NSWO 2016 will be entirely devoted to two new standards in the realm of applied ontology: the second revision of Common Logic and the new Distributed Ontology, Model, and Specification Language, DOL.
NSWO will provide tutorials introducing syntax and semantics of both Common Logic and DOL. We will be discussing a number of modelling and interoperability problems that can be addressed with these standards, analyse the mostly complementary relationship between Common Logic and DOL, and demonstrate available tools.
NSWO also invites contributed papers studying either technical aspects of DOL/CL, or presenting use-cases involving in a central way Common Logic and/or DOL.
NSWO is part of the second edition of the Joint Ontology Workshops (JOWO-16) combining five exciting ontology-centered workshops at FOIS-16.
JOWO-16 is supported by the International Association for Ontology and its Applications - IAOA. It features a series of (shared) invited talks, paper presentations, and discussions spread across five full-day workshops and tutorials.
PROCEEDINGS: The proceedings of JOWO 2016 have been published at CEUR-WS as Volume 1660.
IMPORTANT DATES (All JOWO Workshops)
Submission (abstracts): May 3, 2016
Submission (full papers): May 9, 2016
Notification: May 30, 2016
Submissions and reviewsShort papers: max. 6 pages
Full research papers: max. 14 pages
All submissions should be formatted according to the template provided for FOIS 2016 (link).
Each contribution will be peer-reviewed. We welcome researchers from all career stages to participate, work in progress (short papers) are also welcome. Papers must be original and not submitted to or accepted by any other workshop, conference or journal. All accepted papers will be published as part of the JOWO 2016 Joint Proceedings in the CEUR Workshop Series CEUR-WS: http://ceur-ws.org/.