17.561 Hypertext '04

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty@kcl.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Jan 23 2004 - 01:50:05 EST

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 561.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

         Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2004 06:41:39 +0000
         From: hla@CS.NOTT.AC.UK
         Subject: Early submission deadline for papers: Hypertext '04

Just a quick reminder that the Early submission deadline for full papers
for Hypertext '04 is February 4th, 2004. The online submission software
is now ready for your submission and you can find it at the "Submit
papers" link at the top of the website's papers CFP.

The CFP is reproduced below. We look forward to receiving your paper!

                               Hypertext 2004

             Fifteenth ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
                August 9-13, 2004 : Santa Cruz, California USA

                             Call for Submissions

    The Fifteenth International ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
    will be held in Santa Cruz, California, August 9-13, 2004.

    The ACM Hypertext Conference is the foremost international conference
    on hypertext and hypermedia. It brings together scholars, researchers
    and practitioners from a diverse array of disciplines, united by a
    shared interest in innovative textual and multimedia information
    spaces - with emphasis on augmenting human capabilities via linking,
    structure, authoring, annotation and interaction.

    This year, in addition to the established conference themes, the
    conference is actively soliciting submissions at the intersections
    of hypermedia and Digital Libraries, Software Engineering and the
    Humanities. We welcome submissions on the representation, design,
    structuring, visualizing, navigating, and exploiting of the rich
    network of relationships found in these domains.

    Spatial hypertext (structuring information via visual cues and
    geometric arrangement) and ubiquitous hypermedia (in situ authoring
    and navigating relationships among real world objects) have recently
    emerged as significant research directions. They join our established
    themes of adaptive hypermedia, literary hypertext and systems and
    structures. This latter topic knits together the research themes
    of open hypermedia, structural computing, design and reflection.

    In a bold experiment, for the first time we will be accepting
    hypertext submissions of research results. We are keenly interested
    in how judicious use of nonlinear narrative and rich linking can
    enhance communication of research ideas. We encourage you to consider
    submitting your paper as a hypertext. Please see the Web site for
    further details about hypertext submission.

    We will also be operating a rolling review process. Papers and
    hypertexts received before the early submission deadline will receive
    reviewers' feedback at least a week before the final submission
    deadline, facilitating revised submissions where appropriate.

Key dates

    Early submission deadline: February 4, 2004
    Full papers & hypertexts: March 12, 2004
    Short papers: May 28, 2004
    Poster & demo abstracts: June 11, 2004

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