INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS

The book "Innovation Ecosystems"

Call for Papers

5th AI4KM (Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management), supported by IFIP WG 12.6. Co-located with IJCAI 17, Melbourne, August 20

The first AI4KM was organized on ECAI 2012, the second on Fedcsis 2014, the third took place @IJCAI 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina July 27th (workshop 38) and 4th @IJCAI 16 in New York July 10th 2016.

Format: One day. Program includes invited talk, presentations, discussion, final discussion and plans for future.

Scope and Objectives

Knowledge management is a large multidisciplinary field having its roots in Management and Artificial Intelligence. AI brought the way of thinking, knowledge modelling, knowledge processing, problem solving and decision support techniques.

Knowledge is one of intangible capitals that influence the performance of organizations and their capacity to innovate. Since the beginning of the KM movement in the early nineties, companies and non-profit organizations have been experimented various approaches, often without using AI. On the contrary, the new generation of KM applications are implementing multi agent systems, hybrid simulations, meta-heuristic quantifiers, fuzzy logics, Bayesian networks, meta heuristic algorithms, unsupervised learning, case based or model based scheduling, cognitive modelling, graphical models, automated reasoning and solutions under uncertainty.

The objective of this multidisciplinary session is to gather both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and organizational aspects of AI used for knowledge management and to share the feedback on KM applications using AI. Knowledge management models used in Business Intelligence,  expert systems as management advisors, virtual training for knowledge sharing, all applications of machine learning to support innovation and eco-innovation, knowledge visualization for improving the creativity and human-machine interfaces, image mining making links between data and images ex bio-detection are good examples of multidisciplinary applications.

Researches and practitioners are invited to submit their recent advances in methodologies, models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss experiences in knowledge management and innovation.  Let it be the development of non-convex, nonlinear problem solutions or a painting game played to find out gaps in global security used for knowledge management.

The conference topics include (but are not limited to):

conceptual modelling, reasoning methods, knowledge capitalization, knowledge discovery in data and multimedia documents, effective information and knowledge search, decision support systems, problem solving, optimisation of human capital and other resources, managing of best practice, risk management, simulation, learning systems including serious games, human-machine interfaces, Knowledge in social networks, distributed knowledge, Knowledge Management for design, creativity enhancing systems, support of innovation and eco-innovation process innovation and eco-innovation process, intelligent assistant of knowledge cultivators. The applications to innovation and eco-activities, AI applications supporting sustainable development are very welcome.

This conference form will be:

  • Presentations of peer-reviewed papers (standard IJCAI format), including discussions
  • Final discussion on needs and challenges

Paper Submission and Publication

  • Authors should submit abstracts or draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of MSWord file) on easychair AI4KM or send to eunika@innovation3d.fr
  • Accepted and presented papers will be published in IJCAI proceedings
  • Extended versions of selected papers presented during the conference will be published as Springer Special IFIP Issue

Important Dates

  • Paper submission deadline: May 10, 2017
  • Notification of acceptance: May 30, 2017
  • Camera-ready version deadline: June 15, 2015
  • Conference August 19-21, 2017 (exact day will be communicated after acceptation)

Organizing Committee:

Eunika Mercier-Laurent email: eunika.mercier-laurent@univ-lyon3.fr

Dickson Lukose dlukose@gcsagile.com.au

Mieczyslaw L. Owoc email: mieczyslaw.owoc@ue.wroc.pl

Members of program committee:

Frederic Andres, National Institute for Informatics, Tokyo

Danielle Boulanger, Lyon3 University, France

Celso Juan Flores (Crealibre, Mexico)

Otthein Hertzog (TZI, Iniversity of Bremen, Germany)

Knut Hinkelmann (Univ of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)

Gulgun Kayakutlu (Istanbul University of Technology, Turkey)

Nada Matta (ITT, France),

Helena Lindskog (Univ of Linkoping, Sweden)

Daniel O’Leary (USC Marshall SB, USA)

Vincent Ribiere, (IKI, Thailand)

Abdul Sattar (Griffith University, Australia)

Michael Stankosky, George Washington University, USA

Frederique Second (Viseo, France)

Guillermo R. Simari (Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina)

Eric Tsui (Politechnic University HK)

