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Subject Index

Author Index

Metadata systems
Push technologies
Hypertext and hypermedia
Search and indexing techniques I
Browsers and tools I
Search and indexing techniques II
Caching and replication
Markup languages
Programming languages
Applications in education and training
Browsers and tools II
Naming and addressing
  Information retrieval and modelling
Server technologies
Computer supported cooperative work
Authoring environments
Security and authorization
Social and cultural
Doctoral consortium papers
Short papers
Panel abstracts
Metadata systems
FP1. The limits of Web metadata, and beyond
M. Marchiori
FP2. Structured graph format: XML metadata for describing Web site structure
O. Liechti, M.J. Sifer and T. Ichikawa
FP3. Specifying metadata standards for metadata tool configuration
A. Waugh
Push technologies
FP4. User-centered push for timely information delivery
G.M. Underwood, P.P. Maglio and R. Barrett
FP5. Distributed virtual environments and VRML: an event-based architecture
M. Wray and R. Hawkes
FP6. Effective personalization of push-type systems — visualizing information freshness
H. Sakagami, T. Kamba, A. Sugiura and Y. Koseki
Hypertext and hypermedia
FP7. Automatic resource compilation by analyzing hyperlink structure and associated text
S. Chakrabarti, B. Dom, P. Raghavan, S. Rajagopalan, D. Gibson and J. Kleinberg
FP8. Automated link generation: can we do better than term repetition?
S.J. Green
FP9. WSDM: a user centered design method for Web sites
O.M.F. De Troyer and C.J. Leune
Search and indexing techniques I
FP10. Inquirus, the NECI meta search engine
S. Lawrence and C.L. Giles
FP11. The anatomy of a large-scale hypertextual Web search engine
S. Brin and L. Page
Browsers and tools I
FP12. SPHINX: a framework for creating personal, site-specific Web crawlers
R.C. Miller and K. Bharat
FP13. Ariadne: a Java-based guided tour system for the World Wide Web
J. Jühne, A.T. Jensen and K. Grønbæk
Search and indexing techniques II
FP14. Full-text indexing of non-textual resources
D. Byers
FP15. Facilitating complex Web queries through visual user interfaces and query relaxation
W.-S. Li and J. Shim
FP16. Efficient crawling through URL ordering
J. Cho, H. García-Molina and L. Page
FP17. A regional distributed WWW search and indexing service — the DESIRE way
A. Ardö and S. Lundberg
Caching and replication
FP18. Piggyback server invalidation for proxy cache coherency
B. Krishnamurthy and C.E. Wills
FP19. Utility of co-operating Web proxy caches
P. Krishnan and B. Sugla
FP20. Memory-based architecture for distributed WWW caching proxy
N. Nishikawa, T. Hosokawa, Y. Mori, K. Yoshida and H. Tsuji
FP21. Performance study of a collaborative method for hierarchical caching in proxy servers
P.S. Yu and E.A. MacNair
Markup languages
FP22. An extensible rendering engine for XML and HTML
P. Ciancarini, A. Rizzi and F. Vitali
FP23. Template resolution in XML/HTML
A. Kristensen
FP24. A practical approach towards active hyperlinked documents
E. Köoppen and G. Neumann
Programming languages
FP25. WebL — a programming language for the Web
T. Kistler and H. Marais
FP26. Java Input Method Engine
L.K. Yong, L. Hai and O.P. Wu
FP27. JESSICA: an object-oriented hypermedia publishing processor
R.A. Barta and M.W. Schranz
Applications in education and training
FP28. Web-based education for all: a tool for development adaptive courseware
P. Brusilovsky, J. Eklund and E. Schwarz
FP29. Delivering computer assisted learning across the WWW
D.A. Robinson, C.R. Lester and N.M. Hamilton
FP30. From home page to home site: effective Web resource discovery at the ANU
S. Hinton
Browsers and tools II
FP31. The shark-search algorithm. An application: tailored Web site mapping
M. Hersovici, M. Jacovi, Y.S. Maarek, D. Pelleg, M. Shtalhaim and S. Ur
FP32. WCP — a tool for consistent on-line update of documents in a WWW server
S. Rangarajan, S. Yajnik and P. Jalote
Naming and addressing
FP33. Version augmented URIs for reference permanence via an Apache module design
J. Simonson, D. Berleant, X. Zhang, M. Xie and H. Vo
FP34. Network Dispatcher: a connection router for scalable Internet services
G.D.H. Hunt, G.S. Goldszmidt, R.P. King and R. Mukherjee
Information retrieval and modelling
FP35. The order of things: activity-centred information access
M. Chalmers, K. Rodden and D. Brodbeck
FP36. What is a tall poppy among Web pages?
