ANNOUNCEMENT: New publication for World Wide Web and Internet research

Argi Krikelis argy.krikelis at aspex.co.uk
Thu Jan 22 15:36:59 EST 1998

World Wide Web Communications

A new online publishing environment for World Wide Web and Internet


World Wide Web Communications is an online publishing environment 
supported by Elsevier Science for early dissemination of articles, 
papers, tutorials and related information of interest to researchers 
and practitioners dealing with the challenges resulted from the 
globalization of information access, especially in the areas related 
closely to the World Wide Web and the Internet.

World Wide Web Communications aims to cover research topics of interest 
to both researchers in academic and industrial environments. Topics may 
include, but not restricted to, technical issues such as distributed 
computing, collaborative work, World Wide Web information storage, 
retrieval and security aspects, as well as others with a social
which stress aspects of implementation for the development of the 
Information Society. A special focus on the emerging aspects of new 
media forms and environments is encouraged.

Starting in 1988, peer-reviewed contributions to World Wide Web 
Communications will appear online bimonthly. Selected papers may be 
published within special issues of the Computer Networks & ISDN Systems 
journal with an additional review procedure and subject to the final 
agreement of the editor.

Submission Details

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original research,
innovative case studies, actual project experiences, state-of-the-art 
surveys, and tutorials in the topics related to the scope of World 
Wide Web Communications. The language of World Wide Web Communications 
is English. All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed.

Submissions should be in uuencoded, gzipped, postscript or Adobe PDF 
forms and e-mailed to argy.krikelis at aspex.co.uk. Manuscripts must be 
made printable on standard A4 size paper (8.268 by 11.693 inches). In 
cases where electronic submission is not possible, send 4 copies to:

  Argy Krikelis
  Aspex Microsystems Ltd.
  Brunel University
  Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
  United Kingdom

Every manuscript must have:

  * Title Page containing manuscript title, author name(s), postal and
    e-mail addresses, phone and fax numbers.
  * Abstract page.
  * Keywords and Phrases that characterize the theme of the manuscript 
    appearing at the bottom of the Abstract Page.

In principle and within reason, there is no length limitation on 
the submitted manuscripts. A manuscript's length is judged with 
respect to the quality of its content.

Submitted manuscripts do not have to follow any particular format 
and style. After acceptance of a manuscript for publication, its 
author(s) will be required to follow specific instructions.

For further informations about World Wide Web Communications you can

  Argy Krikelis
  Aspex Microsystems Ltd.
  Brunel University
  Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
  United Kingdom

  Tel: +44 1895 203184
  Fax: +44 1895 203185
  E-mail: argy.krikelis at aspex.co.uk

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