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Subject:Re: CDM - From:Robert Bononno <bononno -at- ACF2 -dot- NYU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 6 Oct 1993 21:26:25 -0400
> I am researching electronic technical manuals.
> I heard that the U.S. Department of Defense has created the
> CDM (Content Data Model) standard based on SGML.
> Does anyone know from where I can get some more information on CDM?
> All pointers and references are appreciated.
Have you tried the comp.txt.sgml list? They'd know for sure. They've got
an archive site in Norway, where all the sgml files are kept.