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Poster Presentations

For the first time this year, the Symposium Program Committee has invited a few individuals to participate in poster sessions. These poster sessions are designed to provide a forum for participants to highlight and share their information and to receive technical advice from our community's leading experts. There will be a special, centrally located area for poster sessions, allowing participants ample time to walk around, review and comment.

Poster Viewing Times

Tuesday, 9 May: Wednesday, 10 May: Thursday, 11 May:
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
9:15 AM - 9:45 AM
11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Applying DITA Across the Enterprise

Achieving the full potential of DITA requires the right approach to both business processes and system architecture. To deliver the benefits of DITA across the enterprise, DITA-based solutions will have to: Handle authoring, reviewing, translation, content management, publishing & delivery; Provide access to large, dispersed groups of authors and subject matter experts; and Enable the production of variable, configurable, dynamic documents on multiple types of media. A fully integrated solution becomes even more critical for broad deployments because of the need for stable, reliable and long-term performance. In this poster, the author will present the critical capabilities of an enterprise approach to DITA.

Author: Mike Sundquist, Product Manager, PTC

Open Source, Open Standard e-Government Exchange Services

NIH eRA has implemented exchange services for Grants and other eGovernment business applications combining best of breed web services and ebXML open source components. The toolset enables government agencies and their partners to quickly configure and deploy application interchanges. The key to success is leveraging OASIS XML based technologies and standards.

Author: David Webber, Project Manager, National Institutes of Health

Supercharging the ebXML Registry with XML Persistence and Management!!!

An ebXML Registry can have a persistence mechanism called the SOA Repository for enterprises to share and store information as registered content. Per the ebXML Registry Services Specification, there are "a set of services that enable sharing of information between interested parties for the purpose of enabling business process integration between such parties based on the ebXML specifications."

Author: Premal Parikh, Lead Architect/Team Lead, Raining Data Corporation

Interoperability of Web services between J2EE and .NET: Value of WS-I Basic Profile

This poster presentation will show interoperability established between J2EE and .NET for eProfile Web service which collects profile data of HP customers. It will describe how WS-I Basic profile was used to establish this interoperability.

Author: Anjali Anagol-Subbarao, Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard

Representational Issues for Scientific Units of Measure and Quantities

Units Markup Language (UnitsML) is being developed for encoding scientific units of measure and associated quantities in XML. The development and deployment of a markup language for units will allow for the unambiguous storage, exchange, and processing of numeric data, thus facilitating the collaboration and sharing of information over the Internet.

Author: Simon Frechette, Member of the Manufacturing Systems Integration Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Multiple Platforms: Single Identity using SAML 2.0

This presentation shows how interoperability was establish between multiple platforms by establishing a circle of trust through federation using SAML 2.0.

Author: Anjali Anagol-Subbarao, Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard

Department of Defense Standards Interoperability - Past, Present, and Future

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has a long history of using electronic commerce standards, beginning with the introduction of the first DoD standard-Defense Logistics Standard Systems-to today's implementation of X12 and XML technologies. This poster presentation will describe the past, present, and future of DoD electronic commerce standards, discuss their versioning and backward-compatibility issues.

Author: Delta Pelgrim, Research Fellow, LMI

Achieving High Performance SOA

Performance of Web service and XML applications can be an Achilles Heel for SOA, impeding adoption throughout the enterprise. In this poster presentation, Alistair Farquharson, CTO of SOA Software, will explore proven approaches to achieving the kind of high performance levels that global enterprises demand from their infrastructure.

Author: Alistair Farquharson, CTO of Digital Evolution

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