WEB ENGINEERING

Part of the Internet and the Digital Economy Track
of the HICSS-34 conference
HI, USA - January 3 - 6, 2001

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Accepted papers:

Using an Engineering Approach to Understanding and Predicting Web authoring and Design
Emilia Mendes, Nile Mosley

Supporting Reusable Web Design with HDM-Edit
Franca Garzotto, Paolo Paolini, Luciano Baresi

Interaction Markup Language - An Open Interface for Device Independent Interaction with E-Commerce Applications
Karl M. Göschka, Robert Smeikal

Automatic HTML Generation from Formal Hypermedia Specifications
Rosemeire Shibuya, Willie Dresler Leiva, Maria Cristina Ferreira de Oliveira, Paulo Cesar Masiero

A Component-Based Architecture for the Development and Deployment of WAP-Compliant Transactional Services
Mario Cannataro, Domenico Pascuzzi

Remodeling and Evolving Large-Scale WWW Sites
Paris A. Zafiris, Nektarios P. Georgantis, George E. Kalamaras, Sotiris P. Christodoulou, Theodore S. Papatheodorou

Extending XML To Index from Control Vocabularies
Stephen C. Arnold, Brad Spenla

A Framework for Personalized E-Catalogs: an Integration of XML-based Metadata, User Models and Agents
Duen-Ren Liu, Yuh-Jaan Lin, Chung-Min Chen, Ya-Wen Huang

Utilizing Abstract WebEngineering Concepts: An Architecture
Andreas Heberle, Bernd Onasch, Jörn Rehse, Börje Sieling





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