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Monday, August 11, 2008

9:00 International Symposium on Versioning XML Vocabularies and Systems

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

9:15 Conference Opening
9:45 Cool versus useful B. Tommie Usdin    Link to Proceedings
10:30 Break
11:00 REST Oriented Architectures (ROA): Taking a resourceful approach to web data Kurt Cagle    Link to Proceedings
11:45 Informal ontology design: A wiki-based assertion framework Murray Altheim    Link to Proceedings
12:30 Lunch
2:00 (FP) XML: It was not televised after all... Eduardo Gutentag    Link to Proceedings
2:45 Optimized Cartesian product: A hybrid approach to derivation-chain checking in XSD 1.1 Maurizio Casimirri, Paolo Marinelli, & Fabio Vitali    Link to Proceedings
3:30 Break
4:00 (FP) Office Suite Markup: Is It Worthwhile? Patrick Durusau    Link to Proceedings
7:00 Nocturnes and Impromptus: Details on site

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

9:00 Topic maps in near-real time Sam Hunting    Link to Proceedings SGF: An integrated model for multiple annotations and its application in a linguistic domain Maik Stührenberg & Daniela Goecke    Link to Proceedings
9:45 Using Atom categorization to build dynamic applications Alex Milowski    Link to Proceedings (LB) An event-centric API for processing concurrent markup Oliver Schonefeld    Link to Proceedings
10:30 Break
11:00 (LB) xmlsh - a command language (shell) based on the philosophy of the Unix Shells, designed for XML David A. Lee    Link to Proceedings Discontinuity in TexMecs, Goddag structures, and rabbit/duck grammars C. M. Sperberg-McQueen & Claus Huitfeldt    Link to Proceedings
11:45 (LB) State of the art on streaming: Why W3C XProc, W3C XSLT WGs and ISO SC34 WG 1 are looking closely at streaming? Mohamed Zergaoui    Link to Proceedings Graph characterization of overlap-only TexMecs and other overlapping markup formalisms Yves Marcoux    Link to Proceedings
12:30 Lunch
2:00 (FP) Dirty laundry: Committee disasters, what happened, what we learned Jon Bosak, Patrick Durusau, Mavis Cournane, James David Mason, David Orchard, & Lauren Wood.    Link to Proceedings
3:30 Break
4:00 (LB) Beyond the Semantic Web: the Semantic Space Pierre Lévy    Link to Proceedings
7:00 Nocturnes and Impromptus: Details on site

Thursday, August 14, 2008

9:00 (LB) Reconsidering Conventional Markup for Knowledge Representation David Dubin & David J. Birnbaum    Link to Proceedings Hybrid parallel processing for XML parsing and schema validation Yu Wu, Qi Zhang, Zhiqiang Yu, & Jianhui Li    Link to Proceedings
9:45 (LB) Linking Page Images to Transcriptions with SVG Hugh A. Cayless    Link to Proceedings The Apache Qpid XML Exchange: High-speed, reliable enterprise messaging using open standards and open source Jonathan Robie    Link to Proceedings
10:30 Break
11:00 An onion of documents and metadata D. Matthew Kelleher, Albert J. Klein, & James David Mason    Link to Proceedings
11:45 Structural metadata and the social limitation of interoperability: A sociotechnical view of XML and digital library standards development Jerome McDonough    Link to Proceedings
12:30 Lunch
2:00 (FP) Parser possibilities: Why write a markup parser? Norman E. Smith    Link to Proceedings
2:45 Properties of schema mashups: dynamicity, semantic, mixins, hyperschemas Philippe Poulard    Link to Proceedings
3:30 Break
4:00 (LB) Hypertext Links and Relationships in XML Databases Anne Brüggemann-Klein & Lorenz Singer    Link to Proceedings Secure publishing using schema-level role-based access control policies for fragments of XML documents Tomasz Müldner, Robin McNeill, & Jan Krzysztof Miziołek    Link to Proceedings
7:00 Nocturnes and Impromptus: Details on site

Friday, August 15, 2008

9:00 Putting it all in context: Context and large-scale information sharing with Topic Maps Peter F. Brown    Link to Proceedings
9:45 Translation between RDF and Topic Maps: Divide and translate Christo Dichev, Darina Dicheva, Boriana Ditcheva, & Mike Moran    Link to Proceedings
10:30 Break
11:00 Freedom to constrain: Where does attribute constraint come from, Mommy? Syd Bauman    Link to Proceedings
11:45 Text retrieval of XML-encoded corpora: A lexical approach Liam R.E. Quin    Link to Proceedings
12:30 But wait, there’s more! C. M. Sperberg-McQueen    Link to Proceedings

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