Janusz Wojtusiak (George Mason University, Fairfax, USA)

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Extended papers from 1rst and 2nd AI4KM are availables http://www.springer.com/fr/book/9783642548963

& http://www.springer.com/fr/book/9783319288673

3rd is now available http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-55970-4

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Final program and proceedings on http://ifipgroup.com/AI4KMProceedings2016.pdf

AI4KM’2016  IJCAI 16, W14 Room Holland

Program

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-10:30  Sessions I:  Knowledge Modeling and Sharing Chair: Eunika Mercier-Laurent

  1. Cong Pham, Nada Matta and Aleksandre Durupt: Using Ontologies to Access Complex Data: Application on BioImaging
  2. Jiafu Su, Yu Yang and Huefeng Zhag: A team Formation Model for Collaborative New Product Design based on Knowledge and Collaboration
  3. Eylul Taskin and Orhan Feyzioglu: RFM Analysis for a Packaging Industry using Self Organising Maps
  4. Mieczysław Owoc, Krzysztof Hauke and Katarzyna Marciniak: Active Rules in Ontology for Local Self-Government

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12.30  Session II: Knowledge Acquisition and Learning Chair: Nada Matta

5. Sebastian Rudolph, Christian Sacarea and Diana Troanca: Conceptual Navigation for Polyadic Formal Concept

6. Simoni Shah, Shraddha Bhattad, Sanket Lokegaonkar and Ganesh Ramakrishnan: Building Complementary Domain Taxonomies using Query Enrichment (to confirm)

7. Sanda Dragos, Diana Halita and Diana Troanca: Investigating Trend-setters in E-learning Systems using Polyadic Formal Concept Analysis and Answer Set Programming

8. Mieczysław Owoc and Maciej Pondel: Selection of Free Software for Business Intelligence Teaching

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30  Session III: Artificial Intelligence  for  Knowledge    Management and Web Chair: Mieczyslaw Owoc

9.  Łukasz Przysucha: Internet Platform for City Dwellers based on Open Source System

10. Mahmut Ali Özkuran, Gülgün Kayakutlu and Gülçin Büyüközkan: Segmentation of Social Network Users in Turkey

11. Aykut Turkoglu: An Artificial Intelligent View to Industrial Energy

12. Gulnar Mehdi, Sebastian Brandt, Mikhail Roshchin and Thomas Runkler: Towards Semantic Reasoning in Knowledge Management Systems

15.30-16.00 Coffee break

16.00-17.00  Invited Speaker: Janusz Wojtusiak, George Mason:  Ontologies in Supervised Learning from Medical Data

The workshop is scheduled July 9th

We have 13 papers accepted and Invited talk:

“Ontologies in Supervised Learning from Medical Data”,  Dr Janusz Wojtusiak,  Associate Professor of Health Informatics

George Mason University.

The workshop schedule will be available shortly.

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The 4th AI4KM

an IJCAI-16 workshop (supported by IFIP TC12)

New York, USA, 9-15 July, 2016

Call for Papers

The 4th edition of AI4KM (Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management) will take place @IJCAI 2016 http://ijcai-16.org

Scope and Objectives

Knowledge management is a large multidisciplinary field having its roots in Management and Artificial Intelligence. AI brought the way of thinking, knowledge modelling, knowledge processing, problem solving and decision support techniques.

Knowledge is one of intangible capitals that influence the performance of organizations and their capacity to innovate. Since the beginning of the KM movement in the early nineties, companies and non-profit organizations have been experimenting various approaches, often without using AI. On the contrary, the new generation of KM applications are implementing multi agent systems, hybrid simulations, meta-heuristic quantifiers, fuzzy logics, Bayesian networks, meta heuristic algorithms, unsupervised learning, case based or model based scheduling, cognitive modelling, graphical models, automated reasoning and solutions under uncertainty.

The objective of this multidisciplinary session is to gather both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and organizational aspects of AI used for knowledge management and to share the feedback on KM applications using AI. Knowledge management models used in Business Intelligence,  expert systems as management advisors, virtual training for knowledge sharing, all applications of machine learning to support innovation and eco-innovation, knowledge visualization for improving the creativity and human-machine interfaces, image mining making links between data and images ex bio-detection are good examples of multidisciplinary applications.

