Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Wednesday, May 9, 2007: The Global Web

RoomVanHorneShaughnessyBeattyColemanTheatrePetrakNew BrunswickAlbertaCascade
LocationCC2CC2CC2CC2CC1HM2HM2HM2HM2
8:30am to 10:00am
WWW2007 Opening Ceremonies and Plenary Speaker: Tim Berners-Lee (MIT/W3C)
The Two Magics of Web Science (Van Horne Ballroom) - details
break         
10:30am to 12 noon
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(Van Horne C)
Web History Track
Pioneers of the Web and E-Commerce - details
Technology for Developing Regions
1 of 2 (Communication in Developing Regions)

Connecting the Bottom of the Pyramid: An Exploratory Case Study of India's Rural Communication Environment

Communication as Information-Seeking: The Case for Mobile Social Software for Developing Regions

Optimal Audio-Visual Representations for Illiterate Users of Computers
Web Science (panel)
Moderator:
Phillip Hallam-Baker (Verisign) - details
 
Web History Display
Exhibit
XML and Web Data
1 of 2 (Querying and Transforming XML)

Multiway SLCA-based Keyword Search in XML Data

Visibly Pushdown Automata for Streaming XML

Mapping-Driven XML Transformation
Search
1 of 7 (Search Potpourri)

Navigation-Aided Retrieval

Efficient Search Engine Measurements

Efficient Search in Large Textual Collections with Redundancy
W3C Track
Making Mobile Web Browsing Better - details
lunch break         
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(cont'd)
Web History Track
(cont'd)
Web Delivery Models for Developing Regions (panel)
Moderator:
Amit Nanavati (IBM India) - details
Semantic Digital Libraries
(Half-day tutorial) - details
Industry Talks
Search and Data - details
Web History Display
(cont'd)
Browsers and User Interfaces
1 of 2 (Personalization)

Homepage Live: Automatic Block Tracing for Web Personalization

Open User Profiles for Adaptive News Systems: Help or Harm?

Investigating Behavioral Variability in Web Search
Search
2 of 7 (Crawlers)

The Discoverability of the Web

Combining Classifiers to Identify Online Databases

An Adaptive Crawler for Locating Hidden-Web Entry Points
W3C Track
Rich Web Applications - details
break         
3:30pm to 5:00pm
Sponsor Exhibition Hall
(cont'd)
Web History Track
(cont'd)
Technology for Developing Regions
2 of 2 (Networking Issues in the Web)

Identifying and Discriminating Between Web and Peer-to-Peer Traffic in the Network Core

Long Distance Wireless Mesh Network Planning: Problem Formulation and Solution

Is High-Quality VoD Feasible using P2P Swarming?
Semantic Digital Libraries
(cont'd)
 
Web History Display
(cont'd)
Browsers and User Interfaces
2 of 2 (Smarter Browsing)

CSurf: A Context-Driven Non-Visual Web-Browser

GeoTracker: Geospatial and Temporal RSS Navigation

Learning Information Intent via Observation
Search
3 of 7 (Web Graphs)

Random Web Crawls

Extraction and Classification of Dense Communities in the Web

Web Projections: Learning from Contextual Subgraphs of the Web
W3C Track
The Future of the Web Page - details
Evening
WWW2007 Welcome Reception
(Van Horne Ballroom and Foyer, 6:00pm to 8:00pm)