Important Dates |Submission Procedure |Call for papers
Organizing Committee |Programme Committee
Brief technical description
The next generation of the Web will be the semantic Web where semantic contents
of the Web resources will be interpretable not only by human but also by machine.
One popular approach for Semantic Web consists of describing this semantic contents
Knowledge Management (KM) is one of the key progress factors in organizations. It involves explicit and persistent representation of knowledge of (geographically) dispersed groups of people in the
organization, so as to improve the activities of the organization.
When the organization knowledge is distributed among several experts and documents, the Internet or an Intranet inside the organization and Web technologies can be a privileged means for acquisition, modelling, management of this distributed knowledge.
One promising approach relies on the analogy between the resources constituting a corporate memory and the resources accessible through the Web. A corporate memory can thus be materialised in a "corporate semantic Web" made up of documents, ontologies and semantic annotations on these documents by using the conceptual vocabulary of ontologies.
The objective of the workshop is to enable fruitful discussions between "Semantic Web" and "Knowledge Management" communities, about possible approaches of knowledge management based on such corporate semantic Webs.
|Submission deadline:||June 30, 2003|
|Notification of acceptance:||July 30, 2003|
|Camera (Web)-ready:||September 15, 2003|
|Workshop:||October 25-26, 2003|
Contributions are invited in the form of a full paper (max. 15 pages) or of
a position paper (max. 6 pages). The title page should include name, affiliation,
and e-mail address of the contributor. Papers will be judged on their contribution
to the discussion. Papers have to be submitted electronically (in pdf only)
to the contact persons: kcap2003-KMSW@sophia.inria.fr. The
proceedings will be published on the WWW and as a report.
Rose Dieng-Kuntz (co-chair and contact person)
INRIA Acacia Project, 2004 route des Lucioles, BP 93
06902 Sophia-Antipolis Cedex FRANCE
Phone: +33 4 92 38 78 10
Fax: +33 4 92 38 77 83
Fabien Gandon (co-chair)
Carnegie Mellon University
School of Computer Science
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