TMRA 2006 "Leveraging the Semantics"
Campus Villa Ida
tutorials@TMRA 10, Oct.
TMRA 2006 11-12, Oct.
September 29, 2006
The proceedings of TMRA will be published by Springer in the LNAI series.
September 29, 2006
Topincs is online for collaborative tm-blogging of TMRA 2006.
July 27, 2006
The registration of TMRA 2006 is open. Please be aware of our early bird registration fees due August, 15th.
TMRA - the international conference series on Topic Maps Research and Applications - is a scientific and industrial forum whose main object is
connecting the key players in the Topic Maps community. Here you
will find researchers, users in government and industry, as well
as the vendors, the luminaries, and the standards creators
gathered for an exchange of ideas in a stimulating setting. TMRA
is where new challenges in Topic Maps are identified and open
Topic Maps is a semantic technology designed for the integration
of information and knowledge, and as such it is closely connected
with other information-centric technologies. TMRA is the melting
pot where Topic Maps meets adjacent technologies. Researchers and
application pioneers from related disciplines are explicitly
invited to present their efforts towards the advancement of
semantic technologies. Some examples, from a remarkably
incomplete listing, are: markup languages, data modelling,
artificial intelligence, natural language processing, cognitive
science, philosophy, and software engineering.
Besides the keynotes, presented by Steve Newcomb and Steve Pepper as leading heads of the Topic
Maps community, there are science- and industry-oriented parallel
tracks. Also poster presentations and
demonstrations will be accepted, and the latest ideas from the
community are presented in the more informal open-space sessions.
TMRA features a full day of tutorials prior to the regular conference program. Tutorials@TMRA provides a platform to present and attend high quality lectures and instruction on a variety of topics relevant to the topic mapping field. Tutorial sessions offer participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of topic maps research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop higher skill levels in areas in which they are already knowledgeable.
We are always looking for original, high quality papers with
substantial contributions. The proceedings of TMRA are published
by Springer in the LNAI series as post-proceedings. The
conference language is English. Submission deadline for all
contributions is early summer.
Author: Lutz Maicher. Last update: 07.02.2006
TMRA 2006 is chaired by Lutz Maicher, Lars Marius Garshol and Alexander Sigel. Please see the program committee