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Extreme Markup Languages 2006 Program Now Available

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The program for Extreme Markup Languages 2006 is now available at:

Topics at Extreme 2006 will range from XSLT, RDF, XPath, Ropic Maps,
XML schema languages, overlap, SGML, and metadata to design and
promulgation of tag sets.

Presentations that may be of particular interest to readers of
comp.text. xml include:

"XML for publishing" by Joseph V. Gangemi
"Representing discourse models in RDF" by Erik Hennum
"Metadata enrichment for digital preservation" by David Dubin,
Joel Plutchak & Joe Futrelle
"A natural-language approach to modeling: Why is some XML so
difficult to write?" by Yves Marcoux

Pre-conference tutorials that may be of particular interest to readers
of comp.text. xml include:
"Introduction to Open Document Format" by J. David Eisenberg
"XML Schema Languages" by John Cowan
"Introduction to XPath 2.0 (for those who know XPath 1.0)" by
Wendell A. Piez and Deborah A. Lapeyre
"Introduction to XSLT 2.0" by Norman Walsh


Extreme is an open marketplace of theories about markup and all the
that they support or that support them: the difficult cases in
linguistics, transformation, searching, indexing, storage and
the things you wish you could do in XML so much that you're thinking
creating your own markup system. At Extreme, markup enthusiasts gather
each year to trade in ideas, not to convince management to buy new
Extreme actively seeks controversy, not just the same old applications.

WHEN: August 7-11, 2006
WHERE: Montréal, Canada

General information on Extreme:

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