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Archiving the web using page changes patterns: a case study

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Archiving the web using page changes patterns: a case study
A pattern is a model or a template used to summarize and describe the behavior (or the trend) of a data having generally some recurrent events. Patterns have received a considerable attention in recent years and were widely studied in the data mining field. Various pattern mining approaches have been proposed and used for different applications such as network monitoring, moving object tracking, financial or medical data analysis, scientific data processing, etc. In these different contexts, discovered patterns were useful to detect anomalies, to predict data behavior (or trend), or more generally, to simplify data processing or to improve system performance. However, to the best of our knowledge, patterns have never been used in the context of web archiving. Web archiving is the process of continuously collecting and preserving portions of the World Wide Web for future generations. In this paper, we show how patterns of page changes can be useful tools to efficiently archive web...
Myriam Ben Saad, Stéphane Gançarski
Added 15 Sep 2011
Updated 15 Sep 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where JCDL
Authors Myriam Ben Saad, Stéphane Gançarski
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