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4th IEEE International Workshop on
Advanced Issues of E-Commerce and Web-based Information Systems
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June 26-28, 2002, Newport Beach, California, USA

http://linux.ece.uci.edu/TFEC/wecwis.html


The pervasive connectivity of the Internet and the powerful architecture
of the WWW have created a tremendous opportunity for conducting business
on the Internet. The terms e-commerce and e-business have been used to
describe those systems and technologies that make conducting business
on the Internet possible. The purpose of this workshop is to identify
and explore the technical and related technology management issues and
solutions for e-commerce on the Internet. In particular, we are interested
in the infrastructure issues to facilitate e-commerce and Web-based
information systems. The WECWIS workshop is to be a forum for free
exchange of ideas. Particularly welcome are reports on experimental work,
experience with current standards and position papers addressing current
and future needs of e-commerce and Web-based information systems. It is
planned to select the best papers for a special issue of an IEEE journal.

Topics for submission include but are not limited to:

Personalization and content management for e-commerce systems
Real-time Internet delivery technologies and scheduling protocols
Content distribution, caching and collaborative proxies
Security issues for e-commerce systems
Data mining techniques for e-commerce systems
Web-based information systems
Java technologies for e-commerce systems
QoS support in e-commerce systems
E-commerce based business models and architectures
Technologies for revenue management and flexible pricing
Integration of e-commerce servers with legacy systems
Web content hosting and replication
Transaction and work-flow management for e-commerce systems
User interface support for e-commerce
Auction and negotiation technology
Formation of supply chains, coalitions, and virtual enterprises
Dynamic pricing
Collaborative Commerce
Mobile Commerce

Submissions:
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Authors are invited to submit regular papers, reports on work in progress,
as well as proposals for panel discussions. The paper should not exceed 22
double-spaced, 8.5 x 11-inch pages  (including figures, tables and
references) in 10-12 point font.  The title page should include a maximum
150-word abstract, five keywords, full mailing address, e-mail address,
phone numbers, and a designated contact author. Submission should be made
electronically and must arrive by midnight (EST) on the submission due
date.

Electronic Submission: E-mail one PDF version of your manuscript to the
program chair at wecwis02@us.ibm.com.

Important Dates:
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5 January 2002 Submission of papers (by 12 midnight, EST)
15 March 2002 Notification of acceptance
25 April 2002 Camera-Ready copy of accepted papers due
26-28 June 2002 Workshop starts!

Organizing Committee
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General Chair: Kwei-Jay Lin, UCI
Program Co-Chairs: Martin Bichler and Jen-Yao Chung, IBM Research, USA
Publicity Chair: Christof Weinhart, Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany
Publication Chair: Sang Hyuk Son, University of Virginia, USA
Web Chair: Haifei Li, IBM Research, USA

Program Committee
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K. Aberer, EPFL, Switzerland
E. Bertino, Univ. di Milano, Italy
L. Bing, Univ. of Singapore, Singapore
A. Buchmann, TU Darmstadt, Germany
H.-U. Buhl, Univ. of Augsburg, Germany
A. Celik, Santa Clara University, USA
D. Chen, Zhejiang Univ., China
M.-S. Chen, NTU, Taiwan
L. Cherkasova, HP, USA
S. Field, IBM Zurich, Switzerland
B. Gavish, Vanderbilt University, USA
G. Kersten, Concordia University, Canada
W. Koenig, Frankfurt University, Germany
N. Komoda, Osaka Univ., Japan
R. Krishnan, CMU, USA
G. Mueller, Univ. of Freiburg, Germany
S. Narasimhan, GIT, USA
G. Neumann, WU Vienna, Austria
G. Pernul, University of Essen, Germany
K. Ramamritham, IIT-Bombay, India
B. Schmid, Univ. of St. Gallen, Switzerland
W. Lamersdorf, Hamburg University, Germany
M.-C. Shan, HP, USA
M. Shaw, University of Illinois, USA
S. Shim, San Jose State U., USA
S. Son, Univeristy of Virginia, USA
S. Su, University of Florida, USA
A Tjoa, TU Vienna, Austria
J. Tsai, UIC, USA
C. Weinhardt, Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany
H. Werthner, itc, Italy
K.-L. Wu, IBM Research, USA
W. Zhao, Texas A&M Univ., USA

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Martin Bichler, PhD
E-Commerce Department, IBM T. J. Watson Reaearch Center, NY, USA
tel: 914-945-3310 (T/L 862-3310) fax: 914-945-2141