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CFP: 2nd International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence meets the Web of Data (AImWD-2013)

From: Antonis Bikakis <a.bikakis@ucl.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2012 16:40:50 +0200
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CALL FOR PAPERS

2nd International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence meets the Web of Data
(AImWD-2013)
co-located with the Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC-2013)
( http://sites.google.com/site/aimwd13/ )


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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
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The Linked Data initiative aims at improving data publication on the Web,
thereby creating a "Web of Data": an interconnected, distributed, global
data space. The Web of Data enables people to share structured data on the
Web as easily as they can currently share documents on the Web of Documents
(WWW). The availability of this global data space creates new opportunities
for the exploitation of Artificial Intelligence techniques in relation with
knowledge representation, information extraction, data mining, information
integration, and intelligent agents. Two approaches can emerge: (i) using
AI techniques to address the problems the Web of Data faces or, (ii) using
the design principles of the Web of Data to improve knowledge
representation, publications and reasoning within AI techniques.
The workshop is inherently interdisciplinary, as it attempts to integrate
the Semantic Web and AI disciplines like natural language processing, AI
and law, game theory, cognitive science, and digital societies. This
workshop aims at bringing them together, and we invite papers from all the
above disciplines, in particular those that cross the traditional
disciplinary boundaries. With this workshop, our goal is to contribute to
the birth of a community having a shared interest around publishing data on
the Web, exploring and reasoning over it using AI technologies - or the
inverse, improving AI technologies by the adoption of techniques and tools
proposed within Web of Data research.


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TOPICS
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We solicit original and high quality submissions addressing all aspects of
these fields. The topics
of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

- Computer vision and the Web of Data
- Web-based agent coordination, collaboration, and planning
- Agreement technologies and the Web of Data
- Multi-agent learning in the Web of Data
- Common-sense reasoning in the Web of Data
- Web-based non-monotonic reasoning
- Geometrical, spatial and temporal reasoning in the Web of Data
- Web-based utility and decision theory
- Web-based graphical models
- Web-based cognitive robotics
- Web-based motion and path planning
- Web-based search in planning and scheduling
- Hybrid systems in the Web of Data
- Information extraction and retrieval in the Web of Data
- Dialogue and discourse in the Web of Data
- Web-based psycholinguistics
- Ethical and legal issues in the Web of Data
- Normative multiagent systems and the Web of Data
- Web-based real-time systems
- Ambient intelligence and the Web of Data
- Computational biology and e-Health and the Web of Data
- Computer aided education and the Web of Data
- Web-based art and music
- Web-based cognitive modelling
- Action, change and causalities and the Web of Data
- Distributed reasoning in the Web of Data
- Policies, reputation and trust in the Web of Data

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INVITED SPEAKER
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We are thrilled to have Prof. Frank Van Harmelen (VU Amsterdam) as our
confirmed invited speaker.

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IMPORTANT DATES
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- March 4, 2013 - Paper submission deadline
- April 1, 2013 - Notification of acceptance
- April 15, 2013 - Camera-ready paper due
- May 26 or 27, 2013 - AImWD workshop


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PAPER SUBMISSION
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The guidelines for paper submission are the following:

- The paper should be written in English.
- The maximum length of a paper is 12 A4-sized pages in LNCS format
  (format download: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html ).
- The paper should be in PDF format.
- Please submit via the online paper submission system (
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aimwd2013 )
- A selection of papers will be published in a special issue of a relevant
journal.


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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
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- Bettina Berendt(KULeuven)
- Ben Goertzel (Novamente)
- Dan Brickley (VU University Amsterdam)
- Dominik Benz (Kassel University)
- Domenico Redavid (University of Bari)
- Elena Cabrio (INRIA)
- Fabien Gandon (INRIA)
- Martin Atzmueller (Kassel University)
- Paolo Bouquet (University of Trento)
- Madalina Croiturou (LIRMM)
- Richard Cyganiak (DERI)
- Gianluca Demartini (University of Fribourg)
- Peter Edwards (University of Aberdeen)
- Harry Halpin (School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh)
- JeromeEuzenat(INRIA&LIG)
- Guido Governatori (NICTA Australia)
- Jeff Heflin (Lehigh University)
- Nicola Fanizzi (University of Bari)
- Vinay K. Chaudhri (SRI International)
- MichelLeclère(LIRMM)
- Roberto Naviglia (University of Roma – La Sapienza)
- Matteo Palmonari (University of Milano-Bicocca)
- Adam Wyner (University of Liverpool)
- Michael Witbrock (Cycorp)
- Jun Zhao (Oxford University)

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WORKSHOP CHAIRS
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+ Antonis Bikakis (University College London)
E-mail: a.bikakis@ucl.ac.uk

+ Christophe Gueret (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
E-mail: c.d.m.gueret@vu.nl

+ Dino Ienco (IRSTEA)
E-mail: dino.ienco@teledetection.fr

+ Francois Scharffe (LIRMM)
E-mail: francois.scharffe@lirmm.fr

+ Robert Tolksdorf (Freie Universität Berlin)
E-mail: olk@ag-nbi.de

+ Serena Villata (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
E-mail: serena.villata@inria.fr
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