[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-130

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WSPI '05
Second International Workshop on
Philosophy and Informatics

Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on
Philosophy and Informatics
organized by the SIG Philosophy and Informatics
at the Third Conference Professional Knowledge Management
Kaiserslautern (Germany), April 11-13, 2005.

Edited by

Gregor Büchel *
Bertin Klein #
Thomas Roth-Berghofer +

* Fachhochschule Köln, Betzdorfer Str.2, 50679 Köln, Germany
# DFKI GmbH, Postfach 2080, 67608 Kaiserslautern, Germany
+ TU Kaiserslautern / DFKI GmbH, 67663 Kaiserslautern, Germany

Table of Contents

  1. Knowledge Representation and the Embodied Mind: Towards a Philosophy and Technology of Personalized Informatics
    Wolf-Tilo Balke, Klaus Mainzer
  2. Qualities, Quantities, and the Endurant-Perdurant Distinction in Top-Level Ontologies
    Ingvar Johansson
  3. Intensional Logic and Epistemic Independency of Intelligent Database Agents
    Zoran Majkic
  4. Collecting or Classifying?
    Francis Rousseaux, Thomas Bouaziz
  5. Knowledge, Action, and Context: A Process View on Knowledge Management
    Uwe Riss
  6. Modelling Ontology Use for Information Systems
    Roland Kaschek
  7. Semiotics for Ontologies and Knowledge Representation
    Violeta Damjanovic, Dragan Gasevic, Vladan Devedzic
  8. The Influence of Realist Ontology on Technological Projects: The Case of Irish Electronic Voting
    Bruno Zelic, Bernd Carsten Stahl
  9. Epistemological Perspectives on IS-Development - A Consensus Oriented Approach on Conceptual Modeling
    Björn Niehaves, Karsten Klose, Ralf Knackstedt, Jörg Becker
  10. Being Informative
    Patrick Allo
  11. Domain Independent Integrated Multimedia Data Mining is a Frivolous Exercise: Classicism vs. Connectionism Debate Revisited
    Muhammad A. Ahmad, Ankur M. Teredesai
  12. Mapping the Multitude. Categories in Representations
    Ruth Hagengruber
  13. The Philosophy of Information: A Methodological Point of View
    Gian Maria Greco, Gianluca Paronitti, Matteo Turilli, Luciano Floridi

The papers also appeared in the conference proceedings: WM2005: Professional Knowledge Management Experiences and Visions, Klaus-Dieter Althoff, Andreas Dengel, Ralph Bergmann, Markus Nick, and Thomas Roth-Berghofer (Eds.), ISBN 3-00-016020-5, DFKI GmbH, 2005.

submitted by Thomas Roth-Berghofer, April 16, 2005