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SCSN 2015 : International Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks: from user information to social knowledge

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Link: http://www.pa.icar.cnr.it/scsn15/
 
When Feb 9, 2015 - Feb 11, 2015
Where Anaheim, California, USA
Submission Deadline Nov 16, 2014
Categories    social networks   semantic computing   opinion mining   user profiling
 

Call For Papers

Third International Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks: from user information to social knowledge (SCSN 2015)
(http://www.pa.icar.cnr.it/scsn15/)

in conjunction with
Ninth IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing - February 09-11, 2015
Anaheim, California USA


Call For Papers

Overview
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Internet users have become providers of information through social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and so forth. In this context Semantic Computing plays a chief role because of its potentiality to turn shapeless crowds information into social and digestible knowledge.
The workshop, that will take place on Febraury 9-11, 2015, in conjunction with the 9th IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC2015), (http://ieee-icsc.org/icsc2015/) is a forum for researchers, industry practitioners and domain experts in the field of semantic computing to exchange the latest advances in the state of the art and practice of semantic computing applications to the social network context.

Topics of interest
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The topics of interest of the workshop include, but are not limited to:

- What kind of Semantics-driven indexing and retrieval for Social Media?
- User modeling or social profiling?
- Semantics-based recommender systems for Social Media: is the dream coming true?
- Web adaptation methods and techniques
- Content on demand: customization or personalization?
- Semantic context modeling and extraction
- Semantic Models generation from social networks data
- Semantically-enabled data filtering
- Sentiment analysis in Social Networks
- Opinion mining in Social Networks
- Social Web Mining
- Semantics of Collective Intelligence
- Mobile social networking
- Distributed semantic computing for social network data analysis
- Collaborative filtering, mining and prediction
- Social computing applications and case studies

Important Dates
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Submission deadline: Nov. 16, 2014 (Extended deadline)


Organizing Committee
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Shu-Ching Chen, Florida International University, USA
Ernesto D'Avanzo, University of Salerno, Italy
Giovanni Pilato, Italian National Research Council, Italy

Submission Guidelines
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Manuscripts must be written in English and follow the instructions in the Manuscript Formatting and Templates page given in ICSC 2015 website. Only electronic submission will be accepted. Technical paper authors MUST submit their manuscripts through EasyChair, by following this link (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icsc2015) and by selecting the "Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks" track.
Manuscripts may only be submitted in PDF format.

Contact Person
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Dr. Giovanni Pilato ( pilato AT pa DOT icar DOT cnr DOT it )

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