From the announcement:
The 19th International Conference on Conceptual Structures (ICCS 2011) is the latest in a series of annual conferences that have been held in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America since 1993. The focus of these conferences has been the representation and analysis of conceptual knowledge for research and business applications. ICCS brings together researchers in information technology, arts, humanities and social science to explore novel ways that can conceptual structures can be employed in information systems.
ICCS 2011′s theme is “Conceptual Structures for Discovering Knowledge”. More and more data is being captured in electronic format (particularly through the Web) and it is emerging that this data is reaching such a critical mass that it is becoming the most recorded form of the world around us. It now represents our business, economic, arts, social, and scientific endeavours to such an extent that we require smart applications that can discover the hitherto hidden knowledge that this mass of data is busily capturing. By bringing together the way computers work with the way humans think, conceptual structures align the productivity of computer processing with the ingenuity of individuals and organisations in a meaningful digital future.
- Friday 14 January 2011 – a one page abstract submitted via conference website ( www.iccs.info) NB: Abstracts should clearly state the purpose, results and conclusions of the work to be described in the final paper.
- Friday 21 January 2011 – full paper in PDF format submitted via the conference website ( www.iccs.info)
BTW, the dates are correct, one week gap between abstracts and full papers. I checked with the conference organizers. They use the abstracts to plan allocation of papers to reviewers.