学会員メーリングリストアーカイブ (2008年)

[dbjapan] Fwd: [Tmra-newsletter] TMRA 2008 Announcement


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2008.10.15-17日、ドイツのライプチヒで開催される
TMRA (Topic Maps Research and Applications) 2008 のお知らせを転送させていただ きます。

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>* Newsletter TMRA - January 2008
>* TMRA 2008 - "Subject-centric Computing"
>* Leipzig, Germany,
>*
>* tutorials [at] TMRA 〓 15 October 2008
>* TMRA 2008 〓 16-17 October 2008
>* http://www.tmra.de/2008/
>----------------------------------------- >
>
>Dear friends and supporters of TMRA,
>
>we are proud to announce, that TMRA 2008, the fourth international
>conference on Topic Maps research and applications, will take place on
>16-17 October 2008. Following the tradition of the last years, the
>conference venue will be the media campus in Leipzig, Germany. TMRA 2008
>will be preceded by tutorials [at] TMRA 2008, a full day of in-depth
>tutorials, on 15 October 2008. Please mark these dates in your diaries.
>
>The motto of TMRA 2008 is "Subject-centric Computing". Read more about
>the motto below. We invite several kinds of contributions, such as full
>and short papers, presentations, posters, demonstrations and tutorials,
>from both, science and industry. The deadline for all submissions is 30
>May 2008.
>
>The success of the conferences mainly depends on the input from the
>community. We cordially invite you to present your work at TMRA 2008 and
>to make TMRA 2008 more visible. Below some ideas are given, how you can
>help to campaign TMRA 2008 and Topic Mapping.
>
>The website of TMRA 2008 has a URL quite simple to remember:
>www.tmra.de/2008/
>
>Greetings from Leipzig
>Lutz Maicher
>
>“Subject-centric Computing” 〓 the motto of TMRA 2008 >====================================================
>
>As Peter Brown emphasised in his closing keynote in 2007, traditional
>information organization is focused on documents, folders, and files,
>which are all 18th century terms. Topic Maps, on the other hand, are
>subject-centric, in the sense that they organize information by what it
>is about. Users, however, typically think and act in a subject-centric
>way. They don't look for certain document or folder, but for information
>about a particular subject that they are interested in. Shifting the
>information architecture to a subject-centric perspective, means
>changing the way software and interfaces are designed. Subject-centric
>computing is based on the appropriate handling of subject identity,
>which is the mechanism for deciding whether or not two different objects
>represent the same subject. Identity-aware subject-centric computing
>empowers a new level of interactivity between systems at global scale.
>The goal of TMRA 2008 is nothing less than the break-through of
>subject-centric computing. The latest version of the call for
>contributions is available at [1]. The deadline for all submissions is
>30 May 2008.
>
>[1] http://www.tmra.de/2008/TMRA2008_call_for_papers.html
>
>Your help for TMRA 2008
>=======================
>If you want to help to campaign TMRA 2008 and Topic Mapping, please add
>an TMRA 2008 announcement to your blog or at your website.
>
>Furthermore, please forward this newsletter to friends and colleagues
>who might be interested in Topic Mapping and TMRA 2008. If you motivate
>them to subscribe to this newsletter, they will always be informed about
>the latest TMRA news.
>
>There is a printed conference leaflet available [2]. If you have the
>opportunity to deliver some leaflets, or if you want to have some
>printed material about TMRA 2008 at hand, please send a short request by
>email to us (lutz.maicher [at] tmra.de). We will send you the requested
>number of copies to your address for free.
>
>[2] http://www.tmra.de/2008/brochure/TMRA2008_leaflet.pdf
>
>
>TMRA 2008 SPONSORSHIP
>=====================
>
>For providing a stimulating setting for TMRA 2008 the organization team
>depends on sponsorships. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of
>TMRA, please contact Lutz.Maicher [at] tmra.de for detailed information.
>
>-------------------------------------------------------------
>The TMRA Team hopes to keep you informed with our newsletters. If you
>have any questions, ideas, etc. concerning TMRA, we are looking forward
>to your email: info [at] tmra.de
>
>--
>======================================
>TMRA - International Conferences on
>Topic Maps Research and Applications
>
>TMRA 2008 "Subject-centric Computing"
>15-17 October 2008, Leipzig, Germany
>======================================
>*        http://www.tmra.de         *
>======================================
>
>Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Inf. Lutz Maicher
>
>phone: +49-341-97/32 303 fax: +49-341-97/32 299
>email: tmra [at] informatik.uni-leipzig.de
>
>TMRA - Organization (Lutz Maicher)
>c/o Zentrum f〓r Informations-, Wissens- und Dienstleistungsmanagement e.V.
>University of Leipzig Johannisgasse 26
>D-04103 Leipzig (Germany)
>
>
>======================================
>TMRA 2007 - "Scaling Topic Maps"
>TMRA 2006 - "Leveraging the Semantic of Topic Maps"
>TMRA 2005 - "Charting the Topic Maps Research and Applications Landscape"
>======================================
>
>
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