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XML Pipelining Paper, Smallx, etc.

From: Alex Milowski <alex@milowski.org>
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 09:26:55 -0800
Message-ID: <43A1A75F.2040301@milowski.org>
To: public-xml-processing-model-wg@w3.org

Here's that paper I mentioned on the call:


It was given at the Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation 
conference last
July (2005).  This is just one of the common ways I'm using XML 
pipelines to implement
computational services.

The example from the paper and others are the computation web services
behind this web application:


and they also run on a P2P grid as well.

A slightly out of date version of the pipeline vocabulary that is used 
in the paper
is available at [1] which is part of my smallx [2] project I mentioned.

In a completely non-math context, it was used by one of my students at 
the CDE [3]
to implemented the SylVia syllabus application [4].

Finally, another completely different use is a mobile service that 
checks tides so that
I can see whether I should go to the beach with my dog.  I've collected 
information about that service and placed in on jeteye (my day job) at [5].

[1] https://smallx.dev.java.net/pipeline-spec-2005-06-14.html
[2] https://smallx.dev.java.net/
[3] http://cde.berkeley.edu
[4] http://groups.sims.berkeley.edu/sylvia/
[5] http://www.jeteye.com/jetpak/13402417,,,1134666984,,,,view.html

--Alex Milowski
Received on Thursday, 15 December 2005 17:20:04 UTC

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