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CFP: Social Linking Track at Hypertext 2008

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*****  To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org  *****

Social Linking Track at Hypertext 2008: The Nineteenth ACM Conference  
on Hypertext and Hypermedia

http://www.sigweb.org/ht08/home/soclinking.html

June 19th-21st 2008, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

*** Social Linking Track: Call for Papers (technical paper submission  
deadline: February 11th 2008)

The ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia is the acknowledged  
venue for high quality peer-reviewed research on linking. The web,  
the semantic web and the Web 2.0 are all manifestations of the  
success of the link. The Hypertext Conference provides the forum for  
research that considers links, their semantics, their presentation,  
the applications they have been put to, the knowledge that can be  
derived from their analysis and their effect of society. If  
information is connected, then the connection is called a link, and  
the Hypertext Conference is concerned with all research concerning  
links. HT08 will consist of four independent tracks, each with its  
own track committee. In particular, we want to call your attention to  
the exciting track on Social Linking, co-chaired by Filippo Menczer  
(Indiana University) and Ciro Cattuto (ISI Foundation).

One of the most exciting recent developments in Web science is the  
rise of social annotation, by which users can easily markup other  
authors' resources via collaborative mechanisms such as tagging,  
filtering, voting, editing, classification, and rating. These social  
processes lead to the emergence of many types of links between  
texts,  users, concepts, pages, articles, media, and so on. We  
welcome submissions on design, analysis, and modeling of information  
systems driven by social linking. Topics of interest include:

* Design of collaborative annotation mechanisms
* Critical mass and incentives of social participation (e.g. games)
* User interfaces for collaborative annotation
* Applications to search, retrieval, recommendation, and navigation
* Explicit vs. inferred social links (e.g. mining query logs)
* Integration with content-based systems  (e.g. linking in blogs)
* Socially induced measures of similarity, relatedness, or distance
* Co-evolution of social, information, and semantic networks
* Analysis of structure and dynamics of social information networks
* Behavioral patterns of social linking
* Linguistic analysis of social annotation spaces
* Formal and generative models of social annotation
* Unstructured vs. structured social knowledge representations
* Implementation and scalability of social link representations
* Automatic and user-based evaluation
* Robustness against spam and other forms of social abuse

All submissions should be formatted according to the official ACM SIG  
proceedings template (http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/ 
template.html). Accepted papers will appear in the formal Conference  
Proceedings, published by ACM. All material will be available through  
the ACM Digital Library. Details about submission will be soon  
available at the conference site (http://www.ht2008.org/). You can  
also find information there about the other HT08 tracks: Information  
Linking and Organization, Applications of  Hypertext, and Hypertext,  
Culture, and Communication.

*** Social Linking Senior Program Committee:

* Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Yahoo! Research Barcelona
* Junghoo Cho, UCLA
* Lee Giles, PSU
* Bernardo Huberman, HP Labs
* Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University
* Raghu Ramakrishnan, Yahoo! Research
* Luc Steels, Sony CSL Paris