Researches and practitioners are invited to submit their recent advances in methodologies, models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss experiences in knowledge management and innovation.  Let it be the development of non-convex, nonlinear problem solutions or a painting game played to find out gaps in global security  used for knowledge management.

The conference topics include (but are not limited to):

conceptual modelling, reasoning methods, knowledge capitalization, knowledge discovery in data and multimedia documents, effective information and knowledge search, decision support systems, problem solving, optimisation of human capital and other resources, managing of best practice, risk management, simulation, learning systems including serious games, human-machine interfaces, Knowledge in social networks, distributed knowledge, Knowledge Management for design, creativity enhancing systems, support of innovation and eco-innovation process innovation and eco-innovation process, intelligent assistant of knowledge cultivators. The applications to innovation and eco-activities, AI applications supporting sustainable development are very welcome.

This workshop form will be:

  • Presentations of peer-reviewed papers (standard workshop format), including discussions
  • Final discussion on needs and challenges

Paper Submission and Publication

  • Authors are invited to submit full papers (PDF) on easychair (you have to be logged)

or send to eunika@innovation3d.fr

  • Accepted and presented papers will be published in IJCAI proceedings
  • Extended versions of selected papers presented during the conference will be published as Springer IFIP AICT Series

Important Dates

  • Paper Submission: April 18th, 2016 April 23rd 2016
  • Author Notification: May 16, 2016
  • Final version submission: June 15th, 2016 (Strict!)
  • 4th AI4KM on IJCAI (July 9th, 2016)

Organizing Committee:

Eunika Mercier-Laurent email: eunika.mercier-laurent@univ-lyon3.fr

Mieczyslaw L. Owoc email: mieczyslaw.owoc@ue.wroc.pl

Gulgun Kayakutlu email: kayakutlu@itu.edu.tr

Members of program committee:

Danielle Boulanger, Lyon3 University, France

Anne Dourgnon-Hanoune (EDF DER, France)

Celso Juan Flores (Crealibre, Mx)

Knut Hinkelmann (Univ of Applied Scences, Switzerland)

Gulgun Kayakutlu (ITU, Istanbul),

Helena Lindskog (Univ of Linkoping, Sweden)

Daniel O’Leary (USC Marshall SB)

Vincent Ribiere, IKI, Thailand)

Frederique Second (Viseo, France)

Eric Tsui (Politechnic University HK)

Guillermo R. Simari (Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina)

Jean-Guy Meunier ( Université du Québec, Montréal, Canada)

Adriana Schiopoiu Burlea (University of Craiova, Romania)

Celina Olszak (University of Economics, Katowice, Poland)

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Previous AI4KM

3rd AI4KM on IJCAI – 15

IFIP WG 12.6 event

Will take place July 27th room 450, please check the main ijcai website for details http://ijcai-15.org/index.php/workshops-schedule

Registration is now on site

e-proceedings http://ifipgroup.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/AI4KMProceedings1.pdf

Program

8:00-8:45 Registration

8:45-10:30 Knowledge Models for K, Chair Nada Matta

1. Mieczyslaw Owoc, Pawel Weichbroth : Toward knowledge-grid model for academic purposes

2.  Dai Xinghang, Nada Matta and Guillaume Ducellier: Cooperative knowledge  representation and classification: application for design projects

3. Fatma Chamekh, Danielle Boulanger, Guilaine Talens : Web of data evolution by exploiting agent based-argumentation

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:45  KM and web, Chair Mieczyslaw Owoc

1.  Łukasz Przysucha: Content Management Systems Based on GNU GPL Licence as  a Support of Knowledge Management in Organizations and Business

2. François Raucher, Nada Matta and Hassan Atifi: Context Aware Knowledge Zoning : Traceability and business Emails

3.  Noël Conruyt, Véronique Sébastien: From Knowledge to Sign management: a  Co-design methodology for Biodiversity and Music enhancement

12:45-13:45 Lunch

13:45-15:30  Capturing and learning, Chair

1.  Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier and Hassan Atifi: Learning from Daily  Knowledge : how to capture and structure it in cooperative activity

