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WEBSA2004 Call for Papers: Second International Workshop on Web Based Systems and Applications (WEBSA2004)

From: Baowen Xu <bwxu@seu.edu.cn>
Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 21:24:47 +0800
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Second International Workshop on 

Web Based Systems and Applications (WEBSA2004)


in conjunction with 


September 28-30, 2004, Hong Kong


1.     Motivation

The open approaches to develop web-based systems and applications have attracted an increasing attention in both academia and industry. In order to ensure the quality of web-based systems and applications, this workshop will not only focus on models and architectures for web-based systems, but also emphasize the emerging technology in analyzing and testing web-based applications, which will be held together with COMPSAC 2004 (http://rachel.utdallas.edu/compsac/ ).

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on theories, techniques and applications, concerning analysis and/or testing of web-based systems. The complex and large-scale web-based systems require effective methodologies and tools for their analysis, testing, maintenance and evolution.

2.     Scope of the Workshop

The workshop emphasizes on the analysis and testing techniques concerned with the quality of the web-based systems and applications. The program will consist of invited papers, contributed papers and possible working sessions. Topics include, but not limited to:

l  Architecture and Models

- Web Application Models

- Adaptive Web systems

- Semantic Web and Ontology Engineering

- OO Technology and Component-based Web Engineering

l  Methods and Tools

- Security and Accessibility in Web Applications

- Proxy, Search and Cache Techniques

- Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Rough Sets, and Evolutionary Computation

- Lightweight and Web-based Tools

l  Quality Assurance

- Cooperation and Integration

- Web-Based  System Testing and Evolution

- Measurements for Web-Based Software Development     

Original papers on new results in the rapidly emerging area -- web-based systems and their applications especially in analyzing and testing technology are preferred. Papers should indicate the innovative aspects of the results and the contribution to the fields. Papers submitted for publication in a journal or another conference will not be considered.

3.     Important Dates

¡¤        Paper submissions due:                  March 15, 2004

  a.. Notification of acceptance:             May 20, 2004 
  b.. Camera-ready Due:             June 30, 2004 
4.     Submission

All contributed papers will be reviewed following the same schedule and criteria as for the COMPSAC 2004 submissions. The workshop will be open to all COMPSAC attendees interested in these topics.

Papers must be submitted electronically at http://rachel.utdallas.edu/compsac/submit.html. Please read and follow the instructions listed on that page. The format of submitted papers must follow the IEEE conference proceedings guidelines which are available at http://computer.org/author/psguide.htm. Accepted papers will be included in a separate proceedings. Each paper is expected to be no more than four pages. One of the authors of each accepted paper must present the paper at the workshop and have regular registration uniquely identified with the paper, which will cover the following: the admission to all the technical sessions and a copy of the proceedings of COMPSAC 2004 and its workshops, the welcome reception and conference banquet.

5.     Workshop Organizers

Steering Committee Chair

Stephen Yau, Arizona State University, USA, yau@asu.edu

Program Chair

Baowen Xu, Southeast University, China, bwxu@seu.edu.cn

Program Committee

Luca de Alfaro, UC Santa Cruz, USA, luca@soe.ucsc.edu 

Luciano Baresi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, baresi@elet.polimi.it

Roberto Basili, University of Rome ¡±Tor Vergata¡±, Italy, basili@info.uniroma2.it 

Cornelia Boldyreff, University of Lincoln, England, cboldyreff@lincoln.ac.uk

Vadim A. Ermolayev, Zaporozhye State University, Ukraine, eva@zsu.zp.ua

Karl M. Goeschka, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, Karl.Goeschka@tuwien.ac.at

Engin Kirda, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, E.Kirda@infosys.tuwien.ac.at 

Andre Kushniruk, York University, Canada,  andrek@mathstat.yorku.ca

Michel Scholl, CNAM Paris, France, scholl@cnam.fr

Antonio Vallecillo, Universidad de M¡äalaga, Spain, av@lcc.uma.es

Wim Vanderperren, Vrije University Brussels, Belgium, wvdperre@vub.ac.be

Michael Welzl, Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck, Austria, 


Hongji Yang, De Montfort University, England, hyang@dmu.ac.uk       

6.     General Inquiries

For updated information, please refer to http://rachel.utdallas.edu/compsac or contact Professor Baowen Xu ( bwxu@seu.edu.cn ).

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