[DL] LAST CFP - BAOSW'2007
fred at cin.ufpe.br
Fri Jul 6 03:29:54 CEST 2007
We invite you to submit papers to
2^nd Workshop on Building and Applying Ontologies for the Semantic Web
a part of the the *13^th Portuguese Conference on Artificial
Intelligence *(EPIA 2007) http://epia2007.appia.pt/
The deadline for submission is,* now*, *15 . July . 2007*.
This workshop addresses the problems of building and applying ontologies
in the Semantic Web and other areas listed below, as well as the
theoretical and practical challenges arising from these applications. We
invite contributions to enhance the state-of-the-art of creating,
managing and using ontologies.
Topics of Interest
- capture and learning
- composition and modularity
- combining, merging, mapping and alignment
- translating and transforming
- ontology language interoperability
Ontologies for Information Sharing
- ontology-based Information integration
- mediators and brokers
- agents and ontologies
- semantic web
- knowledge management
- e-commerce, e-government, e-learning and e-science
- information retrieval
- p2p networks
- web services annotation
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EPIA 2007*, 3 - 7 December 2007, Guimarães, Portugal*
The purpose of this conference is to promote the research in Artificial
Intelligence (AI) and scientific exchange among AI researchers,
practitioners, scientists and engineers in related disciplines.
As in the previous editions, the program will be prearranged in terms of
workshops dedicated to specific themes of AI, invited lectures,
tutorials, thematic panels and exhibit sessions all selected according
to the highest reviewing principles. The program will include a doctoral
consortium. The conference is devoted to all areas of Artificial
Intelligence and will cover both theoretical and foundational issues and
applications as well.
The official language is the English.
Submissions must follow the guidelines specified in the conference site.
Authors must remove their names from the submitted papers, and should
take reasonable care not to indirectly disclose their identity. The
Springer LNCS format must be used (instructions in
<http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html>). The maximum length of
the papers is defined for each Workshop, but will never exceed 12 pages.
Extra pages will be charged by the Conference Organisation.
Paper submissions will be made in PDF format, through the submission
page available in EPIA 2007 website.
Springer LNAIWorkshop papers of higher quality will be selected for
publication in the main volume of the conference proceedings, to be
published by Springer, in the LNAI series. The remaining accepted papers
will be published in local workshop proceedings, in hard-copy, in CD-ROM
and in the web.
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