[Infovis] Final CFP for Int. workshop DataVIEW'10 (Data Visualization and Integration in Enterprises and on the Web)

Alessandro Bozzon bozzon at elet.polimi.it
Fri Jul 2 09:39:14 CEST 2010

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***** Final Abstract submission deadline: 	July 6, 2010 ****
***** Final Paper submission deadline: 		July 12, 2010 ****

Workshop held in conjunction with OTM 2010
Crete (Greece), 25 - 29 October 2010

Workshop website: http://dataview.como.polimi.it

Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag.

Best papers will be invited to submit an extended version to a special  
issue of the International Journal of Information Technology and Web  
Engineering (IJITWE).


EXTENDED -> July 6, 2010: Abstracts due (23h59 Hawaii Time)
EXTENDED -> July 12, 2010: Papers due (23h59 Hawaii Time)
EXTENDED -> August 2, 2010: Acceptance Notification (23h59 Hawaii Time)

August 13, 2010: Camera-ready copies (23h59 Hawaii Time)


Recent years witnessed a proliferation of semi-structured, structured,  
and semantically annotated data on the Web: an increasing amount of  
individuals, public organization and enterprises, is currently  
publishing information for free usage. Contextually, the availability  
of a wide spectrum of high-level data integration tools  - such as  
(enterprise) mash-up platforms - offered to developers (and to end  
users) several means for the integration of such data, enabling novel  
applications and business scenario. The usage of the Web as a common  
publication, mediation, aggregation and consumption platform decreased  
the existing gap between Web and Enterprise applications, which often  
leverage common data integration methodologies and tools. Moreover,  
the nature and the abundance of such structured data shifts the nature  
of user interactions, where models based on navigation of documents  
are replaced by paradigms that leverage the exploration of object  
repositories; in such a context, providing a satisfactory user  
experience proved to be a challenging task for application developers.  
In addition, as the richness and value of data also increases, Web and  
Enterprise applications must provide users with visualizations and  
interaction paradigms that leverage properties such as the underlying  
data relationships, source type, provenance, and quality. As a  
consequence, a deeper understanding of data integration, visualization  
and user interaction issues is becoming more and more compelling in  
applications design and development. We believe that, in order to  
tackle the new challenges provided by a Web of Data, data integration,  
visualization and user interaction methodologies and tools need to be  
revised to effectively manage the design and the interaction  
application with information.

The aim of the DATAVIEW workshop is to bring together researchers and  
practitioners in the fields of Software Engineering, Web engineering,  
Semantic Web, Databases, (multimedia) Information Retrieval and data  
visualization. The main goal is to explore the feasibility of using  
and combining different approaches to create effective Web and  
Enterprise applications where the integration, visualization and  
interaction with data is a main concern, as well as to identify  
additional requirements needed in order to apply these methods and  
techniques to existing design and development environments.


Areas of particular interest for the Workshop include (but are not  
limited to):

+ Integration of heterogeneous data in Enterprises and on the Web
+ Visualization of integrated heterogeneous in Enterprises and on Web  
+ Interfaces for Web-scale and large-scale data repositories search  
and exploration
+ Linked Data visualization and exploration
+ Taxonomies and ontologies for data visualization
+ Lightweight (semantic) metadata or knowledge integration
+ Conceptual models for data visualization and exploration
+ Data visualization for next-generation mobile devices
+ Studies on quality, usability, effectiveness of data visualization  
+ Innovative uses of tag clouds
+ Ambient information displays
+ Data visualization for large screens and interactive tablets
+ Augmented reality and cross-media interfaces
+ Visualizations for multimodal interaction
+ Tools for Web and Enterprises data visualizations
+ Applications: Search, Semantic Web, Social Web and Web 2.0, Adaptive  
and personalized Web applications, SaaS, Business Intelligence, Data  
Warehouse, Enterprise 2.0


Papers should explore open research problems, as well as provide  
advances in the areas of workshop's core topic. Papers submitted to  
DATAVIeW ‘10 must not have been accepted for publication elsewhere or  
be under review for another workshop or conference. All papers will be  
peer-reviewed by at least three PC members.

Papers must be in English and may be submitted as:
+ Full Papers (10 pages)
+ Short Papers (5 pages)
+ Position Statements (3 pages)

Paper submission site: http://www.onthemove-conferences.org/index.php/submitpaper


The final proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag as LNCS  
(Lecture Notes in Computer Science). Author instructions can be found  
at: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

Failure to comply with the above formatting instructions for submitted  
papers will lead to the outright rejection of the paper without  
review. Failure to commit to presentation at the conference  
automatically excludes a paper from the proceedings.


Sara Comai ( Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
Moira Norrie ( ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
Alessandro Bozzon ( Politecnico di Milano, Italy)


+ Marco Brambilla (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
+ Irene Celino (CEFRIEL, Italy)
+ Emanuele DellaValle (Politecnico di Milano, Italy )
+ Roberto De Virgilio (Università degli studi Roma Tre, Italy)
+ Flavio Maria De Paoli (Università degli studi di Milano, Italy)
+ Martin Gaedke (Chemnitz University of Technology)
+ Michael Grossniklaus (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
+ Suzanne Little (KMI - The Open University, UK)
+ Dennis McLeod (University of Southern California, USA
+ Juan Carlos Preciado (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain)
+ Raluca Paiu  (L3S Research Center, Germany)
+ Gabriella Pasi (Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Milan)
+ Beat Signer (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
+ Giovanni Toffetti Carughi (University of Lugano, Switzerland)
+ Marco Winckler (University Paul Sabatier, France)

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