8th International Conference on Web Engineering 2008

Workshop on Web and Portals Quality (WEPOQ2008) [Cancelled]

The growing demand of software with quality has made the quality a discriminator factor among software products, and therefore a key factor for software success.

Advances in technology and the use of Internet have favored the appearance of a great variety of web software applications. As a result, over the past decade the number of organizations which make use of web applications have grown dramatically. These web applications are used by different companies with the aim of giving several services to their clients. And on the other hand, different kinds of users use these web applications in order to make deals. In both settings, the quality is relevant. In the first case, it is fundamental the quality of web applications in order to give a good service and assure the loyalty of users. In the second case, the quality is also important in order to users can achieve their objectives in a proper way.

A common use of these web applications is to integrate them into web portals. A web portal is a site that aggregates information from multiple sources on the Web and organizes this material in an easy user-friendly manner. Therefore, it is fundamental the quality of the individual applications which are aggregated into the portal as well as the quality of the whole portal.

Bearing all this in mind, the goal of this workshop is to bring together members of the academic, research, and industrial community interested in Web and portal quality. We encourage original submissions (even if they are related to first-steps idea) in any field of quality and dependability of the Web.

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Web and portal Data Quality
  • Web and portal Quality: design, development, modelling requirements,...
  • Web and portal Quality in use - Portlets Quality, Web services
  • Web and portal accessibility, usability, ergonomics,...
  • Web and portal Quality measures - Web and portal Quality models, frameworks, methodologies, ...
  • Web Quality Visualization

Web Site of the Workshop

Further information is available at the workshop web site: http://alarcos.esi.uclm.es/wepoq2008/

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