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                Call for Participation
                         for
             Extreme Markup Languages 2001

          NOTE - CONFERENCE DATES AND LOCATION HAVE CHANGED!

Highlights:
   - highly technical peer-reviewed 3.7-day conference preceded by 2
days of tutorials
   - SGML, XML, Topic Maps, query languages, linking, schemas,
transformations,  inference engines, formatting and behavior, and more
   - Submissions due by March 31, 2001
   - For more information visit www.gca.org


             Extreme Markup Languages 2001
    There's Nothing so Practical as a Good Theory

>From GCA (Alexandria, Va.) - Extreme Markup Languages brings
>together software developers, markup theorists, information
>visionaries, and other assorted geeks for formal presentations,
>poster sessions, question and answer sessions, hallway discussions,
>arguments and gesticulations in front of flip charts, table-top
>software demos, coffee, and the cuisine, ambience, and charm of
>Montréal in August. Extreme conference participants include thought
>leaders from corporate and academic information management,
>knowledge engineering, enterprise integration/corporate memory,
>science, and technical and cultural research.

There will be four types of presentations at Extreme: peer reviewed
technical papers, late breaking news, posters, and invited keynotes.
All will be new material, address some aspect of information
management from a theoretical or practical standpoint, and be
detailed and rigorous. Come join us to discuss information alchemy:
making documents into information and data into gold.

   WHEN:      August 12-17, 2001
   WHERE:     Le Centre Sheraton, Montréal, Canada
   SPONSOR:   Graphic Communications Association (GCA)
   Chairs:    Steven R. Newcomb
              B. Tommie Usdin, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
   Co-Chairs: Deborah A. Lapeyre, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
              C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, World Wide Web Consortium/MIT
                 Laboratory for Computer Sciences
   WHAT:      Call for Papers, Peer Reviewers, Posters, and Tutorials
   HOW:       Submit full papers or paper proposals to the conference
              secretariat in SGML or XML according to one of the
              submission DTDs and sent via email to: [log in to unmask]
              Guidelines for Submission and the DTDs are available by
              email: [log in to unmask]
              or at http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme

              Apply to the Peer Review panel using the form at:
              http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme/Peer/

              Submit tutorial proposals according to the instructions
              at: http://www.mulberrytech.com/Extreme/Tutorial

   SCHEDULE:  Peer Review Applications Due. . March 2, 2001
              Tutorial Proposals Due . .  . . March 16, 2001
              Paper Submission Deadline . . . March 31, 2001
              Speakers Notified . . . . . . . May 14, 2001
              Revised Papers Due. . . . . . . June 18, 2001
              Tutorials . . . . . . . . . . . August 12-13, 2001
              Conference  . . . . . . . . . . August 14-17, 2001

QUESTIONS:  Email to [log in to unmask] or call Tommie Usdin
              +1 301/315-9631
MORE INFORMATION: For updated information on the program and plans for
             the conference as they develop, see http://www2.gca.org/extreme/


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Mulberry Technologies, Inc.                http://www.mulberrytech.com
17 West Jefferson Street                           Phone: 301/315-9631
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Rockville, MD  20850                                 Fax: 301/315-8285
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