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HyTime Meeting Announcement

Lou Burnard-7
[ Extracted from MUSIC-RESEARCH bulletin board ]
Music-Research Digest       Sun, 22 Jul 90       Volume 5 : Issue  70

Today's Topics:
      meeting announcment for Hypertext and Time-based documents
                        MuTeX - how to get it
                          My MuTeX Request.
                       Strange attractors,Music


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Date: 18 Jul 90 15:04:28 GMT
From: "Victor A. Riley" <var%iris.brown.edu%[hidden email]>
Subject: meeting announcment for Hypertext and Time-based documents
To: music-research@prg
Message-ID: <[hidden email]>

NOTICE: Due to a mixup, the original meeting's notice was mailed
out rather than the notice of this adjournment (extension) of
that meeting.  THIS IS THE CORRECT NOTICE!


X3V1.8M MUSIC IN INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (MIPS) COMMITTEE
      operating under the rules and procedures of the
           American National Standards Institute
                    X3V1.8M Secretariat:
                c/o Larry Austin, President
               The Computer Music Association
                       P. O. Box 1634
          San Francisco, California 94101-1634 USA

MEETING NOTICE DRAFT AGENDA - Adjournment of THIRTEENTH MEETING

MEETING NOTICE:

     Meeting times:

                  Tuesday, July 24, 1990, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
                  Wednesday, July 25, 1990, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
                  Thursday, July 26, 1990, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
                  Friday, July 27, 1990, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM.


     Meeting Host:

          Graphic   Communications    Association,    Marion
          Elledge, Director, Information Technologies

     Meeting Location:

          Graphic Communications Association
          1730 North Lynn Street
          Suite 604
          Arlington, Virginia 22209-2085
          703/841-8160 (fax 703/841-8178)


WRITTEN CONTRIBUTIONS

     There  is  no  mailing  of  papers  accompanying   this
     announcement,  since this is merely an extension of the
     June 11-14 meeting.  However, if you wish your paper(s)
     to  be  distributed at the meeting, please send them to
     Vice-chairman Steven R. Newcomb before July  15,  1990.
     His  address  is:  Center for Music Research, School of
     Music,  Florida  State  University,   Tallahassee,   FL
     32306-2098  USA.   In  any  case,  your  paper  will be
     included in the next regular mailing.

     A new version of portions of X3V1.8M/SD-7, the  Journal
     of  Development  for  the  HyTime Hypermedia/Time-based
     Document Representation Language, will  be  distributed
     and  reviewed  at  the  meeting.  This new version will
     reflect the work done at  the  June  11-14  meeting  on
     hyperlinks, etc.

ABOUT OUR HOST, THE GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION (GCA)

     The  Graphic   Communications   Association   organizes
     several  conferences  each  year intended to inform and
     serve the needs of the entire community  of  publishers
     and  the  systems  makers  who  serve them.  The GCA is
     particularly interested in promoting the development of
     powerful  standards  for  the representation of various
     kinds of documents, including both musical  and  hyper-
     media documents.



NOTES TO NEW PARTICIPANTS/OBSERVERS:

     1.   Prospective members and observers are  welcome  at
          any  time  to participate in the current technical
          work of the committee.  (You can be most effective
          in  conveying your viewpoint if you can present it
          in the context of the current  work  --  in  other
          words,  please be familiar with X3V1.8M/SD-6, SD-7
          and SD-8.  If you don't have these,  they  can  be
          obtained  for  a  nominal  charge from the X3V1.8M
          Secretariat.) New participants are also  urged  to
          obtain  and  read  ISO  8879 (Standard Generalized
          Markup Language).  ISO 8879 is not obtainable from
          the  committee's  secretariat;  it can be obtained
          from  Graphic  Communications  Association,   1730
          North  Lynn Street, Suite 604, Arlington, Virginia
          22209-2085, for $67.50 (156 pp.).  You should also
          obtain International Standard ISO 8879:1986/Amend-
          ment 1 from the same organization.

     2.   As usual, a portion of the  second  day's  meeting
          (Wednesday)  has  been  set  aside for persons who
          wish to address the committee on topics  of  their
          own  choosing,  relating  to the subject matter or
          methodology of the committee's work.

     3.   New participants are asked (but not  required)  to
          inform  Charles  Goldfarb  (c/o  Debbie Perez, IBM
          Almaden Research Center,  408/927-2577)  or  Steve
          Newcomb (Florida State University Center for Music
          Research,  Tallahassee,  FL  32306-2098,  904/644-
          5786) if they plan to attend.

DRAFT AGENDA:

     Tuesday

          Administrative matters, including: Opening, Appro-
          val  of Agenda, Attendance (including introduction
          of new  participants).   Schedule  for  Fourteenth
          meeting,  now tentatively scheduled at IBM Almaden
          Research Center, San Jose, CA., November 12  -  16
          (adjournment  at  1:00  pm  on  the  16th),  1990.
          Technical  work  will  include  a  review  of  the
          changes  to  SD-7,  particularly  clause 7 (hyper-
          links), made at the June 11-14 meeting.

     Wednesday

          Development of an  operating  model  of  a  HyTime
          implementation.   HyTime  engines  and their rela-
          tionship to SGML parsers, etc.

     Thursday

          Operating model of HyTime implementation,  contin-
          ued.

     Friday

          Operating model of HyTime implementation,  contin-
          ued.

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