First international Conference on Massive Information Sharing and Integration (MISI 2011)

Venue: Vienna University of Technology

Location: Vienna, Austria

Event Date/Time: Aug 22, 2011 End Date/Time: Aug 26, 2011
Registration Date: May 15, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Apr 01, 2011
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Integration and sharing of data, information and knowledge is a fundamental corner stone for every business to take right decisions for their growth. Today, information is shared across organizations and then correlated to their business matrix for business intelligence. The next wave lies on the development of next generation applications over social and enterprise data together and providing cloud based data services to end-users and enterprises. This new area opens up many challenging research and practical problems from data semantics to conflict resolution to data integration.

This conference is aiming at bringing together researchers and industry practitioners to discuss and exchange their thoughts, latest research results and industry experiences in this area. The conference will focus on the one hand on the novel methods and techniques of sharing / integration of information, data and knowledge and on the other hand on novel applications based on these techniques in different domains


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The following topics are of interest, but not limited to: Data Semantics Data Interoperability Data Federation Ontology alignment and integration Spatio-temporal aspects of data sharing and integration Event based information sharing and integration Data Mash-up techniques Scientific Mash-ups/Interoperation of scientific data Organizational and governance aspects of data sharing and integration Synthesizing multiple knowledge models and networks Integration of Workflow Systems Learning Aspects of Knowledge Integration Data Management as a Service over cloud Context Oriented Information Integration Multi-agent based approaches Application of social network analysis techniques Sharing/integrating in the different application domains, such as •Health, Finance, Retail, Telecom •Location Based Applications •Mobile Computing •Mobile Ad Hoc Collaborative Working Environment •Future internet