IEEE SKG2006 Proceedings

The acceptance rate of regular research paper is 18%.

กก

Traffic Information Download

กก

SKG2006 Tentative Program Download

กก

SKG 2006 Accepted Papers

กก

Conference Photonew

The Internet and World Wide Web are milestone of information sharing. IT professionals are in the critical historical stage of creating the new brilliance -- a new interconnection environment. Semantics and knowledge are the basis of this environment. The International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid (SKG) is the unique cross-area international forum on semantic computing, knowledge networking, and grid computing.

The 2nd International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid (SKG2006) is to bring together researchers and practitioners in areas of knowledge and intelligence, semantics, and grid computing to share their visions, research achievements and solutions to real applications, to resolve the challenge issues and to establish worldwide cooperative research and development. SKG2006 will be held in Guilin, a city with natural beauty and historical treasures, located in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China.

Themes (include but not limited to)

  • Semantics and Semantic Grid
    Semantic Normalization
    Semantic Interoperability
    Semantic Visualization and modeling
    Semantic Web Mining
    Semantic Brokering
    Semantic Searching and Querying
    Semantic-based Interface
    Automatic Semantic Annotation
    Semantic Web Services
    Theory and Model of Semantic Grid
  • Knowledge and Knowledge Grid
    Semantic Knowledge Portals
    Web Knowledge Discovery
    Representation and Reasoning
    Theory and Model of Knowledge Grid
    Large-Scale Distributed Knowledge Management
    Ontology
    Information/ Knowledge/ Service Integration
    Knowledge Flow
    Internet-based Knowledge Engineering and Software Engineering
  • Advanced Networking Model
    Complex Network and Resource Management
    Resource Management Model in Grid, Internet-based Multi-agent Systems
    Nature-Inspired Computing
    Autonomous Computing
    Internet-based Intelligent Applications
    P2P Computing
    Grid Computing
    Self-Organized Intelligence
    Service-oriented Computing
    Mobile Grid
  • Systems, Tools and Applications
    Semantic-based Virtual Organizations
    e-Science
    e-Business
    e-Learning
    e-Government
    Sensor networks and the grid
  • e-Culture or e-HASS(Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences)
    Applications in Humanities
    Applications in Arts
    Applications in Social Sciences