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DeepForm 1.1.1

DeepForm allows an analyst to create a document (named Model) that
specifies the structure and the contents of the XML document
containing the corporate data. DeepForm does not requires any
knowledge of the XML format by the user.

The data model creation

The application allows the user to compone his own model using a quick
and easy interface. The  analyst can create his own model by simply
combining the "basic" elements of DeepForm:

    *  fields (customizables);
    * tables;
    * sections.

DeepForm allows to create new models by using parts of other models
previuosly created. Every model is real a document taht can be added
of notes and comments by the author without using a word processor
editor.

The main component is the section which together with the sub-sections
allows to freely structure the data model in a gerarchic way. Every
section can contain fields, tables and one or more sub-sections.

DeepForm specifies the "formal" accuracy of data (syntax and type)
through the automatic generation of rules written according to the
international standard XML-Schema specified by the World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C). The generation is automatic and does not require any
previous knowledge on the XML language.

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