OpenMath 2013 : 25th OpenMath Workshop (co-located with CICM)
Call For Papers
OpenMath (http://www.openmath.org) is a language for exchanging
mathematical formulae across applications (such as computer algebra
systems). From 2010 its importance has increased in that OpenMath
Content Dictionaries were adopted as a foundation of the MathML 3 W3C
recommendation (http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML), the standard for
mathematical formulae on the Web.
Topics we expect to see at the workshop include
* Feature Requests (Standard Enhancement Proposals) and Discussions
for going beyond OpenMath 2;
* Further convergence of OpenMath and MathML 3;
* Reasoning with OpenMath;
* Software using or processing OpenMath;
* OpenMath on the Semantic Web;
* New OpenMath Content Dictionaries;
Contributions can be either full research papers, Standard Enhancement
Proposals, or a description of new Content Dictionaries, particularly
ones that are suggested for formal adoption by the OpenMath Society.
IMPORTANT DATES (all times are "anywhere on earth")
* 7 June: Submission
* 20 June: Notification of acceptance or rejection
* 5 July: Final revised papers due
* 10 July: Workshop
Submission is via EasyChair
(http://www.easychair.org/conferences?conf=om20131). Final papers
must conform to the EasyChair LaTeX style. Initial submissions in
this format are welcome but not mandatory – but they should be in PDF
and within the given limit of pages/words.
* Full paper: 5–10 EasyChair pages
* Short paper: 1–4 EasyChair pages
* CD description: 1-6 EasyChair pages; a .zip or .tgz file of the
CDs must be attached, or a link to the CD provided.
* Standard Enhancement Proposal: 1-10 EasyChair pages (as
appropriate w.r.t. the background knowledge required); a .zip or
.tgz file of any related implementation (e.g. a Relax NG schema)
should be attached.
If not in EasyChair format, 500 words count as one page.
Electronic proceedings will be published with CEUR-WS.org.
* Christoph Lange (University of Birmingham, UK)
* James Davenport (University of Bath, UK)
* Michael Kohlhase (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
* Lars Hellström (Umeå Universitet, Sweden)
* Jan Willem Knopper (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands)
* Paul Libbrecht (Center for Educational Research in Mathematics
and Technology, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg)
(to be completed)
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