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Manolis Wallacewallace@uop.grGreecehttp://gav.uop.gr/docs/keystonebookidea.txtOnly able to undertake this as part of a team
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Preben Hansenpreben@dsv.su.seSwedenSome previous COST project have published in a specific dedicated Springer LNCS series. One I toook part in took about 6 months. However, they have a backside. they are very expensive. There may be other ways of doing this. Anyway, I would like to be involved in any way we go. I would say that we need to decide if we want to have a book that is like a projekt report as Manolis idea or a COST book that is more focused on "research contributions". Perhaps we first need to decide what kind of book we want to deleiver to the community.Only able to undertake this as part of a team
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Catarina Ferreira Da Silva
catarina.ferreira@univ-lyon1.fr
FranceI agree with the content plan proposed by Manolis WallaceOnly able to undertake this as part of a team
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Sérgio Matosaleixomatos@ua.ptPortugalI prefer the idea of invited chapters dealing with different aspects related to the action. I expect that some chapters would originate from works in IKC, and would like to see chapters from action participants in collaboration with experts outside the action (in addition to the expected collaborations within the action)Only able to undertake this as part of a team
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Mihai Lupu
mihai.lupu@tuwien.ac.at
Austriajust finished another edited book with Springer. Took 3 years. Going for an edited book as LNCS is not feasible by the end of the project. I like Manolis's idea of a self-published e-book. EasyChair has a pretty decent tool to generate proceedings, which can be used to generate a full book, including table of contents and preface/postface and what not.
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Sergio Ilarrisilarri@unizar.esSpainI think it would be interesting to prepare a book with chapters provided by members of the COST Action. The chapters should of course be related to the topics of the Action and collaborative chapters between different countries participating in the Action could be prioritized. The contributed book chapters could be cross-reviewed by other contributors, in order to improve the contributions. I think that it would be interesting to at least assign an ISBN to the book, if involving a "good" publisher is not possible due to time constraints and requirements. In a previous Spanish research network, much more limited than Keystone and not international at all, a book following this spirit was published by Birkhäuser ("Issues in Multi-Agent Systems - The AgentCities.ES Experience", http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-7643-8543-9), which is linked to Springer. This is not applicable in this case, but probably a similar thing could be found. Just an idea!
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Omar Boucelma
omar.boucelma@univ-amu.fr
France
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Gilles Falquet
gilles.falquet@unige.ch
SwitzerlandIn another COST action we published an "open source" handbook (in PDF, EPUB, Mobi) with Ubiquity Press: http://www.ubiquitypress.com/site/books/10.5334/bax/ . I think it's an efficient way to publicize our work.
As for the content, I prefer "research contributions" to "action report". I'm not sure we are already in a position to publish a "Handbook of Semantic keyword search ..." but it can be an "Advances in semantic keyword search ...", with contributions coming the IKCs, the STSM results, or specifically written for this book (in particular state of the art chapters).
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Elena Demidovademidova@L3S.deGermanyIf we go for a research-oriented book, I would be interested to contribute.
Regarding publisher selection, we should also keep in mind the visibility of the result.
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Mauro Dragonidragoni@fbk.euItalyOverall, I agree with the proposal of Manolis. Maybe, I would not limit the book content to the collection of experiences, but it would be interesting to collect extended versions of the most relevant contributions presented at KEYSTONE conferences and also "papers" provided by the tutors on the topics they presented at the summer schools (that is a more research perspective as suggested by Preben). Concerning publications, I already worked with Springer concerning proceedings publications. Obviously, we will need to split editorial work. I am available to contribute.
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Laura Polaura.po@unimore.itItalyI agree with the proposal of Manolis and Mauro. I think my contribution could be in the parts of the book regarding the KEYSTONE summer schools and conferencesOnly able to undertake this as part of a team
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