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COMCIFS Open Meeting at Geneva

  • Subject: COMCIFS Open Meeting at Geneva
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 09:02:13 +0100 (BST)
I don't think explicit notice of this meeting was posted to the
cif-developers list, for which I apologise. It's a great opportunity to
catch up on STAR developments and the relationship with other information
exchange standards, both of which are relevant to recent discussions and to
the future direction of CIF.

Regards
Brian

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COMCIFS Open Meeting   2002-08-13
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Program

Chair: David Brown, Co-chair Brian McMahon

1230 Opening comments (chair)

1240 How the PDB uses mmCIF.
     J.D.Westbrook et al.

1300 CIF and chemical information systems
     B.McMahon

1320 Star<->XML tools: links to W3C exchange standards
     Spadaccini et al.

1340 YAXDF and the interaction between CIF and XML
     H.J.Bernstein et al.

1400 StarDDL: Toward the unification of Star dictionaries
     S.R.Hall et al.

1420      Discussion

1430 Close of session

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