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    Paper submission deadline:       November 22, 1999
    Author Notification:       February 1, 2000
    Final paper due:       March 1, 2000

Technical papers will be refereed by an International Program Committee, and the proceedings published by Elsevier Science B.V.  Submitted papers should present original reports of substantive new work in areas that can be theoretical (models, analyses, techniques, semantics), empirical (experiments, case studies), or implementation-oriented (new systems, tools, methodologies, user interfaces).  Papers should properly place the work within the field, cite related work, and clearly indicate the innovative aspects of the work and its contribution to the development of the World Wide Web.  Best Paper and Best Presentation awards will be presented at the conference.

THE FOLLOWING IS A NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF TOPICS OF INTEREST:

  • HYPERTEXT AND HYPERMEDIA
  • USER INTERFACES AND INTERACTIONS
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
  • MARKUP LANGUAGES AND STYLE SHEETS
  • SCRIPTING LANGUAGES AND TECHNIQUES
  • BEYOND JAVA
  • AGENT TECHNOLOGIES
  • LINKING ARCHITECTURES
  • WEB NAVIGATION STRATEGIES
  • SEARCH AND INDEXING TECHNIQUES
  • INFORMATION MINING
  • DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT
  • METADATA FOR THE WEB
  • ADDING CONTEXT, ANNOTATION, AND CONTENT PROFILING
  • MULTIMEDIA AND STREAMING MEDIA ON THE WEB
  • SITE MANAGEMENT
  • AUTHORING SYSTEMS
  • ACCESS DEVICES
  • MOBILE ACCESS
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS
  • COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS
  • ADAPTIVE LEARNING SYSTEMS
  • BROWSER, PROXY, AND WEB SERVER TECHNOLOGIES
  • BEYOND HTTP
  • SUPPORTING HIGH-BANDWIDTH BACKBONES
  • WEB CHARACTERIZATION
  • ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
  • SECURITY AND PRIVACY
  • WEB APPLICATIONS, PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE
  • DISASTER RECOVERY

To submit a paper, go to http://papers.www9.org:8027/

All paper submissions must be submitted in html format.  Please incorporate the following style sheet paper submission guideline into the <head> of your documents' source code.  Special formating codes will be removed from all papers unless there is a dire need for them.  Excessive layout styling is not necessary.

The following is a list of tracks and their relevant topics of interest:

Practice and Experience

- All of the Topics of Interest are potentially relevant to the Practice and Experience Track.  The P&E track seeks presentations on provocative experiences and solutions people have found while developing, deploying and using Web technologies.  What hot ideas have you implemented?  What challenges did you surmount?  What are the next steps?  This track will present people's actual experiences in the real world.

Content and Coding
  1. Multimedia (in general)
  2. Multimedia Learning
  3. Hypertext Issues
  4. Searching and Querying
  5. RDF
  6. Collaboration
  7. Metadata

Hypermedia
  1. Open Hypermedia Systems
  2. Navigation
  3. Linking
  4. Visualization of Structures
  5. Hypermedia Models and Frameworks
  6. Hypermedia Design Methodologies
  7. Adaptive Hypermedia
  8. Discovering and Generating Structure
  9. Authoring Tools
  10. Multimedia (including synchronization issues and audiovisual media types)

Performance

- Although papers dealing with many of the topics on the "Topics of Interest" list may be suitable for submission to the "Performance" track, a high percentage of papers in the following three areas are likely to focus on Web performance issues:
  1. Browser, Proxy, and Web Server Technologies
  2. Supporting High-Bandwidth Backbones
  3. Web Characterization

Browsers and Tools
  1. Browser, Proxy, and Web Server Technologies
  2. Information Mining
  3. Document Management
  4. Site Management
  5. Scripting Languages and Techniques
  6. Agent Technologies
  7. Authoring Systems

Applications and UI
  1. Web Engineering
  2. Multimodal and Multi-Device Browsers
  3. Visualization of Web Structures
  4. Innovative Web Applications
  5. Programmable Navigation Support
  6. Typing and Re-Use for webs (Web-Sites)

Languages and Standards
  1. Programming Languages
  2. Markup Languages and Style Sheets
  3. Scripting Languages and Techniques
  4. Beyond Java (provided we're talking about *languages* that are beyond Java)
  5. Metadata for the Web
  6. Document Management
  7. Adding Context, Annotation, and Content Profiling
  8. Authoring Systems
  9. Web Navigation Strategies
  10. Linking Architectures
  11. Web Applications, Practice and Experience

EC and Security
  1. Electronic Commerce
  2. Security and Privacy

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A note on accessibility issues:

  • Whenever appropriate, authors are encouraged to comment on accessibility as it relates to their paper. 
  • Are the technologies, standards or practices you are discussing accessible to individuals who use alternative display or control systems (e.g., people who have disabilities)?
  • For more information please see http://www.w3.org/WAI/


    The International World Wide Web Conferences are events of the International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2), and are managed by Foretec Seminars, Inc.


  • Updated: October 21, 1999