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Re: CFP: FOIS Workshop on Ontology-Driven Information Systems Engineering (ODISE)

From: Yury Katkov <katkov.juriy@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 10:21:09 +0600
Message-ID: <CAAT7DEHz5ac_RUm3z_ebmmn5f0BDZchp3ODj7kzBNT+z-vOzPw@mail.gmail.com>
To: frank.loebe@informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Cc: semantic-web@w3.org
Announcement on semanticweb.org:


Hopefully it will attract more attention to the event. Feel free to
fix the details on a wiki.

Yury Katkov

On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 11:24 PM,
<frank.loebe@informatik.uni-leipzig.de> wrote:
> 4th International Workshop on Ontology Driven IS Engineering (ODISE)
> URL: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/~cssrssc/events/odise2012/
> co-located with Formal Ontology in Information Systems (FOIS) 2012
> Graz, Austria - 24-27 July 2012
> *** Theme ***
> Ontologies are becoming increasingly popular in the development of
> information systems. Their use however is mainly limited to either the
> initial or end phases of the lifecycle, namely business modelling and
> implementation, and their adoption is normally not characterised by an
> integrated and coherent end to end approach which systematically discovers
> the real-world semantics of business requirements, represents such semantics
> in formal ontologies and subsequently grounds the software design and
> implementation ontologically. What is also lacking is a sound approach to
> ontological reuse such that existing ontological patterns be used to drive
> the discovery of system requirements with the potential to more easily
> identifying previously developed software components which can be
> semantically mapped to those ontological patterns.
> Ontology-Driven Information Systems Engineering (ODISE, pronounced odyssey)
> concerns the practical and formal application of ontologies to all phases of
> the software development lifecycle. Contributions in the form of research,
> research-in-progress papers and practitioner reports are welcome. Of
> particular interest to the workshop are contributions that emphasise formal
> ontologies and real world semantics in improving IS engineering and
> contributing toward developing software that is more adaptive and responsive
> to changing business requirements.
> This workshop is aimed at discussing the above themes and to bring together
> academics, researchers and practitioners (with a background in IS
> engineering and/or ontology development) in order to develop an agenda of
> future collaborations that combine research and industrial expertise.
> Topics for contributions include, but are not limited to:
> - Ontology as a means to inform the process of gathering requirements.
> - Ontology as a means to inform architecture development directly from
> requirements specifications.
> - Ontology as a means to inform the software design directly from the
> architecture specification.
> - Ontology as a means to model the software development process and the
> software product itself.
> - Ontologies as run-time artefacts or to inform the design of run-time
> artefacts.
> - The role of ontology reasoning in the software engineering process.
> - The role of ontologies in model-driven development.
> - Philosophical ontologies (3D vs. 4D) and their role in IS development
> - Comparison of different ODISE mechanisms  (e.g. domain-specific modelling,
> profiling, etc.).
> - Comparison of the role of foundational ontologies vs. domain ontologies in
> - Ontology driven development of service software.
> - Methodological issues for ODISE.
> - Problems of semantic mismatch between traditional IS modelling paradigms,
> approaches, techniques, etc. and ontological modelling.
> - Ontology-based development/modelling/programming languages.
> *** Important Dates and Submission ***
> Authors are invited to submit papers via EasyChair. Please check the
> workshop Web site for further instructions. Deadlines are as follows:
> 30 April 2012: Submission deadline for ODISE paper
> 31 May 2012: Notification of acceptance
> 21 June 2012: Revisions due
> 24 July 2012: Workshop
> *** Organisers ***
> Sergio de Cesare (Brunel University, U.K.)
> Frederik Gailly (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
> Grant Holland (Organic Complex Systems Institute, U.S.A.)
> Mark Lycett (Brunel University, U.K.)
> Chris Partridge (BORO Solutions and Brunel University, U.K.)
> *** Programme Committee ***
> Mutaz al-Debei (University of Jordan, Jordan)
> Mohammad AL  Asswad (Amjad Rass Inc, U.S.A.)
> Laden Aldin (Oxford Brookes University, U.K.)
> Matthias Allgaier (SAP, Germany)
> Awny Alnusair (Indiana University Kokomo, U.S.A.)
> David Bell (Brunel University, U.K.)
> Mike Bennett (Hypercube, U.K.)
> John Breslin (DERI, NUI Galway, Ireland)
> Bernd Bruegge (Technische Universität München, Germany)
> Matt-Mouley Bouamrane (University of Glasgow, U.K.)
> Andrea Cali (Birkbeck College, University of London, U.K.)
> Steve Counsell (Brunel University, U.K.)
> Marija Cubric (University of Hertfordshire, U.K.)
> Sergio Espańa (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
> Dragan Gasevic (Athabasca University, Canada)
> Guido Geerts (University of Delaware, U.S.A.)
> Nicola Guarino (CNR, Italy)
> Giancarlo Guizzardi (Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil)
> Brian Henderson-Sellers (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
> Geert Poels (Ghent University, Belgium)
> Bahareh Rahmanzadeh Heravi (DERI, NUI Galway, Ireland)
> Pavel Hruby (Microsoft, Denmark)
> Thomas Moser (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
> Fernando Silva Parreiras (FUMEC University, Brazil)
> Oscar Pastor (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
> Károly Tilly (Invarion, Hungary)
> Karsten Tolle (Frankfurt University, Germany)
> Matthew West (Information Junction, U.K.)
Received on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 04:22:09 UTC

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