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[InetBib] 2nd Call for Papers: Special Issue on Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS)
- Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2014 13:58:16 +0000
- From: "Mayr-Schlegel, Philipp" <Philipp.Mayr-Schlegel@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] 2nd Call for Papers: Special Issue on Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS)
2nd Call for Papers: Special Issue on Networked Knowledge Organization Systems
To be published in the International Journal on Digital Libraries
Paper Submission deadline: January 12, 2015
First notification: March 31, 2015
Revision submission: May 31, 2015
Second notification: July 31, 2015
Final version submission: September 1, 2015
It would be helpful for planning the review process if authors would indicate
by December, 19th if they plan to submit a paper. Please provide a working
title and 2-3 sentences paper outline! Please send to philipp.mayr@xxxxxxxxx
- Philipp Mayr, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany
- Douglas Tudhope, Hypermedia Research Unit, Faculty of Computing, Engineering
and Science, University of South Wales, UK
- Xia Lin, College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel
University,Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
- Stella Dextre Clarke, Information Consultant and Chair, ISKO UK, Luke House,
- Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, Kent State
University, Ohio, USA
Description & Objectives
Since 1998, NKOS as a community has been concerned with discussion of the
different ways knowledge organization systems (KOS), such as classification
systems, thesauri, gazetteers, and ontologies, can act as networked interactive
information services that support the description and retrieval of diverse
information resources through the Internet. KOS model the underlying semantic
structure of a domain for information retrieval purposes. Embodied as Web-based
services, they can facilitate resource discovery and retrieval. They act as
semantic road maps and make possible a common orientation by indexers and
future users (whether human or machine).
Today, KOS play a crucial role in digital information management and
applications generally. Carrying semantics in a well-controlled and documented
way, KOS serve a variety of important functions: tools for representation and
indexing of information and documents, knowledge-based support to information
searchers, semantic road maps to domains and disciplines, communication tool by
providing conceptual framework, and conceptual basis for knowledge based
systems, e.g. automated classification systems.
NKOS workshops (http://nkos.slis.kent.edu/) have focused discussion (amongst
other topics) on early drafts of BSI and ISO KOS standards, the W3C SKOS
standard, the interface between traditional Library Science vocabularies and
Semantic Web efforts, KOS linked data, mapping and linking between
vocabularies, meaningful concept display and visualization, KOS-based user
interfaces and user evaluation, social tagging and its relation to established
vocabularies, KOS metadata and the different types of KOS.
This focused issue arises from topics covered by the NKOS workshop series but
invites submissions from all researchers in the general area. All submissions
within the broad NKOS/KOS scope are welcome; the special issue calls for papers
by KOS researchers and developers from different perspectives, such as KOS
design and construction, API and service developers, retrieval-support
implementations, user-oriented issues, management of KOS in registries, etc.
This special issue will solicit high quality papers that demonstrate
exceptional achievements on KOS, including but not limited to:
* Mapping between KOS Linked Data vocabularies
* Meaningful Concept Display and Meaningful Visualization of KOS
* Applications of KOS systems in relation to 'Big data'
* KOS-based recommender systems for suggestion of meaningful
* KOS in e-Research metadata contexts - intersection between
research data, KOS and the Semantic Web.
* Management and integration of multiple vocabulary types
* SKOS extensions
* Social tagging. The role of social tagging and informal knowledge
structures versus established KOS.
* Users' interaction with KOS in the online environment.
* Quality issues in web-based KOS. Issues concerning large metadata
sets. Version management.
* KOS and learning. The requirement for using KOS effectively to
convey meaning, to assist users expressing their information needs, and to
facilitate in sense making and learning.
* Multilingual and Interdisciplinary KOS applications and tools.
Papers submitted to this special issue for possible publication must be
original and must not be under consideration for publication in any other
journal or conference. Previously published or accepted conference papers must
contain at least 30% new material to be considered for the special issue. All
papers are to be submitted by referring to http://www.springer.com/799. At the
beginning of the submission, under "Article Type", please select the
appropriate special issue. All manuscripts must be prepared according to the
journal publication guidelines which can also be found on the website provided
above or here <https://www.editorialmanager.com/ijdl/>. Papers will be reviewed
following the journal standard review process.
Please address inquiries to philipp.mayr@xxxxxxxxxx
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