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First Call for Papers

DEW@JOWO 2017: Debugging and Evaluation Workshop - DEW

To be held as part of the 3rd Joint Ontology Workshops, September 21-23, 2017, Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
(see for the full JOWO program)

The ontology Debugging and Evaluation Workshop (DEW) invites submission of original papers for potential inclusion in DEW 2017.

DEW aims to advance ontology evaluation and the detection, understanding, and correction of errors in ontologies and ontological knowledge bases.

Potential topics include methods, tools, and challenges in ontology debugging and evaluation, as well as quality criteria, metrics, experimental results, and lessons learned.

Submissions may range in emphasis, focusing more on experience or on theory, for example. A diversity of perspectives is also hoped for, including those of ontology (re)users, ontology developers, and those responsible for quality assurance of ontologies incorporated into larger systems.

**Important Dates (tentative)**
Submission deadline: July 17, 2017
Notifications: August 14, 2017

**What to Submit**
Short papers: maximum 6 pages (including references)
Full papers: maximum 14 pages (including references)
Papers must have not been previously published or be under review at another workshop. However, we encourage submissions that present summaries or highlights of work appearing elsewhere in longer form.

**How to Submit**
All papers should be submitted via EasyChair. See the bottom of this announcement for further details.


Rafael Peñaloza
Amanda Vizedom

Program Committee:
Uli Sattler (University of Manchester)
Yevgeny Kazakov (Ulm University)
Carlos Mencía (University of Oviedo)
Francesco Corcoglioniti (Fondazione Bruno Kessler)
(more members to be confirmed)

**Submission Guidelines**

Submitted papers must not exceed 6 or 14 pages (including bibliography, according to the submission type) and must include an abstract of no more than 300 words.

Papers should be submitted in PDF format, non-anonymously, via EasyChair at, specifying DEW as the track.

Papers presented at DEW will be published in a joint JOWO CEUR proceedings volume.

Papers should adhere to IOS Press formatting guidelines. IOS Press offers formatting tools for authors working in MS Word or in LaTeX:

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