The World-Wide-Web is now a ubiquitous, global tool, used for finding information, communicating ideas, carrying out distributed computation, and conducting business, learning and science.
The web is highly dynamic in the quantity and nature of the information that it encompasses, posing a host of challenges in managing distributed information and computation over the web. There is a need to understand how the topology, information content and usage of the web change, and to develop techniques for organising and manipulating web information which can handle and exploit its inherent dynamics. Access to the web may be from a variety of devices and interfaces, by different users at different locations, and at varying times. There is thus also is a need for techniques which dynamically adapt information presentation to the mode of access and to the specific user requirements.
Motivated by these challenges, we organised the first and second workshops on Web Dynamics in 2001 and 2002.
The four key areas of interest to this third workshop are:
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