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October 4th, 2002
deadline for early registration with reduced rate

 


DocEng 2001



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Computer-based systems for creating, distributing, and analyzing documents are one of the centerpieces of the new "Information Society." Documents are no longer static, physical entities. New document technology allows us to create globally interconnected systems that store information drawn from many media and deliver that information as active documents that adapt to the needs of their users. Furthermore, document technologies like XML are having a profound impact on data modeling in general because of the way they bridge and integrate a variety of paradigms (database, object-oriented, and structured document).

Document engineering is an emerging discipline within computer science that investigates systems for documents in any form and in all media. Like software engineering, document engineering is concerned with principles, tools and processes that improve our ability to create, manage, and maintain documents.

Keynote Speaker

L. Peter Deutsch - Aladdin Enterprises
"Engineering Broad-Spectrum Document Software: Lessons from Ghostscript"

Organizing Committee

Ethan Munson
(General Chair)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
munson@cs.uwm.edu
Richard Furuta
(Program Chair)
Texas A&M, USA
furuta@cs.tamu.edu
Jonathan I. Maletic
(Program Chair)
Kent State University, USA
jmaletic@cs.kent.edu
Tom Phelps
(Publicity Chair)
University of California Berkeley, USA
phelps@cs.berkeley.edu
   










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