[Elsnet-list] Call for papers: the 5th International Workshop on Ontology Content 2010
paolo.ceravolo at unimi.it
Tue May 18 06:11:17 CEST 2010
The 5th International Workshop on
Special tracks on:
Towards Web 3.0 | e-Governance
Oct 25 - 29, 2010 Crete
Part of the OTM (OTM'2010)
Proceedings will be published by Springer LNCS
Call for Papers
Approaching to the twentieth anniversary, the WWW today is a mature
environment supporting the development of distributed applications
without imposing any particular limitation. Technologies,
methodologies and standards converge toward full operational
capabilities by being service oriented, with a focus on statelessness,
low coupled, modular, and semantic interoperable.
In this context the issues related to the quality of data and process
representation are crucial, as it is required to deal with data that
are valuable, expressive, shareable e and manipulable at the same
time. In this context the role of good quality ontology (i.e. good
quality conceptualizations, encoded in portable and extensible format)
acquires more and more relevance.
This workshop aims to focus on content issues, such as methodologies
and tools concerned with modeling good ontologies, approaches to
ontology content evaluation, quality measures, ontology content
management (e.g. metadata, libraries, and registration), ontology
documentation, etc. The workshop also aims to give a special attention
to ontology content issues in: Business, human resources and
employment, healthcare and life sciences, and Web 3.0. We welcome
papers and (past/planned) project descriptions that discuss ontology
Research papers presenting theoretical solutions, but with a clear
illustration on how these solutions can be applied in industry.
Position papers presenting opinions on some aspect of ontology
practice, or describing work that is still in progress, but
sufficiently mature to warrant attention.
Business experience and case studies specifying requirements,
challenges, or opportunities of modeling and applying ontologies in
Methodology and Engineering
Modeling and engineering methodologies.
Ontology design patterns.
Ontological usability and usefulness.
Ontology metadata, and libraries.
Ontology evolution and versioning.
Methodologies for consensus reaching.
Good, best, and bad practices
Experiences/empirical results on ontology management.
Towards Web 3.0
Lessons from Web 2.0 for ontology engineering.
Participatory and evolutionary approaches to ontology engineering.
Lightweight ontology formalisms (e.g., SKOS) and microformats.
Conflict resolution and self-adaptation in ad hoc networks.
Experiences on lightweight vs. heavy-weight ontologies.
Semantic distance and similarity.
Semantics in sensor networks.
Local government ontologies.
Location ontology (real-estate).
Ontologies for digital certificates.
Ontologies for digital libraries.
Ontologies for public utilities.
Ontologies for emergence management.
Ontologies for healthcare and life science.
Ontologies for modeling business process.
Ontologies for business process analysis
Ontologies for supply chains management.
Ontologies for risk analysis.
Ontology enabled service orchestration.
We invite (A) Research papers describing original studies of no more
than 10 pages; (B) Position papers presenting opinions or work in
progress of no more than 6 pages; and (C) Business experience and case
studies of no more than 8 pages. All submitted papers will be
evaluated by at least three members of the program committee, based on
originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of
expression. Detailed formatting instructions can be found at:
The final proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag as LNCS.
Failure to commit to presentation at the conference automatically
excludes a paper from the proceedings. The paper submission page is
Abstracts due: June 15
Papers due: June 30
Acceptance Notification: July 30
Camera-ready copies: August 13
Registration due: September 3
OTM Conferences: October 25 – 29
Paolo Ceravolo, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy. [main
contact] paolo.ceravolo at unimi.it
Majed Ayyad, NextLevel Technology Systems Ramallah, Palestine majed at nts.ps
Mustafa Jarrar, Birzeit University, Palestine
Andreas Schmidt, FZI, Germany
Abder Koukam, Université de Technologie de Belfort Montbéliard, France
Alessandro Oltramari, ISCT - CNR, Italy
Antonio Zilli, ISUFI - University of Lecce, Italy
Barry Smith, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA
Christophe Roche, Université de Savoie, France
Davy Monticolo, University of Technology UTBM, France
Domenico Talia, ICAR-CNR and University of Calabria, Italy
Eva Blomqvist, ISTC-CNR, Italy
Fabio Vitali, University of Bologna, Italy
Federica Paci, Department of Information Engineering and Computer
Science, University of Trento
Trichet Francky, LINA, University of Nantes, France
Geert Poels, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent,
Karl Reed, La Trobe University, Australia
Ling Feng, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Marcello Leida, EBTIC (Etisalat BT innovation Centre) - Khalifa
Martin Hepp, Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen, Germany
Michael Brown, Skillsnet.Com, USA
Miguel Sicilia, University of Alcalá, Spain
Vincenzo Maltese, University of Trento, Italy
Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, CSAIL - MIT, USA
Riccardo Albertoni, IMATI CNR, Italy
Robert Tolksdorf, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Silvie Spreeuwenberg, LibRT, Netherlands
Stefano David, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Stijn Heymans, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
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