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Decomposition-Based Optimization of Reload Strategies in the World Wide Web

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Decomposition-Based Optimization of Reload Strategies in the World Wide Web
Web sites, Web pages and the data on pages are available only for specific periods of time and are deleted afterwards from a client’s point of view. An important task in order to retrieve information from the Web is to consider Web information in the course of time. Different strategies like push and pull strategies may be applied for this task. Since push services are usually not available, pull strategies have to be conceived in order to optimize the retrieved information with respect to the age of retrieved data and its completeness. In this article we present a new procedure to optimize retrieved data from Web pages by page decomposition. By deploying an automatic Wrapper induction technique a page is decomposed into functional segments. Each segment is considered as an independent component for the analysis of the time behavior of the page. Based on this decomposition we present a new component-based download strategy. By applying this method to Web pages it is shown that for ...
Dirk Kukulenz
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WISE
Authors Dirk Kukulenz
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