Third International World-Wide Web Conference [Title: Third International World-Wide Web Conference] Third International World-Wide Web Conference

Third International World-Wide Web Conference

Technology, Tools, and Applications

April 10-14, 1995, Darmstadt, Germany

The Third International Wold-Wide Web Conference will be organized by the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics in Darmstadt, Germany.
The conference location is the Technical University of Darmstadt.



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WWW'95 - Advance Program


Monday, April 10:

The Workshops and Tutoriales will take place at the Technical University of Darmstadt.
8.30 - 10.00:
Workshop / Tutorial Registration
10.00 - 13.30:
Workshops:
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Workshops


Workshops provide the opportunity to discuss details of specific topics among a small group of experts.

The Workshops will be held on Monday, April 10.


The following workshops are organized:

10.00 - 13.30:

14.30 - 18.00:

Email: www95_workshop@igd.fhg.de
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Introductory Tutorials:
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Tutorials

Co-Chairs: Joseph Hardin (NCSA), Hans-Peter Wiedling (ZGDV)
Conference participants of all levels of experience, from beginners to experts can gain new skills and knowledge through tutorial participation.

Tutorials will be given on Monday, April 10th, 1995.


Each registrant may attend two half-day sessions of instructional lectures; both introductory and advanced will be offered. Introductory tutorials will be presented in the morning, so people can attend tutorials and/or workshops in the afternoon with a better comprehension of the topics.
Tutorial notes will be provided, including a list of the URLs used during the presentation.

10.00 - 13.30:

14.30 - 18.00:


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13.30 - 14.30:
Lunch
14.30 - 18.00:
Workshops:
[Title: WWW'95: Workshops] Third 
International World-Wide Web Conference

Workshops


Workshops provide the opportunity to discuss details of specific topics among a small group of experts.

The Workshops will be held on Monday, April 10.


The following workshops are organized:

10.00 - 13.30:

14.30 - 18.00:

Email: www95_workshop@igd.fhg.de
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Advanced Tutorials:
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Tutorials

Co-Chairs: Joseph Hardin (NCSA), Hans-Peter Wiedling (ZGDV)
Conference participants of all levels of experience, from beginners to experts can gain new skills and knowledge through tutorial participation.

Tutorials will be given on Monday, April 10th, 1995.


Each registrant may attend two half-day sessions of instructional lectures; both introductory and advanced will be offered. Introductory tutorials will be presented in the morning, so people can attend tutorials and/or workshops in the afternoon with a better comprehension of the topics.
Tutorial notes will be provided, including a list of the URLs used during the presentation.

10.00 - 13.30:

14.30 - 18.00:


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20.00:
Workshop / Tutorial Reception

Tuesday, April 11th:

The Conference will take place at the Technical University of Darmstadt.

8.30: Conference Registration starting

9.30 - 11.00:
Opening Session
11.00 - 11.30:
Coffee Break
11.30 - 13.00:
Paper Session: Living Documents
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Paper Session - Living Documents

Tuesday, April 11, 11.30 - 13.00
Towards an Intelligent Publishing Environment
James E. Pitkow, R. Kipp Jones
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Beyond Browsing: Shared Comments, SOAPs, Filters, and On-line Communities
Martin Roscheisen, Christian Mogensen, Terry Winograd
Stanford University (USA)
An Information Model as a Basis for Hypermedia-Based Plant Documentation
Kari Kaarela
VTT Electronics (Finland)

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Paper Session: Enhancements to the Lower Level WWW Protocols
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Paper Session - Enhancements to the Lower Level WWW Protocols

Tuesday, April 11, 11.30 - 13.00
The DCE Web Toolkit: Enhancing WWW Protocols With Layered Services
Steve Lewontin
OSF Research Institute (USA)
Reliability of WWW Name Servers
Kenneth E. Rowe, Charles K. Nicholas
University of Maryland (USA)
WWW Media Distribution via Hopwise Reliable Multicast
James E. Donnelley
University Stuttgart (Germany)

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13.00 - 14.00:
Lunch
13.30 - 14.00:
Posters / Demonstrations
14.00 - 15.30:
Panel: Standardization and Innovation
Chair: Dale Dougherty, O'Reilly and Associates, USA
Paper Session: Applications
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Paper Session - Applications

Tuesday, April 11, 14.00 - 15.30
WebMake: Integrating distributed software development in a structure-enhanced Web
Michael Baentsch, Georg Molter, Peter Sturm
University Kaiserslautern (Germany)
NSSDC OMNIWeb: The First Space Physics WWW-based Data Browsing and Retrieval System
Gary Jason Mathews, Syed S. Towheed
NASA/GSFC (USA)
Using the Web as a Survey Tool: Results from the Second WWW User Survey
James E. Pitkow, Margaret M. Recker
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

