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www.WebSiteEvolution.org/2007


The 9
th

IEEE International Symposium on

Web Site Evolution

October

5
-
6
, 2007
;

Paris, France


Co
-
located with the 23
r
d

IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance

Important Dates
:


Abstr
act Submissions:

June 6, 2007

Paper Submissions:

June 15
, 2007

Author Notification:

July 15
, 2007

General Chair

Thomas Dean

Queen’s University,
Canada

Program Chairs

Shihong

Huang

Florida
Atlantic
University,
USA


Massimiliano Di
Penta

RCOST
-


Univ. of Sa
nnio,

Italy

Finance

Chair

Damiano Distante

RCOST

-


Univ. of Sannio,

Italy

Web Chair

Ben Kam

Queen’s University,
Canada


Since its inception in 1999, the Web Site Evolution (WSE) series of events has provided a forum
for researchers and practitioners to p
resent original work on subjects related to the disciplined
evolution of large
-
scale Web sites. F
ollowing the
previous editions
, WSE 2007

aims to
attract
researchers

from different research communities, ranging from s
oftware maintenance and

ev
olution to We
b engineering and
semantic Web. WSE 2007

will provide researchers and
practitioners with an
exciting
environment to discuss results and exchange experiences.

WSE 2007

will be held in
Paris, France

on
October 5 and 6 2007
and will be

co
-
locate
d with the
23
r
d

IEEE International Conference on

Software Maintenance (ICSM 2007
). T
he technical
program of WSE 2007

will include invited talks, paper presentations,
panels and working
sessions
.

Keynote

An outstanding keynote speech will be given by Luciano Baresi from

Politecnico di Milano,
Italy.

Special Issue

Authors of b
est Papers of WSE 2007 will be invited

to submit an extended, revised version of
their papers

for a Special Issue of the Journal of Web Engineering

(JWE) edited by Rinton Press
.

Topics

Topics of inte
rest include but
are not restricted

to the following aspects of Web
-
based
application design, development, maintenance and evolution:



Costs and benefits estimation



Documentation



Design and implementation



Empirical studies



Migrating toward semantic Web



Mig
rating towards Web 2.0



Models, methodologies, and architectures



Security



Testing and quality evaluation



Tools, environments, and technologies


Submission Process

The symposium foresees the submission of r
esearch paper
s

or experience rep
ort, not exceeding
4
000 words (8

pages using 10
-
point
font
type), including figures and references. Full paper
submissions mu
st be received by Friday, June 15, 2007, and must

be in Adobe Acrobat PDF.
Papers must be s
ubmi
tted online via

the
CyberChair
system
at
:

http://c
yber.r
cost.unisannio.it/~wse2007
papers
.


Sponsorship Pending


Queen’s University



Florida Atlantic University


Research Centre on
Software Technology