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FWD: Conference on Decision Support Systems, Greece, 2012

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    FWD from DSSResources.com Call for Papers: DSS’2012 – 16th IFIP WG8.3 International Conference on Decision Support Systems, Anávissos, Greece, June 28-30
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 15, 2011
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      Call for Papers: DSS’2012 – 16th IFIP WG8.3 International Conference on Decision Support Systems, Anávissos, Greece, June 28-30 2012

      Conference theme: “Fusing DSS into the Fabric of the Context”

      June 24, 2011 -- The first call for papers has been issued for DSS 2012 in Anávissos, Greece, June 28-30, 2012. The aim of the IFIP Working Group 8.3 DSS’2012 open conference is to explore the modern perspective of the fusion view on information systems and the implications of this view for decision support systems. In this view systems should achieve a total alignment with the context and the personal preferences of users. The advantage of such a view is an opportunity of seamless integration between enterprise environment and information systems components. The conference solicits papers that describe the application of fusion principles on decision support systems research and practice. It is timely to explore the socio-technical approaches for fusing decision support, as well as opportunities and obstacles for achieving a total fusion of DSS systems in various contexts.

      Submissions from academics and practitioners are invited. Papers describing real case studies will be most welcomed. All submitted manuscripts will be double blind peer-reviewed in full by at least two reviewers and members of the Program Committee. The acceptance of the contributions will be based on the originality of the work, the relevance for the conference theme and overall quality.

      Suggested research topics include, but are not limited to:

      Researching fusing DSS into the Fabric of the Context

      New methodological approaches for DSS

      DSS fusion into supply chain management

      DSS fusion for on-line business management

      Intelligent technologies for context-based information fusion

      Mobile technologies for context-based DSS fusion

      CRM-based DSS

      application of knowledge management for better decision support

      e-mail and instant messaging opportunities in DSS

      context models for the real-world decision support

      Executive Information Systems

      rich modelling language for fusion of Decision Support

      fusing principles for Negotiation Support Systems and Group Support

      knowledge and Resource Discovery for modelling context

      fusion models for Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing

      collaborative Decision Making

      socio-technical aspects for DM in Geographic Information Systems

      Web 2.0 Systems in fusing Decision Support

      incorporating Complex Factors in context-based decision support

      inter-organizational and/or intra-organizational issues in fusion of DSS

      Fusion of decision support and psychodynamic processes in group decision making contexts

      Submitted manuscripts must be original contributions which have not been previously published or submitted for publication elsewhere. All accepted papers will be published in electronic conference proceedings with an ISBN number, provided the authors are available to present their research at the conference. Selected papers best suited to the conference theme will be considered for publication as chapters of a book with the conference theme, published and distributed by IOS Press, in the FAIA series.

      Submissions will be handled by Easy Chair system accessible from the conference website.

      Post-conference publications

      Following the tradition of IFIP WG 8.3 conferences, authors of the best papers will be invited to submit extended versions to special issues of the following international scientific journals:

      - Intelligent Decision Technologies International Journal (IDTJ),

      - International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST)v - Journal of Decision Systems (JDS)

      - Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN)

      - Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce

      Submissions categories

      Full papers – maximum 12 pages

      Short papers – maximum of 6 pages

      Posters – maximum of 4 pages

      Workshop proposals – 2 pages

      Important Dates

      Paper submission due: January 16th, 2012

      Workshop proposal due: January 16th, 2012

      Doctoral Consortium proposals due: April 2nd, 2012

      Poster submission due: April 2nd, 2012v Conference Co-Chairs

      Patrick Humphreys, LSE, UK

      Frada Burstein, Monash University, AU


      Steering Committee
      
      Fred Adam, Ireland (fadam@...) 
      Frada Burstein, Australia (Frada.Burstein@...) 
      Sven Carlsson, Sweden(Sven_Carlsson@...) 
      Athena Chatjoulis, Greece (athchatj@...) 
      George Doukidis, Greece (gjd@...) 
      Patrick Humphreys, UK (p.humphreys@...) 
      Yiannis Mourtos, Greece (mourtos@...) 
      Gloria Phillips-Wren, USA (gwren@...) 
      Ana Respicio, Portugal (respicio@...)
      Program Committee Chairs 
      Frada Burstein, Monash University, AU
      Ana Respicio, University of Lisbon, PT
      
      Doctoral Consortium Chair 
      (to be announced)
      
      Organising Committee Chair 
      
      Yiannis Mourtos Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece 
      
      
      Conference Venue:
      Anávissos (Anavyssos) is linked to Athens by a major motorway (GR-91). It’s also a short trip (25km) from the new airport, and 30km to Larion harbour. Mountains surround the town and a small plain is in the middle. Pine forests are in the west. Anavyssos offers a beach with a number of restaurants and bars and a spectacular view across the Saronic Gulf to the island of Aegina. The town itself is two kilometres inland from the beaches. It has a square, a school and an amusement park which is sometimes used. The town has authentic and really hospitable inhabitants and tourist-friendly atmosphere.
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