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Mr. Vulpe has 15 years of experience in the information processing industry.
After completing a Master's degree in Political Economics at the University
of Toronto, he joined Geac Computers, where he quickly rose to assume
responsibility for the design of the company's second-generation library
automation product. From there he was promoted into the advanced Research
and Development group, where he worked on projects for distributed text
and transaction processing over distributed databases. After leaving
Geac, Mr. Vulpe established Image OnLine Inc., a consulting firm which
specialized in the implementation of complex information technologies.
Here, clients included OCLC, Medical Economics Data, Semiconductor Equipment
and Materials International, Nelson Canada, Yale University, General
Motors, Oxford University Press, United Airlines and the Smithsonian
Institution. After selling Image OnLine to a California fund, Mr. Vulpe
established Infrastructures for Information in 1993 to focus on the
development ofcore technology for structured information. Mr. Vulpe
is the author of the international standard SEMI:E36 and "CMASS", the
foundation for a number of rule-based object systems, and is the inventor
of Infrastructures patented "metacode" technology.
Michael will present You
Push, I Pull, We Interact: Using XML to Make It Meaningful.
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