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Standards for Smart Applications (Call for Papers)

From: Christian De Sainte Marie <csma@fr.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2012 17:53:42 +0100
To: Christian De Sainte Marie <csma@fr.ibm.com>
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Standards for Smart Applications (S4SA) is an ECAI 2012 workshop on 
knowledge representation standards and integrating knowledge sources, with 
a focus on bridging across heterogeneous standards, as a way to avoid the 
creation of "knowledge representation silos".

Web site: http://sites.google.com/site/s4sa2012/

Call for Papers
Submission deadline: 28 May 2012

The objective of this workshop is to promote research and education on the 
combination and integration of knowledge representation standards.

Here, knowledge representation standards are meant in a broad sense, not 
limited to what is traditionally seen as knowledge representation in the 
Artificial Intelligence and semantic technology communities: this workshop 
will consider integration and bridges between OWL, RIF, RuleML and other 
?traditional? knowledge representation standards, but also with and 
between BPMN, SBVR, XBRL, fact-based modelling standards such as ORM, 
XML-based and non-XML industry standards such as MISMO, HL7, X9, ACORD and 
many more.

The workshop will gather researchers and practitioners interested in 
knowledge representation standards and in the standard-based integration 
of multiple knowledge representations for the development of smarter 
applications and for the broader adoption of knowledge-based technology.

Papers and contributions are invited on all the theoretical, technical and 
practical aspects of combining multiple knowledge representation 
standards, such as, but not limited to:
- Semantics for combinations of knowledge representation standards
- Technology that combines multiple standard knowledge representations
- Mapping and translation between standards
- Extending VS combining standards
- Requirements on new standards and extensions of existing standards to 
improve inter-operability of diverse knowledge representation paradigms
- Experience with standard-based integration of multiple knowledge 
- New, emerging and proposed knowledge representation standards (and how 
they fit in the bigger picture)
- Use cases and requirements with standard-based integration of multiple 
knowledge representations
- Performance and scalability issues related to standard-based integration 
of multiple knowledge representations

For complete information about the workshop and the call for papers, check 
the workshop Web site:

For the program committee,
Christian de Sainte Marie

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