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CFP: Workshop on Social Media Analysis (SMA 2007)

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C A L L    F O R    P A P E R S

2007 International Workshop on Social Media Analysis

Silicon Valley, USA, November 2-5, 2007

Workshop of 2007 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT'07) 

Social media like weblogs, online forums, photo and video sharing services have revolutionized our ways of sharing information and interacting with each other. Companies can now collect different types of business intelligence from the blogosphere for setting their own strategies in a more dynamic fashion. The blossom of social media opens up new opportunities and creates new information and knowledge management challenges as the media continues to grow.

This workshop solicits original research work addressing fundamental computational issues on the analysis of social media. Topics include but not limited to:

* Intelligent crawling, indexing and content management
* Text processing and analysis for social media (e.g., pre-preprocessing, information extraction, clustering, classification, sentiment analysis, polarity identification, etc.)
* Mutimedia content processing, tagging, classification, indexing and retrieval
* Context-aware searching
* User behaviour analysis and profiling
* Collaborative filtering and personalization
* Social network analysis and community mining techniques
* Trend identification and tracking
* Intelligent human web interaction for on-line community visualization and navigation
* Intelligent systems for collaborative ontology building
* Emerging semantics analysis
* Web 2.0 and other innovative social media applications

Full paper submissions due: June 20, 2007
Notification of acceptances: August 3, 2007
Final camera-ready papers due: August 17, 2007

The paper page limit is 4 pages. Papers should be written in English and submitted in pdf format. Formatting instructions will be available on the workshop website. 


Chun-hung Li
Department of Computer Science
Hong Kong Baptist University

William K. Cheung
Department of Computer Science
Hong Kong Baptist University

Guoping Qiu
School of Computer Science and Information Technology
University of Nottingham

For enquiry, please send email to sma at comp dot hkbu dot edu dot hk
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