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Subject: Re: [regrep] [Deadline Tomorrow] Re: [regrep] XML2004 abstractdeadline: May 7

Title: Re: [regrep] [Deadline Tomorrow] Re: [regrep] XML2004

here it is:

Connecting the Dots: CAP and WSRP
Multiplying the Value of Open Standards by Combining CAP Standard Messaging and WSRP Standard Content
Author: Rex Brooks

The OASIS CAP (Common Alerting Protocol) specification and WSRP (Web Services for Remote Portlets) specifications define a messaging vocabulary in CAP and the combination of interfaces and semantics necessary for aggregating multiple content services in a specific portal in WSRP. By using web services as the underlying infrastructure to deliver time-critical emergency alert messages and a range of secondary information needed by the communities involved in emergency incidents these standards, when used together provide a powerful set of tools to the emergency responders, the support communities for those responders and the public affected by the incident. We will use one or more of several scenarios ranging from weather disasters to terrorist attacks to demonstrate the multiplication of value offered by combining standards.

Additionally, the ability to find appropriate related information resources or partners is supplied by the ebXML RIM and UDDI Registries enabled by those standards, making the the entire process more useful because these specifications, when used together shorten the response time and increase the effectiveness of the community response. We will show the operation of finding such resources.

This presentation will focus on demonstrating how combinations of applicatons using these standards work together and multiply the effectiveness of end-to-end services required in emergency incidents from first response to cleanup. We will show geographical information portlets and medical information portlets to demonstrate this follow-on capability.

Additionally, a set of scenarios will be shown which illustrate not only the more obvious incidents with which public health and public safety is concerned in this era of heightened safety awareness, but also show the more locally-based applications such as a generic traffic stop which can reveal information not otherwise available through the use of services enabled by these specifications.

A brief glimpse will also be provided into the ongoing work for providing follow-on aids for the implementation of these specification. Areas of ongoing work include providing a Primer for WSRP and an Implementation Guide for CAP.

This demonstration will highlight existing applications capable of working together on multiple platforms as well as utilizing standards which can operate across platforms.

(Specific application names will be supplied at a later time, pending confirmation.)


At 8:37 AM -0400 5/7/04, Carl Mattocks wrote:
Rex :

Artemis - A Semantic Web Service-based P2P Infrastructure for the
Interoperability of Medical Information

The abstract you describe is interesting but it is not attached .. please

<quote who="Rex Brooks">
> Here is the abstract I submitted this morning
> ...ARTEMIS could you send
> a url? .........
> Note the specific use I plan to make of
> ebXML/UDDI registries is to reference specific
> treatments for specific types of emergencies,
> such as fires, floods, storms, earthquakes,
> hazmat, biological agents such as small pox,
> chemical agents such as chlorine gas, explosions,
> gunshots, chain reaction automobile accidents,
> airliner crashes, etc.

Carl Mattocks

co-Chair OASIS (ISO/TS 15000) ebXMLRegistry Semantic Content SC
co-Chair OASIS Business Centric Methodology TC
v/f (usa) 908 322 8715
Semantically Smart Compendiums

Rex Brooks
GeoAddress: 1361-A Addison, Berkeley, CA, 94702 USA, Earth
W3Address: http://www.starbourne.com
Email: rexb@starbourne.com
Tel: 510-849-2309
Fax: By Request

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