HyTime '98: The Fifth International HyTime Conference

From carla@isogen.com Mon Mar 30 15:05:03 1998
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 14:57:53 -0600
From: Carla Corkern <carla@isogen.com>
Newsgroups: comp.text.sgml
CC: srn@techno.com, staff@isogen.com

HyTime '98


Call for Papers

(immediately preceded by Eliot Kimber's HyTime Course)
(immediately followed by XML Developers' Day)

[Note: The "International HyTime Conference" is now called the Metastructures [1998] Conference. See the MetaStructures 1998 conference entry. -- rcc/19980528.]

The 1998 International Conference on the Application of HyTime will be held at the Le Centre Sheraton Hotel in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, during August 17-19, 1998.

HyTime is one of the SGML family of ISO standards for information representation and interchange. HyTime is the only internationally standard way to represent hypermedia documents, and, with its object structure modeling capabilities, which undergird the "grove" paradigm used in SGML, XML, and DSSSL, it is unarguably the most general, abstract, and advanced way to use SGML and XML, and to re-use the components of all kind of content information in every way.

This conference brings together HyTime users, prospective HyTime users, systems vendors, systems integrators, applications developers, consultants, and researchers to compare notes, share lore and experience, ask questions, consider answers, and have a stimulating time in a relaxed and remarkably intimate atmosphere. These annual GCA-sponsored conferences on HyTime are unique opportunities for everyone who wants to explore the cutting edge of content management methodology and technology.

For information on attending the conference, please contact the GCA at 100 Daingerfield Road, 4th Floor, Alexandria, Virginia 22314-2228 (tel: +1 703 519 8160, fax: +1 703 548 2867, Telex: 510-600-0899). The GCA's Web site is http://www.gca.org.

The conference will be preceded by Eliot Kimber's famous one-day HyTime course on August 17.

Paper abstracts and presentation proposals should be submitted to either of the conference co-chairs, Steven R. Newcomb or Carla Corkern:

Carla Corkern                      Steven R. Newcomb
ISOGEN International Corporation   TechnoTeacher, Inc.
2200 N. Lamar Street               3615 Tanner Lane
Dallas, Texas 75202 USA            Richardson, Texas 75082 USA
+1 214 953 0004 x105               +1 972 231 4098
fax +1 214 953 3152                fax +1 972 994 0087
carla@isogen.com                   mailto:srn@techno.com


Carla Corkern
Task Mistress
WWW:   www.isogen.com
Email: carla@isogen.com
Tel:   214-953-0004 x105

[Conference database entry]

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