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The Programme Committee are pleased to announce the advance programme of papers, workshops and courses for Hypertext '99.

 

Sunday, 21.February 1999

8:30-17:00

Registration at IPSI

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Doctorial Consortium

9:30-17:00 

5th Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems (OHS)

3rd Hypertext Writers Workshop

2nd Workshop on Hypermedia Development

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Raum 2

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Monday, 22.February 1999

9:30-17:00

Registration at IPSI

9:30-17:00

5th Workshop on Open Hypermedia Systems (Day 2)

9:30-12:30

1st Workshop on Structural Computing

Tutorial 1: XML: A Technical and Strategical Overview

Tutorial 2: The Web as a Collaborative, Writeable Medium: An Introduction to the IETF WebDAV Standard

Tutorial 3: Web Site Information Architecture: Planning and Designing Information Collections on the Web

Tutorial 4: Hypermedia and Web Development Methods

Tutorial 5: Authoring Hypermedia: It Takes Time!

Tutorial 6: Filling Up On Java

12:30-14:00

Break

14:00-17:00

Tutorial 7: Supporting Advanced Hypertext Functionality with Xlink

Tutorial 8: The Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) 

Tutorial 9: Mapping Web Sites: Planning Diagrams to Site Maps

Tutorial 10: Usability Evaluation of Hypermedia (WWW and CD-ROMs) 

Tutorial 11: Extending Information Systems with Hypertext (on and off the Web) 

18:30-
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WS- Summary 

19:30-
21:00

Welcome Receipton 

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Audimax

Tuesday, 23.February 1999

9:30-
11:00

Opening Keynote "Where are the Hypertexts?"
Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems

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Session 2A: Discovering and Generating Structure
Full papers
Semiautomatic Generation of Glossary Links: A Practical Solution
Hermann Kaindl, Stefan Kramer, Siemens, Wien, Austria; Papa Samba Niang Diallo;Wien, Austria
Finding Context Paths in Web
Yoshiaki Mizuuchi, Keishi Tajima; Kobe University, Japan

Short papers
Dynamic Hyperlink Generation for Navigation in Relational Databases
Karl M. Göschka, Jürgen Falb; Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Aspects of Text Semantics in Hypertext
Alexander Mehler; University of Trier, Germany

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Session 2B: Open Hypermedia Systems and CSCW
Full papers
Scalability in Open Hypermedia Systems
Kenneth M. Anderson, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Team-and-Role-Based Organizational Context and Access Control for Cooperative Hypermedia Environments
Weigang Wang; GMD-IPSI, Darmstadt, Germany

Short papers
The Callimachus Approach to Distributed Hypermedia
Manolis Tzagarakis, M. Vaitis, A. Papadopoulus, D. Christodoulakis; University of Patras, Greece
CAOS: A Collaborative and Open Spatial Structure Service Component with Incremental Spatial Parsing
Olav Reinert, Dirk Bucka-Lassen, Claus A. Pedersen, Peter J. Nürnberg; Aarhus University, Denmark

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Panel Session 3A:
Writers and Designers: Crossing the Chasm
Moderators: David B. Lowe, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia; Deena Larsen, Hypertext Writer, USA
Panelists: Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems, USA; Wendy Hall, University of Southampton, UK; Paolo Paolini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Cathy Marshall, Xerox PARC, USA; Susana Pajares Tosca, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain; Lawrence J. Clark, Texas A&M University, USA

Session 3B: Navigation and Visualization I
Full papers
Trailblazing the Literature of Hypertext: Author Co-Citation Analysis (1989-1998)
Chaomei Chen Brunel University, UK; Les Carr University of Southampton, UK
Visualizing and Assessing Navigation in Hypertext
John E. McEneaney Indiana University South Bend, USA

Short papers
Hypertext-like Structures through a SOM Network
Riccardo Rizzo, M. Allegra, G. Fulantelli, CNR ITDF, Palermo, Italy
A computational hypermedia for the Sergisai project
Paola Carrara, Davide Musella, Gaetano Zonno CNR ITIM, Milan, Italy

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Session 4 Posters and Demos
HT'99 Demonstrations
CAOS: A Collaborative and Open Spatial Hypermedia System with Incremental Spatial Parsing
Proposers: Reinert, Olav; Bucka-Lassen, Dirk; and Pedersen, Claus.
GRiNS: A GRaphical INterface for Creating and Playing SMIL Documents
Proposers: Rutledge, Lloyd and Hardman, Lynda.
Claviar Integrating classical and open hypertext technologies to support safety documentation
Proposers: Emmet, Luke.
The DHymE Dynamic Hypermedia Engine
Proposers: Bieber, Michael.
SWEB - A Structured Web View
Proposers: Furtado, P.; Nelas, J.; and Madeira, H.
MAVIS 2: An Architecture for Content and Concept Based Multimedia Information Exploration
Proposers: Dobie, Mark; Tansley, Robert; Weal, Mark; Joyce, Dan; Lewis,Paul; and Hall, Wendy.
OHSWG navigational hypermedia interface standard plus service and collaboration extensions
Proposers: Millard, David; Nuernberg, Peter; and Reich, Sigfried.
3D Adaptation: Combining Methods in Adaptive Hypermedia
Proposers: Hothi, Jatinder and Hall, Wendy.
Visual Link Preview for Link Traversal on the WWW
Proposers: Kopetzky, Theodorich.

