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This workshop will concentrate on various aspects of human-centered computing with particular emphasis on semantic methods for knowledge discovery and its further dissemination for increased innovativeness. Rogers and Shoemaker (1971) define innovativeness as “the degree to which an individual is relatively earlier in adopting an innovation than other members of his social system.” Hirschman (1980) extends the concept of innovativeness to two other categories—use innovativeness and vicarious innovativeness. The next generation computing should be about anticipatory users involvement that should be human-centered and based on human-based models.
Two main subjects areas of the workshop are:
The list of workshop topics covers (but is not limited to):
Semantic methods for knowledge discovery:
Semantic methods for knowledge communication: