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Applied Intelligence & Data Analysis

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WIMS'13

The purpose of the WIMS series is:
  • To provide a forum for established researchers and practitioners to present past and current research contributing to the state of the art of Web technology research and applications.
  • To give doctoral students an opportunity to present their research to a friendly and knowledgeable audience and receive valuable feedback.
  • To provide an informal social event where Web technology researchers and practitioners can meet.

Important information

Keynote by Asunción Gómez-Pérez

Guidelines for Multilingual Linked Data

Keynote by Jason J. Jung

Contextual Synchronization on Social Collaboration

Keynote by Amit P. Sheth

Semantic Web & Web 3.0 empowering real world outcomes in biomedical research and clinical practices



Physical Cyber Social Computing: An early 21st century approach to Computing for Human Experience

Gala dinner and social program

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Special Issues

Selected extended papers presented at WIMS'13 will be invited to appear in a special issues of reputed journals in the field( indexed by ISI-Thomson, SCOPUS, DBLP, and other well known indexes) and also in a book published by Elsevier.

Call for Breaking News - Extended Abstracts

Important information

Keynote speakers

Amit P. Sheth Keynote Physical Cyber Social Computing: An early 21st century approach to Computing for Human Experience by Professor Amit P. Sheth, educator, researcher, and entrepreneur. LexisNexis Ohio Eminent Scholar, an endowed faculty position funded by LexisNexis and the Ohio Board of Regents at Wright State University.


Jason J. Jung Keynote Contextual Synchronization on Social Collaboration by Jason J. Jung, assistant professor of Computer Engineering Department at Yeungnam University, Korea.


Prof. Dr. Asunción Gómez-Pérez Keynote Guidelines for Multilingual Linked Data by Prof. Dr. Asunción Gómez-Pérez, full Professor at the Univ. Politécnica de Madrid. Director of the Artificial Intelligence Department and Director of the OEG at UPM.


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Call for Papers/Posters: Details about the call for papers/posters can be found here()

Call for Workshop Proposals: Details about the call for workshop proposals can be found here ( - ) (extended)

About

The 3rd International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS'13) is organised under the auspices of Autonomous University of Madrid . The site for the previous editions, WIMS'12 and WIMS'11, can be found here.

This is the third in a new series of conferences concerned with intelligent approaches to transform the World Wide Web into a global reasoning and semantics-driven computing machine.

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