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EKAW'2000 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
 12th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge 
Management,
Juan-les-Pins, French Riviera, October 2-6, 2000.


EKAW'2000 (12th  International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and 
Knowledge Management) aims at gathering researchers working on any area 
concerning methods, techniques and tools for the construction and the 
exploitation of knowledge-intensive systems and for knowledge management.

The program and the registration form are available at 
http://www.inria.fr/acacia/ekaw2000


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EKAW'2000 PROGRAM

MONDAY 2 OCTOBER :

       WORKSHOPS in parallel :

              ONTOLOGIES AND TEXTS

              organized by Sylvie SZULMAN (LIPN,  Paris), Brigitte BIEBOW 
(LIPN, Paris), Nathalie
              AUSSENAC-GILLES (IRIT - CNRS, Toulouse) 
              http://www.irit.fr/wsontologies2000 

              COMMON APPROACHES IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

              organized by  Fabien GANDON (INRIA, FR), Philippe PEREZ (ATOS, 
FR), Agostino POGGI
              (University of Parma, IT), Joel QUINQUETON (LIRMM, FR)
              program 

TUESDAY 3 OCTOBER :

       9h15 - 9h30: Welcome introduction

       9h30 - 10h30 : INVITED SPEAKER: Vincent QUINT (W3C)

       10h30 - 11h: PAUSE

KNOWLEDGE MODELLING LANGUAGES AND TOOLS

         
       11h - 11h30
       OIL in a Nutshell
       D. Fensel, I. Horrocks, F. Van Harmelen, S. Decker, M. Erdmann, and M. 
Klein

         
       11h30 - 12h 
       Title : The knowledge model of Protege-2000: combining interoperability 
and flexibility
       Natalya Fridman Noy, Ray W. Fergerson and Mark A. Musen 
         
       12h - 12h30 
       Title : A Case Study in Using Protege-2000 as a Tool for CommonKADS 
       Guus Schreiber, Monica Crubezy and Mark Musen 
         
       12h30- 12h45 
       The MOKA Modelling Language 
       Richard Brimble and Florence Sellini 
         
       12h45 - 13h 
       Mdos: a modelling language to build a formal ontology in either 
Description Logics or Conceptual Graphs
       Jérôme Nobécourt and Brigitte Biébow 
        

13h - 14h30 : LUNCH

ONTOLOGIES (I )

         
       14h30 - 15h
       Ontology's Crossed Life Cycles
       Authors: Fernandez-Lopez, Gomez-Pérez and Rojas

         
       15h - 15h30 
       A Road Map on Ontology Specification Languages 
       Oscar Corcho and Asuncion Gomez-Perez 
         
       15h30 - 16h 
       A Formal Ontology of Properties 
       Nicola Guarino and Christopher Welty 
         
        

       16h - 16h30: PAUSE

METHODOLOGIES

         
       16h30 - 17h
       Kinesys, a participative approach to the design of knowledge systems
       A. Slodzian

         
       17h - 17h15 
       An organizational semiotics model for multi-agent systems design 
       Joaquim Filipe 
        

DEMOS

WEDNESDAY 4 OCTOBER :

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT& E-COMMERCE

         
       9h30 - 10h
       What's in an electronic business model?
       Jaap Gordijn, Hans Akkermans and Hans van Vliet

         
       10h - 10h30 
       Chinese Encyclopaedias and Balinese Cockfights - Lessons for Business 
Process Change and
       Knowledge Management 
       Antony Bryant 
         
       10h30 - 10h45 
       Using problem-solving models to design efficient cooperative 
       knowledge-management systems based on formalization and traceability of 
       argumentation 
       Myriam Lewkowicz and Manuel Zacklad 
         
       10h45 - 11h 
       Integrating Textual Knowledge and Formal Knowledge for Improving 
Traceability
       Farid Cerbah, Jérôme Euzenat 
        

PAUSE : 11h - 11h30

         
       11h30 - 11h45
       Knowledge Management by Reusing Experience
       Sabine Delaître and Sabine Moisan

         
       11h45 - 12h 
       Crystallizing knowledge of historical company performance into 
interactive, query-able 3D Landscapes
       Brendan Kitts , Leif Edvinsson  and Tord Beding 
         
