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  • From: Jon.Bosak@eng.Sun.COM (Jon Bosak)
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 19:02:05 -0700

The organizers of the WWW8 Conference have asked me to bring this call
for papers to the attention of the XML community.



  WWW8 - Eighth International Conference on the World Wide Web
  Toronto, May 11-14, 1999


  Web Site:  http://www8.org
  Paper Submission Web Site: http://witanweb.iit.nrc.ca/www8/

  Paper submission deadline:  November 23, 1998
  Author notification:  February 1, 1999
  Paper final version due:  March 1, 1999
  Conference:  May 11-14, 1999

  The WWW8 Conference, sponsored by the International World Wide Web
  Conference Committee (IW3C2) and managed by Foretec Seminars, will
  consist of refereed technical papers, tutorials, workshops, posters,
  a W3C track, and a Developer's Day track.  Technical papers present
  original reports of substantive new work in areas that can be
  theoretical (models, analysis 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 WWW.  Papers will be refereed by an international Program

  The following is a non-exhaustive list of topics of interest:

  WWW Performance
  - Caching
  - Replication
  - Fault tolerance
  - Performance monitoring
  - Benchmarking
  - Multimedia delivery
  - Networking issues

  Browsers and Tools
  - Browsers
  - Authoring tools
  - Web site management tools
  - Application development tools
  - Programming languages

  Hypertext and Hypermedia
  - Metadata:  XML/XSL, RDF, ...
  - Designing documents and sites
  - Hyperdocument visualization
  - Navigation techniques
  - Web models

  User Interfaces
  - Novel interfaces
  - Multimedia interfaces
  - Interfaces for hand-held/mobile devices
  - Virtual Reality on the Web
  - Support for collaborative work
  - Accessibility issues

  Searching, Querying, and Indexing
  - Information retrieval on the web
  - Query mechanisms
  - Web/database system interactions

  Electronic Commerce and Security
  - Web transactions
  - Charging and payment protocols
  - Security

  To submit a paper, go to

  Paper format:

  Papers should be no longer than 20 pages, with the main body set
  in a 12-point font. We will accept papers in HTML (browsable by any of
  the commonly used browsers), PostScript, or PDF formats.

  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
  see URL: www.w3.org/WAI.

  If you wish to be placed on the WWW8 announcements mailing list,
  please send an e-mail message to info@www8.org

 +Conference Co-Chairs:

  Albert Vezza, CNRI
  Robert Cailliau, CERN
  Murray Maloney, Muzmo Communication Inc.

 +Program Committee Chair:
  Alberto Mendelzon, U. of Toronto,

 +Program Committee Vice-chairs:

  User Interfaces
  Ron Baecker, Mark Chignell, U. of Toronto

  WWW Performance
  Fred Douglis, AT&T Labs

  Searching, Querying, and Indexing
  Oren Etzioni, U. of Washington

  Browsers and Tools
  Hannes Marais, Compaq SRC

  Electronic Commerce and Security
  Doug Tygar, UC Berkeley

  Anne-Marie Vercoustre, INRIA

 +Tutorials Chair:
  Richard Binder, Foretec Seminars

 +Workshops Co-Chairs:
  Benay Dara-Abrams, Sholink Corporation
  Richard Binder, Foretec Seminars

 +Developer's Day Program Chair:
  Ian Graham, U. of Toronto

 +Posters Chair:
  Charles Clarke, U. of Toronto

 +Panels Co-Chairs:
  Michael Bieber, NJIT
  Carolyn Watters, Dalhousie Univ.

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