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CALL: Special Issue on Innovative Applications of WWW

From: Brian Gaines <gaines@cpsc.ucalgary.ca>
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 1996 13:39:55 -0700
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Call for Papers
Special Issue of IJHCS/KA on
Innovative Applications of the World Wide Web

Widespread access to the Internet has led to a new era of distributed
client-server computing. In particular, the introduction of support for forms on
World-Wide Web in late 1993 has provided an easily programmable, cross-platform
graphic user interface that has become widely used in innovative interactive

This special issue focuses on innovative applications that illustrate the use of
the World Wide Web to support highly interactive systems. Submissions should
illustrate the application from a user perspective through a description of the
major interactions with associated screen dumps.

Analyses of the technical and human factors issues involved in the applications
are particularly welcome, as is evaluation of usability and utility.

The deadline for submissions is 30-Apr-96.

Submissions should be in the IJHCS format
(http://ksi.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/IJHCS) and
will follow the standard refereeing process. Interested contributors should
submit six copies of their manuscripts to the following address.

Special Issue on Innovative Applications of the World Wide Web IJHCS Academic
Press Limited 10d St. Edwards Passage, Cambridge CB2 3PJ, UK

or ftp a digital copy of the submission in ps, pdf or Word format to:


Whatever way you submit, send email to the editor, gaines@cpsc.ucalgary.ca,
noting that a submission has been sent.

Dr Brian R Gaines               Knowledge Science Institute
                                University of Calgary
gaines@cpsc.ucalgary.ca         Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4
403-220-5901  Fax:403-284-4707  http://ksi.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/KSI
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