       12h - 12h45 
       Presentation of AKT 
       Derek Sleeman , Nigel Shadbolt and Enrico Motta 

       12h45 - 14h15 : LUNCH

       DEMOS : 14h15 - 16h

       SOCIAL EVENT : from 17h

       THURSDAY 5 OCTOBER :

       9h - 10h: INVITED SPEAKER: Gio WIEDERHOLD (Stanford University)
       10h - 10h30: PAUSE

       KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION FROM TEXTS

       10h30 - 11h
       Revisiting Ontology Design: a methodology based on corpus analysis
       Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, Brigitte Biébow and Sylvie Szulman

         
       11h - 11h30 
       Mining Ontologies from Text 
       Alexander Maedche and Steffen Staab 
         
       11h30 - 12h 
       SVETLAN' or How to Classify Words Using their Context 
       Gaël de Chalendar and Brigitte Grau 
         
        

MACHINE LEARNING

         
       12h- 12h30
       KIDS: an iterative algorithm to organize relational knowledge
       Authors: Mélanie Courtine, Isabelle Bournaud and Jean-Daniel Zucker

         
       12h30 - 13h 
       Informed Selection of Training Examples for Knowledge Refinement 
       Nirmalie Wiratunga and Susan Craw 
         
       13h- 13h15 
       Experiences with a Generic Refinement Toolkit 
       Robin Boswell and Susan Craw 
        

       13h15 - 14h30 : LUNCH

ONTOLOGIES (II )

         
       14h30 - 15h
       Construction And Deployment of a Plant Ontology
       Riichiro Mizoguchi, Kouji Kozaki, Toshinobu Sano and Yoshinobu Kitamura

         
       15h - 15h30 
       The role of ontologies for an effective and unambiguous dissemination 
of clinical guidelines.
       Domenico M. Pisanelli, Aldo Gangemi and Geri Steve 
         
       15h30 - 16h 
       Supporting Multiple Inheritance in Ontology Representation 
       Valentina A.M. Tamma and Trevor J.M. Bench-Capon 
         
       16h - 16h30 
       Conflict Resolution in the Collaborative Design of Terminological 
Knowledge Bases
       Gilles Falquet and Claire-Lise Mottaz Jiang 

       16h30 - 17h: PAUSE

VALIDATION, EVALUATION, CERTIFICATION

         
       17h - 17h30
       Monitoring Knowledge Acquisition, Instead of Evaluating Knowledge Bases
       Ghassan Beydoun and Achim Hoffmann

         
       17h30 - 18h 
       Torture tests: a quantitative analysis for the robustness of KBSs 
       Perry Groot, Frank Van Harmelen and Annette ten Teije 
         
       18h - 18h30 
       Certifying KBSs: Using CommonKADS to Provide Supporting Evidence for 
Fitness for Purpose of KBSs
       Kieron O'Hara, Nigel Shadbolt and Jeni Tennison 
        

FRIDAY 6 OCTOBER :

PROBLEM-SOLVING METHODS

       9h15- 9h45
       Integrating Knowledge-Based Configuration Systems by Sharing Functional 
Architectures
       Alexander Felfernig, Gerhard Friedrich, Dietmar Jannach, and Markus 
Zanker

         
       9h45 - 10h15 
       The Nature of Knowledge in an Abductive Event Calculus Planner 
       Leliane Nunes de Barros and Paulo E. Santos 
         
       10h15 - 10h30 
       Adapting tableaux for classification 
       Machiel Jansen, Guus Schreiber, and Bob Wielinga 
        

       10h30 - 11h: PAUSE

KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION

         
       11h- 11h30
       Conceptual Information Systems Discussed through an IT-Security Tool
       Klaus Becker, Gerd Stumme, Rudolf Wille, Uta Wille and Monika  Zickwolff

         
       11h30 - 12h 
       Translations of Ripple Down Rules into Logic Formalisms 
       Rex B. H. Kwok 
         
       12h - 12h15 
       Generalising Ripple-Down Rules 
       Paul Compton and Debbie Richards 
         

FINAL DISCUSSION : 12h15 - 13h15

       13h15 - 14h30 : LUNCH
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