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15.30 - 16.00:
Coffee Break
16.00 - 17.30:
Panel: Commercial Use of the World Wide Web in Europe
Chair: Harald Summa, NADS, Germany
Paper Session: Authoring Environments 1
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Paper Session - Authoring Environments 1

Tuesday, April 11, 16.00 - 17.30
State of the Art Report:
A look at the state of the art in web authoring tools for UNIX workstations, and a proposal for improvements in the state of the art

Kate Weber
SGI (USA)
A Structured Authoring Environment for the World-Wide Web
Vincent Quint, Cecile Roisin, Irene Vatton
INRIA-IMAG (France)

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State of the Art Report: Authoring Environments
Chair: Kate Weber, SGI, USA
17.30 - 18.00:
Posters / Demonstrations
Exhibition open 11.00 - 18.00


Wednesday, April 12:

8.00: Conference Registration starting
9.00 - 10.30:
Panel: Enterprise-wide Information Systems
Chair: Ira Goldstein, OSF Research Institute, USA
Paper Session: Authoring Environments 2
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Paper Session - Authoring Environments 2

Wednesday, April 12, 9.00 - 10.30
Cooperative Work On the Network: Edit the WWW!
Jean Paoli
Grif S.A. (France)
Mosaic + XTV = CoReview
K.J. Maly, H. Abdel-Wahab, R. Mukkamala, A. Gupta, A. Prabhu, H. Syed, C. S. Vemuru
Old Dominion University (USA)
Authoring in a Distributed Information System
Ralph Peters, Christian Neuss
Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics (Germany)

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10.30 - 11.00:
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30:
Panel: SGML and the Web
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Panel: SGML and the Web

Chair: Bertrand Melese, Member delegate, SGML OPEN

Panel Session on Wednesday, April 12, 1995
11.00 - 12.30


As the popularity of the World Wide Web increases, a growing number of industrial companies are interested in distributing their documents over the Internet.

Unfortunately, the structure offered by HTML is too simple to represent industrial documents such as part lists or maintenance manuals.

The only way that industrial users can make use of the Web for collaborative manipulation of their mission critical documents is to provide them with full SGML capabilities on the Web.

The aim of this panel is to discuss possible strategies to open up the web for real industrial applications.


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Chair: Bertrand Melese, Member delegate, SGML OPEN
Paper Session: Training and Teaching on the Web 1
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Paper Session - Training and Teaching on the Web 1

Wednesday, April 12, 11.00 - 12.30
Advanced Educational Uses of the World-Wide Web
Bertrand Ibrahim, Ph.D.
University of Geneva (Switzerland)
Footsteps - Trail-blazing the Web
David Nicol, Calum Smeaton, Alan Falconer Slater
University of Strathclyde, Heriot Watt University (UK)
Constructing Educational Courseware using NCSA Mosaic and the World Wide Web
S. Hurley, S.B. Jones, N.M. Stephens
University of Wales College of Cardiff (UK)

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12.30 - 13.30:
Lunch
13.30 - 14.00:
Posters / Demonstrations
14.00 - 15.30:
Workshop Reports: A, B, C, H (Monday Morning)
Paper Session: Tools for Developping Web Services
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Paper Session - Tools for Developping Web Services

Wednesday, April 12, 14.00 - 15.30
Scalable Group and Public Annotations
Daniel LaLiberte, Alan Braverman
Georg NCSA (USA)
Serving Information to the Web with Hyper-G
Keith Andrews, Frank Kappe, Hermann Maurer
Graz University of Technology (Austria)
Unified W3-Access to Interactive Servers with IDLE
Louis Perrochon, Roman Fischer
ETH Zuerich (Switzerland)

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State of the Art Report: Metadata Standards for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval
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State of the Art Report: Metadata Standards for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval

Co-Chairs: Joseph Hardin, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA); Stuart Weibel, On-line Computer Library Center (OCLC)

State of the Art Report on Wednesday, April 12, 1995
14.00 - 15.30


Networked information discovery and retrieval is among the most pressing problems confronting users and information providers alike. The environment is characterized by competing object description models, confusion of terminology, legacy systems that do not interoperate, and a rich profusion of proposed solutions.

This panel will address the state of the art (and confusion) in this area, including the status of Internet Engineering Task Force Uniform Resource Identifier Working Group developments and the recent OCLC-NCSA Metadata Workshop.