2. Meri KOLUACIK, Gulgun KAYAKUTLU :  A Bayesian Network Model for Predicting Pregnancy before In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

3. Jean Petit, Francis Rousseau: Socio-Cultural Knowledge Discovery and Management

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:45

1. Eunika Mercier-Laurent AI impact on succesful knowledge flow

2. Joel Alleyne: Professional Services: Will Artificial Intelligence Reshape Professional Services? Models and Frameworks for Future Firms

3. Discussion – What AI to enhance KM and empower human

List of accepted papers:

1. Mieczyslaw Owoc, Pawel Weichbroth : Toward knowledge-grid model for academic purposes

2. Łukasz Przysucha: Content Management Systems Based on GNU GPL Licence as a Support of Knowledge Management in Organizations and Business

3. Fatma Chamekh, Danielle Boulanger, Guilaine Talens : Web of data evolution by exploiting agent based-argumentation

4. Meri KOLUACIK, Gulgun KAYAKUTLU :  A Bayesian Network Model for Predicting Pregnancy before In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

5. Noël Conruyt, Véronique Sébastien: From Knowledge to Sign management: a Co-design methodology for Biodiversity and Music enhancement

6. Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier and Hassan Atifi: Learaning from Daily Knowledge : how to capture and structure it in cooperative activity

7. Dai Xinghang, Nada Matta and Guillaume Ducellier: Cooperative knowledge representation and classification: application for design projects

8. François Raucher, Nada Matta and Hassan Atifi: Context Aware Knowledge Zoning : Traceability and business Emails

En attente

9. Jean Petit, Francis Rousseau: Socio-Cultural Knowledge Discovery and Management

10.  Eunika Mercier-Laurent AI impact on succesful knowledge flow

11.  Joel Alleyne: Professional Services: Will Artificial Intelligence Reshape Professional Services? Models and Frameworks for Future Firms

Call for Papers

The third edition of AI4KM (Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management) will take place @IJCAI 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina July 27th (workshop 38)

http://ijcai-15.org/index.php/list-of-workshops

Scope and Objectives

Knowledge management is a large multidisciplinary field having its roots in Management and Artificial Intelligence. AI brought the way of thinking, knowledge modelling, knowledge processing, problem solving and decision support techniques.

Knowledge is one of intangible capitals that influence the performance of organizations and their capacity to innovate. Since the beginning of the KM movement in the early nineties, companies and non-profit organizations have been experimenting various approaches, often without using AI. On the contrary, the new generation of KM applications are implementing multi agent systems, hybrid simulations, meta-heuristic quantifiers, fuzzy logics, Bayesian networks, meta heuristic algorithms, unsupervised learning, case based or model based scheduling, cognitive modelling, graphical models, automated reasoning and solutions under uncertainty.

The objective of this multidisciplinary session is to gather both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and organizational aspects of AI used for knowledge management and to share the feedback on KM applications using AI. Knowledge management models used in Business Intelligence,  expert systems as management advisors, virtual training for knowledge sharing, all applications of machine learning to support innovation and eco-innovation, knowledge visualization for improving the creativity and human-machine interfaces, image mining making links between data and images ex bio-detection are good examples of multidisciplinary applications.

Researches and practitioners are invited to submit their recent advances in methodologies, models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss experiences in knowledge management and innovation.  Let it be the development of non-convex, nonlinear problem solutions or a painting game played to find out gaps in global security  used for knowledge management.

The conference topics include (but are not limited to):

conceptual modelling, reasoning methods, knowledge capitalization, knowledge discovery in data and multimedia documents, effective information and knowledge search, decision support systems, problem solving, optimisation of human capital and other resources, managing of best practice, risk management, simulation, learning systems including serious games, human-machine interfaces, Knowledge in social networks, distributed knowledge, Knowledge Management for design, creativity enhancing systems, support of innovation and eco-innovation process innovation and eco-innovation process, intelligent assistant of knowledge cultivators. The applications to innovation and eco-activities, AI applications supporting sustainable development are very welcome.

