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Deadline Extension C&O-2005: AAAI'05 workshop on Contexts and Ontologies: Theory, Practice and Applications

From: pavel <pavel@dit.unitn.it>
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 16:49:03 +0100
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To: "Pavel" <pavel@dit.unitn.it>
Apologies for cross-postings
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                                   C&O-2005 deadlines are extended 
                 due to a switch in deadlines for the AAAI'05 conference. 

April 20, 2005:  Deadline (extended) for the submissions. 
May 11, 2005:  Deadline (extended) for the notification of acceptance/rejection.
May 18, 2005:  Deadline (extended) for the receipt of camera-ready papers. 

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                                             The AAAI-05 Workshop on
              Contexts and Ontologies: Theory, Practice and Applications (C&O-2005)
                                               http://www.c-and-o.net/


            July 9-10, 2005, AAAI Workshop Program, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
 
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OBJECTIVES
The goal of the workshop is to bring together people from the context and ontology communities and 
to discuss the approaches they use for information integration. Therefore, the workshop will push the 
cross-fertilization and exchange of ideas (e.g., which of the methods from the ontology community 
can be successfully adopted in the context community, and vice versa), and, hence, make their 
meeting mutually beneficial.
 
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TOPICS of interest include, but are not limited to:
Foundations: 
    Coordination of multiple contexts and ontologies; 
    Meaning negotiation of multiple contexts and ontologies; 
    Languages for combination of multiple contexts and ontologies; 
    Logics for combination of multiple contexts and ontologies. 
Theory & Practice: 
    Techniques and tools for matching (aligning) contexts and ontologies;
    Techniques and tools for merging contexts and ontologies;
    Techniques and tools for transforming contexts and ontologies;
    Techniques and tools for translating contexts and ontologies; 
    Techniques and tools for reconciling contexts and ontologies; 
    Techniques for query answering based on multiple contexts and ontologies;
    Benchmarking of tools for integration of contexts and ontologies;
    Comparisons of techniques and tools for matching, merging, transforming, translating, and 
    reconciling contexts and ontologies;
    Scalability of techniques for integration of contexts and ontologies;
    Comparison of uses of contexts and ontologies.
Applications:
    Semantic Web;
    DB model management;
    E-commerce;
    Telecommunications, multimedia, content indexing; 
    Knowledge management solutions for large organizations; 
    Pervasive computing systems.
 
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INVITED TALKS
1. Fausto Giunchiglia (http://www.dit.unitn.it/~fausto), University of Trento, Italy 
    Title of the talk: "Contexts meet Ontologies: Past, Present and Future"
 
2. Christopher Welty (http://www.research.ibm.com/people/w/welty/), IBM Research, USA 
    Title of the talk: "Ontologies meet Contexts: Past, Present and Future"
 
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FORMAT, ATTENDANCE AND SUBMISSIONS
The schedule assumes a one day workshop. The workshop will consist of the following components: 
keynote presentations, technical presentations, posters/demos, and general discussion.
 
The audience is assumed to consist of both academia and industry. Thus, the workshop can improve 
academic awareness of industrial needs, and therefore direct research towards those needs. 
Simultaneously, the workshop will serve to inform industry representatives about existing research 
efforts that may meet their business needs.
 
Attendance is limited to active participants only. Contributions to the workshop can be made in terms 
of technical papers or statements of interest. Technical papers should be not longer than 8 pages using 
the AAAI-05 style (http://www.aaai.org/Workshops/workshops.html). Statements of interest should 
not exceed 2 pages using the AAAI-05 style. All contributions should be prepared in PDF format and 
should be sent by email to Pavel Shvaiko:
 
pavel@dit.unitn.it

Contributions will be refereed by the Program Committee. 
Accepted papers and statements of interest will be published as AAAI Technical report series.
Also we will publish the extended versions of the best technical papers of the workshop in the
Journal on Data Semantics (http://lbdwww.epfl.ch/e/Springer/).
 
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IMPORTANT DATES
April 20, 2005: Extended deadline for the submissions. 
May 11, 2005: Extended deadline for the notification of acceptance/rejection.
May 18, 2005: Extended deadline for the receipt of camera-ready papers. 

Note that this is a tight schedule: it allows only 1 week for preparing a camera-ready copy. 
Unfortunately, we are unable to change these dates. 
This tight timeline is due to scheduling problems in the AAAI'05 conference.
 
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PROGRAM COMMITTEE 
 
Alex Borgida, Rutgers University, USA 
Paolo Bouquet, University of Trento, Italy 
AnHai Doan, University of Illinois, USA 
Jérôme Euzenat, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France 
Richard Fikes, Stanford University, USA 
Timothy W. Finin, University of Maryland, USA 
Fausto Giunchiglia, University of Trento, Italy 
Michael Gruninger, NIST, USA 
Ramanathan Guha, IBM Research, USA 
Frank van Harmelen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Yannis Kalfoglou, University of Southampton, UK 
Vipul Kashyap, Clinical Informatics R&D, USA 
Alain Léger, France Telecom R&D, France 
Maurizio Marchese, University of Trento, Italy 
Deborah L. McGuinness, Stanford University, USA 
John Mylopoulos, University of Toronto, Canada 
Natalya Noy, Stanford University, USA 
Leo Obrst, MITRE, USA 
Dimitris Plexousakis, University of Crete, Greece 
Michel Plu, France Telecom, France 
Fano Ramparany, France Telecom, France 
Luciano Serafini, ITC-IRST, Italy 
Amit Sheth, University of Georgia, USA 
Pavel Shvaiko, University of Trento, Italy 
Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands 
York Sure, AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany 
Michael Uschold, Boeing, USA 
Holger Wache, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Christopher Welty, IBM Research, USA 


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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE 
1.Jerome Euzenat 
INRIA Rhone-Alpes
e-mail: Jerome.Euzenat@inrialpes.fr

2.Alain Leger
France Telecom R&D Rennes
e-mail: alain.leger@rd.francetelecom.com

3.Deborah L. McGuinness
Stanford University
e-mail: dlm@ksl.stanford.edu

4.Pavel Shvaiko (CHAIR)
University of Trento
e-mail: pavel@dit.unitn.it 

5.Holger Wache
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
e-mail: holger@cs.vu.nl


 
Cheers,
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Pavel Shvaiko
PhD Student, University of Trento
Dept. of Information and Communication Technology
Sommarive 14, POVO, 38050, TRENTO, ITALY
Tel:  +39 (0461) 883914; Fax: +39 (0461) 882093
Web: http://www.dit.unitn.it/~pavel/
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