SVG Open 2004

Conference and Exhibition

Tokyo, Japan · Sept 7-10, 2004

3rd Annual Conference on Scalable Vector Graphics 日本語

Conference Schedule (Detail)

Tuesday / 7 September

North 2F Meeting Room 2 East 6F East 8F
9:00 - Registration
9:30 -
12:00
Map production with SVG for beginners
Tobias Dahinden
Yvonne Isakowski
Introduction To SVG
Douglas A. Schepers
XSLT2 Programming for SVG Applications
Kurt A Cagle
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 -
3:30
Build a wiki using SVG and Perl or php
Ronan Oger
Developing reusable XML components with SVG and sXBL
Antoine J Quint
XForms for Fun and Profit
Kurt A Cagle
3:30 - 4:00 Coffee Break
4:00 -
6:30
SVG problem-solving workshop
Ronan Oger
Developing larger SVG projects, OOP and Modularization in ECMAScript(JavaScript)
Jan-Klaas Kollhof
Scripting SVG (Clientside with ECMAScript)
Christian Wenz
Tobias Hauser
6:30 End of Course

Wednesday / 8 September

North 2F Hall East 6F East 8F
9:00 - Registration
9:30 - 10:00 Opening Keynotes — Can schemas help SVG interwork with other markup vocabularies?
Makoto Murata, International University of Japan
10:00 - 10:30 Sponsor Keynotes — Introduction of SVG Based Software for Cellular Phones
Naomi Inoue, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
Track: SVG and Web Services
Chair: Ronan Oger
A Design and Implementation of Spatial Database Based on XML-SVG
Wen Jianting
LI Yan
Jian Youguang
Track: SVG Applications
Chair: Hirotaka Ueda
Locus: A Tool for Tag-less Location Sensing on 802.11 Wireless LANs with Display in SVG
Ali Taheri
Emmanuel O Agu
Arvinder Singh
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Ola Andersson
The SVG Wow! Session
Vincent Hardy
Dean Jackson
11:30 - 12:00
Track: SVG and Web Services
Chair: Ronan Oger
THE SPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM DATABASE INTEGRATION BASED ON XML-SVG
Jian Youguang
Track: SVG Applications
Chair: Hirotaka Ueda
Simple Riches: <pattern> <opacity> <transform> & <use>
Jerrold Maddox
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Ola Andersson
Real world SVG authoring
Marc Verstaen
12:00 - 12:30
Track: SVG Applications
Chair: Hirotaka Ueda
SVG as a tool for Presentation and Communication in Business and Education
Jan-Klaas Kollhof
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Ola Andersson
Adobe / ZoomOn presents Mobile SVG Tiny the Next Wave
Jon Ferraiolo
Magnus Zetterberg
Akio Moriwaki
12:30 - 2:00 Lunch Break
2:00 - 2:30
Track: SVG and Web Services
Chair: Philip A. Mansfield
A Spatial Information Publishing Approach and Applications for Region Level "Clearing House"
LI Yan
chi guobin
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Vincent Hardy
Clinical Data to SVG scientific graphs
Johanne Jean-Baptiste
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Benoit Bezaire
SVG Editors: A Designer's Perspective
Christian Wenz
Tobias Hauser
2:30 - 3:00
Track: SVG and Web Services
Chair: Philip A. Mansfield
Making SVG a Web Service in a Message-based MVC Architecture
Xiaohong Qiu
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Vincent Hardy
SVG for Remote EDA Schematic Representation
Paul Murphy
Stephen R Dawson
Sakir Sezer
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Benoit Bezaire
SVG Slide Presentation Editor
Juan Carlos J.C. Torres
Raul Casado
3:00 - 3:30
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Vincent Hardy
Single Snapshot exploratory approach for visualizing very large network topologies
Fawad Nazir
Track: SVG Authoring
Chair: Benoit Bezaire
SVGT Animation Authoring
Ola Andersson
3:30 - 4:00 Coffee Break
4:00 - 4:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Andreas Neumann
Database-driven, Web-enabled Public Health GIS Using XHTML, SVG, ECMAScript, DOM and a Three-tier Architecture
Gerald I Cheves
Jason TL Wang
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
How SVG can learn to take-off: SVG used for Aeronautical Charts
Yvonne Isakowski
Sandra Demarmels
Track: Suggestions for SVG
Chair: Christian Wenz
Adaptive Level-of-Detail in SVG
Hao-Chuan Wang
Yi-Hong Chang
Tyng-Ruey Chuang
4:30 - 5:00
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Andreas Neumann
Visualizing and Editing GIS data with SVG for Internet and Mobile Users
Cheung Kai Ling
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
Open-Source Airport and Instrument Procedure Diagrams in SVG
Andy Clark
Ari Krupnikov
Track: Suggestions for SVG
Chair: Christian Wenz
Adaptive layout using one-way constraints in SVG
Cameron McCormack
5:00 - 5:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Andreas Neumann
Geospatial information integration and Interoperation Based on XML and WEB Service
chi guobin
Track: Visualization with SVG
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
Construction of Train Traffic Monitoring Systems Using SVG
Hideo Nakata
Teruhiko Teraoka
Tadashi Yamamura
Masayo Osaki
Track: Suggestions for SVG
Chair: Christian Wenz
Learning from Flash and its community
Antoine J Quint
5:30 End of Session
6:30 - 10:00

