I’ll use this entry as an anchor for my observations on the third day of Extreme Markup Languages. I’ll update it with a note each time a new talk begins, but I’ll add my comments on the talk in the comments section. There is a numbering scheme for the talks, to correlate to comments.
If you happen to be reading this in an aggregator, much of the meat is in the comments, so you might want to click through.
D3.1. “Principles, patterns, and procedures of XML schema design: Reporting from the XBlog project”, Anne Brüggemann-Klein, Thomas Schöpf, Karlheinz Toni
D3.2. ” Enhancing AIML Bots using semantic web technologies”, Eric Freese
D3.3. “Converting into pattern-based schemas: A formal approach”, Antonina Dattolo, Angelo Di Iorio, Silvia Duca, Antonio Angelo Feliziani, Fabio Vitali
D3.6. “Relational database preservation through XML modeling”, José Carlos Ramalho, Miguel Ferreira, Luís Francisco da Cunha Cardoso de Faria, Rui Castro
D3.7. ” Mind the Gap: Seeking holes in the markup-related standards suite”, Chris Lilley, James David Mason, Mary McRae