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FLAIRS Special Track on Semantic Web: Deadline prolonged till 8 November

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From: Borys Omelayenko <borys@cs.vu.nl>
Organization: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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CALL FOR PAPERS.
Note: paper submission deadline is prolonged till November 8, 2002

The 16th International FLAIRS Conference
St. Augustine, Florida, May 12-14, 2003

Special Track on Semantic Web at FLAIRS 2003
"Semantic Web and Artificial Intelligence"

co-organized by
Patrik Hayes (University of West Florida, US) and
Borys Omelayenko (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL)

http://www.cs.vu.nl/~borys/events/FLAIRS03/

We are calling for papers reporting original and not previously published
research results, industrial experience, or case studies targeted at 
development
of the technologies required to make the vision of the Semantic Web a reality.
The papers might be focused at the problems, which have not been resolved by
existing technologies but expected to be solved with the Semantic Web.
We intend to focus the track around the relation "Semantic Web and Artificial
Intelligence". The topics of interest are identified by the following 
keywords:

- Semantic Web infrastructure and architecture
- Knowledge representation for the Semantic Web
- Knowledge acquisition and Semantic Web mining
- Ontology-based information annotation
- Formal languages for the Semantic Web
- Distributed inference services
- Tool support for the Semantic Web
- Industrial applications of the Semantic Web technology
- Security, privacy and trust in the Semantic Web
- Evolution and change on the Semantic Web
- Evaluation criterions and measures of success for the Semantic Web
   technologies
- Social and strategic impacts of the Semantic Web

Critical papers, which compare emerging Semantic Web technologies to existing
ones, discuss future research directions, and evaluate possible risks and
outcomes, are highly welcome.

We specifically encourage submission of papers addressing the issues arising
from the distributed web-based nature of the Semantic Web, rather than papers
reporting minor variations on existing technologies.

Important Dates

Deadline paper submissions: November 8, 2002
Notification of acceptance: January 7, 2003
Camera ready deadline: February 17, 2003
Conference: May 12-14, 2003

Submission and Proceedings

Please, visit the centralized FLAIRS submission page
http://www.cs.uwp.edu/flairssubsys/index.php3

Basically, the papers should conform double-column AAAI guidelines and not
exceeding 5 pages. The paper should not identify the author(s) in any manner.

All submissions will pass through a blind anonymous review by at least two
Program Committee Members. The reviews will be sent to the authors to prepare
final camera-ready versions of their papers. All accepted papers will appear in
the conference proceedings published by AAAI Press. 
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