Final call for submission - open workshop on interoperability in conjunction with PAKM 2004 conference - December 2004, Vienna, Austria
pakm2004 at dke.univie.ac.at
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please find enclosed final call for submissions for open INTEROP workshop associated with PAKM conference.
Call for Submissions - Open INTEROP Workshop
"Enterprise Modelling and Ontology: Ingredients for Interoperability"
December 2, 2004
This workshop is supported by NoE INTEROP http://www.interop-noe.org
In conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management
December 2-3, 2004, Vienna, Austria
Enterprise models and ontology serve as valuable knowledge assets in the management of corporations. Due to the steadily growing need of integration of heterogeneous enterprise systems, interoperability gets a key issue in technical and semantic integration approaches. The workshop focuses on knowledge-oriented technologies, platforms and approaches to enable interoperability in the domains of enterprise management and enterprise systems. It solicits input from researchers, practitioners and technology providers with experiences related to technical and semantic interoperability.
Topics of Interest (in the context of interoperability) include, but are not limited to:
* Model-driven approaches for interoperability
* Modelling of non-functional aspects
* Application of ontology in enterprise systems
* Semantics in enterprise modelling
* Ontology-based platforms
* Architectures using models and/or ontology
* Runtime aspects of model execution
* Managing semantics in inter-organizational processes
* Integration of EAI, enterprise modelling and ontology
* Measuring quality and quantity in interoperability problems
* Experience reports on real life projects
* Future perspectives in industry
Submissions and Participation:
To enable lively and productive discussions, attendance will be limited to about 25 participants. To participate in the workshop, acceptance of a submitted position statement is required and at most of two authors per accepted submission can participate.
Position statements should clearly state how they relate to the workshop, what particular problem and corresponding solution they address, and why the statement is expected to be relevant to both the workshop and the community.
Statements should be 4 to 8 pages long and state the author’s name, affiliation, and contact information.
The acceptance of a submission implies that at least one of the authors will register for the workshop and actively participates in the discussion groups. The position statements will be published in a workshop reader.
The workshop is a one day event, structured in sessions based on the position statements and the general issue structure in this area. Accepted papers will be available before workshop and are to be read prior by all participants.
October 10, 2004 Position statements submission (extended)
October 22, 2004 Notification of acceptance
November 1, 2004 Workshop handouts ready
December 2, 2004 Workshop
Yannis Charalabidis, Singular Software, Greece
Norbert Gronau, University Potsdam, Germany
Manfred Jeusfeld, University of Tilburg, Netherlands
Dimitris Karagiannis, University of Vienna, Austria
Michele Missikoff, Italian National Research Council, Italy
Dimitris Plexousakis, University of Crete, Greece
Benkt Wangler, University of Skövde, Sweden
The workshop fee is 100 Euro (50 Euro for students). This fee includes attendance at the workshop, refreshments and lunches.
No fee for NoE INTEROP project members.
BOC Information Systems, Austria
pakm2004 at dke.univie.ac.at
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