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54 SECTION 7 References 1. El-Diraby, T. A., A Semantic Architecture for the Management of tion, October 2003. AASHTO Highway Subcommittee on Mainte- Highway Construction Supply Chains, November 15, 2003, TRB 2004 nance, Resolution to Define and Adopt Common Maintenance Per- Annual Meeting CD-ROM. formance Measures, Resolution 01-07 (July 19, 2001). 2. Electronic business XML initiative, established by the United Nations 4. Daiheng Ni and John D. Leonard II, "Development of TrafficXML: Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) A Prototype XML for Traffic Simulation," Transportation Research and the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Informa- Record 1879, TRB, Washington, DC, 2004. tion Standards (OASIS). See: 5. Litton PRC, Transportation Safety Information Management Sys- 3. National ITS Architecture Executive Summary, prepared by the tem Phase I Consolidated Report, prepared for the American Asso- Architecture Development Team for Federal Highway Administra- ciation of State Highway and Transportation Officials, June 2001.