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JSCIC
2010
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The Kemeny Constant for Finite Homogeneous Ergodic Markov Chains
A quantity known as the Kemeny constant, which is used to measure the expected number of links that a surfer on the World Wide Web, located on a random web page, needs to follow b...
M. Catral, Stephen J. Kirkland, M. Neumann, N.-S. ...
JOEUC
2010
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End User Development and Meta-Design: Foundations for Cultures of Participation
, The first decade of the World Wide Web predominantly enforced a clear separation between designers and consumers. New technological developments, such as the cyberinfrastructure ...
Gerhard Fischer
FIS
2009
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Semantic Advertising for Web 3.0
Abstract. Advertising on the World Wide Web is based around automatically matching web pages with appropriate advertisements, in the form of banner ads, interactive adverts, or tex...
Edward Thomas, Jeff Z. Pan, Stuart Taylor, Yuan Re...
DRR
2009
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Enriching a document collection by integrating information extraction and PDF annotation
Modern digital libraries offer all the hyperlinking possibilities of the World Wide Web: when a reader finds a citation of interest, in many cases she can now click on a link to b...
Brett Powley, Robert Dale, Ilya Anisimoff
UM
2010
Springer
8 years 8 months ago
Mobile Web Profiling: A Study of Off-Portal Surfing Habits of Mobile Users
Abstract. The World Wide Web has provided users with the opportunity to access from any computer the largest set of information ever existing. Researchers have analyzed how such us...
Daniel Olmedilla, Enrique Frías-Martí...
IDEAL
2010
Springer
8 years 8 months ago
An Efficient Approach to Clustering Real-Estate Listings
World Wide Web (WWW) is a vast source of information, the problem of information overload is more acute than ever. Due to noise in WWW, it is becoming hard to find usable informati...
Maciej Grzenda, Deepak Thukral
TKDE
2010
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A Rule-Based Trust Negotiation System
—Open distributed environments such as the World Wide Web facilitate information sharing but provide limited support to the protection of sensitive information and resources. Tru...
Piero A. Bonatti, Juri Luca De Coi, Daniel Olmedil...
PUC
2010
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Making the ordinary visible in microblogs
Microblogging is a ‘‘Mobile Web 2.0’’ service category that enables brief blog-like postings from mobile terminals and PCs to the World Wide Web. To shed light on microblog...
Antti Oulasvirta, Esko Lehtonen, Esko Kurvinen, Mi...
EKAW
2010
Springer
8 years 8 months ago
Representing, Proving and Sharing Trustworthiness of Web Resources Using Veracity
The World Wide Web has evolved into a distributed network of web applications facilitating the publication of information on a large scale. Judging whether such information can be ...
Grégoire Burel, Amparo Elizabeth Cano, Matt...
TON
1998
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Using name-based mappings to increase hit rates
—Clusters of identical intermediate servers are often created to improve availability and robustness in many domains. The use of proxy servers for the World Wide Web (WWW) and of...
David Thaler, Chinya V. Ravishankar
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