Track Description

Under the influence of recent technological trends, there has been a shift from product-oriented to user-centered development and engineering of web information systems. Web-based information systems support different kinds of interaction among users thus enabling them to share created artifacts and combine disparate components from heterogeneous sources. In that respect, they do not only affect and improve organizational ecosystems, but are transformative force of knowledge society.

Being an ideal forum for researchers, professionals, and practitioners in the field, this track will provide in-depth coverage of the most relevant advances in all relevant aspects of the web information systems development and engineering. This track welcomes novel research contributions, cutting-edge practices, and empirical insights related to algorithms, methodologies, metrics, models, protocols, and tools aimed for the design, maintenance, evaluation, and improvement of web-based systems.

Track Chairs

Michael Lang, National University of Galway, Ireland
Francisco José Dominiguez-Mayo, University of Seville, Spain
Tihomir Orehovački, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Dijana Plantak Vukovac, University of Zagreb, Croatia

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