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    ************* Complete Program Available **************
    ************ Late Breaking Sessions Added *************
    *********** Extreme Markup Languages 2004 ************
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    The complete program for Extreme Markup Languages 2004, including late-breaking
    presentations, is available at:
    http://www.extrememarkup.com

    Extreme is a technical conference devoted to markup, markup languages, markup
    systems, markup applications, and software for manipulating and exploiting
    markup. At Extreme Markup languages software developers, tag set designers,
    librarians, computer scientists, linguists, markup theorists, taxonomists,
    publishers, lexicographers, typographers, and other XML bricklayers and
    pipefitters devote the better part of a week to discussing XML, XSLT,
    overlapping structures, topic maps, RDF, and document constraint languages such
    as DTDs and schemas.

    Presentations that focus on XSL include:
    - Achieving extensibility and reuse for XSLT 2.0 stylesheets - Fuchs
    - On mapping from colloquial XML to RDF using XSLT - Sperberg-McQueen &
    Miller
    - A simple proof for the Turing-completeness of XSLT and XQuery - Kepser
    - Second-generation stylesheet synthesis for UBL - Holman

    Pre-conference tutorials of particular interest include:
    - XPath 2.0 and XSLT 2.0, Walsh
    - The Semantic Web: Building Applications with RDF & OWL, Allemang


    Register for Extreme at:
    http://www.extrememarkup.com/extreme/2004/registration.asp

    Extreme Markup Languages 2004 http://www.extrememarkup.com
    August 2-6, 2004 mailto:
    Montreal, Canada
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