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3rd International Workshop on
Web Site Evolution

November 10, 2001; Florence, Italy

WSE 2001
Theme: Access for All

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Program

WSE 2001 is a full-day workshop. The overall workshop structure, as well as the agenda for the day, is shown below.

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Workshop Structure

WSE 2001 is structured around theme-oriented presentations made by workshop authors. Following each presentation, the workshop participants will engage in structured discussion. The idea is to foster the exchange of ideas and information in an informal setting, but with some boundaries placed on topics and time to ensure that the workshop stays on schedule.

In keeping with the theme of "Access for All," the WSE 2001 workshop is structured around three central themes:

  1. Languages: Migrating to multilingual Web sites
  2. Accessibility: Enhancing Web sites to make them accessible to the disabled
  3. Devices: Making Web site content available in multiple formats for multiple platforms

There is also an over-arching theme of "Evolution" that refers to activities related to evolving Web sites, such as reverse engineering.

Final Program

Time

Activity

   9:00a -
 9:15a

Welcome (Scott Tilley, University of California, Riverside, USA)

   9:15a –
10:15a

Keynote: Web Accessibility
Cornelia Boldyreff, University of Durham, UK

  10:15a –11:00a

Languages (Hausi Müller, University of Victoria, Canada)

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Knowledge Representation for Web based Services in a Multicultural Environment
Hiranmay Ghosh, Tata Infotech Research Group, India

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Recovering Traceability Links in Multilingual Web Sites
Paolo Tonella, ITC-irst, Italy

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Open discussion

  11:00a –
11:30a

Nutrition break

  11:30a -
 1:00p

Accessibility (Craig Gaskell, University of Hull, UK)

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 Requirements for Maintaining Web Access for Hearing Impaired Individuals
Daniel Berry, University of Waterloo, Canada

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 The Case for the Use of Plain English to Increase Web Accessibility
Cornelia Boldyreff, University of Durham, UK

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 Improving Web Accessibility for Visually Handicapped People using KAI
Mercedes Macías, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

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Open discussion

   1:00p –
 2:00p

Lunch

  2:00p –
3:30p

Evolution I (Paolo Tonella, ITC-irst, Italy)

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 Predicting Web Site Access: An Application of Time Series
Giuliano Antoniol, University of Sannio, Italy

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 The Evolution of an Organizational Web Site: Moving from HTML to XML/XSL
Engin Kirda, Technical University of Vienna, Austria

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 Maintenance Support for Web Sites: A Case Study
Panos Linos, Butler University, USA

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 Preparing the Ground for Website Metrics Research
Paul Warren, University of Hull, UK

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 Open discussion

  3:30p –
4:00p

Nutrition break

  4:00p –
4:30p

Devices (Scott Tilley, University of California, Riverside, USA)

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Issues in Accessing Web Sites from Mobile Devices
Scott Tilley, University of California, Riverside, USA
Bas Toeter, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ken Wong, University of Alberta, Canada

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Open discussion

  4:30p -
5:45p

Evolution II (Kostas Kontogiannis, University of Waterloo, Canada)

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Web Site Reuse: Cloning and Adapting
Pierpaolo Gallucci, University of Sannio, Italy

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Towards a Better Understanding of Web Applications
Ahmed Hassan, University of Waterloo, Canada

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Leveraging Program Analysis for Web Site Reverse Engineering
Holger Kienle, University of Victoria, Canada

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Web Site Maintenance With Software–Engineering Tools
Johannes Martin, University of Victoria, Canada

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Open discussion

  5:45p -
6:00p

Wrap-up (All)

Last modified October 29, 2001 by Scott Tilley.