Instructions for Poster Presentations
The ASWC-2006 Poster Session will be held on Tuesday, September 5, from 17:30 to 19:00.
Each poster will be mounted on a board 0.6 meter wide and 1.6 meters tall.
It is suggested to be one of A1 size (594 x 841 mm) or two of A2 size (420 x 594 mm).
At least one author of the poster is expected to stand by the poster during the Poster Session, to present it to other delegates.
The layout of your poster is up to your taste, but here are a few general suggestions. Use a simple layout. Keep the amount of written text to a minimum by using keywords and phrases. Use clearly labelled graphs and
diagrams: pictures convey meaning more readily than printed text. Make sure to put the authors' names and contact information on your poster.
You may want to put your photo on or beside your poster. This will allow delegates who have seen the poster when you are not there (e.g., during a
break) to find you and discuss your work.
First Steps in Litteratus Calculus: Towards a Semantics of Semantic Networks
Developing SWS for e-government
Leticia Gutierrez Villarias, Rob Davies
TerveSuomi.fi - A semantic health portal for citizens
Markus Holi, Petri Lindgren, Osma Suominen, Kim Viljanen, Eero Hyvönen
SWING - Semantic Web Services INteroperability for Geospatial Decision Making,
XRVAT: An RDF/XTM Integrated Authoring Tool for Resource Generation with a
Topic Maps-based Interface
Chun-Hua Chou, Meng-Chia Yang, Ing-Xiang Chen, Cheng-Zen Yang
Combining Case-Based Reasoning and Semantic Indexing in a Question-Answer
Antti Vehvilainen, Olli Alm, Eero Hyvönen
A Browser based Semantic Annotation Tool for Distributed Content Creation
Onni Valkeapää, Eero Hyvönen
How Triple Space Computing and Semantic Web Services can meet together
Call for Posters
The ASWC 2006 program committee invites submissions for poster presentations at the 1st Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC2006). The poster track is intended as a forum which provides an opportunity for the authors to present original late-breaking results and ongoing/preliminary but interesting and promising research work, and to promote interaction. Technical posters, reports on projects, descriptions of work in progress are all welcome.
Areas of Interest
Posters should clearly demonstrate relevance to the Semantic Web. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
* Case Study of Semantic Web Application
* Data Semantics
* Database Technologies for the Semantic Web
* Evaluation of Semantic Web Techniques
* Knowledge Portals
* Languages, Tools and Methodologies for Semantic Web Data
* Large Scale Knowledge Management
* Machine Learning and Natural Language Technologies for the Semantic Web
* Ontologies (creation, merging, linking and reconciliation)
* Peer to Peer Systems
* Searching, Querying and Viewing the Semantic Web
* Semantics in Peer to Peer and Grids
* Semantic Brokering
* Semantic Information Extraction and Semantic Annotations
* Semantic Integration and Interoperability
* Semantic Multimedia
* Semantic Web for e-Business, e-Government and e-Learning
* Semantic Web Inference Schemes
* Semantic Web Middleware
* Semantic Web Mining
* Semantic Web Services (description, discovery, invocation, composition)
* Semantic Web Trust, Privacy, Security and Intellectual Property Rights
* Tools and Methodologies for Web Agents
* User Interfaces
* Visualization and Modelling
Authors must submit a two-page electronic version of their poster papers in either postscript or PDF format, and formatted according to following instructions.
The submissions must be accompanied by a one paragraph abstract in plain text format. The posters must be written in English. Contrary to technical papers, Poster submissions are not anonymous. It is highly recommended that the submissions be formatted using the final camera-ready formatting style.
The abstracts of all accepted posters will be given to the conference participants. Accepted poster papers will also be published on the conference Web site. The poster or abstracts will not be included in the proceedings of ASWC 2006 Conference.
At least one of the Poster authors must commit to be a registered participant at the conference, and to attend the Poster session for presenting the work.
Submission Address and Queries
The poster papers must be sent by email to both the session chairs at the addresses given below. The submission emails must be clearly marked by words ASWC 2006 POSTER SUBMISSION in subject. Any queries regarding the poster session and submissions may be sent by email to the poster session chairs:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
* Submission deadline: 26 June, 2006
* Notification of acceptance: 13 July, 2006
* Camera-Ready version due: 3 August, 2006
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