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DAC
1995
ACM
9 years 10 months ago
The Case for Design Using the World Wide Web
— Most information and services required today by designers will soon become available as documents distributed in a wide area hypermedia network. New integration services are re...
Mário J. Silva, Randy H. Katz
IPM
2006
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9 years 7 months ago
How are we searching the World Wide Web? A comparison of nine search engine transaction logs
The Web and especially major Web search engines are essential tools in the quest to locate online information for many people. This paper reports results from research that examin...
Bernard J. Jansen, Amanda Spink
HCI
1997
9 years 8 months ago
Page Design Guidelines for Improving World Wide Web Navigation
Navigation is one of the most critical aspects of browsing pages in the World Wide Web. Users spend a significant amount of time moving from page to page in search of the desired ...
Néstor J. Rodríguez, José A. ...
CHI
1996
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
The WebBook and the Web Forager: An Information Workspace for the World-Wide Web
The World-Wide Web has achieved global connectivity stimulating the transition of computers from knowledge processors to knowledge sources. But the Web and its client software are...
Stuart K. Card, George G. Robertson, William York
ISMIR
2004
Springer
126views Music» more  ISMIR 2004»
10 years 15 days ago
Sound, Music and Textual Associations on the World Wide Web
Sound files on the World Wide Web are accessed from web pages. To date, this relationship has not been explored extensively in the MIR literature. This paper details a series of ...
Ian Knopke
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