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Natural Language Processing for Usage Based Indexing of Web Resources

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Natural Language Processing for Usage Based Indexing of Web Resources
Abstract. The identification of reliable and interesting items on Internet becomes more and more difficult and time consuming. This paper is a position paper describing our intended work in the framework of multimedia information retrieval by browsing techniques within web navigation. It relies on a usage-based indexing of resources: we ignore the nature, the content and the structure of resources. We describe a new approach taking advantage of the similarity between statistical modeling of language and document retrieval systems. A syntax of usage is computed that designs a Statistical Grammar of Usage (SGU). A SGU enables resources classification to perform a personalized navigation assistant tool. It relies both on collaborative filtering to compute virtual communities of users and classical statistical language models. The resulting SGU is a community dependent SGU.
Anne Boyer, Armelle Brun
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECIR
Authors Anne Boyer, Armelle Brun
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