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|CALL FOR PAPERS                                                |
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|New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 2003   |
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|Special issue on                                                       |
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|Hypermedia beyond the Desktop                                  |
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NRHM is a refereed annual journal covering research on practical and 
theoretical developments in hypermedia, interactive multimedia and related 
technologies. Issues (normally 8-10 papers) review and explore one or two 
topical themes from diverse perspectives.

The main theme for NRHM 2003 is Hypermedia beyond the Desktop, encompassing 
all aspects of hypermedia on new platforms and in new environments beyond 
the traditional desktop computer. We are also continuing the open topic 
sub-theme for high quality papers meeting NRHM's scope in general (see 
http://www.comp.glam.ac.uk/~NRHM/).

NRHM has recently been acquired by Taylor & Francis (www.tandf.co.uk) and 
NRHM 2003 will be the first issue under the new publishers. The issue will 
also be the first to appear in both print and digital formats. We are 
particularly interested in exploring possibilities for the digital medium, 
for example digital video clips illustrating environments, data or 
interfaces discussed in the paper. Authors are encouraged to contact the 
Editor regarding other proposals for related digital material.

Authors are invited to submit original unpublished papers electronically to 
the Guest Editor at the e-mail address below. There is no explicit 
restriction on length but authors who wish to submit a long article should 
contact the Guest Editor prior to submission. In addition to full papers 
we   will also consider smaller Technical Notes of max 3500 words - 
typically reporting on a technical achievement or implementation in an 
early state of research. Open theme submissions should be submitted 
electronically to the NRHM Editor at e-mail address below.

Initial submissions for reviewing can be sent in PDF, Postscript, RTF or 
HTML following any conventional readable document format.


!!  Submission deadline: October 20th, 2003
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!!  Acceptance notification: December 8th, 2003
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!!  Final manuscripts due: January 12th, 2004.


Hypermedia beyond the desktop
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Hypermedia has for many years been dealing with purely electronic documents 
and structures via traditional WIMP interfaces for desktop computers. The 
Hypermedia and Web research communities have provided many achievements for 
this traditional platform. But many new types of platforms and environments 
are emerging, for which hypermedia concepts also hold much potential. One 
example of such a new platform is digital paper or electronic ink 
technologies, where we may transfer hypermedia structuring and 
functionality to physical paper. Another example is mobile hypermedia on 
cell phones, PDAs, and TabletPCs. Here hypermedia applications can take 
advantage of the context in term of place, time and the user's profile to 
deliver relevant information and to contextualize annotations and links 
created by the mobile user. A final example is augmented or mixed reality 
environments, where physical material may be integrated in hypermedia 
systems by taking advantage of radio-based or visual tagging technologies.

These and other examples of new forms of hypermedia are emerging within the 
hypermedia field but the new developments are also taking place in related 
fields like augmented reality, pervasive computing, mobile computing, HCI. 
With this issue we would like to encourage a cross-fertilization between 
hypermedia and relevant fields to explore new forms of hypermedia. We would 
like to encourage technical, theoretical and empirical contributions within 
the subject area.

The following list of suggested topics illustrates the scope of the issue 
but is not intended to be exhaustive:

- Hypermedia in digital paper and electronic ink

- Augmented and mixed reality hypermedia

- Context aware and location-based hypermedia

- Mobile hypermedia

- Ubiquitous and pervasive hypermedia architectures, e.g. peer-to-peer 
architectures

- New user interfaces for hypermedia, e.g. tangible, gestural, auditory 
interfaces

Please contact the Guest Editor if you have any questions on the scope of 
the call or require further information.


Guest editor:  Kaj Grønbæk, University of Aarhus, Denmark - 
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NRHM Editor Douglas Tudhope - [log in to unmask]

Associate Editor Daniel Cunliffe - [log in to unmask]



For additional information on NRHM, see

http://www.comp.glam.ac.uk/~NRHM/

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/13614568.asp




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| Kaj Grønbæk, 
Professor,                                                       |
| Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus,                 |
| ISIS Katrinebjerg - Center for Interactive 
Spaces,                                    |
| Aabogade 34, DK-8200 Aarhus N, DENMARK.                               |
| Email: [log in to unmask] |  Email: [log in to unmask]           |
| Direct: (+45) 8942 5636       |  Cell ph: (+45) 2149 
5634                     |
| Telefax: (+45) 8942 5624              |  Home: (+45) 8616 
4391                |
| Web:          http://www.daimi.au.dk/~kgronbak                        |
|                       http://www.interactivespaces.net/     |
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| Kaj Grønbæk, 
Professor,                                                               |
| Department of Computer Science, University of 
Aarhus,                         |
| ISIS Katrinebjerg - Center for Interactive 
Spaces,                            |
| Aabogade 34, DK-8200 Aarhus N, 
DENMARK.                                       |
| Email: [log in to unmask] |  Email: [log in to unmask]   |
| Direct: (+45) 8942 5636       |  Cell ph: (+45) 2149 
5634                     |
| Telefax: (+45) 8942 5624              |  Home: (+45) 8616 
4391                        |
| Web:  http://www.daimi.au.dk/~kgronbak                                |
|       http://www.isis.alexandra.dk/                                   |
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