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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   Extended Deadline CFP Special Issue on Knowledge Management and Collaboration
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Email:   nada.matta_(on)_utt.fr
Date received:   25 Aug 2011
Deadline:   30 Sep 2011

The deadline of the CFP of the sepcial Issue on Knowledge Management and Collaboration is extended to 30th September. Call for Papers Knowledge Management Research & Practice: Special Issue on Knowledge Management and Collaboration This Special Issue stems from a workshop on "Knowledge Management and Collaboration" that took place on 24th May 2011, as part of the 2011 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2011), IEEE/ACM International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA http://cts2011.cisedu.info/. Description SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES Knowledge Management (KM) has been occupying, at least since the beginning of the nineties, an increasingly important place within organizations. The necessity to manage both explicit and tacit knowledge created and used in organizations has increased rapidly in recent years. Organizations have become aware of the importance of the invaluable capital owned by their members which corresponds to their experiences and accumulated knowledge about the firm's activities. Maintaining this capital is a powerful means to improve the level of economic performance of an organization. Thus, companies should invest in knowledge management projects in order to amplify the creation, the sharing and the transfer of explicit and tacit knowledge. Several techniques can be considered to develop and implement knowledge management and organizational memory systems, according to the type of organization, its needs, and its culture as well as the nature of knowledge to be capitalized. For example, knowledge-based approaches, corporate semantic web, case-based reasoning (CBR)-based approaches, ontology based approaches, agent-based approaches, etc. The objective of this Special Issue is to gather contributions from both researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and organizational aspects of knowledge management, feedback of KM applications, especially using collaboration techniques for KM and employing KM to increase effective collaboration. Researchers and practitioners are invited to propose recent advances in methodologies, models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss experiences of successful or unsuccessful knowledge management projects enhancing collaboration. Papers are welcomed in any research area concerning knowledge management and discovery such as knowledge engineering, artificial intelligence, information systems, and the knowledge economy. Target applications of this research and real world practice case studies include the following: automobile, biology, design, education, medicine, telecommunications, aeronautics and space, tourism, finance, public administration, social, etc. Topics (include but are not limited to):  Methodologies and Tools for Knowledge Management ? Knowledge Management Systems & Applications  Knowledge Representation and Ontology ? Knowledge Sharing and Exchange  Knowledge Acquisition and Evolution ? Uncertainty and Vagueness in Knowledge Modeling  Retrieval and Delivery of Knowledge ? Human-knowledge Interaction  Knowledge Integration ? Knowledge Authoring & Knowledge Markup Languages ? Agent-based Approaches to Knowledge Management  KM for Collaboration and Decision Support ? Knowledge Management Maturity Models  Case-based Reasoning for KM ? Large-scale Distributed Reasoning  Corporate Memories for KM ? Communities of Practice  Collective and Collaborative Intelligence ? Social and Human Factors in KM  Knowledge Management and Social Computing ? KM in Web2.0 and the Semantic Web  Knowledge Visualization ? Knowledge and Business Process Modeling  Evaluation and Measurement of Required Knowledge ? Provenance, Reliability and Trust in KM  Inter-Organizational Collaborative KM ? KM in Collaborative Software Development IMPORTANT DATES Publication: KMRP Volume 10, issue 4, December 2012 Paper Submissions: 30st September 2011 Acceptance Notification: 31st December 2011 Second round (if needed): 30th April 2012 Final version due: 30th June 2012 Editors in chief Nada Matta, University of Technology of Troyes (ICD/Tech-CICO), France Inès Saad, Amiens School of Management, MIS Laboratory (UPJV), France Editorial Board Jean-Paul Barthès, UTC - Compiègne, France Ansgar Bernardi, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany Frada Burstein, Monash University, Australia Jessica Chen-Burger, University of Edinburgh, UK Samuel K.W. Chu, University of Hong Kong, China John S. Edwards, Aston University, UK Faïez Gargouri, ISIM Institute, Tunisia Michel Grundstein, University of Paris Dauphine, France Dimitris Karagiannis, University of Vienna, Austria Gilles Kassel, University of Picardie Jules Verne, France Richard M. Keller, NASA Ames Research Center, USA Eunika Mercier-Laurent, University Lyon 2, IFIP, France Susu Nousala, The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia Daniel O'Leary, University of Southern California, USA Nicolas Prat, ESSEC Business