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Deadline extended to Aug 7 - CfP: 3rd International Workshop on the use of Semantic Web Technology for Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications (SWUMA 2012)

From: Heather Packer <hp3@ecs.soton.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2012 18:40:40 +0100
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Note: Deadline has been extended to Aug 7 2012.


 Third Workshop on the use of
 Semantic Web Technology for
 Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications
 (SWUMA 2012)


 November 11 or 12, 2012 (TBC)
 ISWC Workshop Program, Boston, MA USA


In order for pervasive and mobile platforms to use large and complex
ontologies, online algorithms are required to fragment ontologies
on-the-fly. Resource limited platforms which are required to work in
real-time environments can reuse ontological definitions to build their
own vocabulary for their domains. Traditional ontology evolution
approaches are not suitable for this purpose because they focus on
creating sound and complete ontologies. We call for satisficing approaches
that provide a 'good enough answer' while limiting overhead costs, because
resource limited platforms would not be able to store, use or infer over
large complete ontologies. In this workshop we ask, how can we use large
ontologies in constrained environments and how can we build domain
specific ontologies for resource limited platforms? We are particularly
interested in research focused on (a) automatic online evolution
algorithms, (b) scalable ontology evolution algorithms, (c) generating
just-in-time ontology modules and fragments, and (d) evaluation
frameworks. This workshop aims to gather research covering the above
mentioned challenges, and bringing together researchers and foster future


1 June, 2012 Call for Papers released
7 August, 2012 Paper Deadline (midnight Hawaii time) (Extended)
21 August, 2012 Paper Acceptance Notification
10 September, 2012 Camera-ready versions
11 or 12 November, 2012 Workshop held (date TBC)


Lightweight semantic negotiation for mobile and ubiquitous applications;
Semantic Web and p2p;
Ontologies for mobile and ubiquitous systems;
Semantic Web Technology for Context aware applications;
Knowledge representation, discovery and management in mobile and
ubiquitous applications;
Knowledge representation, discovery and management for semantic web
services in mobile and ubiquitous environments;
Semantic web services;
Dynamic composition of semantic web services;
Agent technologies for mobile and ubiquitous systems;
Integration of agent-based services and web services;
Mobile and ubiquitous databases and information retrieval.


SWUMA accepts 12-page papers, to be presented as 25 minute talks, and
4-page short papers, which will be present as 5 minute lightning talks.

Papers to be submitted in the Springer LNCS proceedings style (see ISWC
guidelines at:
http://iswc2012.semanticweb.org/call-research-papers )

Papers should be submitted to the SWUMA2012 easychair installation at:


Heather Packer (University of Southampton)
Nick Gibbins (University of Southampton)
Terry Payne (University of Liverpool)


Dave Robertson (University of Edinburgh)
Laura Moss (NHS, Department of Clinical Physics and Bioengineering)
Pavel Klinov (Clark  font-size: medium;">Till Mossakowski (University of
Thomas Schneider (University of Bremen)
Bijan Parsia (University of Manchester)
Mike Jewell (University of Southampton)
Gianluca Correndo (University of Southampton)
Valentina Tamma (University of Liverpool)
Floriana Grasso (University of Liverpool)
Chiara Ghidini (FBK)
Robert Hoehndorf (University of Cambridge)
Massimo Paolucci (DoCoMo)
Matthias Klusch (DFKI)
Michael Gruninger (University of Toronto)
Melanie Courtot (BC Cancer Research Centre)
Marco Schorlemmer (IIIA, CSIC)

Information will be updated on the SWUMA2012 website:
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