Friday, May 11, 2007

Friday, May 11, 2007: Weaving the Web

RoomVanHorneShaughnessyBeattyColemanTheatrePetrakNew BrunswickAlbertaCascade
LocationCC2CC2CC2CC2CC1HM2HM2HM2HM2
8:30am to 10:00am
WWW2007 Announcements and Plenary Speaker: Bill Buxton (Microsoft Research/University of Toronto)
Design for the World Narrow Web (Van Horne Ballroom) - details
break         
10:30am to 12 noon
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(Van Horne C)
Web Engineering
1 of 2 (Web Modeling)

Turning Portlets into Services: The Consumer Profile

A Framework for Rapid Integration of Presentation Components

Integrating Value-based Requirement Engineering Models to WebML using VIP Business Modeling Framework
Searching Personal Content (panel)
Moderator:
Yoelle Marek (Google, Israel) - details
Developers Track
Linked Data - details
Industry Talks
Web and Patents - details
Web History Display
Exhibit
Semantic Web
1 of 5 (Applications)

Toward Expressive Syndication on the Web

Exhibit: Light-weight Structured Data Publishing

SPARQ2L: Towards Support For Subgraph Extraction Queries in RDF Databases
Data Mining
3 of 5 (Similarity Search)

A New Suffix Tree Similarity Measure for Document Clustering

Scaling Up All Pairs Similarity Search

Detecting Near-Duplicates for Web Crawling
W3C Track
A Multimodal Web to Expand Universal Access - details
lunch break         
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(cont'd)
Web Engineering
2 of 2 (End-User Perspective and Measurement in Web Engineering)

Towards Effective Browsing of Large Scale Social Annotations

Supporting End-Users in the Creation of Dependable Web Clips

Effort Estimation: How Valuable is it for a Web company to Use a Cross-company Data Set, Compared to Using Its Own Single-company Data Set?
Web Services
1 of 2 (Orchestration and Choreography)

Towards the Theoretical Foundation of Choreography

Introduction and Evaluation of Martlet, a Scientific Workflow Language for Abstracted Parallelisation

Semi-Automated Adaptation of Service Interactions
Semantic Web: Technologies and Applications for the Real-World
(Half-day tutorial) - details
Developers Track
Emerging Web Platforms - details
Web History Display
(cont'd)
Semantic Web
2 of 5 (Similarity and Extraction)

Measuring Semantic Similarity between Words Using Web Search Engines

Using Google Distance to Weight Approximate Ontology Matches

Hierarchical, Perceptron-like Learning for Ontology-Based Information Extraction
Search
5 of 7 (Advertisements and Click Estimates)

Robust Methodologies for Modeling Web Click Distributions

Predicting Clicks: Estimating the Click-Through Rate for New Ads

Dynamics of Bid Optimization in Online Advertisement Auctions
W3C Track
Architectural Integration - details
break         
3:30pm to 5:00pm
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(cont'd)
Security, Privacy, Reliability, and Ethics
1 of 3 (Defending Against Emerging Threats)

Defeating Script Injection Attacks with Browser-Enforced Embedded Policies

Subspace: Secure Cross-Domain Communication for Web Mashups

Exposing Private Information by Timing Web Applications
Web Services
2 of 2 (SLAs and QoS)

Reliable QoS Monitoring Based on Client Feedback

Preference-based Selection of Highly Configurable Web Services

Speeding up Adaptation of Web Service Compositions Using Expiration Times
Semantic Web: Technologies and Applications for the Real-World
(cont'd)
Developers Track
Next Generation Web Servers - details
Web History Display
(cont'd)
Semantic Web
3 of 5 (Query Languages and DBs)

From SPARQL to Rules (and back)

Bridging the Gap Between OWL and Relational Databases

ActiveRDF: Object-Oriented Semantic Web Programming
Search
6 of 7 (Knowledge Discovery)

Compare&Contrast: Using the Web to Discover Comparable Cases for News Stories

Answering Bounded Continuous Search Queries in the World Wide Web

Answering Relationship Queries on the Web
W3C Track
Query, Interchange, and Access with XML! - details
5:00pm to 5:30pm 
Security, Privacy, Reliability, and Ethics
(Defending Against Emerging Threats)(cont'd)

On Anonymizing Query Logs via Token-based Hashing
Web Services
(SLAs and QoS) (cont'd)

DIANE - An Integrated Approach to Automated Service Discovery, Matchmaking and Composition
   
Semantic Web
(Query Languages and DBs) (cont'd)

Explorations in the Use of Semantic Web Technologies for Product Information Management
  
Evening