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Hi all,

A kind reminder of the upcoming deadline for Modeling Social Media
2012 workshop.  Papers are due March 31.

Thanks.

Alvin


On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 7:01 PM, Alvin Chin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Please consider submitting a paper to the Modeling Social Media 2012
> workshop, co-located with Hypertext 2012 conference.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Alvin
> MSM 2012 Workshop Co-chair
>
>
>           ** Please forward to anyone who might be interested **
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                             CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>            3rd International Workshop on Modeling Social Media
>                                (MSM'2012)
>                 *Collective Intelligence in Social Media*
>               http://www.kde.cs.uni-kassel.de/ws/msm2012/
>
>                       June 25, 2012, Milwaukee, USA
>                    co-located with ACM Hypertext 2012
>
>                *** Submission Deadline: March 31, 2012 ***
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> In our first workshop on Modeling Social Media (MSM 2010 in Toronto,
> Canada), we explored various different models of social media ranging
> from user modeling, hypertext models, software engineering models,
> sociological models and framework models.  In our second workshop (MSM
> 2011 in Boston, USA), we addressed the user interface aspects of
> modeling social media.
> In this workshop, we will look at collective intelligence in social
> media, that is, looking at how we can make sense of the content and
> context from social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+
> and Foursquare by analyzing tweets, tags, blog posts, likes, posts and
> checkins, in order to create new knowledge and semantic meaning.
>
> GOALS AND AUDIENCE
> ==================
> The workshop aims to attract and discuss various aspects of collective
> intelligence in social media which involve frameworks for collecting
> appropriate data and collecting enough amount of data, mining the data
> from different social media and context (e.g., from mobile phones),
> creating models for inferring collective intelligence, and evaluating
> the framework to determine the accuracy of the gathered collective
> intelligence. We want to bring together researchers and practitioners
> with diverse backgrounds interested in 1) exploring different
> perspectives and approaches to modeling complex social media phenomena
> and systems through collective intelligence, 2) the different purposes
> and applications that can be created from collective intelligence of
> social media, and 3) issues of integrating and validating collective
> intelligence of social media.
>
>
> TOPICS OF INTEREST
> ==================
> Topics may include, but are not limited to:
> * new modeling techniques and frameworks for representing collective
> intelligence in social media
> * mining techniques for social media to extract collective intelligence
> * algorithms for inferring semantics, meaning and creating collective
> intelligence from social media
> * applications for collecting and displaying collective knowledge from
> social media
> * applications for using collective intelligence including recommendations
> * privacy and security issues in creating collective intelligence from
> social media
> * creating business intelligence from social media
> * (Dynamic) social media monitoring for collective intelligence
> * how social networks can be used to mine and create collective intelligence
> * individual and group behavior in social media and social networks
> * social networks for the collaboration of large communities
> * evaluating the collective intelligence to determine the accuracy and
> relevance to users
>
>
> WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS
> ===================
> * Alvin Chin, Nokia Research Center, Beijing, China
> * Martin Atzmueller, University of Kassel, Germany
> * Denis Helic, Graz University of Technology, Austria
>
>
> PROGRAM COMMITTEE
> =================
> * Markus Strohmaier, Graz University of Technology, Austria
> * Marc Smith, ConnectedAction, USA
> * Ido Guy, IBM Research, Israel
> * Gerd Stumme, University of Kassel, Germany
> * Andreas Hotho, University of Würzburg, Germany
> * Wai-Tat Fu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
> * Thomas Kannampallil, University of Texas, USA
> * Daniel Gayo-Avello, University of Oviedo, Spain
> * Pranam Kolari, Yahoo! Research, USA
> * Ed Chi, Google, USA
> * Zhiyong Yu, Institut Telecom Sud de Paris, France
> * Else Nygren, Uppsala University, USA
>
>
> SUBMISSIONS AND STYLE
> =====================
> Submissions: We solicit short position papers (1-2 pages) and
> peer-reviewed research papers (4-8 pages) in the ACM conference paper
> style. Information about the submission system will be released on the
> workshop website soon.
>
> Proceedings: We intend to publish proceedings in ACM Digital Library
> and include them on the conference memory stick.
>
>
> IMPORTANT DATES
> ===============
> * Submission Deadline: March 31, 2012
> * Notification of Acceptance: April 10, 2012
> * Final Papers Due: April 23, 2012
> * Workshop date: June 25, 2012

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