Tuesday, 12 Dec 1995

Note: This program is subject to change.

Tuesday, 12 December 1995

8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Opening Plenary Session
Copley Marriott

10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Copley Marriott - Third Floor

10:30 - 12:00 noon
General Sessions

12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Hynes Center

2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
General Sessions

3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Exhibit Hall

4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
General Session

5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Poster Sessions
Copley Marriott - Third Floor Atrium Lounge

6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Copley Marriott - Third Floor

7:30 -10:00 p.m.
Copley Marriott Grand Ballroom

Tuesday, 12 December 1995

Opening Plenary Session: 8:30 - 10:00a.m.

Welcome Address
Conference Co-chairs, Albert Vezza and Ira Goldstein

There's No Bits Like Show Bits
Bran Ferren, Imagineering, VP, Disney Corp.

Coffee: 10:00 - 10:30 a.m. (Copley Marriott, Third Floor)

General Sessions: 10:30 - 12:00 noon
(Marriott Salons E, F, G and Hynes Center Rooms 302, 304, 306)

P00 - Survey

Marriott Salon G
Chair: Detlef Krömker, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics

Results from the Third WWW User Survey
James E. Pitkow, Colleen M. Kehoe

IP1 - Invited Presentation (immediately following P00)

Marriott Salon G
Chair: Detlef Krömker, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics

Get Connected
John Patrick, Vice President, IBM Internet Applications

P01 - Collaborative Systems

Marriott Salon F
Chair: Roy T. Fielding, University of California at Irvine

The Open Meeting: A Web-Based System for Conferencing and Collaboration
Roger Hurwitz, John Mallery

Using Versioning to Provide Collaboration on the WWW
Fabio Vitali, David G. Durand

Group Asynchronous Browsing on the World Wide Web
Kent Wittenburg, Duco Das, Will Hill, Larry SBreakd

Supporting Collaborative Information Sharing with the WWW: The BSCW Shared Workspace System
Richard Bentley, Thilo Horstmann, Klaas Sikkel, Jonathan Trevor

P02 - Objects on W3

Marriott Salon E
Chair: Karen Sollins, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science

A Web of Distributed Objects
Owen Rees, Nigel Edwards, Mark Madsen, Mike Beasley, Ashley McClenaghan

W3Objects: Bringing Object-Oriented Technology to the Web
David Ingham, Mark Little, Steve Caughey, Santosh Shrivastava

P03 - Caching (immediately following P02)

Marriott Salon E
Chair: Karen Sollins, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science

Making World Wide Web Caching Servers Cooperate
Radhika Malpani, Jacob Lorch, David Berger

Caching Proxies: Limitations and Potentials
Marc Abrams, Charles R. Standridge, Ghaleb Abdulla, Stephen Williams, Edward A. Fox

P04 - Resource Discovery

Hynes Center Room 302
Chair: Stuart Weibel, OCLC, Office of Research

IAFA Templates in Use as Internet Metadata
Dave Beckett

A World Wide Web Resource Discovery System
Budi Yuwono, Savio L. Lam, Jerry H. Ying, Dik L. Lee

The Krakatoa Chronicle: An Interactive, Personalized Newspaper on the Web
Tomonari Kamba, Krishna Bharat, Michael C. Albers

Web Map: Concept Mapping on the Web
Brian R. Gaines, Mildred L. G. Shaw

P05 - Tools for Building Webs Over Databases

Hynes Center Room 304
Chair: John Kunze, University of California, San Francisco

SWOOP: An Application Generator for ORACLE WWW Systems
Andrew Hunter, Ian Ferguson, Steven Hedges

Multi-Service Search and Comparison Using the MetaCrawler
Erik Selberg, Oren Etzioni

DB: Browsing Object-Oriented Databases Over the Web
C. Varela, D. Nekhayev, P. Chandrasekharan, C. Krishnan, V. Govindan, D. Modgil, S. Siddiqui, D. Lebedenko, M. Winslett

P06 - W3 Applied to Education

Hynes Center Room 306
Chair: Yuri Rubinsky, SoftQuad Inc.

Toward a New Educational Environment
Ming-Chih Lai, Bih-Horng Chen, Shyan-Ming Yuan

CyberProf: An Intelligent Human-Computer Interface for Asynchronous Wide Area Training and Breakching
Alfred W. Hubler, Andrew M. Assad

A Modular Training System for Education in the WWW Environment
U. Schroeder, B. Tritsch, A. Krjerriem-Jasnoch

A WWW Learning Environment for Mathematics
Jari Multisilta, Kostadin Antchev, Markku Luhtalahti, Seppo Pohjolainen, Kari Syomela

Lunch: 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. (Hynes Center)

Invited Presentation

Converging On-line and Internet Worlds
Edward A. Bennett, President & CEO, Prodigy Services Co.

General Sessions: 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

IP2, IP3 - Invited Presentations

Marriott Salon G
Chair: Thomas Greene, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science, W3C

Navigating the Information Superhighway Using Speech
Victor Zue and David Goddeau, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science

Best Paper: Asia/Pacific WWW Conference, Sydney, Australia 1995

Marriott Salon G
Chair: Thomas Greene, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science, W3C

A Generic Map Interface to Query Geographical Information Using the World Wide Web
David Crossley, Tony Boston
Environmental Resources Information Network, Australia

PAN1 - Knowledge Representation and the Web

Marriott Salon F
Co-chairs: John C. Mallery, Patrick Winston, MIT-Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

How Can We Turn Information on the Web into Knowledge We Can Use?

PAN2 - Future of Object Technology on the Web

Marriott Salon E
Chair: Mark Madsen, The ANSA Project, APM Ltd.

How Can Object Technology Be Applied to the World Wide Web

P07 - W3 Software Design Techniques

Hynes Center Room 302
Chair: Terry Lund, Eastman Kodak Co.

WWW Meets Linda: Linda for Global WWW-Based Transaction
Werner J. Schoenfeldinger

Interface-Parasite Gateways
Robert A. Barta, Manfred Hauswirth

IS3 - Best Paper: WWW National Conference 1995, Portugal (immediately following P07)

Hynes Center Room 302
Chair: Terry Lund, Eastman Kodak Co.

Classifying Internet Objects
F. Luís Neves, José N. Oliveira
Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal

PAN3 - Workshop Reports

Hynes Center Room 304
Chair: Stavros Macrakis, OSF Research Institute

Summary Reports of Monday Workshops

Web Access to Legacy Data
Leon Shklar, Kshitij Shah

Design and Manufacturing on the Web
Ken Meltsner, Paul Losleben

WWW for Civic Networking by Local Authorities
Mirko Labbri, Todd Marinoff

Web Accessibility for the Disabled
Michael G. Paciello

PAN4 - WWW and Education

Hynes Center Room 306
Chair: Andy Carvin

What are the Real Benefits of Putting K-12 Classes on the Web?

3:30 - 4:00 p.m. - Refreshment Break

General Session: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

IP4 - Invited Presentation

Marriott Salons G & F

Five Years On
Tim Berners-Lee, MIT-Laboratory for Computer Science, and Director of W3C

Birds of a Feather Sessions will occur in Other Rooms from 4 to 5 PM

Poster Sessions: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. (Copley Marriott Third Floor Atrium Lounge)

Reception: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. (Reception - Copley Marriott Third Floor)

Banquet: 7:30 -10:00 p.m. (Copley Marriott Grand Ballroom)

Created 03 Nov 1995
Last updated 28 Nov 1995