Business Information Systems (BIS-2005) (BIS 2005)

Venue: The Poznan University of Economics

Location: Poznan, Poland

Event Date/Time: Apr 20, 2005 End Date/Time: Apr 22, 2005
Registration Date: Mar 01, 2005
Early Registration Date: Feb 16, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Dec 01, 2004
Paper Submission Date: Dec 01, 2004
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BIS 2005 International Conference invites researchers and practitioners to submit papers that contribute the
results of research in Business Information Systems as
well as papers that report on industrial IT projects. The
Program Committee particularly encourages
presentations of practical papers on industrial experience
or on the validation of prototype implementations.


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Topics are restricted by the scope of the conference as defined above and they include, but are not limited to: • Information Retrieval and Filtering (IRaF) for Business Applications Special Session: ontologies and knowledge representation, query languages, e.g. media or domain specific; profiling and personalization; search strategies; document indexing, categorization and clustering; information extraction; (multi)media IRaF; multilingual and crosslingual IRaF; adaptive filtering, collaborative filtering, Web filtering; IRaF from the Internet to information systems, e.g. digital libraries, ERP, CRM; portal technology; textual and multimedia Information Systems to mange information retrieved and filtered from the Web; evaluation of IRaF • Project Management of Business Information Systems Special Session: Strategic Project management, Project Portfolio Management, Scope, Risk, Staffing, Process Support • Software Engineering for Business Applications Track: Requirements Specification, Database Development and Applications, System Design, Implementation Issues, Software Quality and testing • Business Aspects of e-Learning : Individualization, Improving Learning, Increasing Access, Sustaining Innovation, Cost Reduction • e-Government and Information Society: Standards for information and process interchange; political and societal implications of e-Government; Institutional change and IT-driven modernization of public governance structures; legal interpretation and administrative decision making • Ontologies for Business Information Systems: Semantic Web for Decision Support, Searching the Semantic Web, Web Services Integration, Ontologies for Data Warehousing, Workflow, ERP, CRM, e-Business • Time Aspects of Information Systems Special Session: Time References in Web Documents, Time Granularities in Document Collections, Time Granularities in Databases, Temporal reasoning • Technology Transfer Track: Knowledge Management, Social Impact of Technology, Product Innovation, Technology Business Incubation, Economic Impact of technology, Cultural Impact of Technology SUBMISSION CATEGORIES • Long papers up to 5000 words • Work-in-progress papers up to 2500 words SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Submission guidelines may be found at IMPORTANT Dec 1, 2004 submission deadline for long and work-in-progress papers to be published in refereed proceedings Feb. 15, 2005 notification of acceptance/rejection March 10, 2005 submission of final papers April, 20-22, 2005 the conference GENERAL CHAIR Witold Abramowicz - The Poznañ University of Economics, Poland, (