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From: Jay <jparaki@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 12:58:31 +0530
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Hello!
Biomedical Ontology is the backbone of any successful Telemedicine
service. If any ontologist wishes to join me in planning an Ontology
Workshop for the conference, please email me.
Regards
Dr Jayanth G Paraki

On 6/10/07, Obrst, Leo J. <lobrst@mitre.org> wrote:
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> Apologies for cross-postings; please share with colleagues and prospective
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> NOTE: Paper submission date: July 15, 2007
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> Call for Papers: OIC 2007: ONTOLOGY FOR THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY
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> Towards Effective Exploitation and Integration of Intelligence Resources
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> Hilton Hotel, Columbia, MD
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> November 28-30, 2007
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> (November 30th is CLASSIFIED: those with TS/SCI clearances only and will be
> in Hanover, MD, near Columbia, MD).
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> The increasing volume, variety and velocity of intelligence analysis
> requires new approaches that will enable greater flexibility, precision,
> timeliness and automation of analysis to maximize valuable human resources
> in responding to fast-evolving threats.
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> Ontology-based technology as applied in areas such as bioinformatics has
> demonstrated the possibility of gains along all of these dimensions. The
> time is ripe to extend these gains also to other spheres.
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> This conference will bring together experts on ontology-based technology
> with particular experience in the problems facing the intelligence
> community. It will feature invited talks from prominent ontologists and
> intelligence community leaders, as well as submitted papers focusing
> especially on the creation of public-domain ontology resources to support
> the work of intelligence analysts.
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> Conference Director: Barry Smith (National Center for Ontological Research,
> Buffalo)
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> Scientific Committee
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> Kathleen Stewart Hornsby (Maine) (Chair); Bill Andersen (Ontology Works);
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> Selmer Bringsjord (Rensselaer); Werner Ceusters (Buffalo); Randall Dipert
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> (Buffalo); Terry Janssen (Lockheed); Kathryn Laskey (George Mason
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> University); Kevin Lynch (CIA); Leo Obrst (MITRE); Chris Welty (IBM
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> Research)
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> CALL FOR PAPERS
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> Submissions are invited of short papers in pdf format (up to 1500 words)
> designed to serve as the basis for 20-minute oral presentations at the
> conference. Accepted papers will be published (at speaker discretion) in the
> proceedings, in both an online version and prospectively a printed version.
> The authors of selected papers will be invited to submit longer versions for
> publication in volume 1 of a new series on Ontology for the Intelligence
> Community.
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> Papers may address a wide variety of issues addressing the ontology needs of
> the intelligence community. We are especially interested in papers devoted
> to the task of creating an interoperable suite of public-domain ontologies
> relevant to intelligence analysis, covering areas such as:
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>          emergency response
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>          urban settings
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>          geospatial / cartographic
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>          ethnicity
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>          social networks
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>          images and imaging
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>          transportation
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>          moving object tracking
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>          religion and politics
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>          biology and health
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> The ontologies should be combinable at will in such a way as to support the
> integration of data describing different domains. We encourage submissions
> that describe scenarios where multiple ontologies are linked to support
> higher-order analysis and reasoning over complex data. Questions to be
> addressed might include: which domains should be included in such a suite of
> ontologies? how can we ensure that ontologies interoperate in useful ways?
> how can we address the specific problems arising in virtue of the partiality
> and uncertainty of intelligence data? how can we use domain ontologies to
> organize, display and share intelligence analysis hypotheses while also
> maintaining a clean distinction between types and instances in knowledge
> representation artifacts?
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> CLASSIFIED SESSION
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> A CLASSIFIED paper and presentation/demo day will be held on the 30th only
> for those holding TS/SCI Clearances.  Related Intelligence Community project
> participants are encouraged to submit unclassified and classified
> presentations.  Because we are still in the process of determining the
> submission procedure for this, UNCLASSIFIED inquiries about CLASSIFIED
> submissions or procedures can be addressed to Leo Obrst (lobrst@mitre.org)
> or Terry Janssen (terry.janssen@lmco.com).  Unclassified paper submissions
> with CLASSIFIED Demonstrations are also encouraged. We will have more
> general guidelines for CLASSIFIED submissions shortly.
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> Details on how to pass clearances, and to whom, will be provided to those
> who sign up for the CLASSIFIED day on the 30th.
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> Deadlines
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> Receipt of papers: July 15, 2007
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> Notification of acceptance: August 31, 2007
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> Further information regarding submission will be provided in due course at
> http://ncor.us/oic2007
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> For inquiries please write to ncor@buffalo.edu.
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> This meeting is sponsored by the NATIONAL CENTER FOR ONTOLOGICAL
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> RESEARCH - BUFFALO.
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> _____________________________________________
> Dr. Leo Obrst       The MITRE Corporation, Information Semantics
> lobrst@mitre.org    Information Discovery & Understanding, Command and
> Control Center
> Voice: 703-983-6770 7515 Colshire Drive, M/S H305
> Fax: 703-983-1379   McLean, VA 22102-7508, USA
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