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CfP FGWM-2012 - German Workshop on Knowledge and Experience Management - Submission Deadline: 2012/06/29

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  • Kerstin Bach
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      Call for Papers

      German Workshop on Knowledge and Experience Management (WM-2012)

      At the workshop week LWA-2012 held September 12-14 in Dortmund, Germany

      Workshop Website:
      http://lwa2012.cs.tu-dortmund.de/cfp_wm.html
      Conference:
      http://lwa2012.cs.tu-dortmund.de/

      Paper submission deadline: June 29, 2012
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      CALL FOR PAPERS

      The annual workshop "Knowledge and Experience Management" is organized
      by the Special Interest Group on Knowledge Management of the German
      Informatics society (GI). Its goals are to enable and further the
      exchange of innovative ideas and practical applications in the field
      of knowledge and experience management.

      Submissions from current research out of these and adjacent areas are
      welcome. Moreover, contributions that describe work in progress or
      approaches that have not yet been investigated comprehensively are of
      special interest. Even provisional approaches should, however, be
      described sufficiently clear and structured, in order to serve as a
      basis for interesting discussions among the participants.

      The workshop aims to provide a platform for young researchers to
      present their work and receive feedback from the knowledge and
      experience management community. Moreover, we invite researchers to
      contribute to the workshop by resubmitting conference papers and share
      their ideas with the research community.


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      Topics of Interest
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      Submissions from all areas contributing to the development and
      application of intelligent knowledge and experience management systems
      are welcome. We explicitly encourage paper submissions which are not
      mainstream but from communities within mathematics, social sciences or
      economics in order to obtain a more interdisciplinary view on the
      subject.

      Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

      * Experience & knowledge search and knowledge integration approaches:
      case-based reasoning, logic-based approaches, text-based approaches,
      semantic portals/wikis/blogs, Web 2.0, etc.
      * Applications of knowledge and experience management (corporate
      memories, e-commerce, design, tutoring/e-learning, e-government,
      software engineering, robotics, medicine, etc.)
      * (Semantic) Web Services for Knowledge Management (KM)
      * Agile approaches within the KM domain
      * Agent-based & Peer-to-Peer KM
      * Just-in-time retrieval and just-in-time knowledge capturing
      * Ways of knowledge representation (ontologies, similarity, retrieval,
      adaptive knowledge, etc.)
      * Support of authoring and maintenance processes (change management,
      requirements tracing, (distributed) version control, etc.)
      * Evaluation of KM systems
      * Practical experiences ("lessons learned") with IT aided approaches
      * Integration of KM and business processes
      * Introspection and explanation capabilities of KM systems
      * Application of Linked (Open) Data

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      Intended Audience
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      The target group includes researchers and practitioners who are
      interested in developing, applying and analysing knowledge and
      experience management systems as well as the scenarios they can be
      used in. Further, the workshop is a great platform for young
      researchers to present their work. Like in the previous workshops, we
      encourage PhD students to present their work to a larger group of
      researchers and get valuable feedback.

      All workshop participants have to register for the LWA2012 conference.

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      Submission guideline
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      Accepted contributions will be published in the workshop proceedings
      and should be
      * up to 4 pages for short papers
      * 4 to 8 pages for full papers or Phd proposals
      * resubmissions presented at International conferences in 2012
      and have to be formatted using the official LWA templates:
      http://lwa2012.cs.tu-dortmund.de/templates.html

      All contributions must be submitted via EasyChair
      https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wm2012

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      Timetable
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      Submission of papers: 29 Jun 2012
      Notification of acceptance: 27 Jul 2012
      Camera ready copies due: 31 Aug 2012
      Workshop WM@LWA: 12-14 Sep 2012

      For any questions do not hesitate to contact the workshop organizers at
      wm2012@....

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      Kerstin Bach, M.Sc.
      Office: +49 631-20575-4210 www.iis.uni-hildesheim.de/~bach
      University of Hildesheim, Intelligent Information Systems Lab
      Competence Center Case-Based Reasoning, DFKI GmbH, Kaiserslautern
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