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CALL FOR PAPERS
International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (IJWET)
ISSN: 1476-1289
http://www.inderscience.com/catalogue/w/ijwet/indexijwet.html

Scope of the journal
--------------------

The International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (IJWET) 
is a refereed international journal providing a forum and an 
authoritative source of information in the fields of Web Engineering 
and Web technology.

IJWET is devoted to innovative research in the analysis, design,
development, use, evaluation, and teaching of Web-based systems,
applications, sites, and technologies. It provides an 
interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas concerning 
theoretical, technical, practical, social, and pedagogical issues. 
IJWET aims to publish research of the highest quality and significance.

Web Engineering focuses on the evolution of the software engineering 
process and dedicated technologies, methods, and models for web 
applications. It concerns all aspects from conception, analysis, and 
design to implementation, performance evaluation, and continued 
maintenance.

IJWET publishes original papers, case studies, technical reports, 
conference reports, educational approaches, book reviews, commentaries, 
and news items. All papers, case studies, and educational approaches 
will undergo a rigorous peer review process.

Subject coverage
----------------

Subjects covered include, but are not limited to:

* Requirements specification and analysis
* Design methods and models
* Architectural, design and navigation patterns, and pattern mining
* Reuse and integration
* Application frameworks and architectures
* Application processes and methodologies
* Integration with legacy systems
* Migration of legacy systems to Web environments
* Managing system evolution and maintenance
* Project management and development teams
* Performance monitoring and evaluation
* Web Knowledge management
* Application testing
* Evaluation and metrics
* Mobile web services
* Web services and service-based approaches
* Web Engineering for wireless platforms
* Web agents
* Web usability
* User interface design issues
* Advanced hypermedia functionality
* Customisation and personalisation
* Ethical, cultural and societal issues associated with Web Engineering
  and technologies, and their impacts
* Education and training
* E-commerce and business
* Web standards
* Web and universal accessibility
* Web query languages
* Semantic Web

Papers are invited on any of the above topics. Authors must state that 
their papers have neither been published before nor currently submitted 
elsewhere. Full papers should not be longer than 20 pages single spaced 
pages, including tables and figures.

Submission of papers
--------------------

Please submit your manuscript with a cover letter/e-mail using the 
following guidelines:

1. The cover page should contain: the paper title, and the name,
affiliation, address, phone number, fax number, and email of each 
author; which subject/theme of the journal the subject fits; why the 
material is important in this field and why it should be published in 
this journal.

2. The second page should start with the paper title at the top and
immediately followed by the abstract of 100-150 words, including 
keyword. Except on the cover page, the author's names and affiliation 
MUST NOT appear in the manuscript. The abstract should clearly 
summaries the objectives and content of the manuscript.

3. Nomination of up to four recognised experts who would be 
considered to review the submission.  Please state name, address and 
e-mail address of these proposed reviewers and your relationship with 
each of them. The fact that the manuscript contains original 
unpublished work, and is not being submitted for publishing elsewhere. 
Inappropriate submissions will be returned to authors.

4. Manuscripts with cover letter should be submitted electronically in
Word format to the editor

Dr. Lorna Uden
School of Computing, 
Staffordshire University,
The Octagon, Beaconside,
Stafford, ST18 0AD, UK.
Tel: +44 (0) 1785 353276 
Fax: +44 (0) 1785 353497 
Email: [log in to unmask] 

Review process
--------------

Each paper submitted to Inderscience Enterprise Limited is subject to 
the following review procedures:
1. It is reviewed by the editor for general suitability for this
publication.
2. If it is judged suitable, two or three reviewers are selected and 
a double-blind review process takes place.
3. Based on the recommendation of the reviews, the editor then decides
whether the particular article should be accepted as-is, revised, or
rejected.

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