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Marco Winckler <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 27 Mar 2008 16:17:07 +0100
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7th International Workshop on Web-Oriented Software Technologies
In conjunction with ICWE'2008, Yorktown Heights, New York, USA.
16-21 July, 2008

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The increasing use of the Web as a software platform together with the
advance of technology has given raise to new generations of Web
Applications that become more sophisticated almost every year. For
example, these applications allow ubiquitous web access from stationary
and mobile computing platforms, they provide individuals and
collectivities with personalized features, they support complex business
processes, they are involved in organization-wide workflows, they
exhibit advanced behaviors, they allows users to create virtual
communities for sharing knowledge.

Facing to the ever growing number of users, usability and accessibility
became a major requirement for the universal access of Web applications.
Improvements on the Web technology have progressively changed the way
users can interact with Web applications. Web 2.0 and Rich Internet
Applications (RIAs) technologies have enabled the creation complex user
interfaces which are getting closer to the interaction level one can
find on traditional desktop applications. However, there is a lack of
knowledge on how such as technologies affect the development process of
complex and still usable Rich Internet Applications.

Since 2001, IWWOST has been a traditional forum to discuss Web oriented
software technologies. The main focus of this edition is to exchange
experiences, methods and tools for the development of Web applications
supporting rich user interaction. From one hand, we are interested on
the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the design process of Web
applications. On the other hand, we want to explore how such as
technologies might increase the user experience and the usability of Web

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Submission to a workshop implies the willingness to subscribe to and
participate in the event for presenting the submitted work. Final
versions of accepted workshop papers must strictly adhere to the IEEE CS
Press formatting style guidelines using 8.5" x 11", Two-Columns format
and must include a printable final (camera ready) version file and all
source files.

Workshop Paper submissions must not be longer than 6 pages.

Submission site:

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Paper submission: April 30th 2008 (11h59 am CET)
Notification of acceptance: May 14th 2008
Camera ready version: May 22nd 2008 (11h59 am CET)

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We will produce electronic version of proceedings and simple level of
printed copy for each ICWE participant.

In addition to the workshop proceedings, all accepted, presented, and
revised (according to discussions) workshop papers will be published
in a post-conference book by Rinton Press.

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Luis Olsina, Oscar Pastor, Daniel Schwabe, Gustavo Rossi, Marco Winckler


PS. Apologizes for cross posting.

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