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Effective Display of Browsable Classification on the WWW and other Hypertext Media

James D. Anderson
2002 Advances in Classification Research Online  
Effective Display of Browsable Classification on the WWW and other Hypertext Media. 13th ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, 38-45. doi:10.7152/acro.v13i1.13834 In the printed MLA Bibliography  ...  BROWSABLE CLASSIFICATION Before the advent of the WWW and other hypertext media, classified displays played a minor role in browsing for information resource discovery.  ...  Does the scope of the classification make a significant difference?  ... 
doi:10.7152/acro.v13i1.13834 fatcat:m3vubf2e2vgzjigzy3aipetzae

A Hypermedia Distributed Application for Monitoring and Fault-Injection in Embedded Fault-tolerant Parallel Programs [article]

Vincenzo De Florio, G. Deconinck, M. Truyens, W. Rosseel, Rudy Lauwereins
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The adopted approach allows the user to concentrate on the high-level aspects of his/her application so to quickly assess the quality of its current fault-tolerance design.  ...  The application dynamically sets up a hierarchy of HTML pages reflecting the current status of an EFTOS-compliant dependable application running on a Parsytec CC system.  ...  , TCP/IP sockets, the MIME classification, and so on; • it is distributed, and in particular the renderer may run on any X11-compliant Display Server, including a remote PC.  ... 
arXiv:1401.2965v1 fatcat:yygmbvxonretpdomzxpb6rgtka

The Archaeologist Undeceived: Selecting Quality Archaeological Information from the Internet

Paul Sturges, Anne Griffin
2003 Informing Science  
Further refining of the evaluative tool is possible on the basis of testing by both archaeologists and information professio nals.  ...  It proved capable of allowing its user to make clear distinctions between sites on the basis of quality.  ...  The criteria were chosen mainly from the Toolbox of Criteria (Smith, 1997) . They include questions that have been used in the past for print media, and others specifically produced for the WWW.  ... 
doi:10.28945/528 fatcat:qxi2q3iaiza6np6wst3dqwblby

Before the Web There Was Gopher

Philip L. Frana
2004 IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  
Gopher faded into obscurity for two main reasons: hypertext and commerce. 20  ...  The Internet Gopher, much like the Web, enabled users to obtain information quickly and easily. Why, then, did it disappear but the Web did not?  ...  pictures" explains the rise of one and the demise of the other.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mahc.2004.1278848 fatcat:m3xrav7tyngc3oghjklp53tkcy

The Future of Web Searching

Annette Van der Merwe
2000 South African Journal of Information Management  
Excalibar is a leading developer of high performance software products for search and retrieval of knowledge assets over all media types: paper documents, text, images, video and other multimedia data  ...  Extensibility refers to the ability to start with text on paper assets and grow to multiple media (images, videos) .  ...  Articles published in SAJIM are the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Editor, Board, Publisher, Webmaster or the Rand Afrikaans University.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v2i1.92 fatcat:ziqnjh5zlnbefoeb7d4aiqmg5e

Appearance and functionality of electronic books

Fabio Crestani, Monica Landoni, Massimo Melucci
2005 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
The Hyper-TextBook concentrated on the importance of models and techniques for the automatic production of functional electronic versions of textbooks.  ...  Both studies started from similar considerations on what kinds of paper books are suitable for translation into electronic form but differ on the prominence given to book appearance and functionalities  ...  On the other hand, we believe that some books could be translated into electronic form and reach levels of effectiveness that are higher than their paper-based counterparts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-004-0113-9 fatcat:uvqzljlobjcpdeej5knal6zoty

Web mining in soft computing framework: relevance, state of the art and future directions

S.K. Pal, V. Talwar, P. Mitra
2002 IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks  
This paper summarizes the different characteristics of web data, the basic components of web mining and its different types, and their current states of the art.  ...  A survey of the existing literature on "soft web mining" is provided along with the commercially available systems.  ...  Other agents such as W3QL [4] combine structure queries, based on organization of hypertext documents and content queries, based on IR techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnn.2002.1031947 pmid:18244512 fatcat:a2ea5nfnczgjlpwsbwe6ebt5hi

Marketing in Hypermedia Computer-Mediated Environments: Conceptual Foundations

Donna L. Hoffman, Thomas P. Novak
1996 Journal of Marketing  
Our approach considers hypermedia CMEs to be large-scale (i.e. national or global) networked environments, of which the World Wide Web on the Internet is the first and current global implementation.  ...  Then we examine the set of consequent testable research propositions and marketing implications that flow from the models.  ...  , browsable.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1251841 fatcat:nonpbenflng5pfguekccdgdiha