*** Social Linking Program Committee:

* Lada Adamic, University of Michigan
* Ruj Akavipat, Indiana University
* Harith Alani, University of Southampton
* Andrea Baldassarri, Sapienza University of Rome
* Stefano Battiston, ETH Zurich
* Rik Belew, UCSD
* Dominik Benz, University of Kassel
* Johan Bollen, LANL
* Shannon Bradshaw, Drew University
* Andrea Capocci, Sapienza University of Rome
* Riley Crane, ETH Zurich
* Debora Donato, Yahoo! Research Barcelona
* Scott Golder, HP Labs
* Peter Hanappe, Sony CSL Paris
* Paul Heymann, Stanford University
* Bettina Hoser, University of Karlsruhe
* Andreas Hotho, University of Kassel
* Jeannette Janssen, Dalhousie University
* Pranam Kolari, Yahoo!
* Marc Light, The Thomson Corporation
* Bing Liu, UIC
* Vittorio Loreto, Sapienza University of Rome
* Ana Maguitman, Universidad Nacional del Sur
* Massimi Marchiori, University of Padova
* Ben Markines, ISI Foundation
* Paolo Massa, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
* Mark Meiss, Indiana University
* Peter Mika, Yahoo! Research Barcelona
* Evangelos Milios, Dalhousie University
* David Millen, IBM
* John Paolillo, Indiana University
* Filippo Radicchi, ISI Foundation
* Jacob Ratkiewicz, ISI Foundation
* Luis Rocha, Indiana University
* Heather Roinestad, Indiana University
* Vito D.P. Servedio, Sapienza University of Rome
* Frank Smadja, Toluna
* Steffen Staab, University of Koblenz-Landau
* Gerd Stumme, University of Kassel
* Martin Svensson, Ericsson Research
* Eugenio Tisselli, Sony CSL
* Paris Roelof van Zwol, Yahoo! Research Barcelona
* Karin Verspoor, LANL
* Alan Wexelblat, HOVIR
* Le-Shin Wu, Indiana University

*** Technical Paper Stream

February 11th 2008 submission deadline
March 21st 2008 authors informed of results of reviewing
April 4th 2008 final Papers to ACM

Full Papers:
Full technical papers (10 pages) should present significant  
scientific advances that are at a mature stage of development. We are  
looking for full papers that present relevant contributions to  
research, development, and practice in the area of hypertext and  
hypermedia. We are also interested in survey papers which present an  
authoritative and original perspective on an area of interest.

Short Papers:
Short papers (5 pages) should present interesting recent results or  
novel thought-provoking ideas that are not quite ready for a regular  
full-length paper, or where the research has limited scope or the  
results have lesser significance.

*** Posters and Demonstrations

March 28th 2008 submission deadline
April 9th 2008 committee decisions to authors
April 16th 2008 final copy to ACM

Poster presentations and demonstrations (2 pages in the proceedings)  
are solicited, which present new ideas, generate interest in a  
research area, or describe or demonstrate useful or interesting work  
that is not substantial enough for a technical paper presentation.

*** Organizaton

General Chair: Peter Brusilovsky, University of Pittsburgh
Program  Chair: Hugh Davis, University of Southampton, UK
LOC Chair: Stephen Hirtle,  University of Pittsburgh, USA
Treasurer: Rosta Farzan, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Program Track Chairs

Information Linking and Organization
Paul de Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Frank  Shipman, Texas A&M University, USA

Social Linking
Filippo Menczer, Indiana University, USA
Ciro Cattuto, ISI foundation, Italy

Applications of  Hypertext
Erik Duval, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Hypertext, Culture, and Communication
Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems, Inc., USA

Workshop Chair: David  Millard, University of Southampton, UK
Hyperdrama Festival: Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems, Inc., USA

*** Location

ACM Hypertext 2008 will take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  
ranked #1 Most  Livable City in America. It is co-located and  
scheduled directly after ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital  
Libraries (http://www.jcdl2008.org/). The two conferences will meet  
again in Pittsburgh, 10 years years after ACM Hypertext 1998 and ACM  
Digital Libraries 1998 were last co-located there. In 2008, both  
conferences are being hosted by the School of Information Sciences at  
the  University of Pittsburgh (http://www.sis.pitt.edu/).  The  
Pittsburgh area is home to more than 25 colleges and universities,  
resulting in a vibrant and diverse community  of learners and  
teachers.  The region welcomes more than 10 million  visitors each  
year, who enjoy amenities and cultural attractions including  the  
world-class Carnegie Museums, the outstanding Pittsburgh Symphony  
Orchestra and the decades-long tradition of major league sports!   
Pittsburgh  is centrally located, being within 90 minutes flying time  
of the country's  major metropolitan areas.  While being challenged  
by the presentations  at Hypertext 2008, don't miss an opportunity to  
sample the museums,  the performing arts organizations and the city's  
charming and diverse  neighborhoods.

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