Mysore, May 14- Two students from the International School of Information Management (ISiM), University of Mysore — Neeranjan Chitare and Shrestha Rath — presented an academic paper to the prestigious 'World Wide Web: Technology, Standards & Internationalisation Conference 2010' recently held at New Delhi.
The conference held on May 6 and 7 was organised by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) — an international standards body which develops Standards / Best Practices / Recommendations to ensure seamless web access to all. The Vision of W3C is to achieve 'Web for Everyone' and 'Web on Everything.' The W3C India Office was formally launched by the Minister of State for Communication & Information Technology Sachin Pilot in presence of R. Chandrashekhar, Secretary, Department of Information Technology, N. Ravishankar, Jt. Secretary and Swaran Lata, Country Manager, W3C India and Head of the TDIL programme.
Neeranjan Chitare and Shrestha Rath are pursuing their masters course on Information Systems and Management. They had submitted their paper titled, 'Analysing semantic web by principle of rationality (Soar-Based Cognitive Architecture)'. The paper explored the options of analyzing web and semantics using SOAR (State, Operator And Result) principle.
Their paper was selected for the conference by an elite panel and the students were invited to attend the conference. This conference was conducted in association with NASSCOM and MAIT (Manufacturers' Association for Information Technology).
The conference focused on issues such as internationalisation, Web Access through Mobile, Web Architecture, Semantic Web, Human Machine Interface, Web Content Accessibility in Indian Languages and other areas of W3C work.
ISiM is offering a host of academic programmes in collaboration with prestigious Universities in the US and Canada.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore