||[ E-CFP ] OAIR2013 - 10th International Conference in the RIAO series
||27 Nov 2012
||10 Dec 2012
||22 May 2013
OAIR - Open research Areas in Information Retrieval
10th International Conference in the RIAO series
22 to 24 of May 2013
Submissions are invited to present recent, original and unpublished
research addressing the OAIR 2013 theme: Searching the Web of People and
the Web of Data.
Full papers: 8 pages (all papers are ACM format)
Short papers: 4 pages
Application demos: 2 pages
Paper submission deadline December 10, 2012
Notification to authors February 4, 2013
Camera-Ready copies due February 17, 2013
The conference proceedings will be available to conference attendees and
will be publish in the ACM Digital Library. All submissions must be in
Papers must be submitted electronically using the following link:
This conference calls for papers describing recent research in
Information Retrieval concerning the integration between a Web of Data
and a Web of People, to transform pure data into information, and
information into usable knowledge.
Submissions may address one or more of the following subjects, but are
not limited to:
Adapting search to Users
Advertising and ad targeting
Aggregation of Results
Community and Context Aware Search
Community-based Filtering and Recommender Systems
Community-based IR Theory
Community-oriented Content Representation
Evaluation of Social IR
Improving Web via Social Media
Including Crowdsourcing in Search
Merging Heterogeneous Web Data
Modeling the web of people
Personal semantics search
Query log analysis
Personal semantics search
Search over Social Networks
Social Multimedia and Multimodal IR
Social Topic detection
Structuring Unstructured Data
System Architectures for Social IR
User Interfaces and Interactive IR
We welcome submissions from both research and industrial communities
addressing the main conference theme.
Submissions are double-blind and will be reviewed by at least three
program committee members.
Submissions must contain no information identifying the author(s) or
their organization(s): Do not put the author(s) names or affiliation(s).
The submissions will be evaluated on the basis of originality,
relevance, technical quality, and presentation. Papers can be submitted
as full papers, short papers and demo papers. Full papers are
appropriate for describing substantial research with relevant
evaluation. Short papers may describe ongoing research and preliminary
results. All accepted papers in both categories will be published in
the conference proceedings.
Full papers must not exceed 8 pages, short papers must not exceed 4
pages and demo papers must not exceed 2 pages including the abstract.
Submissions should be in PDF. Papers exceeding the limits will be
rejected without review.
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