G. Pringle, L. Allison and D.L. Dowe
FP37. A technique for measuring the relative size and overlap of public Web search engines
K. Bharat and A. Broder
FP38. The origin of (document) species
R. Khare and A. Rifkin
FP39. High resolution colorimetric image browsing on the Web
K. Martinez, J. Cupitt and S. Perry
FP40. Distributed 3D audio rendering
C. Low and L. Babarit
FP41. Synchronized multimedia for the WWW
F. Rousseau and A. Duda
FP42. The Interactive Multimedia Jukebox (IMJ): a new paradigm for the on-demand delivery of audio/video
K.C. Almeroth and M.H. Ammar
Server technologies
FP43. Efficient profile matching for large scale Webcasting
Q. Lu, M. Eichstaedt and D. Ford
FP44. Using path profiles to predict HTTP requests
S. Schechter, M. Krishnan and M.D. Smith
FP45. The Connectivity Server: fast access to linkage information on the Web
K. Bharat, A. Broder, M. Henzinger, P. Kumar and S. Venkatasubramanian
Computer supported cooperative work
FP46. Using an intranet for real-time production management: experiences and effects
V. Ionesco
FP47. In-place editing of Web pages: Sparrow community-shared documents
B.-W. Chang
FP48. Effectiveness and efficiency: the need for tailorable user interfaces on the Web
W. Appelt, E. Hinrichs and G. Woetzel
Authoring environments
FP49. Intermediaries: new places for producing and manipulating Web content
R. Barrett and P.P. Maglio
FP50. GRiNS: a GRaphical INterface for creating and playing SMIL documents
D.C.A. Bulterman, L. Hardman, J. Jansen, K.S. Mullender and L. Rutledge
Security and authorization
FP51. Secure Web tunneling
M. Abadi, A. Birrell, R. Stata and E. Wobber
FP52. Secure accounting and auditing on the Web
M. Naor and B. Pinkas
Social and cultural
FP53. Summary of WWW characterizations
J.E. Pitkow
FP54. Cyber courts: using the Internet to assist court processes
A. Stanfield
Doctoral Consortium Papers
DC1. Database querying on the World Wide Web: UniGuide, an object-relational search engine for Australian universities
C.F. Enguix
DC2. What after Java? From objects to actors
C.A. Varela and G.A. Agha
DC3. Object-oriented modeling of multimedia documents
T.-L. Nguyen, X. Wu and S. Sajeev
DC4. Communities, networks, and education
J. Mason
DC5. Hypermedia learning environments limit access to information
M. Quentin-Baxter
Short Papers
SP1. A Java-based platform for intellectual property protection on the World Wide Web
T.J. Alexandre
SP2. 3D visualization of multimedia content on the World Wide Web
T.J. Alexandre
SP3. Are we yet cyborgs? University students and the practical consequences of human--machine subjectivity
M. Allen
SP4. The influence of geographical and cultural issues on the cache proxy server workload
V.F. Almeida, M.G. Cesário, R.C. Fonseca, W. Meira Jr. and C.D. Murta
SP5. Multimedia document search on the Web
G. Amato, F. Rabitti and P. Savino
SP6. German Government online
M. Bogen, M. Borowski, G. Hansen and M. Lenz
SP7. A publishing system to support secondary school teaching and learning
P. Bristow and M. White
SP8. Searching heterogeneous multilingual bibliographic sources
L. Cao, M.-K. Leong, Y. Lu and H.-B. Low
SP9. Application-independent link processing
L. Carr, H.C. Davis, D. De Roure and W. Hall
SP10. Metabroker: a generic broker for electronic commerce
S. Caughey, D. Ingham and P. Watson
SP11. Integrating query expansion and conceptual relevance feedback for personalized Web information retrieval
C.-H. Chang and C.-C. Hsu
SP12. An open framework for collaborative distributed information management
D. DeRoure, W. Hall, S. Reich, A. Pikrakis, G. Hill and M. Stairmand
SP13. Viper — a 3D-modeling and visualization toolkit for Web-based applications
A. Disch, P. Jacob and M. Münchhofen
SP14. Using perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness to predict acceptance of the World Wide Web
T. Fenech
SP15. Web development tools: a survey
P. Fraternali
SP16. Web-based collaborative learning: a perspective on the future
K.E. Goeller
SP17. Network publishing languages
D.G. Green, P. Bristow, J. Ash, L. Benton, P. Milliken and D. Newth
