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[Fwd: Fwd: Semantic Web Workshop: Preliminary CFP (Deadline: July 3)]

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From: Marie Wallin <mw@LIB.KTH.SE>
Subject: Fwd: Semantic Web Workshop: Preliminary CFP (Deadline: July 3)
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To ICSTI members, for information
Marie Wallin

ECDL2000 stands for European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology
for Digital Libraries- the fourth this year, 18-20 September 2000 - Lisbon,
Portugal
In connction to that conference, a workshop on Semantic Web, see below

Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 10:08:42 -0500 (CDT)
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>Subject: Semantic Web Workshop: Preliminary CFP (Deadline: July 3)
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>Please accept our apologies for multiple postings of this announcement.
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>             Semantic Web: Models, Architectures and Management
>
>A workshop following ECDL'2000 Conference Lisbon, September 21st 2000
>(http://www.ics.forth.gr/proj/isst/SemWeb/)
>
>Preliminary Call-for-Papers
>
>The term "semantic web" has been coined by Tim Berners-Lee in 1998 to
>denote the efforts dealing with the conceptual structuring of the Web
>in an explicit and machine-readable way. The primary goal of
>semantic web is to facilitate resource discovery, information
>filtering and "intelligent browsing". The objective of the workshop is
>to bring together and foster interaction among individuals
>conducting research in the theory and implementation of the semantic
>web. We invite submissions reporting original results on the
>following, non-exhaustive, list of relevant themes:
>
>- Models and Formalisms for Knowledge Sharing in the Web
>- Semantic Interoperability & Metadata Standards (Topic-Maps, RDF, XML Schema)
>- Knowledge-based Mediation Architectures
>- Modularity & Scalability of Metadata Repositories
>- Distributed Inference Services
>- Query Languages for the Semantic Web
>- Methods and Tools for generating Web Conceptual Schemas
>- Intelligent Browsing Interfaces & Personalization
>- Automated Categorization of Web Resources
>- Semantic Web Applications for User Communities (Digital Libraries,
>E-Commerce, etc.).
>
>Papers should be at most 5000 words in length. Electronic submissions
>are strongly encouraged, in Postscript or PDF formats. If electronic
>submission is not possible, 10 copies of the manuscript should be sent via
>regular mail to one of the program co-chairs. Guidelines for
>electronic submission can be found in the Workshop's web page:
>http://www.ics.forth.gr/proj/isst/SemWeb/
>
>Important dates:
>
>Manuscript submission deadline: July 3, 2000
>Notification of acceptance: August 11, 2000
>Final versions due: September 1, 2000
>Workshop at ECDL: September 21, 2000
>
>Accepted papers will appear in the Workshop's Electronic Proceedings that
>will be available prior to the Workshop day.
>
>Program Committee
>
>General Chair: Panos Constantopoulos (FORTH & Univ. of Crete)
>PC chairs: Vassilis Christophides & Dimitris Plexousakis (FORTH & Univ. of
>Crete)
>
>- Bernd Amann   (CNAM-Paris)                 amann@cnam.fr
>- Thomas Baker  (GMD)                        Thomas.Baker@gmd.de
>- Rose Dieng    (INRIA)                      Rose.Dieng@sophia.inria.fr
>- Marie-Christine Rousset (Univ. of ORSAY)   Marie-Christine.Rousset@lri.fr
>- Alain Michard (INRIA)                      Alain.Michard@inria.fr
>- Anne-Marie Vercoustre (INRIA)              Anne-Marie.Vercoustre@inria.fr
>- Michel Scholl (CNAM-Paris)                 scholl@cnam.fr
>- Amit Sheth    (Univ. of Georgia)           amit@cs.uga.edu
>
>General Chair:  Dr. Panos Constantopoulos
>                Department of Computer Science
>                University of Crete
>                and Institute of Computer Science
>                Foundation of Research and Technology - Hellas
>               E-mail: panos@ics.forth.gr
>               Tel: (+30) 81 391634
>               Fax: (+30) 81 391601
>
>PC Chairs:     Dr. Vassilis Christophides
>                Institute of Computer Science
>                Foundation of Research and Technology - Hellas
>               E-mail: christop@ics.forth.gr
>               Tel: (+30) 81 391628
>               Fax: (+30) 81 391601
>
>and
>
>               Dr. Dimitris Plexousakis
>                Department of Computer Science
>                University of Crete
>                and Institute of Computer Science
>                Foundation of Research and Technology - Hellas
>               Tel: (+30) 81 391637
>               Fax: (+30) 81 391601
>               E-mail: dp@ics.forth.gr
>
>For information and inquiries regarding submissions please contact
>the PC Chairs.

Marie Wallin
Project manager and International relations
Royal Institute of Technology Library, Stockholm
KTHB, S-10044 Stockholm, Sweden.
Tel: +46 (0)8 790 8974 Fax: +46 (0)8 790 7466. E-mail: mw@lib.kth.se

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