Cueva Lovelle, J.M., González Rodríguez, B.M., Joyanes Aguilar, L., Labra Gayo, J.E., del Puerto Paule de Ruiz, M. (Eds.)
2003, XIX, 554 p.
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In the last decade, we have seen tremendous successes in World Wide Web and Internet technologies. Traditional development techniques had to be adapted to thisnewsituation,andatthesametimenewtechniquesemerged.Manyresearch teams began to investigate di?erent ways to adapt classic – but still e?ective – software engineering design and development techniques to the Web and Web engineering emerged as a new research ?eld that relates several subject areas, including agents, e-commerce, e-learning, human-computer interaction, mobile technologies, security, quality and testing, the Semantic Web, etc. The International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE) continued the tradition of earlier conferences with the aim of bringing together researchers and practitioners in these areas, trying to o?er a good environment where people with di?erent backgrounds could exchange their insights in this area. Thesuccessofthisconferencegeneratedanincredibleamountofworkforthe Program Committee members and the External Reviewers, lead by the Program Committee chairs Oscar Pastor L´ opez, Luis Olsina Santos and Mart´ ?n Gonz´ alez Rodr´ ?guez. We are immensely grateful for the e?ort they put into the process of selecting the very best papers. There were 190 papers submitted, with 25 papers accepted (13%) as long papers. A large number of papers describing ongoing research were included as short papers or posters. Unfortunately, we were forced to reject many good papers. Paper selection is always a di?cult task.
Invited Papers.- Semantic Web Services: A Communication Infrastructure for eWork and eCommerce.- Cybercrime: Vandalizing the Information Society.- Agents on the Web.- Agent-Based Web Engineering.- Assisting Database Users in a Web Environment.- The PSI3 Agent Recommender System.- Mob: A Scripting Language for Mobile Agents Based on a Process Calculus.- Putting Together Web Services and Compositional Software Agents.- Mobile Agents Markup Language.- Building Wrapper Agents for the Deep Web.- Agent-Based Privilege Negotiation for E-commerce on World Wide Web.- E-commerce.- An Automated Negotiation Model for M-commerce Using Mobile Agents.- A Fully Anonymous Electronic Payment Scheme for B2B.- An Efficient Anonymous Scheme for Secure Micropayments.- User Parameter Tunning for VoD Service Users.- E-learning.- IOWA: Intuitive-Use Oriented Webtool for the Creation of Adapted Contents (in an E-learning Environment).- Reaching Agreements through Fuzzy Counter-Offers.- A Dynamic Replication Service for XML-Documents to E-commerce.- Planning: An Intermediate Solution to the Problems in Design.- Organizing Problem Solving Activities for Synchronous Collaborative Learning of Design Domains.- Feijoo.net: An Approach to Personalized E-learning Using Learning Styles.- A Collaborative E-learning Component for the IDEFIX Project.- Engineering a Future for Web-Based Learning Objects.- Adaptation and Generation in a Web-Based Tutor for Linear Programming.- A “Development Web Environment” for Learning Programming Languages.- Adaptive Collaborative Web-Based Courses.- An Educational Component Based Framework for Web ITS Development.- Adaptive Interaction Multi-agent Systems in E-learning/E-teaching on the Web.- Platform of Virtual Training for Work.- An Object-Oriented Dialog System for Use in Computer-Aided Teaching.- Adaptable Contents Visualization (VIC).- Human-Computer Interaction.- XbotML: A Markup Language for Human Computer Interaction via Chatterbots.- Modelling Interacting Web Usability Criteria through Fuzzy Measures.- A Concept-Based Approach for the Design of Web Usability Evaluation Questionnaires.- Adaptive Interactive Dialogs through the Web: Addressing User’s Interaction Requirements Dynamically.- Dialog Model Clustering for User Interface Adaptation.- AVE — Method for 3D Visualization of Search Results.- Ubiquitous Access to Deep Content via Web Services.- Languages and Tools.- NDT-Tool: A Case Tool to Deal with Requirements in Web Information Systems.- Design Toolkit for Hypermedia Applications.