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Symposium: Credibility Assessment and Information Quality in Government and Business  (Full-day)
Leaders: Jay Nunamaker, Judee Burgoon, Thomas Meservy, and Matthew Jensen

AGENDA

Discovering and gathering information from multiple disparate sources, assessing the quality and credibility of that information, and determining how and when to utilize the information in each stream is one of the most perplexing challenges that governments and businesses face. This symposium explores how governments and businesses can increase the fidelity and use of information streams. Assessing the credibility of information and increasing the quality of information streams is critical in many venues (e.g., law enforcement scenarios, border security, fraud investigations, intelligence gathering, etc.). Novel research involving new methods or insight into information gathering, situational awareness, credibility assessment, application of deception detection technologies, and establishing information quality is appropriate for this symposium.

Relevant Topics (non-exhaustive):

  • Ensuring information quality

  • Systems for credibility assessment

  • Applications of credibility-related technologies

  • Interrogation and interviewing strategies

  • Risk assessment and mitigation in communication technologies

  • Deception and fraud detection

  • Behavioral issues credibility assessment and information quality

  • Cargo, vehicle & human identification, human intent identification

  • Surveillance technology/systems including sensors, UAVs, and thermal imagery

  • Situational awareness

  • Sensor networks

Submission Types

  • Long papers ­ Descriptions of completed research; not to exceed 10 HICSS-formatted pages

  • Short papers ­ Descriptions of research in progress; not to exceed 5 HICSS-formatted pages

All accepted papers will be published in symposium proceedings which will be provided to attendees.

Submission Process
All submissions will be peer-reviewed; thus, all identifying information must be removed prior to submission for a blinded review process. The symposium uses the HICSS guidelines for formatting (http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/hicss_43/authorinstruction.htm).

To submit a paper to the symposium or for any inquiries, please email the submission or any questions to the symposium leaders at symposium@cmi.arizona.edu. Please include ³Credibility Symposium² in the subject line.

Symposium Leaders
Jay Nunamaker: jnunamaker@cmi.arizona.edu
Judee Burgoon: jburgoon@cmi.arizona.edu
Thomas Meservy: tmeservy@memphis.edu
Matthew Jensen: mjensen@cmi.arizona.edu

Important Dates
Submissions Due: July 31st
Acceptance Notifications: September 15th
Camera-ready Submissions: November 15th

Please call attention to this announcement to others who may be interested in participating and/or contributing to the symposium.