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Formalizing our advances in an academic venue

From: Paulo CG Costa <pcosta@gmu.edu>
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2007 21:01:07 -0300
To: public-xg-urw3@w3.org
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Dear All,

The debates within this forum have been quite encouraging and I am  
sure we are moving fast forward to the group's objective of defining  
the challenge of reasoning with and representing uncertain  
information in the SW. However, although this debate has started  
within the URSW and is now reaching new levels of understanding, for  
some reason the original forum is not enjoying the same advances  
we're having here.
We are just a few days from the already postponed URSW deadline (Aug  
1st), but so far only three submissions can be seen in the CMT system.
The URSW Organizing Committee understands that at least 12  
submissions are needed to make sure the workshop can have at least a  
half -day presentation section (6 full papers or a combination of 4-5  
full and some 4 position papers) and then either waive the rest of  
the day or use it for an open debate on uncertainty, a more focused  
one (e.g. on uncertainty use cases), or even on a URW3 meeting.
In any case, the OC has decided to extend the deadline further to Aug  
8th and I'd like to ask for your personal engagement in encouraging  
your colleagues to submit to the URSW. The new deadline is already  
posted in the URSW Important Dates page. Also, for your convenience I  
am attaching 3 files containing the Final CFP in distinct file formats.

Best regards,
Paulo




_______________________________
Dr. Paulo Cesar G. da Costa
Assistant Professor - C4I Center
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA - USA
http://mason.gmu.edu/~pcosta
pcosta@gmu.edu
Received on Sunday, 29 July 2007 00:01:29 GMT

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