML Spy 4.0 Integrated Development Environment (IDE), the XML Spy 4.0 XSLT Designer and the XML Spy 4.0 Document Editor.
Instead of being presentation oriented, as with HTML (in browsers) and PDF (in print and viewed by Acrobat Reader), XML enhances document content management while still enabling a variety of software programs to handle presentation and publication.
For this purpose we attempted to develop a unitary procedure for input/output operations on XML files.
Melissa Webster, Program vice president for Content and Digital Media Technologies at IDC said, "Business users use Microsoft Word for authoring and they've been very reluctant to adopt the specialized XML authoring tools that were designed for technical communicators.
That said, two major XML definitions are assured to survive: OpenOffice/StarOffice's OpenDocument format (ODF) and Office Open XML (OOXML).