We received 76 submissions, of which 54 full papers, 18 short papers and 4 posters. Each submission was reviewed by at least three program committee members, followed by a metareview by the track chair. We have been able to accept 16 full papers, 23 short papers and 11 posters.

Below you find the list of papers that were accepted for the Main Proceedings of Hypertext 2016.

Full Papers

Download and Cache Management for HTML5 Hypervideo Players
Britta Meixner and Christoph Einsiedler
Ted Nelson Newcomer Award

Where is the Goldmine? Finding Promising Business Locations through Facebook Data Analytics
Jovian Lin, Richard Jayadi Oentaryo, Ee-Peng Lim, Casey Vu, Adrian Vu and Agus Kwee

Social Media-Based Collaborative Information Access: Analysis of Online Crisis-Related Twitter Conversations
Lynda Tamine, Laure Soulier, Lamjed Ben Jabeur, Fred Amblard, Chihab Hanachi, Gilles Hubert and Camille Roth

Trends in Eye Tracking Scanpaths: Segmentation Effect?
Sukru Eraslan, Yeliz Yesilada and Simon Harper

Can Disputed Topic Suggestion Enhance User Consideration of Information Credibility in Web Search?
Yusuke Yamamoto and Satoshi Shimada

Friendship Maintenance and Prediction in Multiple Social Networks
Roy Lee and Ee-Peng Lim

Assessing the Navigational Effects of Click Biases and Link Insertion on the Web
Florian Geigl, Kristina Lerman, Simon Walk, Markus Strohmaier and Denis Helic

Patterns of Sculptural Hypertext in Location Based Narratives
Charlie Hargood, Verity Hunt, Mark Weal and David Millard
Douglas Engelbart Best Paper Award

Spatio-Temporal Parsing in Spatial Hypermedia
Thomas Schedel and Claus Atzenbeck

Guiding Users through Asynchronous Meeting Content with Hypervideo Playback Plans
Andreas Girgensohn, Jennifer Marlow, Frank Shipman and Lynn Wilcox

Assessing Review Recommendation Techniques under a Ranking Perspective
Luciana Maroun, Mirella Moro, Jussara Almeida and Ana Paula Couto Da Silva

Extracting Health-related Social Structures from Conversations in Twitter
Abduljaleel Al Rubaye and Ronaldo Menezes

Summarizing Situational Tweets in Crisis Scenario
Koustav Rudra, Siddhartha Banerjee, Niloy Ganguly, Pawan Goyal, Muhammad Imran and Prasenjit Mitra

Comparing Community-based Information Adoption and Diffusion Across Different Microblogging Sites
Xiaozhong Liu, Xing Yu, Zheng Gao, Tian Xia and Johan Bollen

Teens Engage More with Fewer Photos: Temporal and Comparative Analysis on Behaviors in Instagram
Jin Yea Jang, Kyungsik Han, Dongwon Lee, Haiyan Jia and Patrick C. Shih

Seven Words You Can’t Say on Answerbag
Rich Gazan

Short Papers

The Influence of Frequency, Recency and Semantic Context on the Reuse of Tags in Social Tagging Systems
Dominik Kowald and Elisabeth Lex

Using Online Controlled Experiments to Examine Authority Effects on User Behavior in Email Campaigns
Kwan Hui Lim, Ee-Peng Lim, Binyan Jiang and Palakorn Achananuparp

Development of Failure Detection System for Network Control using Collective Intelligence of Social Networking Service in Large-Scale Disasters
Chihiro Maru, Miki Enoki, Akihiro Nakao, Shu Yamamoto, Saneyasu Yamaguchi and Masato Oguchi

Exploring Maintenance Practices in Crowd-Mapping
Giovanni Quattrone, Martin Dittus and Licia Capra

Classical Hypermedia Virtues on the Web with Webstrates
Niels Olof Bouvin and Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose

There is something beyond the Twitter network
Andrzej Pacuk, Piotr Sankowski, Karol Wegrzycki and Piotr Wygocki

Storyspace 3
Mark Bernstein

What Happens Offline Stays Offline? Identifiers of the Sustainability of Hybrid Social Web Systems
Di Lu, Rosta Farzan and Yu-Ru Lin

Search Tactics of Images’ Textual Descriptions
Yiling Lin, Ren-Yi Hong and Wen-Lin Lan

