ODIS 2009 : Third International Workshop on Ontologies in Distributed and Interactive Systems
Call For Papers
Third International Workshop on Ontologies in Distributed and Interactive Systems, ODIS'09
Collocated with the OTM Meaningful and Ubiquitous System conference
Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, 1-6th November, 2009
Proceedings published in a special OTM'09 volume of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer Verlag.
Paper Submission Deadline : June 15th, 2009
Acceptance Notification : 1st of August, 2009
Camera Ready Due : August 15th, 2009
Registration Due : August 25, 2009
OTM Conferences : November 1 - 6, 2009
The Ontologies in Distributed and Interactive Systems workshop (ODIS'09) will be the third in a series of international workshops dedicated to applications of ontologies to solve practical challenges in designing interactive and distributed systems. It is a unique forum for all of those interested in the convergence of knowledge representation and reasoning and Human Computer Interaction (HCI).
The ODIS'09 workshop is an application-oriented, multi-disciplinary discussion forum for researchers and application developers from diverse disciplines of computer and social sciences who share an interest in using various forms of knowledge representation and reasoning to solve complex HCI challenges and managing user interaction in interactive and distributed systems.
The workshop will seek original contributions from the fields of: Knowledge representation and reasoning, Human-Computer Interaction, Multimodal Interaction, Distributed Systems, Adaptive Systems, Dialog Systems, Expert Systems, Semantic web, Information Retrieval and Multimedia Information Retrieval, Ubiquitous Computing, Smart Places, Pervasive environments, Ambient Intelligence, Assisted Living, Remote Care, Usability and Accessibility design, Software Engineering and Application Development, as well as usability and field studies.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) one or more of the following themes:
- Ontologies for user modeling, adaptation and personalisation
- Ontologies in interactive and multimodal systems
- Ontologies in middleware and distributed systems
- Ontologies in expert and decision support systems
- Ontologies for ambient intelligence, smart places and pervasive environments
- Ontologies for accessibility, assistive technology and assisted living
- Ontologies for e-health, tele-care and self-care
- Ontologies in information retrieval and multimedia information retrieval systems
- Ontologies in information management systems
- Ontologies in recommender and expert systems
- Ontologies in e-learning, tutoring and dialogue systems
- Ontologies in web applications and web services
- Various applications of ontologies (e.g. Intelligent Transport Systems, etc.)
The workshop proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag
as a special Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) volume of the OTM'09 Workshop proceedings.
Author instructions can be found at:
Long paper: up to 10 pages.
Short paper: up to 6 pages.
Submission site: To Be Announced
Matt-Mouley Bouamrane, University of Manchester , U.K.
Telecom Saint-Etienne, Universit? de Saint-Etienne, Universit? de Lyon, France
Frederic Cuppens, Telecom Bretagne, France
Jacques Fayolle, Telecom Saint-Etienne, Universit? de Saint-Etienne, Universite de Lyon, France
Simon Harper, University of Manchester , U.K.
Saturnino Luz, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland,
Masood Masoodian, University of Waikato, New-Zealand