The WWW is now a familiar channel for information dissemination and gathering among people from all walks of life.
The sheer variety and amount of information that may be obtained are staggering. Academics and researchers use this avenue to publish their research and to satisfy their quest for knowledge. Students are discovering and tapping vast amounts of information never dreamed of before.
Team workers utilise the Web for remote collaboration. Many corporations with
business sense have established a Web presence to exploit the technology. The consumer has benefited through access to large amounts of dynamic data which enables comparison-shopping.
Hence, the ubiquitous Web has become somewhat indispensable for many and for various reasons. Herein lies the challenges for researchers, developers and
content-providers to improve the Web to satisfy these needs.
The aim of this conference is to provide an international forum for researchers, professionals, and industrial
practitioners to share their knowledge in the rapidly growing area of Web technologies.
We invite submissions that address both fundamental issues of Web data management and issues related to the development and
management of Web-based applications. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- Deep/Hidden Web
- Mobile Web Information Systems
- Semantic Web
- Web Agents
- Web Change Monitoring and Management
- Web Commerce
- Web Data Model
- Web Information Retrieval
- Web Intelligence
- Web Metrics
- Web Mining
- Web Ontologies
- Web Performance
- Web Query Languages
- Web Security
- Web Tools & Languages
- Web Transactions
- Web Visualization
- Web Warehousing
- XML and Semi-structured data
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Authors are invited to submit an abstract of about 150 words through the Conference submission page.
Full papers (in postscript, or pdf format) should also be submitted through
this home page. At this stage of paper submission, we will not impose any specific paper format/style. Final papers will be limited to 10 US letter pages and will need to conform to IEEE Press templates. Each full paper should include a cover page with the title,
authors, mailing and electronic addresses, phone, fax number, contact author,
conference title and subject area(s) and listed in the order of the author's
preference. Authors should certify that their papers represent original work
and is previously unpublished.
To submit your paper, please click here.