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[dbjapan] FW: [Tmra-newsletter] TMRA 2010 - Information wants to be a topic map


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> * Newsletter TMRA - Call for Contributions
> * TMRA 2010 - "Information wants to be a topic map"
> * Leipzig, Germany,
> *
> * tutorials [at] TMRA – 29 September 2010
> * TMRA 2010 – 30 September - 1 October 2010
> * http://www.tmra.de/2010/
> * Official hashtag: #tmra
> 
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> CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
> Deadline: 15 June 2010
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> 
> TMRA 2010 will be the sixth 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 2010 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. To
> get an impression of the conference we recommend you to have a look at
> the videos of the TMRA 2009 conference.
> 
> “Information wants to be a topic map” – The motto of TMRA 2010
> 
> With Linked Topic Maps the motto of the TMRA 2009 conference was about
> spinning a global web of interchangeable and linkable topic maps. Linked
> Topic Maps was about the lightweight semantic integration of
> heterogeneous sources of structured and unstructured data, based on the
> integration model provided by Topic Maps. With the Topic Maps 2010
> conference in Oslo the first applications of linked topic maps in
> industry emerged.
> 
> Within the last year the stack of freely available Topic Maps software
> grew considerably. The technology is ready for the next level of scale.
> But scalability needs data. It was Kal Ahemd who coined at the TMRA 2009
> conference: “Information wants to be free. Information wants to be a
> topic map.”
> 
> With the TMRA 2010 conference we want to explore the various approaches
> to make Topic Maps based data available. There is a wide range of means
> for producing these maps: starting with generic Topic Maps editors, over
> web portals and domain specific desktop applications, to advanced
> approaches of exposing data sources as virtual topic maps. And how does
> fit this in the picture of the Linked Data web.
> 
> Besides the general techniques and methods of making Topic Maps data
> available and usable the handling of very large topic maps is of vital
> interest. How to use databases with several terabyte in a Topic Maps
> environment, how to synchronise such a data volume with the underlying data
> sources once it is updated.
> 
> Consequently new data sources generate new applications. Which new kind
> applications are possible and already implemented? Do these application
> require now data sources which are not available in the Topic Maps world
> today? Generally, all kinds of applications are in interest – the
> scaling, web based ones and the applications on the enterprise level.
> They all have one in common: they all need information which behaves as
> topic maps.
> 
> The goal of the TMRA 2010 conference is bringing together all the ideas,
> concepts and implementations which will help to make information
> accessible and usable in a Topic Mappish way. The paradigm of the TMRA
> 2010 conference is: Everything which behaves like a topic map is a topic
> map, irrespectively of its origin. It’s all about paving the way for
> global knowledge federation.
> Contribute a paper, presentation or poster to TMRA 2010
> 
> You are invited to contribute a full or short paper, a presentation, or
> a poster to TMRA 2010 under the following main topics:
> 
> * Information as Topic Map
> * 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 2010 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 2010
> 
> Tutorials [at] TMRA 2010 will take place on Wednesday, 29 September 2010
> prior to the regular TMRA 2010 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 2010, published here. In 2010,
> 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.
> 
> The submission deadline for all contributions is June 15, 2010.
> 
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> ______________________________________________
> 
> Dr. Lutz Maicher
> Sprecher des Topic Maps Labs
> Abteilung Automatische Sprachverarbeitung
> Institut für Informatik | Universität Leipzig
> Johannisgasse 26 | Raum 00-05 | 04103 Leipzig
> 
> phone: 0049 - 341 - 97 - 32205
> fax:   0049 - 341 - 97 - 32299
> mail:  maicher [at] informatik.uni-leipzig.de
> http://www.topicmapslab.de/people/Lutz_Maicher
> 
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>     TMRA - International Conferences on
>     Topic Maps Research and Applications
> 
>     TMRA 2010
>     29.Sep - 01.Oct 2010, Leipzig, Germany
> 
>     http://www.tmra.de/2010/
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