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Co-Chairs: Joseph Hardin, NCSA, USA; Stuart Weibel, On-line Computer Library Center, USA
15.30 - 16.00:
Coffee Break
16.00 - 17.30:
Workshop Reports: D, E, F, G, I (Monday Afternoon)
Paper Session: Resource Discovery and Retrieval 1
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Paper Session - Resource Discovery and Retrieval 1

Wednesday, April 12, 16.00 - 17.30
Putting Legacy Data on the Web: The "InfoHarness" Repository Definition Language
Leon Shklar, Kshitij Shah, and Chumki Basu
Rutgers University (USA)
Discover: A Resource Discovery System based on Content Routing
Mark A. Sheldon, Andrzej Duda, Ron Weiss, David K. Gifford
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science (USA)
Conceptual Analysis of Resource Meta-information
Christian Neuss
Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics (Germany)
Robert E. Kent
University of Arkansas, Little Rock (USA)
Spectrum: A Web-Based Tool for Describing Electronic Resources
Diane Vizine-Goetz, Jean Godby, Mark Bendig
Office of Research, OCLC, Inc. (USA)

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Panel: Marketing on the Web
Chair: Albert Vezza, MIT, USA
17.30 - 18.00:
Questions and Answers to the International World Wide Web Conference Committee
Co-Chairs: Joseph Hardin, NCSA, USA; Detlef Krömker, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany
19.30:
Conference Dinner
Exhibition open 9.00 - 18.00

Thursday, April 13:

8.00: Conference Registration starting
9.00 - 10.30:
Paper Session: Intellectual Property and Security
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Paper Session - Intellectual Property and Security

Thursday, April 13, 9.00 - 10.30
Designing a Web of Intellectual Property
Terje Norderhaug, Juliet M. Oberding, J.D.
Media Design inProgress, San Diego (USA)
Sessioneer: Flexible Session Level Authentication With Off the Shelf Servers and Clients
Rick Garvin, Scot Anderson
BTG Corporation (USA)
A capability-based authorization model for the World-Wide Web
Jose Kahan
CCETT TMM/TDA (France)

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Panel: Infrastructure for the Global Information Society
Chair: Jean-François Abramatic, INRIA, France
Paper Session: Resource Discovery and Retrieval 2
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Paper Session - Resource Discovery and Retrieval 2

Thursday, April 13, 9.00 - 10.30
Web Cataloguing Through Cache Exploitation and Steps Towards Consistency Maintenance
Dr. Chris Dodge
The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (Germany)
Lightweight databases
SA Dobson, VA Burrill
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK)
A WWW Interface to the OMNIS/MyriadLiterature Retrieval Engine
Stephan Wiesener, Pavel Vogel, Alexander Clausnitzer
Technische Universitaet München (Germany)
Searching Structured Documents with the Enhanced Retrieval Functionality of freeWAIS-sf and SFgate
Ulrich Pfeifer, Norbert Fuhr, Tung Huynh
Universitaet Dortmund (Germany)

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10.30 - 11.00:
Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30:
Panel: Security on the Web
Chair: Ira Goldstein, OSF Research Institute, USA
Paper Session: Tools for Analyzing WWW Use
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Paper Session - Tools for Analyzing WWW Use

Thursday, April 13, 11.00 - 12.30
Characterizing Browsing Strategies in the World-Wide Web
Lara D. Catledge, James E. Pitkow
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Visualizing the World-Wide Web with the Navigational View Builder
Sougata Mukherjea, Jim Foley
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Combined Log System
David Beckett
University of Kent (UK)
DeckScape: A New Paradigm for Browsing the Web
Marc H. Brown, Robert A. Shillner
DEC Systems Research Center (USA)
Integrating applications and the World Wide Web
Matthijs van Doorn, Anton Eliens
Vrije Universiteit (The Netherlands)

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Paper Session: Training and Teaching on the Web 2
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Paper Session - Training and Teaching on the Web 2

Thursday, April 13, 11.00 - 12.30
Creating a Virtual Classroom for Interactive Education on the Web
Dan Dwyer, Kathy Barbieri, Helen M. Doerr
Cornell Theory Center (USA)
An Educational Environment Using WWW
Eleonora Bilotta
Universita' degli Studi della Calabria (Italy)

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12.30 - 13.30:
Lunch
13.30 - 14.00:
Posters / Demonstrations
14.00 - 15.30:
Closing Session:
Awards Presentations
Chair: Robert Cailliau, CERN, Switzerland
Keynote Speech
Allan Kay, Apple Computer, Inc., USA
Exhibition open 9.00 - 14.00

Friday, April 14:

The Developers Day will take place at the Maritim Konferenzhotel.

Developers Day - Program not yet available
Chair: Tim Berners-Lee, MIT, USA


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