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Balisage 2013 Schedule At A Glance

Monday, August 5, 2013

9:00 International Symposium on Native XML User Interfaces

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

8:00 Breakfast
8:00 Conference Registration — Mezzanine Level outside Mont Blanc Conference Room
9:00 Conference Opening
9:15 The semantics of “semantic” B. Tommie Usdin
9:45 icXML: Accelerating a commercial XML parser using SIMD and multicore technologies Nigel Medforth, Dan Lin, Kenneth Herdy, Rob Cameron, & Arrvindh Shriraman
10:30 Break
11:00 Markup to generate markup to generate markup Peter Flynn
11:45 The FtanML markup language Michael Kay
12:30 Lunch
1:45 Awards and Announcements
2:00 First Person: The allure of Gothic markup Simon St. Laurent
2:45 Programming in XPath 3.0 Dimitre Novatchev
3:30 Break
4:00 (LB) Marking up changes to ISO standards: A case study Tristan Mitchell, & Nigel Whitaker Hypermedia services, loosely coupled Jonathan Robie, Rob Cavicchio, Rémon Sinnema, & Erik Wilde
4:45 (LB) What it is vs. how we shall: complementary agendas for data models and architectures David Dubin, Megan Senseney, & Jacob Jett My document object model can do more than yours Alain Couthures
6:30 Social Event - Hosted by MarkLogic
Pizza Party in Resto Pub Serge Henri (in Hotel Europa)

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

8:00 Breakfast
8:30 Conference Registration — Mezzanine Level outside Mont Blanc Conference Room
9:00 Processing XForms in HTML5-enabled browsers Tobias Niedl & Anne Brüggemann-Klein
9:45 The case for authoring and producing books in (X)HTML5 Sanders Kleinfeld
10:30 Break
11:00 Semantic profiling using indirection Ari Nordström
11:45 The XML info space Hans-Jürgen Rennau
12:30 Lunch
and "Balisage Bluff — an Entertainment"
2:00 First Person: Where did all the document kids go? Matt Patterson
2:45 Invisible XML Steven Pemberton, CWI, Amsterdam
3:30 Break
4:00 Collecting and curating slide sets Alan Bilansky Using XSD import, include, and redefine in the MailXML logistics system Dianne Kennedy
4:45 (LB) Igel: Comparing document grammars using XQuery C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, Oliver Schonefeld, Marc Kupietz, Harald L√ľngen, & Andreas Witt (LB) A data-driven approach using XForms for building a web forms design framework Stephen Cameron & William Velasquez

Thursday, August 8, 2013

8:00 Breakfast
8:30 Conference Registration — Mezzanine Level outside Mont Blanc Conference Room
9:00 Indexing queries in Lux Michael Sokolov An extensible API for documents with multiple annotation layers Nils Diewald & Maik Stührenberg
9:45 (LB) Sociology, history and overview of Rights Metadata Standards Linda Burman Modeling overlapping structures: Graphs and serializability Yves Marcoux, C.M. Sperberg-McQueen, & Claus Huitfeldt
10:30 Break
11:00 (LB) Could authors really write in XML one day? Peter Flynn Poio API and GraF-XML Jonathan Blumtritt, Peter Bouda, & Felix Rau
11:45 Where are all the bugs? Introspection in XQuery Mary Holstege
12:30 Lunch
2:00 First Person: WebVTT versus TTML Andreas Tai
2:45 (LB) Interactive XSLT in the browser O'Neil Delpratt & Michael Kay
3:30 Break
4:00 (LB) The New W3C Publishing Activity Liam Quin
4:45 Transcending triples in semantic modeling Micah Dubinko

Friday, August 9, 2013

8:00 Breakfast
8:30 Conference Registration — Mezzanine Level outside Mont Blanc Conference Room
9:00 (LB) General Architecture for Generation of Slide Presentations, including PowerPoint, from arbitrary XML Documents Eliot Kimber What, when, where? Spatial and temporal annotations with XStandoff Maik Stührenberg
9:45 Fat Markup: Trimming the myth one calorie at a time David Lee Some assembly required: XML semantics, digital preservation, and the construction of knowledge Jerome McDonough
10:30 Break
11:00 Decision making in XSL-FO formatting Tony Graham Musical variants: Encoding, analysis and visualization Johannes Kepper, Perry Roland, & Daniel Röwenstrunk
11:45 Markup and Canada’s national model building codes Brent Nordin (LB) Transforming schemas: architectural forms for the 21st Century John Cowan
12:30 Climbing the hill C. M. Sperberg-McQueen

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