Don't miss the deadline: Submit Your Late-Breaking News Abstract for WIMS'11.


Call for Breaking News - Abstracts

The International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics
(WIMS'11) will provide an excellent international forum for sharing
knowledge and results in theory, methodology and applications of Web
intelligence, Web mining and Web semantics.

The WIMS'11 program will feature several invited talks, peer-reviewed
contributed talks, tutorials , workshops and posters. However, in addition,
as an innovation for WIMSí11, some time at the conference will be set aside
for "breaking news" presentations submitted on the basis of a two-page
abstract. These presentations may report on

ongoing or unpublished projects,
projects already completed elsewhere,
partially developed ideas,
negative results etc.,
and are meant as informal forum to encourage discussion. Abstracts should
summarize and highlight why the projects will be of interest to the WIMS

Abstracts on all aspects of Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics are
strongly encouraged, including but not limited to:

Semantics-driven Information Retrieval
Semantic Agent Systems
Semantic Data Search
Interaction Paradigms for Semantic Search
Evaluation of Semantic Search
User Interfaces
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
Web Mining
Ontology Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Knowledge Bases
Ubiquitous Computing
Semantic Deep Web and Intelligent e-Technology
Representation Techniques for Web-based knowledge
Quality of Life Technology for Web Document Access
Rule markup languages and systems
Machine Learning & Knowledge Discovery
Semantic 3D media and content
Optimization-based Data Mining and Web Intelligence
Web Personalization and Recommender Systems
Social Search and Web Logs Analysis
Opinion Mining for Business Intelligence
Natural Language Processing and Web Intelligence
Intelligent Web Interaction
Service-Oriented Intelligence
Collaborative Agents
Human-Oriented Knowledge
Scalability vs. expressivity of reasoning on the Web

The best breaking news poster from all submissions will be determined by the
PC and a Best 'Breaking News' Award will be presented at the conference.

How to submit
The length of breaking news abstract is 2 pages in ACM format.

Please note that the submission format is MS Word or PDF. The two-page
abstracts must be written in English and formatted according to the ACM
guidelines. Author instructions and style files can be downloaded at

Authors of accepted abstracts are expected to attend the conference and
present their work. Selected extended abstracts will be invited to appear in
a special issue of reputed journal in the field.

Submissions will be considered if they are received by 23:59, *March 1st
2011*, Universal Time (Greenwich Mean Time).

Breaking news abstracts must be sent to the Chair, Program Committee

Received on Thursday, 17 February 2011 11:45:00 UTC