Pages: pp. 71
23–27 June 2008
Held in conjunction with 8th International Conference on New Technologies of Distributed Systems, the OntoAPP workshop recognizes that ontologies are becoming widespread in several disconnected domains. Their use leads to new software architectures, especially in the field of distributed systems. However, it's difficult to measure the impact of their use in distributed environments. Feedback from innovative software driven by ontologies are mandatory for a better comprehension on how ontologies are used in real use cases. OntoAPP is a unique chance for people interested in knowledge-based systems to meet and discuss theoretical aspects as well as applied research.
For more information visit http://ontoapp.istase.fr.
25–27 June 2008
Povoa de Varzim, Portugal
ICIAR brings together researchers in the fields of image processing, image analysis, and pattern recognition. Topics include image and video processing and analysis, image and video coding, image retrieval and indexing, pattern recognition for image analysis, and applications.
For more information visit http://www.iciar.uwaterloo.ca/iciar08/.
29 June–5 July 2008
Potential conference topics include multimedia telecommunications; signal processing in telecommunications; data processing; audio transmission and reception systems; voice over packet networks; video conferencing and telephony; image producing, sending, and mining; speech producing and processing; and IP/mobile TV.
For more information visit http://www.iaria.org/conferences2008/ICDT08.html.
8–11 July 2008
A subgroup of the IEEE 8th International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, IVPAA 08 addresses image- and video-based pattern analysis methods and their migration from academic institutions to industrial laboratories, and onward into deployable systems, and their increasing importance in real-world systems for commercial, industrial, and military applications.
For more information visit http://attend.it.uts.edu.au/cit2008/specialsess1.php.
22–27 July 2008
MCCSIS 2008 aims to gather researchers in the core areas of computer science and information systems. The conference is part of the MCCSIS 2008 multiconference. The multiconference has different conferences with the following themes: e-learning, intelligent systems and agents, wireless applications and computing, gaming, design for engaging experience and social interaction, visual communication, society and human beings, Web-based communication, interfaces and human–computer interaction, data mining, telecommunications, informatics, e-commerce, and computer graphics and visualization.
For more information visit http://www.mccsis.org/.