SP18. WebOFDAV — navigating and visualizing the Web on-line with animated context swapping
M.L. Huang, P. Eades and R.F. Cohen
SP19. A prototype agent to assist shoppers
R. Inder, M. Hurst and T. Kato
SP20. Automatic classification of Web resources using Java and Dewey Decimal Classification
C. Jenkins, M. Jackson, P. Burden and J. Wallis
SP21. Intelligent multimedia presentations in the Web: fun without annoyance
T. Joerding and K. Meissner
SP22. Trust management on the World Wide Web
R. Khare and A. Rifkin
SP23. WebAssist: a user profile specific information retrieval assistant
C. Kurzke, M. Galle and M. Bathelt
SP24. Generating advanced query interfaces
D. Lee, D. Srivastava and D. Vista
SP25. Wide area selection as a hyperdocument search interface
J. Lowder and X. Wu
SP26. Use of Web technology for interactive remote instruction
K. Maly, C.M. Overstreet, A. González, M. Denbar, R. Cutaran, N. Karunaratne and C.J. Srinivas
SP27. COOL links: ride the wave
M. Miller and L.J. Wantz
SP28. Dynamic catalogues on the WWW
M. Milosavljevic and J. Oberlander
SP29. Personal and temporary hyper bridges: 2-D interface for undefined topics
Y. Ohsawa, K. Matsuda and M. Yachida
SP30. Video Medi-CAL: supporting MPEG-2 media based computer assisted learning on an intranet
S. Pavett, N. Samarawera, N.M. Hamilton and G. Fairhurst
SP31. Adding style and behaviour to Web pages with a dash of Spice
D. Raggett
SP32. Adding math to Web pages with EzMath
D. Raggett and D. Batsalle
SP33. Web cache focusing devices
P.P. Sember, T.R. Mueller, N. Baker, M.C. Flower, B. Raskutti and W. Wen
SP34. The RTMW application: bringing multicast audio/video to the Web
M.-K. Shin, J.-Y. Lee, J.-S. Bae and J.-H. Hahm
SP35. Internet Scrapbook: automating Web browsing tasks by programming-by-demonstration
A. Sugiura and Y. Koseki
SP36. Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM): metadata for networked information discovery and retrieval
S.A. Sutton
SP37. Requirements for multimedia markup and style sheets on the World Wide Web
J. van Ossenbruggen, A. Eliëns, L. Rutledge and L. Hardman
SP38. Automatic exams management with the Common Lisp HTTP Server
A. Vantaggiato
SP39. Educational metadata in use
L.J. Wantz and M. Miller
SP40. The Web and hypertext applications
C. Watters and M. Shepherd
SP41. Task-based learning environments in a virtual university
D. Whittington and L. Campbell
SP42. User space meets document space
H. Wolf and K. Froitzheim
P1. XML and the desperate Tcl hacker
S. Ball
P2. Targeting next year's students
D.R. Bannon and N.J. Hoogenraad
P3. Learners are teachers too in our virtual classroom
J. Gibson and P. Rutherford
P4. Audio ticker
Q. Lu and L. Stesin
P5. High speed connection between vBNS and SingAREN in Singapore
S. Ng Wai Man
P6. Assessing learners through the WWW
M. O'Reilly and K. Patterson
P7. Clean up your Web pages with HP's HTML Tidy
D. Raggett
P8. Variations in cache behavior
C. Roadknight and I. Marshall
P9. Collaborative value filtering on the Web
G. Rodríguez-Mulá, H. García-Molina and A. Paepcke
P10. Enhancing Internet access for people with disabilities
R.J. Seiler, A.M. Seiler, J.M. Ireland, A.M. Guy and K.N. Woodward
P11. The Web supercomputing environment
N.B. Serbedzija
P12. Developing on-line courses — teacher support needs
C. Shave
P13. Information sharing system on the WWW with interactive communication
S. Susaki and T. Muramoto
Panel Abstracts
PA1. Laws, self-regulation, and P3P: will W3C's privacy platform help make the Web safe for privacy?
L.F. Cranor (Organiser)
PA2. Will hypertext become the Web's missing link?
M. Bieber (Organiser)
PA3. Web accessibility: technical and business challenges, implementation successes
J. Brewer (Organiser)
PA4. Accessibility and universal design: advantages and impact for business, government and developers
J. Brewer (Organiser)
PA5. Missing the 404: link integrity on the World Wide Web
H. Ashman and H. Davis (Organisers)
PA6. XML and RDF: the promise and the reality of new Web architectures
J. Mason (Organiser)