2nd International Workshop on

WEB INTELLIGENCE & VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES (WIVE'10)

to be held at the 11th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PRO-VE'10)
Saint-Étienne, France, October 11-13, 2010

Important Dates:

Extended paper submission deadline: March 30th, 2010 April 11th, 2010
Paper notification : May 15th, 2010 June 12th, 2010
Camera ready paper : June 13th, 2010 June 26th, 2010
Workshop : October 12-13th, 2010
Journal Paper submission deadline : November 15th, 2010 December 15th, 2010
Journal Acceptance notification : February 15th, 2011
Special issue publication : 2011

Link to the previous editions:

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

We are honoured to welcome Anind Dey (Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University) to the WIVE'10 workshop for an invited talk.

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

Academic Session

Virtual Communities usage and study

Technical tools for Virtual Communities

Ambient Intelligence

WIVE Guest Speaker

Industrial session on R & D and prospective

SCOPE OF THE WORKSHOP

Internet is a medium allowing services and information exchange in an open and decentralized environment, notably with numerous applications for virtual enterprises. It concerns enterprise information systems, local, regional and governmental organizations but it also involves more and more common users in the so-called web 2.0. The main stake is to use Internet as a technological support to communication, information exchange, service composition personalisation and access by all and anywhere. In this perspective, some work has been done these last years to combine classical techniques of information management with artificial intelligence technologies thus creating a new research domain called Web Intelligence. Research in Web Intelligence contributes to the development of algorithms, models and tools to handle the social and economic impact of the web usages.

The workshop will provide presentation and discussion opportunities for researchers working on web intelligence applied to collaborative networks, such as virtual enterprises and organizations. The possibilities and consequences of the web usage for collaborative networks are tremendous and new tools are required to satisfy users and service providers. Thus, Web Intelligence brings new research problems related to information and service access, quality of service, personalization, privacy preserving, trust as well as other issues.

The workshop Web Intelligence and Virtual Enterprises (VE) expects contributions on topics such as:

The organization of the Web Intelligence & Virtual Enterprises workshop at PRO-VE'10 is supported by the Web Intelligence project from the French Rhône-Alpes regional cluster ISLE.

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WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

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