ICCS is supported by:

C3RI

NLP

IET

BCS

Pertinent Areas

ICCS 2007's theme is "Conceptual Structures: Knowledge Architectures for Smart Applications". From these architectures, smart applications arise that allow enterprises to share meaning with its interconnected computing resources, and realise transactions that would otherwise remain as lost business opportunities. Conceptual structures and smart applications integrate the creativity of individuals and organisations with the productivity of computers for a meaningful digital future. Areas in which Conceptual Structures are pertinent include, but are not limited to:

KNOWLEDGE ARCHITECTURES

SMART APPLICATIONS: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS

SMART APPLICATIONS: ENTERPRISE, EDUCATION, SOCIETY AND GOVERNMENT

INTERACTION DESIGN, VISUALISATION, CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

ICCS 2007 expects to cover comparisons of methods and representations on the basis of reasoning ability, expressiveness, ease of use, assessing and measuring the quality of conceptual structures, and computational performance. ICCS 2007 expects to address the integration of methodologies, user interfaces, semantic web technologies, knowledge use, reuse, and integration, and business product tools.