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UOII 2011 : Workshop User Oriented Information Integration


When Oct 6, 2011 - Oct 6, 2011
Where Riga, Latvia
Submission Deadline Jul 15, 2011
Notification Due Aug 15, 2011
Final Version Due Aug 30, 2011
Categories    information integration   personalization   data warehouse   databases

Call For Papers

Workshop User Oriented Information Integration (UOII) to be held in conjunction with the 10th International Conference on Perspectives in Business Informatics Research - BIR2011 - Riga, Latvia, October 6-8, 2011.

Overview and Goals of the Workshop Sessions

There are two main approaches to information integration – virtualization, where data are stored in data sources and data integration is virtual using a global schema, which contains data source attributes; and materialization or data warehousing approach, where data are integrated, transformed and stored according to a data warehouse schema. Recent works in information integration research concern several specific cases such as "Event based data integration", "User centric data integration", "Streaming data integration" and others. Regardless of the integration approach, there is a problem that a user is provided with a huge amount of information. It is difficult for a user to orient oneself in this information and to find what is needed. In addition, widely spread internet applications based on databases have significantly boosted the number of data source users with different needs.

It is necessary to supply a user with data to such extent, format and time that is necessary for a user with appropriate technical means. For this purpose, it is necessary to specify user needs – data items, information quality, which satisfies the user (data topicality, conformity to other relevant criteria). On the other hand, there is information offer – existing data in different data sources with properties specific to these data sources – data source models, data semantics, data quality, technical parameters (accessibility etc.), as well as the existing means to integrate these data according to user needs.

Regardless of whether virtualization or materialization approach is being used, the goal of the user oriented information integration is to bring together these two parties – users and information, considering the requirement for information, rather than information supply as a key factor.

The main goal of the workshop is to discuss the relevant methods to specify the user actual information needs from many different data sources with huge amount of data, model and develop solutions to satisfy these needs.

The Workshop topics include, but not limited to:

× Data Materialization and Virtualization Approaches

× Context Oriented Information Integration

× Event Based Information Integration

× User Centric Information Integration

× Real-Time Information Integration

× Interactive Integration

× Semantic Data Integration

× Business Intelligence over Integrated Data

× Semantic Search over Integrated Data

× Personalized Content Access over Integrated Data

× User and Context Issues to Support Data Integration and Integrated Content Access:

- User Modeling, User Preference Elicitation, User Profiling

- Context Modeling and Context Identification

- Context-aware User Profiling and Personalization

- Context-aware System Architectures

Paper Submission

Papers must be written in English and should not exceed 8 pages. However, there will be a possibility to submit extended version, if the paper is selected to be published in Springer.

Authors should use Springer LNBIP paper format requirements for their submissions.

Submitted papers should be original contributions and should not be accepted or submitted elsewhere until the decisions of the BIR2011 Workshop program committee are announced.

The best selected Workshop papers will be published in Springer LNBIP as post-conference BIR2011 Workshop proceedings.

Accepted papers will also be published in local proceedings of the conference BIR2011 and will be available at the Workshop.

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