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Call for papers is closed. See accepted papers below.

Posters and Demos deadline is this Monday, March 29, 2010:
Technical demonstration of new tools and innovative applications of hypertext are solicited, as well as research at a preliminary stage.  Submissions may include:

  • Posters (max 2 pages) offer researchers a unique opportunity to present late-breaking results, significant work in progress, or research that is best communicated in an interactive or graphical format. Poster submissions are welcomed in areas related to any of the three tracks. Please note, however, that posters describing work at the proposal stage will not be accepted.
  • Demos  (max 1 page) should describe the system and include a list of any required supporting equipment. We assume that most equipment will be supplied by the demonstrator. Poster and demos presentations further provide researchers with an opportunity to obtain direct feedback about their work from a wide audience during the poster session.

Formating and Submission

All submissions should be formatted according to the official ACM SIG proceedings template and submitted via EasyChair. Accepted papers will appear in the Hypertext 2010 Conference Proceedings and will also be available through the ACM Digital Library.

List of Accepted Papers

LONG PAPERS

Bernstein, Mark. Criticism

Cartledge, Chuck & Nelson, Michael. Analysis of Graphs for Digital Preservation Suitability

Choudhury, Munmun De; Feldman, Moran; Amer-Yahia, Sihem; Golbandi, Nadav; Lempel, Ronny & Yu, Cong. Automatic Construction of Travel Itineraries using Social Breadcrumbs

Foss, Jonathan & Cristea, Alexandra. The next generation Authoring Adaptive Hypermedia: Using and Evaluating the MOT3.0 and PEAL tools

Goulding, James; Brailsford, Tim & Ashman, Helen. Hyperorders and Transclusion: Understanding Dimensional Hypertext

Haller, Heiko & Abecker, Andreas. iMapping – A Zooming User Interface Approach for Personal and Semantic Knowledge Management

Hargood, Charlie; Millard, David & Weal, Mark. A semiotic approach for the generation of themed photo narratives

Hsieh, Haowei; Pauls, Katherine; Jansen, Amber; Nimmagadda, Gautam & Shipman, Frank. Assisting Two-Way Mapping Generation in Hypermedia Workspace

Kashoob, Said; Caverlee, James & Kamath, Krishna. Community-Based Ranking of the Social Web

Kim, DoHyoung & Shipman, Frank. Interpretation and Visualization of User History in a Spatial Hypertext System

Klein, Martin; Shipman, Jeffery & Nelson, Michael. Is This a Good Title?

Körner, Christian; Kern, Roman; Grahsl, Hans-Peter & Strohmaier, Markus. Of Categorizers and Describers: An Evaluation of Quantitative Measures for Tagging Motivation

Liang, Huizhi; Xu, Yue; Li, Yuefeng & Nayak, Richi. Connecting Users and Items with Weighted Tags for Personalized Item Recommendations

Lipczak, Marek & Milios, Evangelos. The impact of resource title on tags in collaborative tagging systems

Murata, Tsuyoshi. Modularity for Heterogeneous Networks

Paz, Iñaki & Díaz, Oscar. Providing resilient XPaths for external adaptation engines

Tiellet, Claudio AB; Pereira, André Grahl; Reategui, Eliseo Berni; Lima, José Valdeni & Chambel, Teresa. Design and Evaluation of a Hypervideo Environment to Support Veterinary Surgery Learning

Yeung, Ching Man Au & Iwata, Tomoharu. Capturing Implicit User Influence in Online Social Sharing

SHORT PAPERS

Corlette, Dan & Shipman, Frank. Link Prediction Applied to an Open Large-Scale Online Social Network

Guo, Yanhui & Joshi, James. Topic-based personalized recommendation for collaborative tagging system

Gwizdka, Jacek. Of Kings, Traffic Signs and Flowers: Exploring Navigation of Tagged Documents

Hansen, Frank Allan & Grønbæk, Kaj. UrbanWeb: a Platform for Mobile Context-aware Social Computing

Hsiao, I-Han; Brusilovsky, Peter; Yudelson, Michael & Ortigosa, Alvaro. The Value of Adaptive Link Annotation in E-Learning:  A Study of a Portal-Based Approach

Huang, Jeff; Thornton, Katherine & Efthimiadis, Efthimis. Conversational Tagging in Twitter

Huang, Jeff & White, Ryen. Parallel Browsing Behavior on the Web

Kawase, Ricardo; Papadakis, George, Herder, Eelco & Nejdl, Wolfgang. The Impact of Bookmarks and Annotations on Refinding Information

Knutov,Evgeny; De Bra, Paul & Pechenizkiy, Mykola. Provenance Meets Adaptive Hypermedia

Lee, Daniel H. & Brusilovsky, Peter. Social Networks and Interest Similarity: The Case of CiteULike

Liu, Kaipeng & Fang, Binxing. Speak the Same Language with Your Friends: Augmenting Tag Recommenders with Social Relations

Meiss, Mark; Goncalves, Bruno; Ramasco, Jose, Flammini, Alessandro and Menczer, Filippo. Agents, Bookmarks and Clicks: A topical model of Web navigation

Mitzlaff, Folke; Benz, Dominik; Stumme, Gerd & Hotho, Andreas. Visit me, click me, be my friend: An analysis of evidence networks of user relationships in BibSonomy

Ramos, Vinicius & De Bra, Paul. The Influence of Adaptation on Hypertext Structures and Navigation

Tomás, Nuno; Guerreiro, Tiago; Gonçalves, Daniel & Jorge, Joaquim. A Narrative-Based Alternative to Tagging

 

 

 
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