In addition to short and long papers (see below), we also solicit extended abstracts (1-2 pages) covering topical areas of research (either in knowledge graphs, e-commerce or both) that are appropriate for the workshop. Authors of selected abstracts will be invited for oral presentations.
Short and long papers are solicited for the following set of non-exhaustive topics:
Theory, Algorithms and Methods:
•Knowledge graph construction e.g., constructing KGs from structured, semi-structured and
natural language data
• Novel definitions and theories regarding KGs , especially taking into account attributes and
features commonly found in enterprise settings, including customers, products and
spatiotemporal dependencies in KGs.
•Querying and infrastructure of KG-centric architectures and applications
•Effective use of public KGs
•Foundational proposals for content models that combine statistical and symbolic
•Novel embedding algorithms , especially for large-scale KGs
•Statistical learning methods and algorithms for working with noisy KGs
•Data quality assessment for large-scale enterprise KGs
• Web search
• Question answering
• Data Mining
• User interfaces and visualization
•Instance matching/Entity resolution
•Knowledge graph embeddings
• Knowledge graph completion
Experiments, Systems and Data
•Novel datasets , especially datasets acquired through, or useful for evaluating, hybrid KG
construction approaches utilizing a combination of structured, semi-structured and natural
•Novel methodologies , concerning both evaluations and data curation/collection
•Experimental results using existing methods, including negative results of interest
•Systems issues in KG-centric systems , including best practices, case studies, lessons
learned, and feature descriptions
Vision, Opinion and Position Papers
We will also accept a small number of vision, opinion and position papers that provide discussions on challenges and roadmaps (for KG-centric systems, applications and emerging models for e-commerce and product data).
Submissions are limited to a total of eight (8) pages, including all content and references, and must be in PDF format and formatted according to the new Standard ACM Conference Proceedings Template. For LaTeX users: unzip acmart.zip, make, and use sample-sigconf.tex as a template.
Additional information about formatting and style files is available online at: https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template.
Papers that do not meet the formatting requirements will be rejected without review.
The accepted papers will be published online and will not be considered archival. Select papers may be invited to a special journal issue on e-commerce and knowledge graphs. Proceedings will be available for download after the conference.
We are using the EasyChair system for submissions. Please submit your paper using this link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=kge1
Please email any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org