ALAT: Finally an Easy To Use Adaptation Authoring Tool
Paul De Bra, Natalia Stash, Wouter Boereboom, Celine Chen, Joris den Ouden, Martijn Kunstman, John Oostrum and Egon Verbakel

Analyzing the Perceptions of Change in a Distributed Collection of Web Documents
Luis Meneses, Sampath Jayarathna, Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman

High Enough? Explaining and Predicting Traveler Satisfaction Using Airline Review
Emanuel Lacic, Dominik Kowald and Elisabeth Lex

Approximate Contagion Model of Common Knowledge on Facebook
Gizem Korkmaz, Chris Kuhlman, S. S. Ravi and Fernando Vega-Redondo

Mining Interaction Patterns in the Design of Web Applications for Improving User Experience
Vassiliki Gkantouna, Athanasios Tsakalidis and Giannis Tzimas

Understanding and Predicting Online Food Recipe Production Patterns
Tomasz Kusmierczyk, Christoph Trattner and Kjetil Nørvåg

Human vs. Automated Text Analysis: Estimating Positive and Negative Mood
Kathryn Ziemer and Gizem Korkmaz

The effect of synonym substitution on search results
Michael Antunovic, Ivan Lee and Helen Ashman

The Role of Comments’ Controversy in Large-Scale Online Discussion Forums
Adithya Aggarwal, Claudia Lopez and Sharon Hsiao

Identifying Basic Level Entities in a Data Graph
Marwan Al-Tawil, Vania Dimitrova, Dhavalkumar Thakker and Brandon Bennett

Issue-Focused Documentaries versus Other Films: Rating and Type Prediction based on User-Authored Reviews
Ming Jiang and Jana Diesner

Classification of Twitter Accounts into Targeting Accounts and Non-Targeting Accounts
Hikaru Takemura and Keishi Tajima

Cross-System Recommendation: User-modelling via Social Media versus Self-Declared Preferences
Sultan Alanazi, James Goulding and Derek McAuley

A Fuzzy-Based Personalized Recommender System for Local Business
Chun-Hua Tsai


Posters will be presented during the poster and demo reception on Monday, 11 July, along with the creative track exhibition and a theatre performance.

Note for poster authors: the poster boards are square, 4 x 4 feet (48 x 48 inches or 122 x 122 cm), so please size your posters accordingly.

On Profiling Bots in Twitter
Richard Jayadi Oentaryo, Jia-Wei Low, Arinto Murdopo, Philips Kokoh Prasetyo and Ee-Peng Lim

Improving Website Navigation with the Wisdom of Crowds
Naureen Nizam

Personalized Web Search and User Satisfaction: A User-centered Study
Sara Salehi, Jia Tina Du and Helen Ashman

The Influence of Features and Demographics on the Perception of Twitter as a Serendipitous Environment
Lori McCay-Peet and Anabel Quan-Haase

Framework for Sentiment Analysis of Arabic Text
Latifah Almuqren and Alexandra Cristea

E3 : Keyphrase based News Event Exploration Engine
Nikita Jain, Swati Gupta and Dhaval Patel

Understanding Language Diversity in Local Twitter Communities
Amr Magdy

A new hierarchical clustering algorithm to identify non-overlapping like-minded communities
Talasila Sai Deepak, Hindol Adhya, Shyamal Kejriwal, Bhanuteja Gullapalli and Saswata Shannigrahi

Linked Research: the next generation of scholarly communication on the Web
Sarven Capadisli, Amy Guy, Christoph Lange, Sören Auer and Nicola Greco

A Comparative Study of Visual Cues for Annotation-Based Navigation Support in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia
Roya Hosseini and Peter Brusilovsky

Cooperation in Social Web: Integrating Mobile Groupware and Mobile Social Media
Weigang Wang

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10-13 July 2016 - Halifax, Canada

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Important Dates

Registration and Support

10 June 2016: Student Support
17 June 2016: Advance Registration

Deadlines are always at 23:59 (Hawaii Time Zone)


15 January 2016: Workshop and Tutorial Proposals

Main Proceedings
(Full Papers, Short Papers, Posters)

22 February 2016: Submission Deadline (extended)
1 April 2016: Notifications
9 May 2016: Camera-Ready

Extended Proceedings
(Creative Track, Late-Breaking Results, Demos, Doctoral Consortium, Workshop Papers)

27 May 2016: Paper Submission (extended)
10 June 2016: Notifications
1 July 2016: Camera-Ready