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Call for participation (ALL CLOSED)

There will be a series of calls for this conference: focusing on research track papers, both full and short, tutorials, interactive exhibits, posters, application track papers and the Grand Challenge programming competition, and details will appear here as they become available.

Important Dates

Event Date
Submission of Research Track Full and Short Papers 22nd January 2004
Notification of Acceptance of Research Track Papers 27th February 2004
Submission of camera-ready copy for Volume 1 31st March 2004
Submission of Application Track Full and Short Papers 16th April 2004
Submission of Posters & Interactive Experiences 16th April 2004
Submission of Workshop and Tutorial Proposals 16th April 2004
Notification of Acceptance of Workshops and Tutorials 21st April 2004
Notification of Acceptance of Posters & Interactive Experiences 23rd April 2004
Notification of Acceptance of Application Track Papers 30th April 2004
Submissions of URLs for Workshops and Tutorials 30th April 2004
Submission of Camera-Ready Copy for Volume 2 14th May 2004
Submission of Doctoral Consortium Papers.
28th May 2004

Subject Indications

For all tracks, submissions are sought covering either fundamental database technologies or applicative technologies to support data, knowledge and information systems. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Data Models and Architectures
  • Data Mining
  • Data Streaming
  • Database Integration and Interoperability
  • Distributed Information Systems
  • E-business and E-commerce
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Grid: Middleware, Applications and Data Management
  • Heterogeneous Systems
  • Hidden Web
  • Information Retrieval
  • Integrity, Constraints and Active Rules
  • Information and Knowledge Management
  • Mobile computing
  • Multi-Agent systems
  • Multimedia, Spatial and Temporal Data
  • New Application Areas and Processes
  • Performance Modelling and Metrics
  • Query and Manipulation Languages
  • Query Processing and Optimisation
  • Security, Privacy and Provenance
  • Semantic Web and Ontologies
  • Semi-structured data, Metadata and XML
  • Transaction Management
  • Ubiquity
  • Uncertainty and Reasoning
  • User Interfaces and Data Visualisation
  • Usability and QoS
  • Workflow Support Systems
Related Information
Call for Research Track Papers CLOSED
Call for Application Track papers CLOSED
Call for Posters & Interactive Experiences CLOSED
Call for Workshops & Tutorials CLOSED
Copyright Form for Volume 2 Proceedings
Call for Doctoral Consortium CLOSED.