This workshop form will be:

  • Presentations of peer-reviewed papers (standard workshop format), including discussions
  • Final discussion on needs and challenges

Paper Submission and Publication

  • Authors should submit abstacts or draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of MSWord file) on easychair or send to eunika@innovation3d.fr
  • Accepted and presented papers will be published in IJCAI proceedings
  • Extended versions of selected papers presented during the conference will be published as Springer Special Issue

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission: March 23, 2015
  • Author Notification: April 1, 2015
  • Paper submission deadline: May 1th, 2015 (Strict!)
  • Notification of acceptance: June 6th, 2015
  • Camera-ready version deadline: June 20th, 2015 (Strict!)
  • 3rd AI4KM on IJCAI (July 25-31, 2015)

Organizing Committee:

Eunika Mercier-Laurent email: eunika.mercier-laurent@univ-lyon3.fr

Mieczyslaw L. Owoc email: mieczyslaw.owoc@ue.wroc.pl

Gulgun Kayakutlu email: kayakutlu@itu.edu.tr

Members of program committee:

Danielle Boulanger, Lyon3 University, France

Anne Dourgnon-Hanoune (EDF DER, France)

Celso Juan Flores (Crealibre, Mx)

Knut Hinkelmann (Univ of Applied Scences, Switzerland)

Gulgun Kayakutlu (ITU, Istanbul),

Helena Lindskog (Univ of Linkoping, Sweden)

Daniel O’Leary (USC Marshall SB)

Vincent Ribiere, IKI, Thailand)

Frederique Second (Viseo, France)

Eric Tsui (Politechnic University HK)

Guillermo R. Simari (Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina)

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The second edition of AI4KM will take place on Fedcsis 2014

Warsaw, Poland, September 7-10, 2014

in partnership with 20nd KAM on

Collaborative Human-Machine Intelligence

Call for papers

Knowledge management is a large multidisciplinary field having its roots in Management and Artificial Intelligence. Activity of an extended organization should be supported by an organized and optimized flow of knowledge to effectively help all participants in their work.

We have the pleasure to invite you to contribute to and to participate in the conference “Knowledge Acquisition and Management” and 2nd Workshop on “Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management” (KAM:AI4KM’14).  The predecessor of the KAM conference has been organized for the first time in 1992, as a venue for scientists and practitioners to address different aspects of usage of advanced information technologies in management, with focus on intelligent techniques and knowledge management. In 2003 the conference changed somewhat its focus and was organized for the first under its current name. Furthermore, the KAM conference became an international event, with participants from around the world. In 2012 we’ve joined to Federated Conference on Computer Science and Systems becoming one of the oldest event. Workshop “Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management” was initiated by IFIP Group TC12.6  in 2012 as the separate event during European Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Montpellier (ECAI’2012). From the beginning the workshop aims in bringing together researchers and practitioners involved in Knowledge Management using the methods and techniques of AI for building and improving all aspects of KM and of knowledge flow. This year both teams (people of KAM and AI4KM) have decided to join efforts in the FedCSIS framework with common challenge: “Collaborative Human-Machine Intelligence” under IFIP supporting.

The aim of this common event is to create possibility of presenting and discussing approaches, techniques and tools in the knowledge acquisition and other knowledge management areas with focus on contribution of artificial intelligence for improvement of human-machine intelligence. We expect that the conference&workshop will enable exchange of information and experiences, and delve into current trends of methodological, technological and implementation aspects of knowledge management processes

Topics

The following group topics, concerning both theory and applications, will be included (unavoidably incomplete):

  • Knowledge discovery from databases, text and images
  • Methods and tools for knowledge acquisition
  • Methods and tools for knowledge management
  • New emerging technologies for management
  • Organizing the knowledge centers  and knowledge distribution
  • Knowledge creation and validation
  • Knowledge dynamics and machine learning
  • Distance learning and knowledge sharing
  • Knowledge representation models
  • Management of enterprise knowledge versus personal knowledge
  • Knowledge managers and workers
  • Knowledge coaching and diffusion
  • Knowledge engineering and software engineering
  • Managerial knowledge evolution with focus on managing of best practice and cooperative activities
  • Knowledge grid and social networks
  • Knowledge management for design, innovation and eco-innovation process
  • Business Intelligence environment for supporting knowledge management
  • Knowledge management in virtual advisors and training
  • Human-machine interfaces and knowledge visualization
  • Knowledge Innovation
  • Environmental aspects of KM

