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CFP reminder: Semantic Web User Interaction at ISWC 2009 -- 7th for abstracts, 17th for papers

From: Duane Degler <ddegler@ipgems.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 21:12:25 -0400
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Reminder: CALL FOR WORKSHOP PAPERS
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Sharing Ideas for Complex Problems in User Interaction 
SWUI Workshop at the International Semantic Web Conference 2009.  
Washington, D.C. USA.  25th October 2009.
Papers due: 17th August 2009. Abstract/intent to submit due: 7th August.
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A reminder that we would appreciate an abstract or a note with your
intention 
to submit a paper for the workshop by this Friday, 7th August. This will
help 
us plan reviews and get decisions back to you as quickly as possible.

Position papers and full papers are due by 17th August.

You can provide your abstract by e-mail (swui@webscience.org) or via our 
workshop's EasyChair site: 
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=swui2009
The EasyChair site is also where you upload your papers on the 17th. 
Full details can be found in the call for papers, at the workshop web site: 
http://swui.webscience.org/SWUI2009.

This workshop seeks to gather researchers and problem owners from a range 
of disciplines - both inside and outside the semantic web space - to explore

key aspects of the user experience in complex, very heterogeneous data 
environments. 

It is the sixth in the Semantic Web User Interaction (SWUI) series, and
takes 
its theme this year in part from the location of ISWC2009: Washington, D.C. 

We look forward to your participation!
 
Duane Degler
 
On behalf of co-organizers
   Jennifer Golbeck
   m.c. schraefel
   Lloyd Rutledge

This workshop will be of interest to researchers and designers from a 
range of disciplines, including: 
* Semantic Web 
* Linked Data 
* Machine Learning 
* NLP, concept and entity extraction, and linguistic analysis 
* Search and indexing of structured and unstructured data, 
   images and multimedia 
* Visualization 
* Text entry, tagging and annotation 
* Ontology and taxonomy modeling and integration 
* Social and community interaction 
* Multimedia 
* Grid and cloud computing 
* Agents
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