[DL] [CfP] OWLED-ORE 2016 - DEADLINE EXTENDED TO Sep. 22th!!!
dragoni at fbk.eu
Wed Sep 14 11:31:41 CEST 2016
CALL FOR PAPER: 13th OWL: Experiences and Directions Workshop (OWLED) and
5th OWL Reasoner Evaluation Workshop (ORE)
Bologna, Italy, November 19th - 20th, 2016 co-located with EKAW 2016
Important Dates (All deadlines are Hawaii time)
- Paper submission due: September 22th, 2016 - EXTENDED
- Acceptance notifications: October 6th, 2016
- Final papers due: October 22th, 2016
- OWLED-ORE workshop: 19th-20th November, 2016
EXTENSIONS OF SHORT PAPERS ACCEPTED AT EKAW 2016 OR FIXED VERSIONS OF
REJECTED ONES ARE WELCOME!!!
OWLED is now also a Community Group at the W3C. Everyone is invited to
The aim of the OWL: Experiences and Directions Workshop (OWLED) is to
establish an international forum for the OWL community, where practitioners
in industry and academia, tool developers, and others interested in OWL can
describe real and potential applications, share experiences and discuss
requirements for language extensions/modifications.
OWL has become the representational model of choice for supporting
interoperability in many industries. With its rise in popularity, as well
as the number of publicly available ontologies, it becomes important to
focus on the processes by which ontologies can be engineered through reuse.
In this edition of OWLED we aim to bridge the gap between ontology
engineering practices and software engineering, where reuse is common
practice, and we welcome submissions of papers describing reuse methods
employed throughout the ontology development cycle; modeling /
terminological decisions, alignment and comparison between ontologies, how
ontologies are stored, versioned, distributed, and consumed over the Web.
As with previous editions, we also welcome proposals for improving the OWL
The goal of the OWL Reasoner Evaluation (ORE) workshop, is to bring
together the developers and users of reasoners for (subsets of) OWL 2,
including systems focusing on both intensional (ontology) and extensional
(data) query answering. The workshop will give developers a perfect
opportunity to promote their systems.
We invite submissions for the following tracks:
- Research and In-Use papers: All submissions must be in English and be no
longer than 12 pages (including references). Papers that exceed this limit
will be rejected without review. These papers should present research,
implementation experience, and reports on the below and related topics.
Space will be reserved for authors to present their work at the workshop.
- Ontology papers: All submissions must be in English and be no longer than
8 pages (including references). These papers should describe ontologies
that present interesting modelling and other challenges with respect to
OWLED topics (e.g., ontologies that are challenging for reasoners to handle
or that demand features that are outside the standard OWL profiles). Papers
are expected to include the URL of the ontology described.
- ORE: All submissions must be in English and be no longer than 8 pages
(including references). These submissions should describe reasoning
systems. For this track, two main kind of contributions are expected:
reasoner papers (reasoning algorithms, optimisation techniques,
architecture, usage reports, implementation tips and tricks) and benchmark
papers (challenging ontologies and/or benchmark for OWL reasoners).
- Extended versions of EKAW short papers: All submissions must be in
English and be no longer than 12 pages (including references).
Contributions accepted as short-papers at EKAW will be invited to submit
extended versions of their contribution to OWLED-ORE.
All submissions must be in PDF according to the Springer LNCS style. For
more details, see Springer’s Author Instructions:
Papers can be submitted online using the Easychair Conference system:
Papers related to any aspects of OWL and extensions, applications, theory,
methods and tools, are welcome.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Application driven requirements for (extensions of) OWL
- Applications of OWL, particularly
- from industry or
- for data integration
- for service interoperability
- for sophisticated/non-obvious inference
- for knowledge discovery
- and within specific domains such as
- biology and biomedicine
- Experience of using OWL: notably, highly expressive ontologies or the OWL
- Evaluation of OWL tools (e.g., ontology editors, versioning tools,
- Benchmarks for OWL tools
- Performance and scalability issues and improvements
- Extensions to OWL
- OWL and Rules
- Ontology engineering techniques and experience reports
- Non-standard reasoning services (implementation and requirements for)
- Translating natural language into OWL (and vice-versa, i.e.,
- Ontology comprehension and visualisation
- Multilingual OWL
- Modelling issues
- Reuse of OWL ontologies
- Tool descriptions and experience reports, including editors,
visualisation, parsers and syntax checkers
- Collaborative editing of ontologies
- Comparison of OWL ontologies (diff)
- Versioning of OWL ontologies
- Alignment of OWL ontologies
- Ontology modularity and views
- Query answering with OWL
- SPARQL and OWL
- Linked Data and OWL
- Ontology-based data access (e.g., ontologies for big data, data
integration, data fusion)
- Cognitive aspects of ontology engineering
- Reasoners for OWL
- reasoning algorithms
- optimisation techniques
- usage reports
- implementation tips and tricks
General Chair: Mauro Dragoni
Program Chairs: María Poveda-Villalón and Ernesto Jiménez Ruiz
María del Mar Roldán García
Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa
Dr. Mauro Dragoni
Researcher at Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK-IRST)
Via Sommarive 18, 38123, Povo, Trento, Italy
Consider submitting a paper to:
Cognitive Computing track @ ACM SAC 2017
Deadline: September 15, 2016
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