[Asis-l] Cfp: Multilingual Web Access Workshop @ WWW 2015 - Full/Short Papers 11 Feb 2015
ferro at dei.unipd.it
Tue Nov 25 14:08:29 EST 2014
Call for Papers
International Workshop on Multilingual Web Access (MWA 2015)
held In conjunction with the 24th International World Wide Web Conference, Florence, Italy, May 19, 2015.
Motivation and Goals
Over the past 25 years, the World Wide Web (WWW) has developed into a truly transnational information medium for users from across the globe. As of July 2013, Asia accounts for the largest share of online users in the world at 48.4%, followed by 21.8% from the Americas, and 19% from Europe. With this global development, the diversity of user languages on the Web has increased dramatically, leading to new challenges and opportunities for information access providers and consumers.
The MWA workshop will bring together researchers working on Cross-/Multilingual Search & Discovery, the Multilingual Social Web, as well as the Multilingual Semantic Web, in order to promote the exchange of complementary ideas and applicable/transferrable techniques between these areas. The goal of the workshop is to advance the current state of the art in Multilingual Web Access techniques, and, most importantly, to increase the adoption of multilingual techniques, methods, and tools in real-world Web applications.
Themes of interest
Themes of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
- Multilingual Web search & discovery
- Multilingual recommender systems
- Multilingual news systems
- Cross-/multilingual information retrieval
- Multilingual Web user needs & behavior
- Interactive MWA systems & interfaces
- Personalized multilingual search systems
- Multilingual social network analysis
- Methods & tools for information & community linking
- Multilingual semantic knowledge extraction, representation, and annotation
- Multilingual ontology mapping & data linking
- Sharing multilingual language resources as open web data
- Integration of language technology with multilingual Web content, e.g. automated translation, automated text annotation for topic detection, named entity recognition and disambiguation
- Evaluation: methods, collections, and metrics for MWA
- Language resources for MWA
- Cultural aspects of MWA
- Risk-aware MWA
- Privacy and Data Protection of multilingual Web content and data across jurisdictions
We solicit submissions of long (up to 6 pages) and short papers (up to 3 pages) from diverse backgrounds, with the aim of promoting the exchange of ideas between researchers working in the above-mentioned areas. For full details on the submission format and procedure, please refer to the Submission Instructions page athttp://www.cs.ubc.ca/~steichen/MWA2015/submission.html. Papers will be selected based on originality, quality, and ability to promote discussion.
*** Accepted papers will be included in the WWW conference companion volume that is published together with the main proceedings by ACM. ***
Feb 11, 2015: Submission Deadline
Feb 27, 2015: Notification to Authors
Mar 8, 2015: Camera-ready Due
May 19, 2015: Workshop
Ben Steichen (University of British Columbia, Canada) - ben.steichen at ubc.ca
Nicola Ferro (University of Padua, Italy) - ferro at dei.unipd.it
Dave Lewis (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) - Dave.Lewis at scss.tcd.ie
Ed H. Chi (Google, USA) - chi at acm.org
For further questions please contact a member of the organizing committee.
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