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Industry Standards
Nicole A. Morgan
HIM 410: Health Informatics: A Systems Perspective
Instructor: George Fisher
October 28, 2015

ANSI | The American National Standards Institute | ASTM | American Society for Testing and Materials | HL7 | Health Level Seven International | ISO | International Organization for Standardization | MeSH | Medical Subject Headings | SGML | Standard Generalized Markup Language | W3C | Standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). | UMLS | Unified Medical Language System | C++ | Programming Language | JAVA | set of computer software and specifications | SQL | Structured Query Language | XML | Extensible Markup Language | | |

Java is a computer software that was developed by Sun Microsystems and was acquired by Oracle Corporation. The system is for developing application software, it is a cross platform in the computer environment. Java is used in many different computer platforms for example mobile phones, supercomputers and enterprise servers. Java runs in secure environments in order to provide many features of native applications and can also be embedded in HTML pages.
SQL is the structured query language that was one of the first commercial languages for Edgar F Codd’s relational model that was influential in a 1970 paper. "A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks." SQL became one of the most widely used data base languages. SQL has become the standard of (ANSI) American National Standards Institute in 1986. In 1987 became the standard for (ISO) International Organization of Standardization. The standard has been revised and now includes a larger set of features. Even though there is a existence of standards most of SQL code is not completely portable among different database systems without some sort of adjustment.
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