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[JIST2013] The 2nd Call For Paper

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Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2013 12:04:30 +0900 (KST)
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PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE *****
23:59
(Hawaii Time), August 20, 2013


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THE
2nd
CALL FOR PAPERS


JIST2013
The
Joint International Semantic Technology Conference


http://smartweb.yonsei.ac.kr/jist2013/



sponsored
by Korea Intelligent Information System Society


November
28-30, 2013
Seoul,
Korea


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The
Joint International Semantic Technology Conference (JIST) is a
regional federation of semantic technology related conferences. The
mission of JIST is to bring together researchers from the semantic
technology research community and other related areas to present
their innovative research results or novel applications of semantic
technologies. JIST 2013 invites submissions of original research on
the semantic web
and other semantic technologies, as well as, applications of semantic
technologies.


Topics
of interest include, but are not limited to: 

Ontology
	and Reasoning

Ontology
	modeling, reuse, extraction, and evolution
	Ontology
	mapping, merging, and alignment
	Ontology
	evaluation
	Searching
	and ranking ontologies
	Reasoning
	over semantic web data
	New
	formalisms (such as probabilistic approaches) 
	
	Lightweight
	semantics (linked data, microformats, etc.)



Management
	of Semantic Web Data

Languages,
	tools, and methodologies for semantic web data
	Database,
	IR, and AI technologies for semantic web data
	Robust
	and scalable knowledge management and reasoning on the web
	Machine
	learning and information extraction on the web
	Cleaning,
	assurance, and provenance of semantic web data, services, and
	processes



Linked
	Data

Publication
	of linked data
	Consumption
	of linked data
	Reasoning
	with linked data
	Search,
	query, integration, and analysis on linked data
	Integration
	and mashup of linked data
	Mining
	of linked data
	Domain
	specific applications (eGovernment, disaster, life science etc.)



Social
	Semantic Web

Semantics
	for social media data
	Social
	network analysis using semantic web technologies
	Querying,
	mining, and analysis of social semantic data
	Social
	semantic web applications
	Semantic
	web technologies for collaboration and cooperation
	Representing
	and reasoning about trust, privacy, and security



Applications
	of the Semantic Web

Semantic
	web for large scale applications
	Semantic
	web for desktops or personal information management
	Semantic
	web for multimedia, sensors, and situational awareness
	Semantic
	web for P2P, services, agents, grids, and middleware
	Semantic
	web for software and systems engineering
	Mobile
	semantic web
	Interfaces
	for semantic web



Big
	Data and Data Science

Knowledge
	Graph and Entity Graph Generation
	Graph
	Mining for Big Data
	Data
	Journalism
	Open
	Data Government
	Advanced
	Data Analytics
	Data
	Centric Science and Management
	Data
	Art and Data Centric Humanities



Empirical
	Issues of Semantic Web Technology

Description
	of an implemented application of semantic technology in a specific
	domain 
	
	Analysis
	and evaluation of usability and uptake of semantic tools 
	
	 Lessons
	and best practices for deploying and using an application or service
	based semantic technology 
	
	Assessment
	of costs and benefits of implementing, deploying, using, and
	managing semantic technology 
	
	Pragmatics
	of using or deploying semantic technology in real-world scenarios 
	
	Comparison
	of semantic technology with alternative approaches using
	conventional or competing technologies



PAPER
SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION 

Submissions
to JIST 2013 should describe original and significant research based
on semantic technologies and provide clear evidence to support their
claims and contributions. All submissions will be critically reviewed
by at least three members of the program committee. Reviewers will
assess submissions based on their relevance to semantic technologies,
their originality, the technical soundness of their proposed
approach, and the readability of the submission.
Submissions
must be in PDF format, using the style of the Springer Publications
format for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Submissions must
be no longer than 16 pages for REGULAR TECHNICAL SESSIONS and 6 pages
for IN-USE TRACK. Submissions that exceed this limit may be rejected
without review. JIST 2013 will not accept submissions that are under
review by, already been published in. or accepted for publication in
a journal or other conference. The proceedings will be published as a
book in Lecture Note for Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer.
Accepted papers will be distributed to conference attendees and
published in the printed conference proceedings. The proceedings will
be published as a book in Lecture Note for Computer Science (LNCS) by
Springer. All submissions should be submitted via EasyChair at
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=jist2013.

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the
conference and present the paper in person.


IMPORTANT
DATES 

Submissions
	due: 23:59 (Hawaii
	Time), August 20, 2013
	Notification
	of acceptance: October
	10, 2013
	Camera
	ready: October 21, 2013
	Conference:
	November 28-30, 2013



ORGANIZATION
General
	Chair:

Hong-Gee
Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
Program
	Chairs:

Wooju
Kim, Yonsei University, Korea
Ying
Ding, Indiana University, USA
In-Use
	Track Chair:

Jie
Tang, Tsinghua University, China
Younghwan
Lee, Konkuk University, Korea
Poster
	and Demo Chairs:

Guilin
Qi, Southeastern University, China
Kouji
Kozaki, Osaka University, Japan
Workshop
	Chairs:

Thepchai
Supnithi, Thailand
Jason
Jung, Yeungnam Univeristy, Korea
Tutorial
	Chairs:

Haklae
Kim, Samsung Electronics, Korea
Hanmin
Jung, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea
Industry
	Chair:

Laurentiu
Vasiliu, Peracton Co., Ireland
Takahiro
Kawamura, Toshiba, Japan
Publicity
	Chair:

Myungdae
Cho, Seoul National University, Korea
Local
	Organizing Chair:

June
Seok Hong, Kyonggi University, Korea

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