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CFP: Focussed Topic Issue on "Consuming and Producing Linked Data on Real World Applications"

From: Alejandro Rodríguez González <alejandro.rodriguez@uc3m.es>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 18:05:48 +0200
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Call for Papers

A Focussed Topic Issue on "Consuming and Producing Linked Data on Real World
Applications"

International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (JCR
2009 IF: 0.327)

http://nadir.uc3m.es/alejandro/pubs/ijsekeld.html

Theme:

The term Linked Data refers to a set of best practices for publishing and
connecting structured data on the Web. In the last few years, these best
practices have been applied by a number of data providers, thus
significantly increasing the amount of Linked Data published, creating as
consequence a new trend in the field of knowledge engineering. However, the
applications that are employed to produce and consume Linked Data have been
designed and developed in research environments.

The technologies related to Linked Data draw on standard and novel
techniques from various disciplines within Computer Science, including
Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Representation, Natural Language
Processing, Data integration, User Interfaces, etc. The applications
developed and integrated for this purpose have a very large application
potential in a large amount of fields such as Information Retrieval,
Information Integration, Information Interoperability, Bioinformatics,
eHealth, eLearning, Social Networking, etc.

There is a vast amount of Linked Data that has been generated during the
last few years. However, in many cases these data is produced by
universities and other research organizations far from industry needs and
real world applications. There are many challenges uncovered for the
adoption of Linked Data in corporate scenarios including technological
aspects as well as social and legal implications.

The aim of this Focussed Topic Issue is to collect innovative and
high-quality research contributions regarding Real World Applications that
produce and consume Linked Data. This Focussed Topic Issue aims at exploring
the recent advances in the application of Linked Data soliciting original
scientific contributions in the form of theoretical and experimental
research and case studies.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

[!] Producing and Consuming Linked Data on Healthcare environments
 [!] Linked Data and e-Goverment
[!] Algorithms for the production and consumption of Linked Data Information
 [!] Quality evaluation of Linked Data produced and consumed
[!] Reasoning and Linked Data
 [!] Linked Data and Knowledge Management
[!] Business models for Linked Data publishing and consumption
 [!] Cases on corporate Linked Data use and production
[!] Legal and ethical aspects of Linked Data
 [!] Question Answering in Linked Data

Important Dates:

[!] Abstract Submission (required): August 1, 2011
 [!] Submission Deadline: September 1, 2011
[!] Notification to Authors: December 1, 2011
 [!] Final Manuscripts to Publisher: March 1, 2012
[!] Publication: June 2012 in IJSEKE Vol. 22 No. 4

Paper submission:

Papers should be submitted using EasyChair platform. EasyChair submission
page is avalaible at: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ijsekeld11

Guideliness are avalaible at IJSEKE page:
http://www.worldscinet.com/ijseke/mkt/guidelines.shtml

Manuscripts using correct template should be no longer than 20 pages.

If you need additional information, please contact guest editors:

[!] Alejandro Rodríguez-González, University Carlos III of Madrid:
alejandro.rodriguez [at] uc3m.es
 [!] Rafael Valencia-García, University of Murcia: valencia [at] um.es
[!] Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, University Carlos III of Madrid: ricardo.colomo
[at] uc3m.es
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