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What is XML eXtensible Mark-up Language

Handbook of Research on Developments in E-Health and Telemedicine: Technological and Social Perspectives
The Extensible Mark-up Language is a general-purpose mark-up language. W3C(World Wide Web Consortium) recommend to use information systems share structured data, particularly via the internet.
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Technical Perspective for the E-Health Care Management of Adaptive Collaboration Based on Authentication Roaming Between Different Certificate Authorities
Masakazu Ohashi (Chuo University, Japan) and Mayumi Hori (Hakuoh University, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-670-4.ch007
The purpose of our study is to incorporate the authentication roaming technology with existing social infrastructures from the perspective of users instead of that of service providers. By conducting experiments in the Business to Consumer (B to C) environment, our research demonstrated and confirmed the effectiveness of the authentication roaming technology to realize a safe and convenient network society. This technology contributes to the construction of a citizen-centric, reassuring system especially for community medicine and healthcare by proposing a cooperation system for the medical information services based on the XML Web Services technology. Our aims to enable patients and residents to access a variety of essential information for maintaining good health and preventing diseases and enable them to make an educated decision regarding the treatment they may receive in case of illness.
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