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   WET ICE Workshop on Integrating XML and Distributed Object Technologies

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  • From: matt@veosystems.com
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Tue, 2 Mar 1999 01:42:13 +0000 ()

> Call for Participation to one of the workshops of WET ICE
> 	IEEE 8th International Workshops on Enabling Technologies:
> 		Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises.
> 	16-18 June 1999
> Stanford University, California USA
> For more information: http://www.ida.liu.se/conferences/WETICE/
> ______________________________________________________
> WET ICE Workshop on Integrating XML and Distributed Object Technologies
> For more information: http://www.cerc.wvu.edu/workshop2/xmlobjects.html
> Call for Papers and Workshop Description
> The Internet world is being transformed before our eyes as open standards
> such as
> XML are being rapidly adopted. The XML technologies are being seen as
> harbinger of various new functionality in numerous domains ranging from
> electronic commerce to electronic publishing to healthcare delivery to
> manufacturing to
> insurance. Various object-oriented technologies and standards such as Java,
> CORBA and DCOM have also progressed rapidly in the past few years. At this
> time,
> the industry and academia are seriously looking at the intersection of these
> technologies and what it means to the future of the object-web paradigm.
> This
> workshop aims to bring together participants who are seriously investigating
> the combined use of these technologies to support practical application
> needs
> in a variety of domains. The goal of this workshop is to investigate how XML
> and Distributed Object technologies such as Java, CORBA and DCOM can be
> integrated leveraging the strengths each have to offer.
>      Integrating XML and Distributed Object technologies
>      Advances in XML: DOM, SAX, XSL, Schemas, XLink as it relates to Objects
>      Advances in CORBA 3.0, Java, DCOM as it relates to XML
>      Tools and utilities that facilitate integration of XML and
> object-technologies
>      Application of XML and Object technologies in E-commerce, Finance,
> Healthcare,
> 	Publishing, Insurance and Manufacturing and System Integration. The
> 	purpose of these examples should be to show specific successful integration
> 	approaches of XML and objects.
> Workshop Chairs:
> V. "Juggy" Jagannathan
> Concurrent Engineering Research Center
> West Virginia University
> P.O. Box 6506
> Morgantown, WV, USA 26506-6506
> Email: juggy@cerc.wvu.edu
> Matthew Fuchs
> Veo Systems, Inc.
> Email: matt@veosystems.com
> ____________________________________________________________________________
> ______
> About WET ICE
> WET ICE is an annual, international forum for state-of-the-art research in
> enabling
> technologies for collaboration.
> WET ICE '99 will consist of parallel, three-day workshops on different
> topics related
> to collaboration technology. Each workshop will include paper presentations
> and working
> group discussions, with additional joint keynote sessions and a final joint
> session
> to summarize each groups' findings.
> What sets WET ICE apart from larger conferences is that the workshops are
> kept
> small enough to promote fruitful discussions on the
> latest technology developments, directions, problems, and requirements. Each
> group
> will produce a summary report which will appear in the post-proceedings to
> be published
> by IEEE Computer Society Press.

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