MathWikis 2011 – Workshop on Mathematical Wikis
|Start||27 August 2011 (iCal)|
|End||27 August 2011|
|Papers due:||30th May 2011|
|Notification:||23 June 2011|
|Camera ready due:||11 July 2011|
INVITED SPEAKER: Joe Corneli: The PlanetMath Encyclopedia
BEST CONTRIBUTION/SYSTEM AWARD: 100 EUR (Sponsored by Henk Barendregt)
Mathematics is increasingly becoming a collaborative discipline. The Internet has simplified the distributed development, review, and improvement of large proofs, theories, libraries, and knowledge repositories, also giving rise to all kinds of collaboratively developed mathematical learning resources. Examples include the PlanetMath free encyclopedia, the Polymath collaborative collaborative proof development efforts, and also large collaboratively developed formal libraries. Interactive computer assistance, semantic representation, and linking with other datasets on the Semantic Web are becoming very interesting aspects of collaborative mathematical developments. The ITP 2011 MathWikis workshop aims to bring together developers and major users of mathematical wikis and collaborative and social tools for mathematics.
- wikis and blogs for informal, semantic, semiformal, and formal
- general techniques and tools for online collaborative mathematics;
- tools for collaboratively producing, presenting, publishing, and interacting with online mathematics;
- automation and computer-human interaction aspects of mathematical wikis;
- practical experiences, usability aspects, feasibility studies;
- evaluation of existing tools and experiments;
- requirements, user scenarios and goals.
Researchers interested in participating are invited to submit a short (2-10 pages) abstract via EasyChair. Submissions will be refereed by the program committee, which will select a balanced program of high-quality contributions.
Submissions should be in standard-conforming Postscript or PDF.
To submit a paper, go to the EasyChair MathWikis page (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mathwikis11) and follow the instructions there.
Final versions should be prepared in LaTeX using the easychair.cls class file (http://www.easychair.org/easychair.zip). Proceedings will be published as EasyChair or CEUR Workshop Proceedings.