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Name:MOVE: Measuring Ontologies in Value-seeking Environments
Description:The interest in sharing the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom (DIKW) continuum has been amplified by the latest multi-scale social changes including but not limited to pandemics, economic crises, climate change, and racial issues. Last year, with fellow researchers from Canada and the UK, we organized the first MOVE workshop as a part of the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW2020) conference. MOVE stands for Measuring Ontologies in Value-seeking Environments. The theme of the MOVE2020 was Computer Supported Cooperative Work for Human Adaptation. Our goal was to raise awareness and bring together a community of scientists and practitioners whose research encompasses data, information, knowledge, and wisdom sharing concepts and methods. The inaugural MOVE workshop has inspired research and discussion on measuring sharing of the DIKW continuum, including through computer-mediated methods, represented by its ontologies. The implied suggestion is that there are ways to improve human adaptation by social technologies that enable rapidly finding solutions for complex global situations. We focused on ontologies as one of the fundamental concepts for knowledge sharing and evaluation. However, our research is not limited to ontologies only. We would welcome any high-quality research relevant for knowledge representations and modelling methods, and knowledge sharing. We, therefore, invite research on: - Ontologies as a medium that enables comparing and measuring the DIKW continuum. - Ontologies and their convergence or divergence with the values that motivate and determine DIKW sharing. - Properties and dynamics of ontologies shared via social technologies in their relation to human adaptation. - Methods for measuring and evaluating DIKW continuum, related social dynamics, and DIKW sharing and exchange in general We are preparing selected MOVE2020 papers for the post-proceedings published in Springer’s Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series. On behalf of the editorial team and MOVE community, we would welcome your paper examining topics from across the MOVE’s scope for submission to be published as an invited paper. All post-proceedings submissions will be single-blind peer-reviewed for originality, significance, rigour, and applicability while recognizing that we are a new workshop building a community. You could find Springer's peer review policy here: Springer's instructions for authors, including the templates (in Latex and Word) are also available: We look forward to your contribution! Sincerely, Rubina & Simon MOVE Co-Chairs
PC Chairs:Neil kemp
Rubina Polovina
Simon Polovina
Conference flow:Abstract Submission: August 31, 2021 23:59 CEST,
Paper Upload: October 31, 2021 23:59 CET,
Bidding for Review: November 8, 2021 23:59 CET,
Assignment of Reviewers: November 5, 2021 23:59 CET,
Review: December 11, 2021 23:59 CET,
Decision: February 1, 2022 23:59 CET,
Final: February 1, 2022 23:59 CET

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