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Call for Participation (ISWC2004)

From: Akiko Inaba <lucyweber@bumerang.ro>
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 02:05:13 +0500
Message-ID: <1815159703.20040829020513@bumerang.ro>
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                      ISWC2004: Call For Participation

                      **  Please Register NOW !!  **
         Early Registration Deadline: Thursday September 30, 2004


          3rd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2004)
           Sunday, November 7 -- Thursday, November 11, 2004
               Hiroshima Prince Hotel, Hiroshima, Japan


ISWC2004 is the major international forum at which research on the Semantic 
Web is presented. The vision of the Semantic Web is to make the contents of
the  Web  unambiguously  computer  interpretable,  enabling  automation of 
a  diversity  of  tasks  currently  performed by human beings.  The goal of
providing semantics  and automated reasoning capabilities for the Web draws
upon research in a broad range of areas including Artificial Intelligence,
Databases,  Software Engineering,  Distributed  Computing  and  Information
Systems.  Contributions  to  date  have  included  languages  for semantic
annotation  of  Web  documents,  automated  reasoning  capabilities for Web
languages, ontologies, query and view languages,  semantic translation of 
Web contents, semantic integration middleware,  technologies and principles
for  building  multi-agent  and  Grid systems,  semantic  interoperation of
programs and devices, technologies and principles for describing, searching
and composing Web Services, and more. 

The conference comprises a research track, an industrial track and a poster 
track,  as well as  exhibitions,  demos,  semantic web challenge, and other 
events. 



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