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New York Associated Topics Seminar
January 27, 2003
Topic Maps is an international standard
enabling interchange of finding aids and
interconnected information items. Topic
Maps is also a methodology to organize
information in a way that becomes manageable
over the long term, and is usable immediately
to drive navigation strategies over the
Internet, the Intranet, or for publishing
purposes (on-line, but also on paper).
The New York Associated Topics Seminar
is organized jointly by Cogitech (www.cogx.com)
and Infoloom (www.infoloom.com), two companies
that are involved in designing and implementing
customer-oriented navigation solutions.
It is aimed at decision makers,
managers and project leaders who need to
understand how to take benefit of aggregated
The instructors are Michel Biezunski, an
originator of the Topic Maps paradigm and
co-editor of the standard, and Nikita Ogievetsky,
who has been actively involved in the design
of the XML version of Topic Maps. Nikita and
Michel provide consulting services to help
architecture and implement topic-maps
based corporate- wide solutions.
The focus of the seminar is on building,
aggregating and navigating Information Systems.
If you want to know what topic maps are, when
and where to use them, this is the right place.
More information about the program, price,
venue, policies at
Nikita Ogievetsky, email@example.com;
Cogitech Inc. http://www.cogx.com
Topic Maps Tutorials and Consulting.
phone: 1 (917) 406 - 8734