IRI-DIM 2014…

IRI-DIM 2014 : The Third IEEE International Workshop on Data Integration and Mining


April 4, 2014 Regular Paper submission deadline( Midnight PST )
May 4, 2014 Acceptance Notification
May 14, 2014 Camera-ready paper due
May 14, 2014 Conference author registration due
Aug. 13-15, 2014 Conference (San Francisco)

From the call for papers:

Given the emerging global Information-centric IT landscape that has tremendous social and economic implications, effectively processing and integrating humungous volumes of information from diverse sources to enable effective decision making and knowledge generation have become one of the most significant challenges of current times. Information Reuse and Integration (IRI) seeks to maximize the reuse of information by creating simple, rich, and reusable knowledge representations and consequently explores strategies for integrating this knowledge into systems and applications. IRI plays a pivotal role in the capture, representation, maintenance, integration, validation, and extrapolation of information; and applies both information and knowledge for enhancing decision-making in various application domains.

This conference explores three major tracks: information reuse, information integration, and reusable systems. Information reuse explores theory and practice of optimizing representation; information integration focuses on innovative strategies and algorithms for applying integration approaches in novel domains; and reusable systems focus on developing and deploying models and corresponding processes that enable Information Reuse and Integration to play a pivotal role in enhancing decision-making processes in various application domains.

Looks like I need to pull up the prior IRI proceedings. 😉

Name all the technologies you know that can address data structures as subjects? With properties and the ability to declare synonyms for components of data structures?

Did you say something other than topic maps?

Use owl:sameAs as an example. How would you represent properties of owl:sameAs?

This sounds very much like a topic maps conference!

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