- WebML+ for Communication of Information Flows: An Empirical Study.- Multiple Markups in XML Documents.- BDOviedo3: Data XML Storage and Management.- Building Applications with Domain-Specific Markup Languages: A Systematic Approach to the Development of XML-Based Software.- An XML-Based Approach for Fast Prototyping of Web Applications.- X-SHAAD: An XML Implementation for Hypermedia Systems Modeling through SHAAD.- Mobility and the Web.- Semi-automatic Assessment Process in a Ubiquitous Environment for Language Learning.- Mobile EC Service Applications by Privacy Management.- User Interfaces: A Proposal for Automatic Adaptation.- Multimedia Techniques and Telecommunications.- Moving Vehicle Tracking for the Web Camera.- Measuring End-to-End Quality of a News-on-Demand Web Service.- Continuous Media Streams Service Based on the Adaptive Buffer Sharing Policy.- Security.- New WAKE Key Recovery Protocol on M-commerce.- An Improvement of VeriSign’s Key Roaming Service Protocol.- Host Revocation Authority: A Way of Protecting Mobile Agents from Malicious Hosts.- Enabling Secure Multicast Using a New Java LKH Rekeying Tool.- A Taxonomy of Web Attacks.- A Pseudorandom Bit Generator Based on Block Upper Triangular Matrices.- Retrofitting Security into a Web-Based Information System.- Web Quality and Testing.- A Quantitative Analysis of eCRM Tools in the Austrian Pharmaceutical Industry.- A Browser Compatibility Testing Method Based on Combinatorial Testing.- Analyzing Errors and Referral Pairs to Characterize Common Problems and Improve Web Reliability.- Towards the Design of a Metrics Cataloging System by Exploiting Conceptual and Semantic Web Approaches.- Choosing the “Rightweight” Model for Web Site Quality Evaluation.- WLGauge — A Web Link Gauge to Measure the Quality of External WWW Links.- Hyperlinks Analysis of Dynamic Web Applications.- Why Not RSVP over DTM ?.- Scalable QoS Approach in a Core Internet Network.- Accessibility Metrics of Web Pages for Blind End-Users.- A Three Dimensional Web Quality Model.- Comparison of Methods and Existing Tools for the Measurement of Usability in the Web.- Semantic Web.- Automatic Generation of Wrapper for Data Extraction from the Web.- Semantic XML Filtering by Ontology Combination.- Genre and Domain Processing in an Information Retrieval Perspective.- An Architecture for Semantics-Based Interaction of Spontaneously Connecting Software.- Integration of Spatial XML Documents with RDF.- Foundations of a New Proposal for Querying Relational Databases and XML Documents.- Selection of Ontologies for the Semantic Web.- Modeling Applications for the Semantic Web.- Automatic Derivation of DAML-S Service Specifications from UML Business Models.- Swarm Intelligent Surfing in the Web.- The Cooperative Web: A Step towards Web Intelligence.- Web Applications Development.- Partitioning the Navigational Model: A Component-Driven Approach.- A Component-Oriented Framework for the Implementation of Navigational Design Patterns.- An Internet-Based Collaborative Engineering System.- Data Integration Based WWW with XML and CORBA.- Experiences in Web Site Development with Multidisciplinary Teams. From XML to JST.- The NDT Development Process.- Essential Use Cases in the Design of Multi-channel Service Offerings — A Study of Internet Banking.- Modelling Dynamic Personalization in Web Applications.- Towards Self-Describing Web Services.- User Profiling Capabilities in OOWS.- Towards a Common Metamodel for the Development of Web Applications.- The Spanish Morphology in Internet.- Morphoanalysis of Spanish Texts: Two Applications for Web Pages.- Agile Web Engineering (AWE) Process: Multidisciplinary Stakeholders and Team Communication.- Serverless Web-Multicast Chat System for Multi-users.- The Multimedia Home Platform (MHP) Framework for Web Access through Digital TV.- DEMOS Tools for Online Discussion and Decision Making.- Hera: Development of Semantic Web Information Systems.- Development of an Application to Support WEB Navigation.- Critical Information Systems Authentication Based on PKC and Biometrics.- Electronic Patient Record Virtually Unique Based on a Crypto Smart Card.- Publish-Subscribe for Mobile Environments.