Making sense of the electronic resource marketplace: trends in health-related electronic resources

B D Blansit, E Connor
1999 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
decisions, and organize the resources effectively and seamlessly.  ...  The confusing array of available products, access routes, and pricing plans makes it difficult to anticipate the needs of users, identify the top resources, budget effectively, make sound collection management  ...  the needs of users, identify the top resources, budget effectively, make sound collection management decisions, and organize the resources effectively and seamlessly.  ... 
pmid:10427421 pmcid:PMC226578 fatcat:jhheagwfwbgazndw57lz37yw3q

Planning and Implementing a Metadata-Driven Digital Repository

Michael A. Chopey
2005 Cataloging & Classification Quarterly  
This chapter presents a brief introduction to the purpose of metadata and how it has developed, and an overview of the steps to be taken and the functional expertise required in planning for and implementing  ...  the creation, storage, and use of metadata for resource discovery in a local repository of information objects.  ...  hypertext link (including a hypertext link embodied by a thumbnail image or other graphic, which is a popular means of providing navigation between pages in the WWW environment) on any given page.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j104v40n03_12 fatcat:5iqxgdfenjcxfeqd46g2znyu5u

Organizing subject access to cultural heritage in Swedish online museums

Koraljka Golub, Pawel Michal Ziolkowski, Goran Zlodi
2021 Journal of Documentation  
the end user.Design/methodology/approachIn the first step, a set of 21 search interface criteria was identified, based on related research and current standards in the domain of cultural heritage knowledge  ...  online museums; the 21 search criteria and their use in the analysis of the complete set of online collections of a country represents a considerable and unique contribution to the fields of knowledge  ...  Other relevant functionalities include providing contextual help to users (display of a pop-up short description upon hovering over a function) as well as display of a visual timeline of artists and works  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-05-2021-0094 fatcat:kgk45ptz75hiveyjjqmklk47ru

On the applications of multimedia processing to communications

R.V. Cox, B.G. Haskell, Y. LeCun, B. Shahraray, L. Rabiner
1998 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Unfortunately, associated with this solution was the problem of long delays due to several factors, including: • the algorithmic processing delay required for lowbit-rate compression (on the order of 25  ...  With the emergence of the multimedia PC and its concomitant signal-processing capability, a simple solution was proposed, namely, the compression (and decompression) and coding (and decoding) of voice  ...  They also wish to acknowledge both the strong contributions to the literature and the fine work done by the following individuals, as reported on in this paper: J. Johnston and S.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.664272 fatcat:yhn4kb3mmbctbbfus7br26oox4

Evaluating history mechanisms: an empirical study of reuse patterns in World Wide Web navigation [article]

Linda Marie Tauscher, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Saul Greenberg
History mechanisms in user interfaces allow users to select and redo one of their previous activities, ostensibly reducing the cognitive and physical overhead that would have been required to specify them  ...  Recently, history mechanisms have been incorporated into World Wide Web (WWW) browsers as navigation aids. Yet how effective are these Web-based history systems? Are they needed? Can they be improved?  ...  These differences motivate the study of reuse within the domain of hypertext and the WWW. Type of user interaction.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/14490 fatcat:jjsp36mydraexb5epyzq75qqga

Relationship-Based Clustering and Visualization for High-Dimensional Data Mining

Alexander Strehl, Joydeep Ghosh
2003 INFORMS journal on computing  
Results are presented on a real retail industry dataset of several thousand customers and products, as well as on clustering of web-document collections and of web-log sessions.  ...  equal importance, and (iii) related clusters show up adjacent to one another, further facilitating the visualization of results.  ...  This research was supported in part by the NSF under Grant ECS-9900353, by an IBM Faculty Fellowship Award, and by Knowledge Discovery 1, Dell, and Intel.  ... 
doi:10.1287/ijoc. fatcat:ftbozoo27rbrfob2jmmmvkglay

special.html: an investigation of access to special collections using the internet [article]

Christine R. Love
special.html: an investigation of access to special collections using the internet  ...  The concept of linking sites by hypertext is one that is central to the nature and purpose of the WWW.  ...  The effects of WWW pages on user behaviour and use of the collection, such as e-mail queries, are examined. • The evaluation of WWW pages compares areas including the provision of special collections finding  ... 
doi:10.26174/thesis.lboro.14753817 fatcat:6hfroinq4zfxlpgasidj7ninuy
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