 
Dinner Cruise

Thursday / 9 September

North 2F Hall East 6F East 8F
9:00 - Registration
9:30 - 10:00 Sponsor Keynote — SVG as a knowledge multiplier
Stefan K Gordon, .NET Developer, DocSoft, Inc.
10:00 - 10:30 Sponsor Keynote — About the vision by SVG of Meister
Uichiro Nozawa, General Manager, Meister Corporation
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
GXML and SVG (*)
Ryota Kurihara
Track: SVG and Meta Data
Chair: Craig W Northway
Raster Image Description and Search in SVG.
Jim Ley
Track: SVG User Interface
Chair: Vincent Hardy
Creating a Graphical User Interface in SVG
Alastair Fettes
Philip A. Mansfield
11:30 - 12:00
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
An Application of Hyperlayering in goSVG (*)
Shigeki Muramatsu
Satoru Takagi
Takaya Tanaka
Naomi Inoue
Track: SVG and Meta Data
Chair: Craig W Northway
Semantic Webapps? Lightweight RDF interfaces for SVG
Dan Brickley
Libby Miller
Track: SVG User Interface
Chair: Vincent Hardy
SVG Graphical Interfaces for SCADA Applications
Rodrigo García
Alfred Strohmeier
Esther Gelle
12:00 - 12:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
goSVG authoring tool (*)
Takaya Tanaka
Satoru Takagi
Shigeki Muramatsu
Arei Kobayashi
Track: SVG and Meta Data
Chair: Craig W Northway
Introduction to the Open Clip Art Library
Jonathan D Phillips
12:30 - 2:00 Lunch Break
2:00 - 2:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Masatoshi Arikawa
Practical use of SVG by M-GIS (simple GIS) (*)
Tetsuya Kobayashi
Track: Teachware with SVG
Chair: Hirotaka Ueda
Building a Graphetic Kanji Dictionary with SVG
Julien Quint
Ulrich Apel
Track: Technologies Related to SVG
Chair: Benoit Bezaire
Targeting SVG and XAML in a Single Application
Philip A. Mansfield
2:30 - 3:00
Track: goSVG
Chair: Masatoshi Arikawa
The Requirement of SVG Specifications for Telematic ITS Application (*)
Shigeru SS Shimada
Track: Teachware with SVG
Chair: Hirotaka Ueda
First steps to a Prototype of a digital atlas of the world for schools
Tobias Dahinden
Kathrin Kellenberger
Track: Technologies Related to SVG
Chair: Benoit Bezaire
Exploring the XHTML and SVG Relationship
Antoine J Quint
3:00 - 3:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Masatoshi Arikawa
"g-CONTENTS" Aggregation Service which set SVG on the core (*)
Yuji Kobayashi
3:30 - 4:00 Coffee Break
4:00 - 4:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
goSVG - Standardization and promotion activity for LBS by SVG (*)
Satoru Takagi
Takaya Tanaka
Shigeki Muramatsu
Track: Serverside SVG
Chair: Takanari TH Hayama
SVG server-side: A Survey
Christian Wenz
Tobias Hauser
Track: SVG Accessibility
Chair: Jon Ferraiolo
Tactile Access to Scalable Vector Graphics for People with Visual Impairment
Martin Rotard
Thomas Ertl
4:30 - 5:00
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
Development of location based search engine service using goSVG (*)
Yuzo Matsuzawa
Track: Serverside SVG
Chair: Takanari TH Hayama
Dynamically Generating Conceptual Browsing Interfaces for Digital Libraries Using SVG
Qianyi Gu
Faisal Ahmad
Tamara Sumner
Francis Molina
Track: SVG Accessibility
Chair: Jon Ferraiolo
Making Graphics Accessible
Vladimir Bulatov
John Gardner
5:00 - 5:30
Track: goSVG
Chair: Satoru Takagi
Development of the general-purpose POI server using the XML database (*)
Ryo Kokai
5:30 End of Session

