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Third Latin American Web Congress (LA-WEB'2005)

Date Oct. 31 2005-Nov. 2 2005

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  • Third Latin American Web Congress - Cover

    Publication Year: 2005, Page(s): c1
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  • Proceedings. Third Latin American Web Congress (LA-WEB 2005)

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  • Third Latin American Web Congress - Copyright Page

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  • Third Latin American Web Congress - Table of contents

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  • Foreword

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  • Preface

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  • Steering and Program Committees

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  • Additional reviewers

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  • Organization

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  • Social dynamics in cyberspace

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    Summary form only given. The social dynamics of individuals connected through the Internet is relevant to issues of productivity, viral marketing and the sorting out of useful ideas from the general chatter of a community. This talk will first describe a mechanism for automatically identifying communities of practice from email traffic within organizations as well as patterns in document access. E... View full abstract»

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  • Incentive networks

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  • Web mining

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    The Web grows and evolves faster than we would like and expect, imposing scalability and relevance problems to Web search engines. There are three main data types in the Web: content (text, multimedia), structure (links that form a graph) and Web usage (transactions from Web logs). We emphasize the last type of data, in particular a new subfield called query mining. Server logs of search engines s... View full abstract»

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  • How to "Webby-ize" your Web site - factors in award-winning design

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    The Webby Awards® are the leading international awards honoring excellence in Web design, functionality and creativity (http://www.webbyawards.com). More than just a popularity contest, the Webbys recognize outstanding achievement in content, structure and navigation, visual design, functionality, interactivity, and overall experience. The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IA... View full abstract»

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  • Reverse engineering of Web pages based on derivations and transformations

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    The final user interface of an information system could be reverse engineered according to a model-driven engineering perspective to multiple levels of abstraction, either independently of each other or simultaneously depending on the designer's goals: concrete user interface (which is independent of the user interface toolkit), abstract user interface (which is independent of any interaction moda... View full abstract»

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  • A model-driven reengineering approach to Web site personalization

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    Currently, Web-based applications without personalization and developed with "ad hoc" practices are requiring substantial evolution. Particularly, e-commerce applications are implicitly bound to a fully customisable fashion, attending individual users or group of users needs. Hence, personalization is a leader performance feature of today's Web applications to capture users' attention. In this pap... View full abstract»

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  • Modeling federations of Web applications with WAM

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    One aspect of modern Web technology is that it is not only employed to connect users to sites, but to an increasing degree to bring together applications, as e.g. with the help of Web services. Particularly, these applications can reside under the control of different organizations. In this case, the Web is actually used as a means for establishing federations between the organizations behind thei... View full abstract»

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  • A model driven method for the integration of Web applications

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    Currently, the software industry is demanding the construction of Web applications that are built integrating functionality from third party systems. Web engineering methods are not properly dealing with this open strategy. Instead, they only provide methodological support for the implementation of isolated Web applications. The solutions that are based on a specific technology do not solve the in... View full abstract»

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  • .Net approach to run-time component integration

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    This work is related to the area of component-based software development. We intend to automate a component integration process as a support for run-time adjustments of applications, when the environment involves highly dynamic changes of requirements. This implies to evaluate components against a given set of requirements. We propose a framework for such process and consider related concepts like... View full abstract»

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  • Web development evolution: the assimilation of Web engineering security

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    In today's e-commerce environment, information is an incredibly valuable asset. Surveys indicate that companies are suffering staggering financial losses due to Web security issues. Analyzing the underlying causes of these security breaches shows that a significant proportion of them are caused by straightforward design errors in systems and not by failures in security mechanisms. There is signifi... View full abstract»

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  • Supporting Web-based scholarship through index cards and annotations

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    We have developed "Cronos", an environment that supports personal and public annotations on digital documents. Users of Cronos can also generate, view and share index cards that support scholarly work. A study of its initial use shows that Cronos has potential to effectively support research and scholarship conducted directly on Web documents. View full abstract»

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  • Toward a domain-independent semantic model for context-aware computing

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    Context-aware systems assist people's everyday tasks by adapting their behavior based on context information gathered from instrumented environments. Context is any relevant information describing entities in a user-computer interaction. A pertinent issue to developing such systems is how to represent context. High-level context models prevent the development of ad hoc and limited schemes for cont... View full abstract»

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  • Optimized index structures for querying RDF from the Web

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    Storing and querying resource description framework (RDF) data is one of the basic tasks within any semantic Web application. A number of storage systems provide assistance for this task. However, current RDF database systems do not use optimized indexes, which results in a poor performance behavior for querying RDF. In this paper we describe optimized index structures for RDF, show how to process... View full abstract»

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  • Semantic resources to support Web services selection, mediation, and composition

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    Adding semantics to Web Services enable the automatic selection, mediation and composition of services across heterogeneous users and domains. The semantic Web has the potential to provide the Web services infrastructure with the information it needs through formal languages and ontologies for reasoning about service description, meaning of exchanged messages, etc. In this paper, we analyze severa... View full abstract»

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  • Architectures for Web services access from mobile devices

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    The success of Web services, an open Internet standards based technology, opens the door to the construction of business applications in the distributed computing world. As Web services are based on open standards, it lets the integration of different kinds of software components, including the wireless and mobile applications. However, the Post PC World, dominated by mobile devices, is not comple... View full abstract»

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  • Contextual ontologies for the semantic Web - an enabling technology

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    To realize the goals of the semantic Web, there is a need of working on approaches focused on the machine processing semantics and approaches to systematically define conceptual models about data semantics. Ontologies are a primary means to deploy the semantic Web vision, but managing the context-dependent semantics remains an open problem. In this paper we discuss the role of contexts on the sema... View full abstract»

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