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CALL FOR PAPERS - Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia Track - Hypertext 2012
June 25-28, 2012
Milwaukee, WI, USA

The ACM Hypertext and Social Media conference is a premium venue for high quality peer-reviewed research on hypertext theory, systems and applications. It is concerned with all aspects of modern hypertext research including social media, semantic web, dynamic and computed hypertext and hypermedia as well as narrative systems and applications. The ACM Hypertext and Social Media 2012 conference will focus on exploring, studying and shaping relationships between four important dimensions of links in hypertextual systems and the World Wide Web: people, data, resources and stories.

Track 3: Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia (Linking resources) 
- Jill Freyne, CSIRO, Australia   
- Shlomo Berkovsky, CSIRO, Australia

In modern hypertext and Web systems hypermedia structure and content is increasingly generated, processed, filtered, adjusted or personalised before it reaches its users. The Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia Track targets formal study of models and systems that support these processes, the subsequent interactions with users, and the broader consequences for organisations and society.

It covers Open Hypermedia, Adaptive Hypermedia, Personalization, Computational Narrative, and all forms of Web-Based Information Systems. We also welcome work that explores how these systems can be applied in diverse domains (such as Education, Health, Journalism, Government, Media, etc) and that pushes forward the state of the art in classical and advanced applications.

The aim of this track is to bring researchers together to discuss models, architecture, applications, properties, or theory in general, about dynamic and adaptive hypertext and hypermedia.

Topics of Interest:
*	Open Hypermedia
*	Computational Hypertext Models
*	User Modelling for Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia
*	Web and Link Analysis
*	Automatic Link Generation
*	Adaptive Hypertext Frameworks, Toolkits and Applications
*	Adaptive Authoring and Design
*	Usability and Scrutability of Adaptive and Dynamic Hypermedia
*	Novel Information Interfaces and Navigation Support
*	Dynamic Ubiquitous Systems and Applications
*	Enhancing Hyperspace with Generated Recommendations
*	Personalisation for Web and Hypertext
*	Adaptive Educational Hypermedia
*	Enterprise Information Systems
*	Automatic Classification and Metadata Systems
*	Narrative Generation and Presentation Systems
*	Intelligent Information/Knowledge Systems
*	Hypertext Challenges for Trust, Security, Performance, Scalability
*	Evaluation methodologies, deployment experiences & user studies
*	Empirical studies of adaptive hypermedia and Web systems
*	Personalization, meta-data and standards (XML, Semantic Web)

Important Dates and Submission:

Full and Short Paper Submission: Monday Feb 6 2012
Notification: Wednesday March 21 2012 
Final Version: Monday April 23 2012

Submission details will be made available at
Submissions will be accepted via 

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