HT'99 Posters
Navigation and Orientation tools for WWW-based Hypertexts
Proposers: Kreutz, Reinhard; Euler, Brigitte; and Spitzer, Klaus.
Web Information Systems Engineering
Proposers: Oinas-Kukkonen, Harri; Kaasila, Jouko; and Sivunen, Sami.
HyperDisc - A hypermedia-information system for supporting advanced studying
Proposers: Tergan, Sigmar-Olaf.
Transparent Collection of Flemish Polyphony (TCFP) - a new model for future multimedia archive
Proposers: Reichhart, Witold and Lindsay, Adam.
Separation of functional and knowledge based content in Hypermedia Education: Research in Progress
Proposers: Hilmer, Guenter; Elliot, Geoff; and Tudhope, Doug.
The Value of the Link
Proposers: Larsen, Deena.
The Challenges of Hypermedia Ethnography
Proposers: Mason, Bruce and Dicks, Bella.
Displaying Metadata Information
Proposers: Dhami, Jay and Bieber, Michael.
Evolving the Web for Scientific Knowledge: Using Metadata to Express
Scholarly Discourse
Proposers: Buckingham Shum, Simon

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Wednesday, 24.February 1999

9:30-:
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Session 5: Award Papers
4th Engelbart Best Paper Award paper presentation
1st Nelson Newcomer Award paper presentation

Break

Session 6A: Panel Adaptive Hypermedia
Moderator: Paul De Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Panelists: Peter Brusilovsky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Wendy Hall, University of Southampton, UK;Alfred Kobsa, GMD, Sankt Augustin, Germany

Session 6B: World Wide Web and Open Hypermedia Systems
full papers
Control Choices and Network Effects in Hypertext Systems
E. James Whitehead, Jr.; University of California, Irvine, USA
What was the question? Reconciling open hypermedia and World Wide Web research
Peter J. Nürnberg, Aarhus University, Denmark; Helen Ashman, University of Nottingham, UK
Strategies for Web Augmentation
Niels Oluf Bouvin, Aarhus University, Denmark

Break

Session 7A: Hyperreading
full papers
Electronic Tools for Dismantling the Master's House: Poststructuralist Feminist Research and Hypertext Poetics
Wendy Morgan, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
"Lector in rebus": The Role of the Reader and the Characteristics of Hyperreading
Licia Calvi, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Piecing together and tearing apart: finding the story in afternoon
Jill Walker, University of Bergen, Norway

Short papers
Towards the Introduction of a New Textual Category for Digital Fiction
Anja Rau, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany
The lyrical quality of links
Susana Pajares Tosca, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

Session 7B: Technical Briefings
OHS Working Group Technical Briefing
Sigi Reich for the OHS working group
The Application of a Hypermedia Research System in Industry
Ian Heath, Wendy Hall, Richard Crowder, and Gary Wills

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Session 8A: Navigation and Visualization II
Full paper
Beyond Location: Hypertext Workspaces and Non-Linear Views
Frank M. Shipman, III, Texas A&M University, USA; Catherine C. Marshall, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Mark LeMere, Guidant Corporation, USA

Short papers
Navigation Scheme for Interactive Movies with Linear Narrative
Guy Vardi, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzelia, Israel
No Longer Lost in WWW-based Hyperspaces
Reinhard Kreutz, Birgitte Euler, Klaus Spitzer, Technical University, Aachen, Germany
Structure Analysis for Hypertext with Conditional Linkage
Jean-Hugues Réty, CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Visualization of Relationships
Vijay Kumar, Richard Furuta,Texas A&M University, USA

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Session 8B: Models, Development and Assessment
Full papers
Improving Hypermedia Development: A Reference Model-Based Process Assessment Method
David B. Lowe, Andrew J. Bucknell, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia; Richard G. Webby, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
AHAM: A Dexter-based Reference Model for Adaptive Hypermedia
Paul De Bra, Geert-Jan Houben, Hongjing Wu, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Abstract Tasks: a Tool for the Inspection of WEB Sites and Off-line Hypermedia
Franca Garzotto, Maristella Matera, Paolo Paolini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Short papers
Hypermedia Potentials for Analysis Support Tools
Douglas S. Lange, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego, USA

Individual Tables of Contents in Web-based Learning Systems
Cornelia Seeberg, Achim Steinacker, Klaus Reichenberger, Stephan Fischer, Ralf Steinmetz; Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany

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19:00-
22:00 

Conference Reception
Award Presentation Ceremonies

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Audimax

Thursday, 25.February 1999

 

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Session 9A: Panel Hypertext Fiction and Rhetoric
Moderator: will be announced later
Panelists: will be announced later

Session 9B: Multimedia
full papers
Audiovisual-based hypermedia authoring: using structured representations for the efficient manipulation of AV documents
Gwendal Auffret, Jean Carrive, Olivier Chevet, Thomas Dechilly, Rémi Ronfard, Bruno Bachimont Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA), France
Mix'n'Match: Exchangeable Modules of Hypermedia Style
Lloyd Rutledge, Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Dick, C. A. Bulterman CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Do You Have the Time? Composition and Linking in Time-based Hypermedia
Lynda Hardman, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, K. Sjoerd Mullender, Lloyd; Rutledge, Dick C. A. Bulterman; CWI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Session 10: Closing keynote 
"The Sorcerer's Apprentice"
Robert Cailliau, CERN

Organizer meeting

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