Sobolev Institute of Mathematics
Russian Foundation for Basic Research
Association for Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis of the Russian
IIInd All–Russian Conference “Knowledge - Ontology - Theory” (KONT-11)
with international participation
3–5 October, 2011
First Announcement and Call for Papers
The focus of the conference is mathematical methods of data representation, data mining, construction of subject domains theories, Formal Concept Analysis, as well as methods of information extraction from texts in natural language.
Conference topics reflect the main stages of knowledge discovery process:
All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. We also plan to publish selected papers in a special issue of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence.
- Data collection and pre-processing. Measuring. Accumulation of facts. Generation of preliminary description. Creation of empirical hypotheses.
- Discovering of regularities (knowledge) hidden in structured and unstructured data. Machine learning. Pattern recognition. Forecasting. Inductive reasoning (from numerical tables, signals, images, natural language texts, etc.).
- Systematization of knowledge. Knowledge engineering. Generation of subject domain ontologies: technologies, applications.
- Generation of subject domain theories. Formal Concept Analysis. Logical semantics of natural language. Fuzzy logic. Description of basic elements of a theory: axioms, hypotheses, general models, methods of analysis and synthesis.
Conference Program Committee:
Chair: Zhuravlev Y. I., Full Member of the RAS
Co-Chairs: Prof. D. E. Palchunov and Prof. N. G. Zagoruiko
Ablamejko S. V. (Minsk, Belarus)
Cheremisina E. N. (Dubna, Russia)
Fedotov A. M. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Gavrilova T. A. (S.-Petersburg, Russia)
Gladun V. P. (Kiev, Ukraine)
Ganter B. (Dresden, Germany)
Herre H. (Leipzig, Germany)
Kalinichenko L. I. (Moscow, Russia)
Kleschov A. S. (Vladivostok, Russia)
Kolchanov N. A. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Kovalerchuk B. (Seattle, USA)
Kuznetsov S. O. (Moscow, Russia)
Lukashevich N. V. (Moscow, Russia)
Marchuk A. G. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Markov K. (Sofia, Bulgaria)
Samokhvalov K. F. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Sviridenko D. I. (Moscow, Russia)
Stepashko V. S. (Kiev, Ukraine)
Tarasenko Ph. P. (Tomsk, Russia)
Tselishchev V. V. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Vasenin V. A. (Moscow, Russia)
Vasiljev S. N. (Moscow, Russia)
Vityaev E. E. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Wolff K. E. (Darmstadt, Germany)
Zagorulko Yu. A. (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Zelger J. (Innsbruck, Austria)
Palchunov D. E., Chair
Zagoruiko N. G., Chair
Vlasov D. Yu., the scientific secretary
Borisova I. À.
Pavlovsky E. N.
Rjaskin A. N.
Salomatina N. V.
Vasilenko N. M.
Vityaev E. E.
Yakhyaeva G. E.
The conference is planned to consist of plenary and session presentations, and discussions on chosen topics. Working languages are Russian and English.
Sufficient hotels are available in Academgorodok and Novosibirsk.
For registering, please fill and send us the registration form via email email@example.com, with subject “participation”.
Papers (up to 10 p. in PDF format) have to be submitted via email firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject “thesis”.
Abstract submission (papers and presentations): April 30, 2011
Notification of papers acceptance/rejection: July 1, 2011
Conference: October 3 – 5, 2011
The conference fee in the amount of 500 rubles/person (~11 €) should be paid in cash upon arrival at the conference. Students and post-graduate students are exempted from payment.