Main Theme and Topics
Suggested topics include but are not limited to.
Conceptual modelling: Modelling and speci?cation languages; Domain-speci?c conceptual modelling; Concepts, concept theories and ontologies; Conceptual modelling of large and heterogeneous systems; Conceptual modelling of spatial, temporal and biological data; Methods for developing, validating and communicating conceptual models.
Knowledge and information modelling and discovery: Knowledge discovery, knowledge representation and knowledge management; Advanced data mining and analysis methods; Conceptions of knowledge and information; Modelling information requirements; Intelligent information systems; Information recognition and information modelling.
Linguistic modelling: Models of HCI; Information delivery to users; Intelligent informal querying; Linguistic foundation of information and knowledge; Fuzzy linguistic models; Philosophical and linguistic foundations of conceptual models.
Cross-cultural communication and social computing: Cross-cultural support systems; Integration, evolution and migration of systems; Collaborative societies; Multicultural web-based software systems; Intercultural collaboration and support systems; Social computing, behavioral modeling and prediction.
Environmental modelling and engineering: Environmental information systems (architecture); Spatial, temporal and observational information systems; Large-scale environmental systems; Collaborative knowledge base systems; Agent concepts and conceptualisation; Hazard prediction, prevention and steering systems.
Multimedia data modelling and systems: Modelling multimedia information and knowledge; Content-based multimedia data management; Content-based multimedia retrieval; Privacy and context enhancing technologies; Semantics and pragmatics of multimedia data; Metadata for multimedia information systems.
Working principles of the conference
The total number of participants is limited to 50. The authors has to present their papers in the conference; the papers are included in the conference (local) preprint (with ISSN).
The selected papers will be published after the conference in the ?nal journal publication by an international publisherby (IOS Press Amsterdam, in the Series of "Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications"). The selection is made by the Programme Committee based on the review after the conference.
The papers accepted for the final journal print must be edited according to the comments given by the programme committee; discussions during the conference must be taken into account in the final paper.
The Programme Committee has right to withdraw any paper from the ?nal journal publication, if the proposed improvements are not implemented or if the paper is not technically prepared according to the formatting rules.
The final journal print is indexed e.g. by Google Scholar, DBLP, Scobus and based on annual review in Web of Science.