REFEREED PAPERS TRACK
WWW2004 seeks original papers describing research
in all areas of the web. Papers should not have been published or be
in submission at another conference or journal. Topics (descriptions
can be found under the Areas) include but are not limited to:
Accepted papers will appear in the conference
proceedings published by the Association for Computing Machinery
(ACM), will be contained on the Conference CD, and will also be
accessible to the general public via http://www2004.org/ . Authors are not
required to transfer copyright. Authors of accepted papers must sign
and return a Permission and Release form. The official language of
the conference is English.
Camera-ready papers must be submitted
electronically by March 1, 2004 both in PDF and XHTML, and must be
formatted using the ACM proceedings format with Letter size paper.
Submission Printing/Submission Instructions for all details on
preparing and submitting your final version.
Inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.
ACM, as Publisher of the Refereed Paper Track
Proceedings, will secure copyright ownership of the proceedings
itself (i.e., the collection of the papers, but not the individual
papers). ACM will supply its own ISBN (International Standard Book
Number) and will register the Proceedings with the United States
Library of Congress, for the purpose of formally recording ACM's
copyright of the collection.
Authors of the refereed papers accepted for the
WWW2004 proceedings retain ownership of their copyrights. As such,
the authors are entitled to re-submit their papers to other
publishers, post their papers on web sites of their choosing,
negotiate re-use arrangements with other publishers, and enjoy all
of the other rights normally belonging to holders of copyright.
Authors of accepted papers must sign and return a
copy of the ACM/WWW Permission and Release Form, which can be
downloaded and mailed according to the instructions in the Final
Submission Printing/Submission Instructions.
Forms must be received by March 1,