The 3rd International Conference on Knowledge Generation (KGCM 2009)

Call for Papers/Abstracts and Invited Sessions Proposals for The 3rd
International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Communication and
Management: KGCM 2009 (http://www.2009iiisconferences.org/kgcm). It
will take place in Orlando, Florida, USA, on July 10th – 13th, 2009.

Deadlines:
Papers/Abstracts Submissions and Invited Sessions Proposals: December 19th, 2008
Authors Notifications: January 14th, 2009
Camera-ready, full papers: February 11th, 2009
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MainTopics:

Knowledge Communication
Knowledge
Generation
Knowledge Management
Knowledge
Engineering
Knowledge Representation
Knowledge
Communication and Conferences
Knowledge Verification and Validation
Peer Reviewing
Scientific and Technical Publishing
Electronic Publishing
Electronic Libraries

All Submitted papers/abstracts will go through three reviewing
processes: (1) double-blind (at least three reviewers), (2) non-blind,
and (3) participative peer reviews. All accepted papers of registered
authors will be included in both the printed and the CD versions of
the proceedings.

Awards will be granted to the best paper of those presented at each
session. From these session’s best papers, the best 10%-20% of the
papers presented at the conference will be invited to adapt their
papers for their publication in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics
and Informatics, with no additional cost for their authors.

For Invited Sessions Proposals, please go to the conference web site
or, directly, to http://www.2009iiisconferences.org/KGCM/organizer.asp

KGCM 2009 Organizing Committee

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