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2002
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Aliasing on the world wide web: prevalence and performance implications
Aliasing occurs in Web transactions when requests containing different URLs elicit replies containing identical data payloads. Conventional caches associate stored data with URLs ...
Terence Kelly, Jeffrey C. Mogul
CN
2007
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11 years 5 months ago
On the peninsula phenomenon in web graph and its implications on web search
Web masters usually place certain web pages such as home pages and index pages in front of others. Under such a design, it is necessary to go through some pages to reach the desti...
Tao Meng, Hong-Fei Yan
IJWIS
2007
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11 years 5 months ago
World's first web census
: Purpose — To measure the exact size of the World Wide Web (i.e., a census). The measure used is the number of publicly accessible web servers on port 80. Design/methodology/app...
Darcy G. Benoit, André Trudel
WWW
2003
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Comparing link marker visualization techniques: changes in reading behavior
Links are one of the most important means for navigation in the World Wide Web. However, the visualization of and the interaction with Web links have been scarcely explored, altho...
Hartmut Obendorf, Harald Weinreich
CN
1999
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11 years 4 months ago
The Gecko NFS Web Proxy
The World-Wide Web provides remote access to pages using its own naming scheme (URLs), transfer protocol (HTTP), and cache algorithms. Not only does using these special-purpose me...
Scott M. Baker, John H. Hartman
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