The Second International Workshop on Web Intelligence and Smart Sensing (IWWISS’15)
will be held in conjunction with the 12th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services (Mobiquitous 2015) in Coimbra, Portugal on 22nd July, 2015.
This workshop aims to exploit the possibilities of combining Web Intelligence and Smart sensing technologies to establish an open information space of Smart Sensing Web and Urban computing.
IWWISS2014 had been held in Saint Etienne, France.
Fahim Kawsar, Bell Laboratories
Title: Quantified Enterprise – Redefining Future Workspace Experience with Network Sensing
Topics of the Workshop
IWWISS’15 is intended to foster the dissemination of research in at least one of the three areas below. Especially interesting will be papers that study the aspects of multidisciplinary topics.
Architectures for sensor data management in smart cities Semantic reasoning in sensor networks
Semantic sensor context management and provenance Ontology Based Sensory Semantic Knowledge
Semantic sensor networks (SSN), semantic sensor web Semantic Modelling and Annotations of Sensor Data Mashup technologies for the Semantic Sensor Web Crowdsourcing
Social Computing Situation-Awareness/Context Streaming Sensor Data Analytics Knowledge discovery
Complex Event Processing (CEP) Agent-based systems, Services, Security
Context aware sensing
Communication Protocols for Smart Sensing
Dependability of Smart Sensing Systems Virtualization of Sensing Systems
Middleware for Smart Sensing
Cloud computing for sensor data processing
Sensor Data Fusion
Sensor Device/Data Interoperability
Smart Sensing Applications
Large Scale Data Collection
Prototypes/Testbeds/Field Studies of Smart Sensing Systems
Performance Evaluations of Smart Sensing Systems, etc.
Combining smart sensing and web intelligence techniques Smart sensing applications for smart cities
Smart sensor networks for water management
Smart sensor networks and applications in transportation Big data for smart sensing applications