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WIAMIS 2009 - New deadline

by Martin Frericks last modified Feb 11, 2009 05:11 PM


5th International Symposium on Web and Mobile Information Services (WAMIS-2009)

co-located with the IEEE 23rd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-09),

Symposium: May 26-29, 2009 - University of Bradford, Bradford, UK

Submission deadline: November 3rd, 2008 (EXTENDED)

WAMIS-2009 aims to bring together researchers in an effort to highlight the state-of-the-art and discuss the issues and opportunities to explore new research directions and develop new ideas. We strongly welcome submissions that include results which advance the state of the art relating to the theme of the symposium, either through theoretical analysis or experimental analysis. The main topics to be addressed include (but not limited to):

  • Architectures for Web and mobile information services
  • Agent and multi-agent systems and their applications
  • Application of W3C Mobile Web Best Practices
  • Context oriented service provisioning
  • Creation and consumption of social network contents
  • Data models and query languages
  • Dependency and reliability
  • Developing and managing Web2.0 services
  • Fault tolerance and exception handling
  • Location aware services
  • Middleware support for web and mobile services
  • Monitoring of services
  • Performance models
  • Search and discovery techniques
  • Semantic web technologies and their applications
  • Transaction and workflow models
  • Trust and privacy in Web and mobile services
  • Web services and their applications
  • Context-awareness, context sharing
  • Computer-mediated mobile interaction
  • Management of the dynamics of the environment
  • Management of continuously evolving information
  • Mobile devices for mobile actors
  • Connecting net for mobile agents

Accepted papers will be published by the IEEE CS Press. A selection of best papers will be published in a special issue of the journal Knowledge Engineering Review.

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