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WEO-DIA 2012 : Well-founded Everyday Ontologies - Design, Implementations & Applications


When Sep 9, 2012 - Sep 9, 2012
Where Wrocław, Poland
Submission Deadline Apr 22, 2012
Notification Due Jun 17, 2012
Final Version Due Jul 8, 2012
Categories    ontology   artificial intelligence   knowledge representation   computational linguistics

Call For Papers

Workshop description
Nowadays, computational ontologies are commonly used as conceptual
models of information systems (IS) created in different domains, such
as: engineering, law, social sciences, biomedicine, humanities, business
enterprise, geography, library science etc. They are used both in the
design and the exploitation phases of the IS's life. However, what can
be largely observed, the main drawback of the majority of such
ontologies is their insufficient ontic expressiveness and lack of a good
foundations. Thus, the question arises: is the ontological engineering
mature enough to apply the sophisticated theoretical solutions and
propose methodologies and tools enabling to create both practical and
expressive ontologies for everyday use? We call such ontologies shortly:

The aim of the workshop is to gather researchers and practitioners
interested in answering the posed question. Particularly, we single out
three main scientific areas, for which research feedback is expected.

The first domain of interest addresses the design and application of
ontological structures that are strongly influenced by philosophy, but
are still reasonably applicable. The area includes foundational approach
driven ontology creation strategies for concrete domains and applications.

The linguistic investigations concerning national and multi-language
semantic lexicons provide, among other resources, also the top-level
ontologies. The second considered research area addresses the problem of
using such ontologies (possibly accompanied by other linguistic
resources) to build well-founded and tractable domain conceptual models.

Most ontology-building approaches proposed by computer engineers employ
algorithimcs (i.e. data mining, machine learning etc.). Even though they
benefit from the automation at the same time they suffer from the bad
(ontic) quality of obtained ontologies. Thus, issues concerned with
bridging the gap between bottom-up automatically engineered ontologies
and foundational/top-level manually created ones, constitute the third
scientific area we are strongly interested in.

Paper publication
a) Accepted and presented papers will be published in the Conference
Proceedings and included in the IEEE XploreR database. They will be also
submitted for indexation in: DBLP Computer Science Bibliography, Google
Scholar, Inspec, Scirus, SciVerse Scopus and Thomson Reuters -
Conference Proceedings Citation Index
b) Authors should submit draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of MSWord
file) that should not exceed 8 pages (IEEE style).
c) Extended versions of selected papers presented during the conference
will be published as a Special Issue of LNCS Transactions on
Computational Collective Intelligence journal
d) Papers submitted for WEO-DIA will take part in a competition for
Professor Zdzislaw Pawlak Best Paper Awards

Important dates
a) Paper submission: April 22, 2012
b) Author notification: June 17, 2012
c) Final submission and registration: July 8, 2012
d) Workshop date: September 9, 2012, Wrocław, Poland

The workshop is associated with the 7th International Symposium:
Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Applications (AAIA'12), that is
a part of Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information
Systems (FedCSIS), to be held in Wrocław, Poland, 9-12 September 2012,
under auspices of Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education

Committees' members

Garbacz, Paweł, (Co-Chair), John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland,
Józefowska, Joanna, (Co-Chair), Poznań University of Technology, Poland,
Katarzyniak, Radosław (Co-Chair), Wrocław University of Technology, Poland,
Blomqvist, Eva, Linköping University, Sweden
Borgo, Stefano, Laboratory for Applied Ontology, Italy
Budzyńska, Katarzyna, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland
Carrara, Massimiliano, Universita di Padova, Italy
Cybulka, Jolanta, Poznań University of Technology, Poland,
Goczyła, Krzysztof, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
Kaczmarek, Janusz, Łódź University, Poland
Kulicki, Piotr, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland,
Ławrynowicz, Agnieszka, Poznań University of Technology, Poland
Martinek, Jacek, Poznań University of Technology, Poland
Mizoguchi, Riichiro, Osaka University, Japan
Morshed, Ahsan, Food and Agricultural Organization of UN (FAO), Italy
Nalepa, Grzegorz J., AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Palma, Raúl , Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
Soldatova, Larisa N., The University of Wales, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom
Vacura, Miroslav, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
Węcel, Krzysztof, Poznań University of Economics, Poland

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