Track Internet-Based Computing and Systems (IBCS)


The conference tracks on Internet Based Systems and Applications will focus on emerging and novel concepts, architectures and methodologies for information management. The Internet and the related technologies have created an interconnected world in which information can be exchanged easily, tasks can be processed collaboratively, communities of users with similarly interests can be formed to achieve efficiency and improve performance.


Taking full advantage of these interconnected environments to meet the ever increasing needs of emerging application requires solutions that address new issues and challenges. Novel architectures are being proposed to allow resource sharing and distributed processing of data with increasing complexity. Peer to peer computing, mobile information systems, semantic based applications, and decision support systems are a few examples of these applications and systems. One major objective of SITIS 2010 is to foster exchanges between researchers from developing countries and other researches. All the required information can be found from the attached CFP



The topics of interest of the track include:


Data semantics

  • Multiple Representation
  • Ontologies
  • Conceptual Data Modeling
  • Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
  • Metadata
  • Evolution and Change
  • Web Semantics and Semi Structured Data
  • Semantic Caching
  • Data Warehousing and Semantic
  • Semantics in Data Visualization
  • Semantic Services for Mobile Users
  • Applications of Semantic-Driven Approaches

Information System Interoperability

  • Digital Libraries
  • Semantic Interoperability and Semantic Mediators
  • Ontologies Based Systems
  • Contextual Reasoning in Distributed Ontologies


Web-Centric Systems

  • Semantic Web and Web Service
  • Web Services and Service Computing
  • Semantics of web services Compositions
  • Hypermedia and Adaptation
  • E-Commerce and E-Learning
  • Data Mining Methods and Web
  • Machine Learning

Advanced Information Systems and Applications

  • Spatial Modeling and Geographical Information
    Systems (GIS)
  • GIS and Sustainable Development
  • Environmental GIS
  • GIS and Remote Sensing
  • Urban GIS
  • Spatial, temporal modeling semantics
  • Bioinformatics



Information security

  • Security Modeling and Access Control Protocol
  • Intrusion Avoidance, Detection, and Response
  • Web Security and Supporting Systems Security
  • Denial of Service: Attacks and Countermeasures
  • Intellectual Property Protection
  • Fundamental Services on Network and Distributed Systems
  • Security and Privacy for Emerging Technologies
  • Trust based systems

Multimedia Data

  • Approximate Search Techniques and the Quality of Answers
  • High-Dimensional Clustering for Indexing
  • Query Languages and Query Processing for Multimedia


Emergent semantics

  • Context-Dependent Semantics
  • Contextual Reasoning in Distributed Ontologies
  • Ontologies Based Systems
  • Contextual Reasoning in Distributed Ontologies
  • Context-Dependent Semantics
  • Communication in Multi-Agents Systems
  • Emergent Semantic Interoperability in Large-Scale Systems
  • Emergent Semantics in Content Retrieval Systems

Cooperative information and Distributed Systems

  • Information Sharing
  • Grid Applications
  • Peer To Peer Computing and Applications
  • Knowledge and Semantic Grid
  • Semantics Of Peer Data Management Systems
  • Mobile Information Systems and Computing



Multimedia and application

  • Image and Video Databases
  • Image and Video Indexing and Retrieval
  • Emergent Semantics in Content Retrieval Systems
  • Semantics and Meta Data in Multimedia Systems
  • Content-Based Indexing, Search, and Retrieval of Retrieval
  • Multimedia Data Modeling and Visualization
  • Tools, Benchmarks, Evaluation Protocols and Standards



Program co-chairs:

Richard CHBEIR, University of Burgundy, France
Kokou YETONGNON, University of Burgundy, France