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Subject: Re: [regrep] Fw: DAMA-NCR Metatopia 2004 CALL FOR PAPERS

David :

Agreed - good audience for our efforts. I will help you out all I can.
(I have met John Zachman several times as a co-speaker at other DAMA events).


<quote who="David RR Webber">
> Team,
> Since this is in my backyard - I'd be interested in submitting one
> or more joint papers on the work of the SCM SC / Registry
> and then presenting.
> These folks are Metadata gurus - so I'm expecting good fit
> with our work - and the conference is well attended by
> core movers in this whole area.
> My focus is naturally submitting one presentation on
> SCM noun dictionary / business catalogue / CAM,
> but several other topics beckon from our use cases.
> We have till April 25th to create abstracts for the submission.
> Thanks, DW.
> =============================================
> Message text written by INTERNET:DAMANCRAdm@aol.com
> DAMA-NCR Presents
> Metatopia 2004:
> A Symposium On Metadata and Data Management
> In cooperation with  TBA
> Dates: November 4 & 5, 2004
> Location: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, DC
> Theme: Govern and Sustain Your Enterprise Architecture
> Keynote Speakers: John Zachman and Jeff Tash
> We define Metatopia as ?oThe ideal world where all data are well
> managed.?
> Attendance at the 2001 conference was outstanding even though it was held
> only
> weeks after the tragic events of 9-11. It was followed by the 2003
> conference,
> made successful with the support of volunteers from the National Capital
> Region Chapter of the Data Management Association. Now, for 2004, we
> expect
> nothing
> less than a record-breaking event in terms of world class speakers and
> attendees! Come to Metatopia 2004 in Washington, D.C. to learn about the
> latest
> successful data management strategies and hear first hand from leading
> industry
> visionaries, engineers, and practitioners about their experiences and
> emerging
> trends. Enjoy the pleasures and sites in our nation's capital and the
> attractions in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. Find out why
> DAMA-NCR is one of
> the world?Ts leading data management chapters.
> You are invited to participate by attending the conference or by
> contributing
> a presentation. The symposium will bring together product engineers from
> vendors, academics, consultants, and leading practitioners interested in:
>  Participating in a forum for information exchange,
>  Engaging in the collaborative development and exchange of metadata
> content
> between metadata registries and repositories
>  Promoting, engaging, and learning about the latest state-of-the-art
> activities, developments, and technologies in the management of data and
> metadata
> standards, methods, tactics, techniques, tools, and procedures.
> Tracks: We anticipate topics that will fit into one or more of these
> tracks:
>  Standards: metadata standards, the Common Warehouse Metamodel
>  Case Studies: implementations of metadata registry standards, recent
> success
> stories in enterprise metadata management, interchange strategies, and
> enterprise data architecture
>  Issues: extensions to standards, terminology, taxonomies, XML, Future
> Trends
> and Emerging Technologies, the latest advances to advance data integration
>  Management, Integration, Data Quality, Benefits, and Emerging Trends: how
> people are deploying data management strategies to improve ROI, develop
> and
> maintain enterprise architectures, and help lower the total cost of
> ownership of
> the IT portfolio through improved data quality, data integration, data
> exchange/sharing, data reuse, cost savings, risk mitigation strategies,
> business case
> development, operational architecture developments in support of the DoD
> Framework, and bold ideas for the future...)
> Topics: Some suggested topics covered by this conference include:
>  Metadata and related standards - covering fundamental notions of data
> elements, metadata framework, meta models for metadata attributes, naming
> and
> identification issues, classification schemes, value domains, and data
> administration
>  Implementations - sharing the experiences of planned or actual metadata
> registry/repository implementations
>  Interoperability - exchanging metadata between enterprise applications
>  Data Modeling ?" latest methods, techniques, and vendor tool strategies
> to
> support collaborative modeling and model management
>  Semantic structures - organizing the thousands of linguistic expressions
> and
> concepts/terms into structured sets that can be deployed in software and
> be
> the glue that binds the enterprise application portfolio
>  Content Management and Enterprise Application Portals ?" How advances
> and
> the
> next breakthroughs in metadata management are contributing to these
> leading
> technology enablers. ? Context - accommodating the diversity of
> languages,
> naming schemes, industry vernaculars and other specific terminology
>  Object oriented technologies - extending metadata registries to better
> handle object data, such as the active attributes (behaviors, methods)
>  WEB services ?" how industry developments in J2EE and .Net may be
> impacting
> approaches to data management
>  IT enabled data standards - improving the use of design patterns to
> facilitate true reuse of data structures from international, national,
> government and
> private sources ? Enterprise Architecture ?" how data architects are
> contributing to enterprise architecture governance
>  Assemble-to-order data specifications - assembling the components in
> metadata registries into a variety of products: database designs; reports;
> transactions sets; regulations; legislation;?
>  Interchange - facilitating all types of electronic data communication
> including EDI, web enabled forms, HTML/XML documents, ...
>  XML - relating XML and metadata standards
>  Intelligent information integration - combining data from different
> sources
>  Data Integration Trends ?" how government and industry are meeting the
> challenge of achieving the ?osingle version of the truth? using various
> approaches:
> ETL vs. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) vs. Internet Data
> Integration
> (IDI) solutions.
>  Business Intelligence ?" the latest advances and trends
>  Information and Data Stewardship: tactics, techniques, policies, and
> procedures
> Submit your proposal (deadline April 25, 2004)
> Questions: www.Metatopia2004.org, Email to Metatopia2004@dama-ncr.org
> Call Tom McCullough at 703-234-6988 or Dr. Jerry Rosenbaum at (410)
> 764-1843
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