Paper Submission and Publication

  • Authors should submit draft papers (as Postscript, PDF of MSWord file).
  • The total length of a paper should not exceed 10 pages IEEE style (including tables, figures and references). IEEE style templates are available here.
  • Papers will be refereed and accepted on the basis of their scientific merit and relevance to the workshop.
  • Only papers presented at the conference will be included in the IEEE Xplore® database and submitted for indexation in:Thomson Reuters – Conference Proceedings Citation IndexSciVerse ScopusInspecDBLP Computer Science Bibliography and Google Scholar
  • Extended versions of selected papers presented during the conference will be published as Special Issue(s).
  • Organizers reserve right to move accepted papers between FedCSIS events.

Important Dates

  • Paper submission: April 11 2014
  • Position paper submission: May 12 2014
  • Acceptance decision: May 19 2014
  • Final version of paper submission: June 17 2014
  • Final deadline for discounted fee: July 31 2014
  • Conference dates: September 7-10, 2014

Archives AI4KM 2012

Workshop proceedings are on ECAI website

Invited talk  Presentation on

http://fr.slideshare.net/Jean_Rohmer/knowledge-representation-structured-or-unstructured/download

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AI for Knowledge Management ECAI 2012/IFIP TC12.6

August 28th Montpellier, south of France

at the site of

IAE Room TD 06

inside the campus of University Montpellier 2

for more details see “workshop venue” on http://www2.lirmm.fr/ecai2012/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=92

Program :

8:30 Opening session

Structured or natural knowledge representation for KM: 30 years of compromises between humans and machines, Jean Rohmer, Pole Universitaire Leonard de Vinci.

in the Proceedings only Overview of AI path in USSR and Ukraine. Up-to-date Just-In-Time Knowledge Concept K.M. Golubev – General Knowledge Machine Research Group

9:10 Session 1

Session chairs E. Mercier-Laurent Univ Lyon3, G. Kayakutlu ITU

9:10 From Community Memories to Corporate Memory – Daniel Galarreta and Pascale Riviere, CNES.

9:30. Contextual knowledge handled by an expert – Janina Jakubczyc and Mieczyslaw Owoc,

9:45.Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management with BPMN and Rules – Antoni Ligęza, Krzysztof Kluza, Grzegorz J. Nalepa and Tomasz Potempa

10:00 An argumentation based Rough Set Theory for Knowledge Management -Sarra Bouzayane, Imene Brigui and Inès Saad

10:15 Discussion

10:30 Coffee break

10:45 Session 2

Session chairs E. Mercier-Laurent Univ Lyon3, Otthein Herzog

10:45. Web User Navigation Patterns Discovery as Knowledge Validation challenge Pawel Weichbrot and Mieczyslaw Owoc

11:00 Kleenks:collaborative links in the Web of Data Razvan Dinu, Andrei-Adnan Ismail, Tiberiu Stratulat and Jacques Ferber

11:20 From Knowledge transmission to Sign sharing: Semiotic Web as a new paradigm for Teaching and Learning in the Future Internet Noel Conruyt, Véronique Sebastien, Didier Sebastien, Olivier Sebastien and David Grosser.

11:40 Discussion

12: 00 lunch

13:40 Session 3

Session chairs E. Mercier-Laurent Univ Lyon3, Mieczyslaw L.Owoc

13 :40 Ontology Learning From Unstructured Data for Knowledge Management: A Literature Review Jens Obermann and Andreas Scheuermann

14 :00 Description Logic Reasoning in an Ontology-Based System for Citizen Safety in Urban Environment, Weronika T. Adrian, Antoni Ligęza and Grzegorz J. Nalepa.

14:20 Advanced System forAcquisition and Knowledge Management in Cultural Heritage Stefan Du Chateau, Danielle Boulanger and Eunika Mercier-Laurent.

14 :40 GAMELAN: A Knowledge Management Approach for Digital Audio Production Workflows Karim Barkati, Alain Bonardi, Antoine Vincent and Francis Rousseaux

14:55 Discussion

15:15 coffee break

15:30 Session 4

Session chairs E. Mercier-Laurent Univ Lyon3, Andreas Scheuermann

15:30 Interactive Knowledge Adaptation in Multiagent Environments, Tobias Warden, Hartmut Messerschmidt and Otthein Herzog.

