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THE GENERATION OF A WIRELESS STUDENT AUTOMATION SYSTEM

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Today most web clients are PCs, but according to Meta group “By 2003 over 50% of internet access will be non-PCs”. XML offers a widely adopted standard way of representing text and data in a format that can be processed without much human or machine intelligence. Information formatted in XML can be exchanged across platforms, languages, and applications, and can be used with a wide range of development tools and utilities. In this study we developed a Turkish tool supplying various student information on the WAP platform for the undergraduates of Istanbul University. First of all, the data obtained from different student offices has been converted to the XML documents, and then they are performed as a WML document for the integration to the WAP technology.

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The Generation Of A Wireless Student Automation System
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