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CALL FOR PAPERS | ACM-DL EATIS 2008 – http://eatis.org/eatis2008
Euro American Conference on Telematics and Information Systems
September 10 – 12, 2008 | Aracaju – Brazil
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New Web Opportunities to increase Digital Citizenship
EATIS 2008 aims, but are not limited to, the production of scientific work around e-Government, e-Health, e-Learning, e-Culture and e-Entertainment (local, regional, national and international), Web Semantic, and Web 2.0 communities, contents and technologies.
Submitted papers hopefully should deal with issues about transversal services and applications such as Convergence Digital, Electronic, Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications. They should be oriented towards community and cultural enhancement, to build knowledge and skills for work, to improve work quality, citizenship participation as well as consumer choice.
In particular, EATIS 2008 encourages the use of Information System (IS) and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), allowing citizens a better participation at various levels of government and public services, as well as the ethics component in the use of services and technologies related to IS and ICT.
PUBLICATIONS OF PAPERS
All accepted papers will be published in the EATIS 2008 ACM-DL Proceedings with ISBN # 978-1-59593-988-3 and will be published at ACM Digital Library (ACM-DL).
Authors of 30% best papers in English will be invited to submit extended papers, which will be further peer-reviewed for potential inclusion in special issues of international journals Journal of Mobile Multimedia (JMM), International Journal of Web Information Systems (IJWIS), and Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER).
In the same way, authors of 30% best papers in Portuguese or Spanish will be invited to IEEE Latin America Transactions and IEEE RITA – Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje (Latin-American Learning Technologies Electronic Journal).
FACILITy TO AUTHORS FROM ECONOMICALLY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
EATIS.org – Euro American Association on Telematics and Information Systems offers 10 Invited Papers (free registration) for first authors that residing in economically developing countries. Selection of the Invited Papers will be done according to the score order obtained in the submission process.
Organized by the Computing Department of the Universidade Federal de Sergipe, this conference is promoted by EATIS.org, and endorsed by the International Organization for Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (@WAS).
The conference will be done in technical cooperation with Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), ACM SIG – Special Interest Groups SIGWEB, SIGMOD, SIGAPP, SIGMM, SIGGRAPH, SIGSOFT, SIGMOBILE, and Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).
EATIS 2008 conference is also supported by Universitat de Valencia, Spain; Universidade do Algarve, Portugal; the Faculty of Systems Engineering, Universidad Autonoma de Bucaramanga (UNAB), Colombia; and Universidad de Talca, Chile.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
1. Relationship between the Web Architecture and other computational areas
1.1. Software Engineering and Web Information Systems
1.2. Frameworks and software architectures for Web-based systems
1.3. Web-based Artificial Intelligence
1.4. Intelligent Agents
1.5. Knowledge Acquisition and Representation
1.6. Information Retrieval and Filtering
1.7. Data and Text Mining
1.8. Automatic Control Web-based systems
1.9. Metrics Quality Assurance
1.10. Human Computer Interface and Modern User Interfaces
1.12. Authentication and/or repudiation Systems
1.13. Web Security
2. Web-based Systems
2.1. (Semantic) Web Services
2.2. Automatic discovery of Web services
2.3. Choreography of Web services technologies
2.4. Proof and Trust on the Semantic Web
2.5. Merging/Aligning/Combining Ontologies
2.6. Semantic Web applications
2.7. Semantic interoperability
2.9. Domain mark-up languages (XBRL, HR7, etc.)
2.10. Relational Databases/XML bridges
2.11. Native XML Databases
2.12. Vertical-Domain Applications (ITS, Healthcare, Law, etc.)
2.13. Enterprise Applications Integration (EAI)
3. Distributed Systems
3.1. Middleware Systems for Grids and Cluster
3.2. Semantic Grid
3.3. Software tools for Cluster and Grids
3.4. Grid-based Problem Solving Environments
3.5. Computational and Information Grid Architectures and Systems
3.6. Scientific, Engineering, and Commercial Grid Applications
3.7. Programming Models, Tools, and Environments
3.8. Performance Evaluation and Modeling
3.9. Portal Computing / Science Portals
3.10. Distributed Artificial Intelligence
3.11. Multi-agent systems in information integration
4. Mobile Computing and Applications
4.1. Internet access and applications
4.2. Mobile Multimedia
4.3. Multi-modal architectures and applications
4.4. M-Commerce, M-Learning and M-Entertainment
4.5. Location Bases Services
4.6. Data mining concepts for location based services
4.7. Security and privacy in location based services
4.8. GPS applications
4.9. MMS frameworks and architectures
4.10 . In-car and GIS based systems
4.11. Video-conferencing and Tele-presence
4.12. Context aware applications
4.13. Adaptative filters for navigation and tracking
4.14. Security and Quality of Mobile Internet Applications
5. Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Networks
5.1. Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Internet
5.2. Performance evaluation of wireless networks
5.3. Wireless systems simulation
5.5 . Design methodologies for wireless systems
5.6. Quality of Service (QoS)
5.7. Security in sensor networks
5.8. Mobility management in next generation networks
6. Web Technologies and Society
6.1. Intellectual Rights
6.2. Web accessibility
6.3. Web Information systems for Disabled
6.4. Web internationalization
6.5. Web information systems for citizens
6.6. E-Government, E-learning, E-Business, E-entertainment
6.7. Electronic Bank
6.8. Biometrics techniques and privacy
6.9. Internet strategies based on the Internet
6.10. Videoconferencing and Tele-presence
6.11. Preservation of Digital Culture
6.12. Medical Informatics
6.13. Business Intelligence Applications
April 1, 2008. Short and Full Papers submission deadline
June 8, 2008. Short and Full Papers acceptance notification
July 8, 2008. Camera-Ready Papers and Early Registrations deadline
August 8, 2008. Late Registrations deadline
September 10-12, 2008. Conference Days
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Conference Website: http://eatis.org/eatis2008
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