[Crm-sig] FW: Call for book chapters, deadline is extended.

Stephen Stead steads at paveprime.org
Wed Feb 18 08:13:56 EET 2009


Anyone interested in contributing a chapter?

Stephen Stead
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-----Original Message-----
From: Hai Jin [mailto:book.dmsw at gmail.com] 
Sent: 18 February 2009 04:06
To: steads at paveprime.org
Subject: Call for book chapters, deadline is extended.


Dear colleague:

Thank you for reading this email. The deadline of call for book chapter of
DMSW is extended to May 15, 2009. Please circulate this information and the
call for Book Chapters among your partenrs or students.



We are the editors of the book about Data management in semantic web,
(DMSW), this book will be published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
(Details seen in http://grid.hust.edu.cn/DMSW-Book/). The objective of this
book is to explore the technology and application of semantic data
management by bringing together various research studies, presumably in
different subfields. For your great accomplishment in the field of semantic
web, we are pleased to invite you to submit your work to this book (Full
chapter deadline: March 15, 2009). Your participation would greatly enhance
the quality of this book. you can also extend your recent published paper
about this topics. To provide greatest reading flexibility, the book will be
organized in self-contained chapters.



==== Call for Book Chapters====


Full chapter deadline: May 15, 2009

Data Management in Semantic Web

Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Volume (s) Editors: Hai Jin, Zehua Lv

http://grid.hust.edu.cn/DMSW-Book/

===============

Book Objectives & Mission

Data management or information management is a very important topic in every
aspects of society. Traditional data management mainly focuses on
information processing which generally only involves with data of a single
organization. In the systems, data are unified according to same schema and
there exists an agreement between the interacting units as to the correct
mapping between these concepts. Nowadays, data management systems have to
handle a variety of data sources, from proprietary ones to data publicly
available. Grasping relevant information and exchanging information has
become an essential challenge for data management. In a word, information
sharing is now primary goal of data management.

Information sharing is not a new concern, and some solutions based on the
syntactic functionality provided by exchange standards or standard
formatting were proposed. However, now information has to be sharable in an
open environment, where interacting units do not necessarily share a common
understanding of the world. Lack of common background generates the need for
explicit guidance in understanding the exact meaning of the data, i.e., its
semantics. This makes semantic data management emerge strongly which takes
the issue far beyond information sharing based on exchange standards or
standard formatting.  The aim of semantic data management is to make content
easier for machines to find, access and process by expressing data and
meaning in standard machine-readable format and supporting decentralized
definition and management.

Hence, the objective of this book is to explore the technology and
application of semantic data management by bringing together various
research studies, presumably in different subfields.

To provide greatest reading flexibility, the book will be organized in
self-contained chapters


Topics

Ontology concepts;

Description logic;

Semantic web;

Semantic data representation;

Semantic data clustering;

Semantic data extraction: metadata extraction, entity identify etc;

Semantic data storage;

Semantic Query;

Semantic search, evaluation and ranking;

Semantics for enterprise information management (EIM);

Visual techniques and application for the semantic data;

Semantic service oriented architectures (SOA);

Technology for visualizing semantic data;

Introduce of some systems (SemreX, Bibster, Citebase, Google Scholar,
Citeseer etc.);

Others.


Important Deadlines

Researchers and practitioners are kindly invited to send an email to
book.dmsw at gmail.com, containing a preliminary title and a 3-6 page
manuscript proposal clearly explaining the mission and concerns of the
proposed chapter. We strongly encourage other topics that have not been
listed in our suggested list, particularly if the topic is related to the
research area in which you have expertise. Upon acceptance of your proposal,
you should prepare your chapter of 8,000-10,000 words and 7-10 related terms
and their appropriate definitions. Guidelines for preparing your paper and
terms and definitions will be sent to you upon acceptance of your proposal.
All chapter proposals will be peer reviewed. And all submitted full chapters
will be reviewed by at least three reviewers on a double-blind review basis.


Important deadlines are:

May 1, 2009:              Deadline for full chapters (8000-10000 words)

June 15, 2009:              Review result sent to authors

August 1, 2009:                Revised chapters due from authors

September 1, 2009:            Notify authors of final acceptance/rejection

October 15, 2009:          Receive final accepted chapters and disks from
authors.


Publication

This book will be published by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Nova Science
Publishers, Inc. is an international publishing company specializing in
high-quality research publications in the fields of information science,
technology, and management. More information regarding the publisher can be
seen in www.novapublishers.com.


Submission Guidelines

Careful preparation of the manuscripts will help keep production time short
and ensure satisfactory appearance of the finished book. Please prepare the
manuscript as follows:

Please centralize all tables and figures with appropriate legends.

Please carefully check for typos inside the figures/legends etc.

All equations must be numbered and please try to use standard fonts.

Original artwork and a signed copyright release forms will be required for
all accepted chapters.


We sincerely hope that you can submit your research work. Moreover, at your
convenience, please help us circulate this among your colleagues and
friends.


Lot of thanks for your kindness and help!


Best Regards


Editors


Hai Jin, Professor, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan,
China

Zehua Lv, Dr., Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China,
book.dmsw at gmail.com


-- 
Dr. Hai Jin
School of Computer Science and Technology
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Wuhan, 430074, China
Tel: +86-27-87543529 ext 8022
Fax: +86-27-87557354
Email: book.dmsw at gmail.com
http://grid.hust.edu.cn



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