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ISWC 05 Markup and Annotation Workshop

From: Siegfried Handschuh <handschuh@acm.org>
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 18:23:32 +0200
To: www-rdf-interest <www-rdf-interest@w3c.org>
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Call for papers

5th International Workshop on Knowledge Markup and Semantic Annotation
 (SemAnnot 2005)
 http://km.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/ws/semannot2005

Workshop at the  4rd International Semantic Web Conference 
 (ISWC 2005)
 
 7 November 2005
 Galway, Ireland


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*** OBJECTIVES ***
While a lot of basic infrastructure exists now for the Semantic Web (OWL, 
Editors, Inference-Engines), the lack of semantic metadata is still a major 
hurdle for the broad success of the Semantic Web. To overcome this obstacle, 
one needs methods that facilitate and accelerate the creation of metadata at 
a mass scale.  

The workshop will address the issue of upgrading the actual web towards the 
semantic web by means of (automated) annotated strategies for web documents. 
The target audience are researchers and developers working towards the 
proliferation of semantic annotation. The goal of the workshop is to 
share experiences and to establish common strategies for semantic annotation 
of the current web covering various aspects of the actual web, like 
structured vs. instructed information, static vs. dynamic web pages, textual 
vs. multimedia or multi-modal information. These aspects require 
complementary approaches to semantic annotation as they bear their own set of 
characteristics.
The annotation strategy for upgrading the actual web towards the semantic web 
will thus have to ensure the exchange of content annotation of various types 
of information modalities, their merging and interoperability. 

*** Workshop Goals  ***

The workshop intends to bring together researchers and practitioners from such 
research areas as the Semantic Web, knowledge acquisition, human language 
technology, document processing, terminology, information science, and 
multimedia content, among others, to discuss various aspects of knowledge 
markup and semantic annotation in an interdisciplinary way.

*** TOPICS OF INTEREST ***
Potential topics include but are not limited to: 
- General description of semantic annotation tools/strategies for upgrading 
the current web to the Semantic Web;
- A common semantic annotation strategy for upgrading the web to the semantic 
web (including multimedia content) 
- NLP tools/strategies for semantic annotation of the current web
- Multimedia tools/strategies for semantic annotation of the current web
- Semantic annotation of static vs. dynamic web documents
- Manual vs. automated annotation.  Can automation be effectively deployed?
- Statistical vs. rule-based semantic annotation strategies
- Manual and/or automated semantic annotation of the current web: when only 
manually? In which cases can automation be effectively deployed? 
- Multimedia annotation (e.g. by using MPEG-7)
- Collaborative, shared annotation
- Evaluation of Semantic Annotation
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*** SUBMISSION AND PROCEEDINGS ***
We invite two types of technical paper submissions for this workshop: 
- Technical papers (10 pages)  
- Short position papers (2 pages) 


*** IMPORTANT DATES ***
Deadline  submissions: August 1st, 2005 
Notification of acceptance: September 1st, 2005 
Camera ready deadline: October 1st, 2005 

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*** WORKSHOP ORGANIZING COMMITTEE ***

Workshop Organising Committee

Siegfried Handschuh (co-chair, contact person), FZI Karlsruhe & Ontoprise GmbH
Thierry Declerck (co-chair), Saarland University & DFKI GmbH
Steffen Staab, University of Koblenz
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