School, France Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux, University of Paris Dauphine, France David G. Schwartz, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Carla Simone, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy Waleed Smari, Agnik, USA Hilda Tellioglu, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Eric Tsui, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China Takahira Yamaguchi, Keio University, Japan PAPER SUBMISSION Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished research works on the above or other topics related to knowledge management and collaboration. Submitted papers must not have been published or simultaneously submitted elsewhere. Papers should be submitted online in either PDF or Ms Word format at http://www.theorsociety.com (Please indicate that your paper is intended for this Special Issue) and must comply with the KMRP Instructions to Authors at: http://www.palgrave-journals.com/kmrp/author_instructions.html - especially the requirement that author names should not appear anywhere in the manuscript file that is submitted. A separate file must be submitted containing authors' names, affiliation addresses, fax numbers, phone numbers, and email addresses, and brief biographies for use if the paper is published. Normal KMRP reviewing procedures and standards will apply. All papers will be double-blind reviewed by at least two reviewers. Papers will be selected for publication based on their originality, relevance, technical clarity and presentation. The KMRP web site is http://www.palgrave-journals.com/kmrp The guest editors-chief Nada Matta (nada.matta_(at)_utt.fr) and Inès Saad (ines.saad_(at)_u-picardie.fr) will be happy to answer any questions. -------------------------------------------------------- Nada Matta Directrice GIS 3SGS (Securite, Surete et surveillance de Grands Systemes) UTT 12 rue Marie Curie BP. 2060 1010 Troyes Cedex Tel: (+33) (0)3 25 75 97 18 Mobile: (+33) (0)6 07 34 03 89 http://tech-cico.utt.fr/fr/membres/matta.html http://techcico.utt.fr/en/members/matta.html ---------------------------------------------------------- Le 30/06/2011 20:27, matta a écrit : > Call for Papers > Knowledge Management Research & Practice: > Special Issue on Knowledge Management and Collaboration > > IMPORTANT DATES > Publication: KMRP Volume 10, issue 4, December 2012 > Paper Submissions: 31st August 2011 > Acceptance Notification: 31st December 2011 > Second round (if needed): 30th April 2012 > Final version due: 30th June 2012 > > This Special Issue stems from a workshop on "Knowledge Management and > Collaboration" that took place on 24th May 2011, as part of the 2011 > International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS > 2011), IEEE/ACM International Conference on Collaboration Technologies > and Systems, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA http://cts2011.cisedu.info/. > Description > SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES > Knowledge Management (KM) has been occupying, at least since the > beginning of the nineties, an increasingly important place within > organizations. The necessity to manage both explicit and tacit knowledge > created and used in organizations has increased rapidly in recent years. > Organizations have become aware of the importance of the invaluable > capital owned by their members which corresponds to their experiences > and accumulated knowledge about the firm's activities. Maintaining this > capital is a powerful means to improve the level of economic performance > of an organization. Thus, companies should invest in knowledge > management projects in order to amplify the creation, the sharing and > the transfer of explicit and tacit knowledge. Several techniques can be > considered to develop and implement knowledge management and > organizational memory systems, according to the type of organization, > its needs, and its culture as well as the nature of knowledge to be > capitalized. For example, knowledge-based approaches, corporate semantic > web, case-based reasoning (CBR)-based approaches, ontology based > approaches, agent-based approaches, etc. > The objective of this Special Issue is to gather contributions from both > researchers and practitioners to discuss methodological, technical and > organizational aspects of knowledge management, feedback of KM > applications, especially using collaboration techniques for KM and > employing KM to increase effective collaboration. Researchers and > practitioners are invited to propose recent advances in methodologies, > models and tools for managing knowledge in organizations and to discuss > experiences of successful or unsuccessful knowledge management projects > enhancing collaboration. Papers are welcomed in any research area > concerning knowledge management and discovery such as knowledge > engineering, artificial intelligence, information systems, and the > knowledge economy. Target applications of this research and real world > practice case studies include the following: automobile, biology, > design, education, medicine, telecommunications, aeronautics and space, > tourism, finance, public administration, social, etc. > Topics (include but are not limited to): >  > Methodologies and Tools for Knowledge Management
 

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