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CFP: International Journal of IT and Web Engineering (IJITWE)

From: Brian Miller <bcm36@georgetown.edu>
Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 16:43:42 -0400
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International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering

Mission of IJITWE:

  The main objective of the International Journal of Information  
Technology and Web Engineering (IJITWE) is to publish refereed papers  
in the area
  covering Information Technology (IT) concepts, tools, methodologies,  
and ethnography, in the contexts of global communication systems and Web
  engineered applications. In accordance with this emphasis on the Web  
and communication systems, the journal publishes papers on IT research  
  practice that support seamless end-to-end information and knowledge  
flow among individuals, teams, and organizations. This end-to-end  
strategy for
  research and practice requires emphasis on integrated research among  
the various steps involved in data/knowledge (structured and  
  capture (manual or automated), classification and clustering,  
storage, analysis, synthesis, dissemination, display, consumption, and  

  The secondary objective is to assist in the evolving and maturing of  
IT-dependent organizations, as well as individuals, in information and
  knowledge based culture and commerce, including e-commerce.

  Coverage of IJITWE:

  Web systems architectures, including distributed, grid computer, and  
communication systems processing
  Web systems engineering design
  Web systems performance engineering studies
  Web user interfaces design, development, and usability engineering  
  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) research and applications in  
web engineered systems
  Mobile, location-aware, and ubiquitous computing
  Ontology and semantic Web studies
  Software agent-based applications
  Integrated user profile, provisioning, and context-based processing
  Security, integrity, privacy and policy issues
  Quality of service and service level agreement issues among  
integrated systems
  Information filtering and display adaptation techniques for wireless  
  Metrics-based performance measurement of IT-based and Web-based  
  Data analytics for business and government organizations
  Integrated heterogeneous and homogeneous workflows and databases  
  and  across organizations and with suppliers and customers
  Case studies validating Web-based IT solutions
  Data and knowledge capture and quality issues
  Data and knowledge validation and verification
  Knowledge structure, classification, and search algorithms or engines
  IT readiness and technology transfer studies
  IT education and training
  Human factors and cultural impact of IT-based systems
  Virtual teams and virtual enterprises: communication, policies,  
operation, creativity, and innovation
  Competitive/intelligent information systems

  Interested authors should consult the journal's manuscript submission
  guidelines at www.igi-global.com/ijitwe.

  All inquiries and submissions should be sent to:
  Dr. Ghazi I. Alkhatib
  at alkhatib@orange.jo and g.alkhatib@asu.edu.jo

Brian Miller
Research Assistant
Department of Computer Science
Georgetown University '11

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