Call for papers
3rd ECDL Workshop on Web Archives
>> paper submission is closed <<
Following the great success of the first two ECDL Workshops on Web Archiving
in Darmstadt, Germany in 2001 (WebArchiving 2001),
and Rome, Italy, in 2002 (WebArchiving2002),
we are happy to invite you to the third Workshop in this series.
The workshop will provide a cross domain overview on active research and
practice in the emergent domain of web archiving and studies on effective
usage of this type of archives.
It is also intended to provide a forum for interaction among librarians,
archivists, academic researchers and industrial researchers interested in
establishing effective methods and developing improved solution for Web archiving.
We cordially invite researchers and practitioners to submit papers relevant
to Web Archives. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Web Archiving Projects,
- Digital Archeology,
- Cyberculture Studies,
- Web Metrics,
- Web Publishing Models.
- Harvesting Technology,
- Focused Crawling,
- Deep Web Capture,
- Site Architecture Migration,
- Authenticity Control of Captured Documents.
Storage Models and Architecture:
- Hierarchical Storage Models,
- Redundant Storage,
- Distributed Storage,
- Storage Media Migration,
- Cost Models,
- Media Life-Time Analysis.
- Conversion/Migration Strategies,
- Emulation Approaches,
- Data Abstraction Technologies,
- Self-Aware Objects.
- Access Provision,
- Collection Analysis,
- Information Retrieval,
- Interface Models.
Policy and Social Issues:
- Economics of Information,
- Intellectual Property Rights.
- Challenges and Caveats of Internet Archives,
- Scenarios and Visions,
- Privacy Aspects
- Julien Masanès (National Library of France, France / Phone: +33 1 53 79 81 17)
- Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
- Gregory Cobena (INRIA, National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, France)
- Andreas Aschenbrenner (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
- Michael Bauer (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
- Catriel Beeri (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
- Jose Borbinha (National Library of Portugal, Portugal)
- Dieter Merkl (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
- Kjetil Nørvåg (University of Science and Technology, Norway)
- Jan Paralic (Technical University of Koice, Slovak Republic)
- Philippe Rigaux, (Orsay Paris-Sud University, France)
- Michel Scholl (CNAM, France)
- Gerrit Voerman (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
|June 8th, 2003 / extended to June 20th, 2003 / closed
|Notification of acceptance
||July 11th, 2003
|Camera-ready copy due
||July 24th, 2003
|Workshop (in conjunction with ECDL 2003)
||August 21st, 2003
Authors are invited to submit original papers (no more than 10000 words).
They should be submitted in electronic form (following the conference guidelines)
to Julien Masanès [firstname.lastname@example.org]. No other forms
of submission are acceptable.