Workshop on Ontology and Rich Semantics: Frameworks and Applications

26th Nov. 2018, Singapore

 

Explicit rich representations of domain knowledge, models, processes, historical development, and argumentation are important to support e-science, e-social science and digital humanities research. Ontologies define hierarchies of entities and identify important types of relations between entities. However, to support e-research as well as real applications, ontologies need to go beyond simple semantics to include representation of complex structures and systems, dynamic models and processes, flow of temporal events, as well as discourse structure, evolution of knowledge, argumentation and information across types of documents and media. This workshop will explore frameworks for ontological representation with rich semantics, and applications in diverse knowledge domains such as systems analysis and design, molecular biology, clinical decision support systems, linguistics, law, history, biography, etc.

Deadline for proposals: 1st Oct 2018. Please submit to Prof Chris Khoo at chriskhoo@pmail.ntu.edu.sg :

Title

Abstract of 300-500 words

Author(s) and institutional affiliation

Email address

Type: completed research / ongoing research / research proposal

Keywords, including subject/application area

 

Venue: Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Journalism, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Registration: Free, but places are limited and prior registration is required. Online registration will open on 15th Oct and close on 15th Nov. See https://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/chriskhoo/ontology-rich-semantics/

Authors of accepted presentations will be invited to submit a short paper (of 6-10 pages) for publication in a special issue of LIBRES e-journal (https://www.libres-ejournal.info/), after a round of review and revision.