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SSC 2011 : International Workshop on Social Service Computing

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Link: http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/ssc2011
 
When Dec 5, 2011 - Dec 5, 2011
Where PAPHOS, CYPRUS
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2011
Notification Due Oct 23, 2011
Final Version Due Nov 7, 2011
Categories    services   social   SOA   SOC
 

Call For Papers

Nowadays, a good number of applications exhibit social elements reported in people’s daily life. The objective of these applications is to link users together to facilitate interactions and make them richer and more productive. Social computing introduces a new dimension to the Web that goes beyond connecting HTML pages. Indeed, social applications based on weblogs, social networks, wikis, etc. have reinforced the role of the Web as an inevitable communication means. Among all these applications social networks are those that have attracted the attention of academia and industry communities. For instance, a social network platform like Facebook is being seen as a serious rival to some well established players in the Web business such as Google. This major shift in developing Web applications permits to accommodate users’ needs and requirements better, but raises major challenges in an environment that has become increasingly complex, less structured, and more hostile considering the great mass of knowledge generally hidden from users.
Despite the growing interest in integrating social computing with focus on social networks into Web applications, agility and competitiveness remain a challenge for modern enterprises to compete and respond quickly to market and business changes. Web applications are required to be interoperable. Web Services (WSs), which implement the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles, seem recently to be the technology of choice to develop interoperable applications that can cross organization boundaries. There is a kind of synergy between social computing and service computing. Social computing reflects relationships that people daily experience like friendship and dislike on social networks. Service computing allows developing applications as per the basic principle of “I offer services that somebody else may need” and “I require services that somebody else may offer”. The format of the workshop in terms of number of sessions, types of papers (long or short), keynote speakers, and last but not least panel discussions will be set upon completing paper review and author notification. The workshop format will be designed to foster discussion and developing action outcomes on key issues relating to social computing research relating to service computing.


AIM

This workshop aims at gathering researchers from the fields of social computing and service computing to think about the obstacles that hurdle the leveraging of social sciences and techniques for application to services. We target researchers from both industry and academia to join forces in this new area. We intend to discuss the recent and significant developments in the general area of Social Web Services and to promote cross-fertilization of techniques. In particular, we hope to identify techniques from social computing that will have the greatest impact on making Web services take into account their previous experiences to build networks of contacts. Another aim of the workshop is to identify important directions for the social community to focus on that may be adopted by the wider service community.


TOPICS

Social networks analysis and mining for Web services discovery
Group interaction and collaboration for Web services composition
Social networks for Web services privacy and security
Business opportunities for Social Web services
Impact of social interactions on services infrastructures and QoS
Social relationship between Web services
Social behavior and Web service transaction
Evolution of Web services in social-like environments
Social Web services and robustness
Reputation and social Web services
Recommendation and social Web services
Social tagging application for Web services
User generated services (UGS), Mashups, and mobile Mashups
Metrics and evaluation
Case studies


AUDIENCE

This workshop will be of particular interest to service computing researchers who are working in e-Business (a primary application area of WS), those interested in developing open systems, in tracking and developing standards, and of general interest to anyone using the social and service paradigms for software development. We also believe that the Workshop's topic area will be of significant interest to the wider IT community and expect industry participation.


IMPORTANT DATES:

Paper Submission dead-line: September 15th 2011
Author Notification: October 23th, 2011
Camera-Ready: November 7th 2011
Workshop venue: December, 5th 2011


Workshop Chair
- Noura Faci, Université Lyon 1 (noura.faci AT liris.cnrs.fr)

Organizing Committee
- Noura Faci, Université Lyon 1 (noura.faci AT liris.cnrs.fr)
- Hamdi Yahyaoui, Computer Science Department, Kuwait University (hamdi AT sci.kuniv.edu.kw)
- Leandro Krug Wives, Instituto de Informática, UFRGS (wives AT inf.ufrgs.br)
- Zakaria Maamar, Zayed University, Dubai, U.A.E (zakaria.maamar AT zu.ac.ae)

Publicity Chair
- Fahim Akhter, UAE University, UAE

Program Committee
- Adel Serhani, UAE University, UAE
- Brahim Medjahed, University of Michigan, Canada
- Cláudio R. Geyer, UFRGS, Brazil
- Jamal Bentahar, Concordia University, Canada
- Licia Capra, University College London, UK
- Márcia Pasin, UFSM, Brazil
- M. Adel Serhani, UAE University, UAE
- Michael Sheng, University of Adelaide, Australia
- Nanjangud C. Narendra, IBM Research India, India
- Nikos Loutas, University of Macedonia, Greece
- Nikolaos Georgantas, INRIA, France
- Pascal Poizat, Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne, LRI, France
- Philippe Thiran, University of Namur, Belgium
- Romain Rouvoy, University Lille 1, LIFL, France
- Said Elnaffar, UAE University, UAE
- Sonia Ben Mokhtar, LIRIS, CNRS, France
- Yacine Atif, UAE University, UAE
- Youcef Baghdadi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

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