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2013 2013 10th Web Information System and Application Conference  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2013.7 fatcat:pjbrdyjn6bhb5d6jlhyhn7xjca

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2011 2011 Eighth Web Information Systems and Applications Conference  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2011.6 fatcat:mgcdvxztpfehhlt6fqcgq47k74

Conference Organization

2009 2009 Sixth Web Information Systems and Applications Conference  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2009.6 fatcat:4vmwuxjiz5hhzfv34tjlut2b3e

Conference Organization

2010 2010 Seventh Web Information Systems and Applications Conference  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2010.6 fatcat:nbhthsbgmbgrxhqpcncbxlbdv4

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2014 2014 11th Web Information System and Application Conference  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2014.7 fatcat:ven4q7utubcaxkfxqmf6mvvjyq

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2015 2015 12th Web Information System and Application Conference (WISA)  
Some reputation and name recognition is good for systems. I'm in favor of a mixed approach, where some conferences are blind and some aren't, so people have a choice of the system.  ...  Tom Anderson: NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) does a lot of what you've suggested. For example, they eliminate paper lengths and accept more papers than will be presented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2015.6 fatcat:mnvrtwydafdlrgjbogf4q7uile

Automated Analysis and Evaluation of Web Applications Design: The CMS-based Web Applications Case Study

Vassiliki Gkantouna, Athanasios Tsakalidis, Giannis Tzimas
2016 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies  
context or recurrent design constructs causing design inconsistencies and lowering the quality of the final application. 130 Gkantouna, V., Tsakalidis, A. and Tzimas, G.  ...  This paper addresses the automated design quality evaluation of Web applications built on a CMS platform by inspecting their conceptual model under the viewpoint of consistent design reuse.  ...  INTRODUCTION Nowadays, the ever increasing complexity of modern web applications has led to serious problems of usability and has raised the need for new methods enhancing the quality of both the web development  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005813701300139 dblp:conf/webist/GkantounaTT16 fatcat:lmbqit4w7varjgojvli4szyh5m

Modeling Interactions between Web Applications and Third Party Systems

Nathalie Moreno, Antonio Vallecillo
2005 International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering  
Web-based applications are no longer isolated systems.  ...  Now they need to interoperate with external service providers and legacy systems, which are available in a wide range of different platforms, and may follow disparate communication mechanisms.  ...  information that describes the architecture of the Web application.  ... 
dblp:conf/caise/MorenoV05 fatcat:kmg3vuswxfd4vasorbkiyhaan4

Application Development Employing Web Services: Understanding Costs and Risks

Peter Haried
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Although web services promise benefits to the application development process a number of risks and costs exist that must be identified and addressed before implementation.  ...  Web services in its envisioned state will permit firms to purchase best of breed web services and integrate these web services over the Internet into a single application based on an agreed upon level  ...  Software Life Cycle Control Model (SLCCM) Proceedings of the Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems, Omaha, NE, USA August 11 th -14 th 2005 WEB SERVICES Table 2 .  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Haried05 fatcat:qzlbhtxsirbe3pg4bv2bom7zn4

Friend Suggestion and Friend Browsing in Web 2.0 Applications

Michael Chau
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Web 2.0 and social network applications have become increasingly popular.  ...  It is important for these applications to help users in maintaining their social networks by providing functions on friend suggestion and friend browsing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The project has been supported in part by the HKU Seed Funding for Basic Research (#10208140 and #10400397).  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Chau10 fatcat:b5idoxx2jfdhhce7hkogwlmrce

Semantic Web Recommendation Application

Szymon Lazaruk, Jakub Dzikowski, Monika Kaczmarek, Witold Abramowicz
2012 Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
This paper focuses on a semantically-enhanced Social Web Recommendation application, called Taste It! Try It!  ...  It is a mobile restaurants' review and recommendation application based on a Linked Data source and integrated with a social network.  ...  Some core concepts of created application has been presented during the previous AITM conference [8] .  ... 
dblp:conf/fedcsis/LazarukDKA12 fatcat:pjbiarxbgbhvnnsxsy7m67pkzq

Web 2.0 applications in private banking - classification, potentials, and application fields

Alexander Pole, Thomas Puschmann, Michael Fischbach, Rainer Alt
2011 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper aims to analyze the potentials and application fields of Web 2.0 applications in private banking by developing a suitable classification system.  ...  Typical classification systems of Web 2.0 applications differentiate functional types of applications such as blogs, wikis, social networks or mash-ups.  ...  Web 2.0 The expression "Web 2.0" has been coined by Tim O'Reilly in 2004 through his "O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference" and his subsequent publication "What is Web 2.0" (O'Reilly 2005).  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/PolePFA11 fatcat:yx2yy2tlqzdihh64v27ssaqzgi

An Efficient Method for Constructing Personal DataSpace

Yukun Li, Xiaofeng Meng, Yubo Kou
2009 2009 Sixth Web Information Systems and Applications Conference  
Our experiments validate the effectiveness and efficiency of our methods, which can be integrated into personal information management systems, such as desktop search tools, and etc.  ...  In this paper, we propose a concept KnownBy to model the basic relationship between data items and users, and take it as the baseline for deciding if an item belongs to PDS.  ...  automatically built with our system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisa.2009.39 fatcat:xjwyjqrm4jfnvayrvtmptfkj5q

Business Intelligence Software for the Classroom: MicroStrategy Web and Analytic Applications

Barbara H. Wixom
2004 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The website now offers MicroStrategy Web (an interactive environment for business reporting and analysis, which provides ad hoc querying and analysis capabilities) and a variety of MicroStrategy analytic  ...  Business intelligence became a standard part of undergraduate and graduate curricula in recent years.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank Hugh Watson and Jeff Hoffer for their help with MicroStrategy resources and for their input into this tutorial.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Wixom04 fatcat:4cgapb34wfc7lgrosul2g4mlzm

A Maturity Model and Web Application for Environmental Management Benchmarking

Volker Frehe, Florian Stiel, Frank Teuteberg
2014 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The purpose of this paper is to inform about the results of implementing a web application (portal) for maturity assessment and benchmarking in the area of environmental management.  ...  The web application is developed under the Design Science methodology. The web application described in this contribution is the result of the third iteration of the design process.  ...  Marita Imhorst, who provided valuable insights, help and substantive feedback during the research process.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/FreheST14 fatcat:o6z43yheubfjvlb36auh53crui
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