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Southern Cross University hosts AusWeb2K, the Sixth Australian World Wide Web at the Rihgha Colonial Club Resort, Cairns in Tropical Far North Queensland from 12 to 17 June 2000. We seek high quality formal papers and presentations of Software, Work-in-progress, Innovations and Posters (SWIP). Full papers are designed to allow the presentation of completed research. The SWIP stream is designed to showcase the most innovative developments on the Web from Australia and around the Web. The full papers and details of the SWIP presentations will be published on the Web, in the printed proceedings and on CD-ROM.
Formal full papers on any aspect of the World Wide Web are welcomed for the AusWeb series of conferences. This includes, but is certainly not limited to:
Full papers report completed scholarly research or major review/evaluation projects. All papers will be peer reviewed by at least two members of an international panel of experts (to DETYA refereed conference paper standards). There is a two-stage review process. The completed paper, in whatever form, is submitted by URL reference. Following review by the referees, a decision will be made and communicated to submitters. Full papers, formatted in HTML and to the AusWeb style requirements are then required. A second review will be conducted at that point. The Paul Thistlewaite Memorial Prize will be awarded to the best paper of the conference. We ask that papers do not exceed a word length of a maximum of 5,000 words
Key dates: Full papers: 31 January. Decisions: 31 March. Final, formatted papers to be submitted to the AusWeb server: 15 April. Papers published on the Web: 15 May
Software, work-in-progress, innovations and posters (SWIP)
The SWIP stream is new for AW2K. We seek the latest and greatest innovations in electronic commerce&emdash;indeed eCommerce is a major theme for AW2K.
There is plenty of room in geekspace at AW2K. We want to see the coolest new Java applets or DHTML or Web to database or .. whatever!!
For researchers and developers, SWIP provides an opportunity to showcase research that is at an early stage of development. We want to learn about what you are working on that will be completed as a commercial product or as research. Research that is underway might be reported to AW2K and written up in detail for AW2K+1. Perhaps you have a training innovation? We want to hear about it! So, anything that comes under the guise of software, work-in-progress, late-breaking innovations and posters can be submitted to SWIP.
Again, there is a two-stage submission process. Write up an abstract of your software, work-in-progress, innovation or poster. Submit the URL of the abstract to the AusWeb. The review panel will review the submission. Following acceptance, a pr閏is of the SWIP will be required. As with the full papers, the final pr閏is must be formatted in HTML and follow the AusWeb style guidelines. A formal invitation will be issued to successful presenters. The SWIP presentations will be in a poster-like environment during the conference. All SWIP pr閏is will be published in the proceedings.
A prize will be awarded to the best SWIP.
We would like to enable the widest possible distribution for your paper. Consequently, the AusWeb series of conferences does not require exclusive assignment of copyright. If your paper is accepted, you will only be asked to assign to Southern Cross University and other educational and non-profit institutions a non-exclusive licence to use this document for personal use and in courses of instruction provided that the article is used in full and this copyright statement is reproduced. You will also be asked to grant a non-exclusive licence to Southern Cross University to publish this document in full on the World Wide Web and on CD-ROM and in printed form with the conference papers and for the document to be published on mirrors on the World Wide Web.
Key dates: Submissions: 31 March. Decisions: 30 April. Pr閏is loaded to the AusWeb server: 15 May Pr閏is published to the Web: 20 May
For further information:
Contact: Andrew Treloar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
About AusWeb2K: email@example.com
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