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> Subject: [Tmra-newsletter] TMRA 2009 - Call for Contributions
> 
> ****************************
> * TMRA 2009
> * "Linked Topic Maps"
> ****************************
> * 11-13 November 2009
> * Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany
> ****************************
> * http://www.tmra.de/2009/
> ****************************
> * Submission: 15 July 2009
> ****************************
> 
> Call for Contributions
> ===============
> TMRA 2009 will be the fifth event in the annual series of international
> conferences on Topic Maps Research and Applications. TMRA is the
> advanced scientific and industrial forum whose main object is connecting
> the key players in the Topic Maps community. Here you will find
> researchers and 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 2009 will take place in
> the Media Campus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany and will be hosted by the
> Topic Maps Lab.
> 
> Besides the keynotes, presented by leading heads of the Topic Maps
> community, the conference schedule covers parallel science- and
> industry-oriented tracks, poster and demonstration sessions. The latest
> ideas from the community are discussed in the open-space sessions.
> 
> “Linked Topic Maps” – The Motto of TMRA 2009
> ===================================
> A web of globally linked topic maps is behind the Vision of a Topic Maps
> World that Graham Moore presented at the Topic Maps Norway 2009
> conference in Oslo this spring. Linked Topic Maps is the first step on
> the way to global federated knowledge exchange. It’s about PSIs
> connecting different topics in different topic maps together. It’s about
> using protocols like SDShare, and the exchange of Topic Maps fragments.
> Linked Topic Maps will enable crawlers to walk through a globally
> interlinked web of topic maps.
> 
> The social graph and geo-spatial information globally link topic maps
> across all domains. And why not linking topic maps with real world
> objects, stepping into the web of things? And what about walking through
> topic maps in augmented realities, to link the real life experience with
> the web of data?
> 
> But Linked Topic Maps is also about the semantic integration of
> heterogeneous sources of structured and unstructured data, based on the
> integration model provided by Topic Maps. To meet the challenge of
> exploiting the merging facilities at global scale advanced approaches
> are needed.
> 
> The goal of the TMRA 2009 conference is bringing together all the ideas,
> concepts and implementations which will help to make true the vision of
> a web of linked topic maps for global knowledge federation.
> 
> Contribute a paper, presentation or poster to TMRA 2009
> ========================================
> You are invited to contribute a full or short paper, a presentation, a
> demonstration, or a poster to TMRA 2009 under the following main topics:
> 
> * Linked Topic Maps
> * Standards related Topic Maps research
> * Theoretic Topic Maps research
> * Applied Topic Maps research
> * Topic Maps applications domains
> 
> Contribute to the Open-Space Sessions
> ===========================
> In addition to the presentation track, TMRA 2009 provides slots and
> locations for open-space sessions. You are highly encouraged to
> contribute to the open-space sessions!
> Contribute to the Tutorials [at] TMRA 2009
> 
> Tutorials [at] TMRA 2009 will take place on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 prior
> to the regular TMRA 2009 program. The purpose of the tutorial program is
> to provide participants with lectures and instructions, on either well
> established or new cutting-edge topics, relevant to the topic mapping
> field. Tutorials [at] TMRA is the opportunity to teach your advanced
> technology to an interested audience. If you are interested in teaching
> your cutting edge technology to an interested audience, please submit
> your tutorial proposal.
> 
> Your submission
> ===========
> We invite original, high quality submissions with substantial
> contributions to the objectives of TMRA 2008, published here. In 2008
> the TMRA proceedings will appear in the LIV series, published by the
> University of Leipzig. The conference language is English. All
> submission details are given in the Submission Guidelines at the
> conference website.
> 
> Submission Deadline
> ==============
> The submission deadline is 15 July 2009.
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