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CFP: Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage Workshop (SW4CH’17) in conjunction with ADBIS’17

From: Stéphane Jean <jean@ensma.fr>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 09:43:17 +0100
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CALL FOR PAPERS 2nd Int. Workshop on Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage 

in conjunction with ADBIS’2017 / Nicosia, Cyprus / September 24-27, 2017
*** Proceedings to be published (online) by Springer ***
*** Best papers to be published in a journal (ISI indexed) special issue***

* Paper submission: April 7, 2017
* Paper notification: June 2, 2017
* Camera-ready paper: June 25, 2017
* Workshop: September 24, 2017


Cultural Heritage is gaining a lot of attention from academic and 
industry perspectives. Scientific researchers, organizations, 
associations, schools are looking for relevant technologies for 
annotating, integrating, sharing, accessing, visualizing, analyzing the 
mine of cultural data, taking also into account profiles and preferences 
of end users. Several national (CATCH in the Netherlands, FinnONTO in 
Finland, and KMM in Sweden, PATRIMA in France, etc.) and European 
programmes (EUROPEANA, PARTHENOS) have been launched to these directions.
If most of cultural information systems developed in these programmes 
begin to process data based on the syntactic, or structural level, 
without leveraging the rich semantic structures underlying the content, 
during the last decade Semantic Web solutions have also been proposed to 
explicit these semantics structures and make them machine operable and 
interoperable. In parallel, resources such as the CIDOC-CRM’s ecosystem 
have matured. As institutions bring their data to the Semantic Web 
level, the tasks of data integrating, sharing, mining, analyzing, 
visualizing, etc. are now to be conceived in this new and very rich 
Several large conferences on Semantic Web exist, and several large 
conferences on Digital Humanities including Cultural Heritage topics 
exist. As data is at the core of Cultural Heritage systems, this is 
ADBIS, a conference centered on database and information system topics, 
who host the Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage workshop. It is intended 
to be a forum for interdisciplinary research teams, involved in Semantic 
Web solutions for Cultural Heritage. Interdisciplinarity is mandatory, 
as the Semantic Web is a matter of computer, information and data 
scientists, while the Cultural Heritage field brings together actors 
from various Humanities and Social Sciences disciplines. In this novel 
collaboration space, it is crucial to have places and times to meet, 
share and discuss methods, tools, knowledge and understanding from 
different points of views.


We seek original and high quality submissions related (but not limited) 
to one or more of the following topics:

Ontologies and Vocabularies for Cultural Heritage
-    User Requirements life cycle for Cultural Heritage
-    Vocabularies, thesauri, metadata schemas, and ontologies
-    Semantic Web content creation, annotation, and extraction
-    Ontology creation, extraction, and evolution
-    Ontology mapping, merging, and alignment
-    Use and development of standards, such as SKOS, etc.
-    Developments and applications of the CIDOC Conceptual Reference 
Model (CRM)
-    Virtual Cultural Heritage collections
-    Integration of virtual and physical collections
-    Ontology design patterns for Cultural Heritage

Interaction, explicitation of Semantics of Cultural Heritage
-    Search, query, and visualization of the Cultural Heritage on the 
Semantic Web
-    Search of virtual and integrated Cultural Heritage collections
-    Personalized access of Cultural Heritage collections
-    Contex-aware information presentation
-    Navigation and browsing
-    Facet browsers
-    Interactive user interfaces
-    Social aspects in Cultural Heritage access and presentation
-    Trust and provenance issues in mixed collection and mixed 
vocabulary applications

Usage and application of Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage
-    Creative industries
-    Tourist services
-    Museums
-    Digital Libraries
-    Integration of virtual and physical collections
-    Ambient Cultural Heritage
-    Mobile museum guides
-    Web-based museum guides
-    Applications with clear lessons learned

Knowledge discovery, semantic web Cultural Heritage architectures
-    Reasoning strategies (e.g. contextual, temporal, spatial)
-    Machine learning and NLP techniques
-    Cultural Heritage services
-    Peer-to-peer Cultural Heritage architectures
-    E-infrastructures for Cultural Heritage


Authors are invited to submit unpublished original work. Submitted 
papers must be writen in LateX, use the LNCS style 
http://www.springer.com/series/11156 (see the link "Instructions for 
Authors" in the right hand side), and may not exceed 10 pages. Papers 
will be submitted electronically in PDF, using this link: 


Program Co-Chairs: Béatrice Markhoff, LI, Université François Rabelais 
de Tours, France, and Stéphane Jean, LIAS/ENSMA, France

Other members of the organization, including the Program Committee, can 
be found at: http://SW4CH2017.ensma.fr/
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