15:50 Knowledge Management applied to Electronic Public Procurement Helena Lindskog, Eunika Mercier-Laurent and Danielle Boulanger.

16:10 Gulgun Kayakutlu and Ayca Altay. Collective intelligence for Evaluating Synergy in Collaborative Innovation

16 :25 Discussion

16 :40 Closing discussion – AI for KM Challenges

Registration on ECAI website

http://www2.lirmm.fr/ecai2012/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=80&Itemid=84

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Call for papers

ECAI 2012 Workshop, in collaboration with and IFIP TC12.6

AI for Knowledge Management (AI4KM 2012)

Organized by

Eunika Mercier-Laurent (University Lyon 3 & IFIP), Nada Matta (Technological University, Troyes), Mieczyslaw L. Owoc (Wroclaw University of Economics) and  Ines Saad (University of Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens)

in conjunction with European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI2012) Montpellier, 28th August 2012

Scope and Objectives

Knowledge management is a large multidisciplinary field having its roots in Management and Artificial Intelligence. AI brought the way of thinking, knowledge modelling, knowledge processing and problem solving techniques.

Knowledge is one of intangible capitals that influence the performance of organizations and their capacity to innovate. Since the beginning of the KM movement in the early nineties, companies and non profit organizations have been experiment various approaches, often without using AI.

The objective of this multidisciplinary workshop is to gather both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and organizational aspects of AI used for knowledge management and to share the feedback on KM applications using AI.

Researches and practitioners are invited to propose recent advances in methodologies, models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss experiences in knowledge management.  Papers are welcomed in any research area concerning the use of all AI fields for knowledge management.

The workshop topics include (but are not limited to):

knowledge capitalization, management of best practice, decision support systems, knowledge modeling and reasoning methods, problem solving,effective information and knowledge search, knowledge discovery in data,  multimedia documents and social networks, management of intellectual capital,  risk management, simulation, learning systems including serious games, human-machine interfaces,  distributed knowledge, Knowledge Management for design, creativity enhancing systems, support of innovation and eco-innovation process, intelligent assistant of knowledge gardeners…

This workshop form will be:

  • Presentations of peer-reviewed papers (standard workshop format), including discussions
  • Final discussion on needs and challenges

Important Dates

  • Paper submission deadline: May 28th, 2012 (Strict!)
  • Notification of acceptance: June 28th, 2012
  • Camera-ready version deadline: July 20th, 2012 (Strict!)
  • Configuration workshop: ECAI August 2012

We invite the following kinds of contributions:

- full research or application papers (10 pages) describing recent research

outcomes, mature work, prototypes, applications, or methodologies.

- short position papers (up to 6 pages) describing early work and new ideas

that are not yet fully worked out.

All submissions must be written in English, following ECAI 2012 submissions

guidelines (http://www2.lirmm.fr/ecai2012).

Please submit your contributions electronically in PDF format at:

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iakm2012

Review criteria

All the submissions will be reviewed by at least two members of the program

committee. Review criteria include: scientific significance, technical quality,

clarity and, above all, originality of the approach.

Registration policy

All workshop participants are required to register for both the workshop and

the main conference

Proceedings

All papers will be published online, in the ECAI 2012 workshop proceedings

Program committee:

Anne Dourgnon-Hanoune (EDF R&D, France)

Ron Dvir (Innovation Ecology, Israel)

Celso Juan Flores (Crealibre, Mx)

Otthein Herzog (Jacobs University, Bremen)

Knut Hinkelmann (Univ of Applied Scences, Switzerland)

Gulgun Kayakutlu (ITU, Istanbul),

Helena Lindskog (Univ of Linkoping, Sweden)

Antoni Ligeza AGH (University of Science and Technology) Krakow

Dimitar Christozov (American University in Bulgaria – Blagoevgrad)

Daniel O’Leary (USC Marshall SB)

Vincent Ribiere, IKI, Thailand)

Frederique Second (Viseo, Pole R&D)

Carla Simone (Univ Milano, IT)

Eric Tsui (Politechnic University HK)

Jean Rohmer (Pôle Universitaire Léonard De Vinci)

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