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1st CFP KES-06 Invited Session on ENGINEERED APPLICATIONS OF SEMANTIC WEB - SWEA

From: Tommaso Di Noia <t.dinoia@poliba.it>
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 19:40:33 +0100
Message-Id: <200601261830.k0QIUuQL029398@mail.poliba.it>
To: "'Tommaso Di Noia'" <t.dinoia@poliba.it>, "'Eugenio Di Sciascio'" <disciascio@poliba.it>, "'Giovanni Semeraro'" <semeraro@di.uniba.it>

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======================= CALL FOR PAPERS ===================================

            Engineered Applications of Semantic Web 
                            SWEA
              http://sisinflab.poliba.it/kes2006/  

                  INVITED SESSION at the
             10th International Conference on 
Knowledge-Based & Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems
                       	  KES 2006
             http://kes2006.kesinternational.org/
 
 
Since the cornerstone article "The Semantic Web" by Tim Berners-Lee, 
James Hendler and Ora Lassila, thanks to the conjunction of both academic
and 
industrial efforts, many theoretical results have been produced, languages
and 
technologies implemented, frameworks proposed and scenarios hypothesized in 
order to go from a "web of links" towards a "web of meaning". In spite of an

initial skepticism about the Semantic Web initiative, promising prototypes
and 
tools have been developed, both exploiting and boosting Semantic Web
technologies. 
Relevant applications and scenarios include, among others:

 - semantic matchmakers
 - semantic web portals
 - semantic social networking
 - semantic web services
 - ontology mappers and mergers
 - ontology browsers
 - e-science
 - e-business
 - e-commerce, e-negotiation, e-marketplace
 - e-learning
 - semantic based multimedia sources categorization and classification
 - supply chain management
 - semantic-based user interfaces
 - PIM, user profiling
 - mobile computing
 - ubiquitous computing

The aim of this KES'06 session is to gather researchers from various fields
in 
order to present the most prominent engineered prototypes and tools
successfully 
exploiting semantic web technologies and approaches. They must be able
either to 
solve issues that would be unfeasible / much harder without semantics or to
help 
the development and circulation of Semantic Web related technologies as well
as 
to be reused in different contexts (not necessarily the web).



Papers are invited from authors with interests on the indicated scope and
related 
areas of application. The conference proceedings will be published by
Springer-Verlag 
(http://www.springer.com/) in Lecture Notes in AI as part of the LNCS/LNAI 
(http://www.springer.com/sgw/cda/frontpage/0,11855,1-164-2-73659-0,00.html)
series. 
When formatting papers, please refer to the Springer-Verlag web site, and
strictly 
follow the Instructions to LNCS Authors 
(http://www.springer.com/sgw/cda/frontpage/0,11855,5-164-2-72376-0,00.html).

Please note that the required paper length is eight pages in Springer
format. 
Papers longer than this will be subject to a penalty charge. Papers very
much longer 
or shorter than the required length may be rejected.

To ensure high quality, all papers will be thoroughly reviewed by the SWEA 
Programme Committee. Papers may be rejected without being sent to the
reviewers if 
they are too long. Papers may be rejected without being reviewed if it is
judged 
that they do not lie sufficiently within the scope of the conference.
All papers for KES2006 must be submitted in electronic form using the PROSE 
software review system (http://kes2006.kesinternational.org/proselogin.php).


All accepted papers must be presented by one of the authors who must
register 
for the conference and pay the fee. Authors are not encouraged to submit
multiple 
papers, and authors will be restricted to one paper per registration.

Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for publication in
the 
KES Journal (International Journal of Knowledge-Based and Intelligent
Engineering 
Systems) published by IOS Press (http://www.kesinternational.org/journal).




IMPORTANT DATES

The proposed schedule of important dates for the session is as follows:
 
- March 17, 2006 Paper Submission deadline 
- April 20, 2006 Notification of acceptance 
- April 27, 2006 Camera-ready version deadline 
- October 9-11, 2006 Session Date 


PROGRAM COMMITTEE 
(TBA)


ORGANIZATION

Tommaso DI NOIA 
Politecnico di Bari
Bari, Italy
tel : +39 080 5963903
fax : +39 080 5963410
mail: t.dinoia@poliba.it

Eugenio DI SCIASCIO 
Politecnico di Bari
Bari, Italy
tel : +39 080 5963903
fax : +39 080 5963410
mail: disciascio@poliba.it

Giovanni SEMERARO
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Bari
Bari, Italy
tel : +39 080 544 2140
fax : +39 080 544 3300
mail: semeraro@di.uniba.it
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