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Semantic MediaWiki Conference (SMWCon) Spring 2014, Montréal, Canada

2014-05-21
2014-05-23
America/Montreal

The Spring 2014 SMWCon will be held May 21-23 in Montréal, Canada. SMWCon is a twice-yearly event for users and developers of Semantic MediaWiki. You can read the conference announcement here.

1. Location

The Spring 2014 SMWCon will be held at Concordia University in Montréal. Montréal is the second-largest city in Canada and the metropolis of the province of Quebec. Rich in culture and history, Montréal has earned itself a reputation as one of the liveliest cities in North America for its festivals during summer time.

The conference is split in two parts:

  • the tutorial day, where experts will teach various topics related to wikis: usage, applications, development, business models

EACL 2012 Workshop on Semantic Analysis in Social Networks

2012-04-23
Europe/Paris

EACL 2012 Workshop on Semantic Analysis in Social Networks
April 23, 2012, Avignon, France

Submission Deadline: Jan 30, 2012

Website: http://www.eecs.uottawa.ca/~diana/eacl2012_social_media_workshop.html

Semantic analysis in social networks (SN) is important for applications such as understanding and enabling social networks, natural language interfaces and human behaviour on the web, e-learning environments, cyber communities and educational or online shared workspaces. These aspects are also important in security, privacy & identity, opinion mining, sentiment analysis, and in the larger area of affective computing.

CfP: EACL 2012 Workshop on Semantic Analysis in Social Networks

2012-01-30
America/Montreal

1. CALL FOR PAPERS

EACL 2012 Workshop on Semantic Analysis in Social Networks
April 23, 2012, Avignon, France

Submission Deadline: Jan 30, 2012

Website: http://www.eecs.uottawa.ca/~diana/eacl2012_social_media_workshop.html

Semantic analysis in social networks (SN) is important for applications such as understanding and enabling social networks, natural language interfaces and human behaviour on the web, e-learning environments, cyber communities and educational or online shared workspaces. These aspects are also important in security, privacy & identity, opinion mining, sentiment analysis, and in the larger area of affective computing.

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