The workshop will be one full day in lenght.
Contributions to the workshop can be made in terms of technical papers
or statements of interest addressing different issues of
combinations of contexts and ontologies from
the knowledge representation and reasoning perspective.
Each submitted paper will be reviewed by three
members of the
who are the experts in the area.
The submissions will be evaluated based on their relevance to the workshop,
practical usefulness, originality, technical quality, presentation and scholarship.
Our aim for the workshop is to have extensive discussions and
exchange of experiences as opposed to a more typical mini-conference format.
The workshop will consist of the following four components:
keynote presentations, technical presentations, and general discussion.
An invited talk by Frank Wolter (University of Liverpool, UK),
and an invited talk
by David Robertson (University of Edinburgh, UK) are planned.
Technical Presentations: These will be organized
according to topic areas. There will be long and short paper presentations.
General Discussion: Topics will be chosen according to issues raised during the technical
presentations, and consensus building wrap-up themes.
General discussion and technical presentations are expected
to generate fruitful discussions concerning experiences
made with applying diverse techniques to context and
ontology representation and reasoning tasks.
These discussions will provide the basis for making direct
progress towards achieving the workshop goals.