Call for Papers EMWF 2003
- Deadline for abstract submission:
June 13, 2003
- Deadline for paper submission:
June 18, 2003
- Notification of acceptance: July
- Deadline for final contributions
July 11, 2003
We invite contributions that advance
the state-of-the-art in topics related to the purpose of the workshop. Topics
of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Data warehousing for Web data
- Ontology and instance learning
- Text and hypertext classification
- Web usage mining taking content/structure
- Web content and structure mining
- Information extraction
- Using the syntactic, vocabulary
and logical layer of the Semantic Web for mining
- Incorporation of background
knowledge in the mining process
Technologies for Web applications
- Ontology extraction for the
- User profiling
- Intelligent search
- Recommendation systems
- Permission marketing
Applications of these methodologies
Persons interested in participating
should submit a paper (less than 6000 words) addressing new research issues.
In addition, we solicit proposals for panel discussions. Submit before June
13, 2003 in electronic form (strongly preferred!) in postscript or pdf to: email@example.com.
Although not required for the initial submission, we recommend to use the Springer's
LNCS format, as this will be the required format for accepted papers.
Alternatively, printed copies can
be sent to:
Institute AIFB University of Karlsruhe
People who want to attend the workshop
have to be registered to the main conference ECML/PKDD-2003.
Publication of the workshop proceedings
- The workshop notes will be distributed
during the workshop and published online.
- Extended versions of workshop
papers will be published by Springer-Verlag in the series Lecture Notes in
Artificial Intelligence (LNAI)
as a post-proceedings book. Post-proceedings means that we invite all presenters
of an accepted workshop paper to
submit a revised, long version of their paper for inclusion to the LNAI volume
after a followup review by the workshop PC.