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Second International Workshop on
Semantic Web and Databases
29 August 2004

SWDB 2004

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Component Models for Semantic Web Applications (e.g., J2EE, .NET)
Distributed Object-based architectures for the Semantic Web
Agent-based architectures for the Semantic Web
Scalability, Extensibility and Robustness of Semantic Web Applications
Algebras for Model and Ontology Management, the Ontology/Model lifecycle
Creation, Maintenance and Versioning of Annotations, Metadata and Mappings
Tools (including visual tools) for creating Semantic Web Components (e.g., ontologies, mappings, views, etc.)
Workflow Systems, Web Services and Quality of Service contracts
Support for Negotiation and Trust
Security for the Semantic Web
Conceptual clustering and statistical approaches
Social Networks and Consensus Analysis approaches
Information Analysis accuracy of Semantic Web Applications (e.g., precision, recall, false positives, etc.)
Ontologies, Conceptual Models, Taxonomies
Semantic Composition of Web Services
View Definition and Transformations (e.g., Global/Local as View)
Query Algebras for combined data and metadata queries
Semantics-based query relaxation techniques, Loss of Information
Logic Based (centralized and distributed) Inferences
Intensional Query Answering
Semantic Web applications (prototypes, pilots, deployed) based on XML and various variants
Web Services based applications (prototypes, pilots, deployed) based on WSDL, SOAP, UDDI, ebXML and other related standards
Semantics-based Enterprise Application and Data Integration
Semantic Web and Geographical Information Systems
Semantic Web and Bio-Informatics
Return on Investment for Semantic Web Applications
Sustainable Business Models for Semantic Web Applications

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