Friday / 10 September

North 2F Hall East 6F East 8F
9:00 - Registration
9:30 - 10:30 Panel Discussion —
W3C SVG Working Group members
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Takanari TH Hayama
Using SVG for online digitizing and editing of geographic data
Andreas Neumann
Track: File Format Conversion
Chair: Christian Wenz
Study on Flash Lite to SVG Mobile Converter
Arei Kobayashi
Satoru Takagi
Shigeki Muramatsu
Naomi Inoue
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
JSR 226: SVG Tiny on the Java(tm) platform
Suresh Chitturi
Tolga Capin
Vincent Hardy
11:30 - 12:00
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Takanari TH Hayama
Topographic Maps With SVG
Peter Pavlicko
Michael P Peterson
Track: File Format Conversion
Chair: Christian Wenz
CGM2SVG: Convert binary CGM files into SVG 1.1
Stefan K Gordon
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
SVG Tiny cartoons on Java devices
Andrew Girow
12:00 - 12:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Takanari TH Hayama
Map Symbol Brewer
Olaf Schnabel
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Tobias Dahinden
An Overview of the Current SVG Tiny Ecosystem
Antoine J Quint
12:30 - 2:00 Lunch Break
2:00 - 2:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Ola Andersson
Implementing an integrated SVG application for real time, dynamically generated Internet mapping
Vincent T Adcock
Track: File Format Conversion
Chair: Craig W Northway
Converting raster images to XML and SVG
Byron Antoniou
Lysandros Tsoulos
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Jon Ferraiolo
A Modular SVG Engine Architecture for Information Appliances
Hajime MORITA
Toshihiko Yamakami
2:30 - 3:00
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Ola Andersson
Interactive SVG web mapping with Oracle Application Server MapViewer
Ji Yang
Track: File Format Conversion
Chair: Craig W Northway
An Illutrated Tour: Vectorising raster images using Autotrace and other systems
Ronan Oger
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Jon Ferraiolo
SVGT - A Study in Implementation
Koichi Mori
Sai P Ramanath
3:00 - 3:30
Track: SVG for Webmapping
Chair: Ola Andersson
Web services for generating SVG-Tiny maps on mobile phones
Ilya Zaslavsky
Ashraf Memon
Track: SVG Implementations
Chair: Jon Ferraiolo
Improvements of the IKA-SVG-Viewer and JNSS
Tobias Dahinden
3:30 - 4:00 Coffee Break
4:00 - 4:30 Sponsor Keynote — What SVG can do
Hiroaki Ikeno, President, RESOLOGIC Inc.
4:30 - 5:00 Closing Keynote — What Does SVG Really Need
Chris Lilley, Graphics Activity Lead, W3C
5:00 End of Conference

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