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Call for Papers & Demos: Semantic Publication Workshop SePublica@ESWC (May 29 or 30, Crete, Greece) – Deadline Feb 28

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CFP: ESWC workshop on Semantic Publication -- deadline is Feb 28th. Details below.

-Jodi

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1st International Workshop on Semantic Publication (SePublica 2011)
http://sepublica.mywikipaper.org
at the 8th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2011)
http://www.eswc2011.org
May 29th or 30th, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece
Keynote by Steve Pettifer, Manchester University, UK.
“Utopia Documents and The Semantic Biochemical Journal experiment”

SUBMISSION DEADLINE February 28

The MISSION of the SePublica workshop is to bring together researchers
and practitioners dealing with different aspects of Semantic
Technologies in the Publishing Industry. How is the Semantic Web
impacting the publishing industry? How is our experience of
publications changing because of Semantic Web technologies being
applied to the publishing industry?

The CHALLENGE of the Semantic Web is to allow the Web to move from a
dissemination platform to an interactive platform for networked
information. The Semantic Web promises to “fundamentally change our
experience of the Web”.

In spite of improvements in the distribution, accessibility and
retrieval of information, little has changed in the publishing
industry so far. The Web has succeeded as a dissemination platform for
scientific and non-scientific papers, news, and communication in
general; however, most of that information remains locked up in
discrete documents, which are poorly interconnected to one another and
to the Web.

The connectivity tissues provided by RDF technology and the Social Web
have barely made an impact on scientific communication nor on ebook
publishing, neither on the format of publications, nor on repositories
and digital libraries. The worst problem is in accessing and reusing
the computable data which the literature represents and describes.

• Consider research publications: Data sets and code are essential
elements of data intensive research, but these are absent when the
research is recorded and preserved in perpetuity by way of a scholarly
journal article.
• Or consider news reports: Governments increasingly make public
sector information available on the Web, and reporters use it, but
news reports very rarely contain fine-grained links to such data
sources.

QUESTIONS AND TOPICS OF INTEREST

• What does a network of truly interconnected papers look like?
How could interoperability across documents be enabled?
• How could concept-centric social networks emerge?
• Are blogs and wikis new means for scholarly communication?
• What lessons can be learned from humanities and social science publishers
(i.e. going beyond scientific publishing towards scholarly publishing)?
• How could we move beyond the PDF?
How can we embed and link semantics in EPUB and other e-book formats?
• How are digital libraries related to semantic e-science?
What is the relationship between a paper and its digital library?
• How could we realize a paper with an API?
How could we have a paper as a database, as a knowledge base?
• How is the paper an interface, gateway, to the web of data?
How could such and interface be delivered in a contextual manner?
• How could RDF(a) and ontologies be used to represent the knowledge encoded
in scientific documents and in general-interest media publications?
• What ontologies do we need for representing structural elements in a
document?
• How can we capture the semantics of rhetorical structures in
scholarly communication, and of  hypotheses and scientific evidence?

AUDIENCE

• researchers from diverse backgrounds such as argumentative
structures, scholarly communication, multi-modality in publications,
digital libraries, semantics in publications, and ontology
engineers.
• practitioners active in the publishing industry, repositories of
experimental information and document standards.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper/Demo Submission Deadline: February 28, 23:59 Hawaii Time
Acceptance Notification: April 1
Camera Ready Version: April 15
SePublica Workshop: May 29 or May 30 (to be announced)

SUBMISSION AND PROCEEDINGS

Research papers are limited to 12 pages and position papers to 5
pages. For system descriptions, a 5 page paper should be
submitted. All papers and system descriptions should be formatted
according to the LNCS format

http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0

We encourage the submission of semantic documents. LaTeX documents in
the LNCS format can, e.g., be annotated using SALT
(http://salt.semanticauthoring.org) or sTeX
(http://trac.kwarc.info/sTeX/). We also invite submissions in
XHTML+RDFa or in the format or YOUR semantic publishing tool.
However, to ensure a fair review procedure, authors must additionally
export them to PDF.  For submissions that are not in the LNCS PDF
format, 400 words count as one page. Submissions that exceed the page
limit will be rejected without review.

Depending on the number and quality of submissions, authors might
be invited to present their papers during a poster session.

Please submit your paper via EasyChair at
http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sepublica2011

The author list does not need to be anonymized, as we do not have a
double-blind review process in place.

Submissions will be peer reviewed by three independent
reviewers. Accepted papers have to be presented at the workshop
(requires registering for the ESWC conference and the workshop) and
will be included in the workshop proceedings that are published online
at CEUR-WS.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

• Robert Stevens, Manchester University, UK
• Benjamin Good, Genomic Institute, Novartis, USA
• Michael Kohlhase, Jacobs University, Germany
• Oscar Corcho, Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
• Steve Pettifer, Manchester University, UK
• Jodi Schneider, DERI, NUI Galway, Ireland
• Sebastian Kruk, knowledgehives.com, Poland
• Henrik Eriksson,  Linköping University, Sweden
• Dagobert Soergel, University of Maryland, USA
• Tim Clark, Harvard Medical School, USA
• Paolo Ciccarese, Harvard Medical School, USA

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

• Alexander García Castro, University of Bremen, Germany
• Christoph Lange, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
• Anita de Waard, Elsevier, USA/Netherlands
• Evan Sandhaus, New York Times, USA

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