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First CFP for ADVIS'2006, Fourth Biennial International Conference on Advances in Information Systems

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ADVIS 2006
Fourth Biennial International Conference on
Advances in Information Systems
18-20 October, 2006
Izmir, Turkey

"To the memory of Professor Dr. Esen OZKARAHAN"
This is the fourth conference to be held to honor the late Professor
Esen Ozkarahan (19401999) and his outstanding contributions to
databases and information systems and it draws on the success of ADVIS
2000, ADVIS 2002, and ADVIS 2004 that was held in a beautiful Aegean
city of Izmir that is in close proximity to many archeological sites.

Information Systems are rapidly evolving and involve a broad range of
technologies such as IS development, Databases, Workflow management,
Information Retrieval, Networks, Decision Support, Knowledge Discovery,
and others. ADVIS 2006 aims at bringing together researchers in
different fields of Information Systems who have a common interest in
interdisciplina ry research. The Conference will provide a forum for the
presentation and exchange of current research results, original IS
applications as well as bridging research and development in various
fields of Information Systems.

Papers presenting original research results and original
implementations in the topics of interest listed below are solicited.
We strongly encourage submission of papers bridging the research in
different fields and promoting mutual exchange and understanding of
cross-field research results.

Topics of interest for the conference are:

* Information Systems (IS) Development and Management
* Advanced Programming Paradigms for IS
* IS Tools and Environments
* Ergonomics of Information Systems
* Web Information Systems
* Multimedia IS
* Information Retrieval
* Digital Libraries
* Cooperative Information Systems
* Workflow Management Systems
* New Applications of IS Technology
* Information Privacy and Security
* Data Models and Database Design
* Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases
* Temporal and Spatial Databases
* Constraint Databases
* Impreciness and Uncertainty in Data Bases
* Data Warehousing and Warehouse DBMS
* Parallel and Distributed Data Processing
* Data Mining, Text Mining, and Knowledge Discovery
* Knowledge Bases and Expert Systems
* Intellectual Databases and IS
* Computer Aided Decision Making
* Intelligent Interfaces of IS
* Multi-Agent Technology
* Ontologies and Semantic Web
* Web Information Filtering
* Web Services


Honorary Chair
Irem Ozkarahan, Dokuz Eylul Univ., Turkey

Program Committee Chair
Tatyana Yakhno, Dokuz Eylul Univ., Turkey

Program Committee Secretary
Emine Ekin, Dokuz Eylul Univ., Turkey

Program Committee

Sibel Adali, USA
Adil Alpkocak, Turkey
Farhad Arbab, Netherlands
Frederic Benhamou, France
Fazli Can, Turkey
Yalcin Cebi, Turkey
Paolo Ciaccia, Italy
Mehmet E. Dalkilic, Turkey
Dursun Delen, USA
Oguz Dikenelli, Turkey
Nadia Erdogan, Turkey
Maria Ganzha, Poland
Fabio Grandi, Italy
Ugur Gudukbay, Turkey
Cuneyt Guzelis, Turkey
Malcolm Heywood, Canada
Alp Kut, Turkey
Brian Mayoh, Denmark
Eric Monfroy, France
Erich Neuhold, Germany
Selmin Nurcan, France
Irem Ozkarahan, Turkey
Gultekin Ozsoyoglu, USA
Marcin Paprzycki, Poland
Dana Petcu, Romania
Ilias Petronias, UK
Malcolm Rigg, UK
Albrecht Schmidt, Denmark
Mike Shepherd, Canada
Ahmad T. Al-Taani, Jordan
Ozgur Ulusoy, Turkey
Irina Virbitskaite, Russia
Carolyn Watters, Canada
Adnan Yazici, Turkey
Nur Zincir-Heywood, Canada

Proceedings of the previous ADVIS conferences were published by
Springer in LNCS (Vol.1909, Vol. 2457, Vol. 3261, respectively).
Proceedings of ADVIS 2006 is planned to be published by Springer in
LNCS series. Authors are invited to submit research and application
papers, not exceeding 5000 words (10 pages) representing original,
previously unpublished work. Authors must submit papers only in LATEX
in the LNCS format (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html)
using the on-line paper submission or by e-mail to the following

ad***@deu.edu.t r

All manuscripts will be reviewed by three members of the program
committee based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and
clarity of exposition.


The conference will be held in Izmir, a major city located in the West
Coast of Turkey. Izmir is in close proximity to well known ancient
historical sites such as Ephesus, Bergama as well as vacation resorts
such as Kusadasi, Cesme, and Foca.

Conference will be organized in Dokuz Eylul University Convention


Mail Address : ADVIS'2006
Dokuz Eylul University
Dept. of Computer Engineering
Bornova 35100
E-Mail : ad***@deu.edu.t r
WWW : http://web.deu.edu.tr/advis
Phone : +90 (232) 373 60 40 - 388 03 73
Fax : +90 (232) 388 77 70


April 1, 2006 : Submission deadline of full papers
June 1, 2006 : Notification of acceptance (by e-mail)
July 1, 2006 : Camera ready copies
October 18-20, 2006 : Conference dates
* Professor Ozkarahan was one of the pioneers of database machine
research as well as the founder of database systems research in Turkey.
Moreover, his studies centered on database machines to which he made
significant contributions. Professor Ozkarahan is well known for his
pioneering work on the RAP (Relational Associative Processor) database
machine. He designed RAP to provide hardware implementations of
relational databases. RAP includes all the relational algebra
operations, and an implicit form of the semi join operation that later
became the cornerstone of query optimization in relational databases.
Everyone who had the pleasure of knowing Esen Ozkarahan and working
with him will always remember his great vision, eminent achievements,
and generous friendship.

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