extensible language


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extensible language

[ik′sten·sə·bəl ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language which can be modified by adding new features or changing existing ones.
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Moscow: The Bank of Russia has released its core taxonomy necessary for non-bank financial organisations (NFO) as they migrate to XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language), an extensible language for digital business reporting.
An extensible language pack framework allows for easy addition of full NLP/sentiment support of additional languages in the future.
An Adobe executive in 1996 said, "The XML standard will make searching, reusing, and exchanging electronic content much easier, enabling businesses to implement more efficient electronic commerce, content management, and mission-critical publishing solutions." The CEO of Arbortext said, "Arbortext strongly believes in XML's potential as the standard for structured information delivery over the Web." CNET's director of software engineering said, "CNET is extremely excited about the potential of XML both as a single format for publishing and as an extensible language for the aggregation and exchange of content."
But an extensible language like XML allows for adjustment and growth.
Topics will include information retrieval, Big Data management, data warehouses and data mining, natural language processing, and XML and other extensible languages.

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