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Fixing the "broken-link" problem: The W3Objects approach

David Ingham, Steve Caughey, Mark Little
1996 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
The root of the problem lies in the current Web architecture's lack of support for referential integrity.  ...  The approach is object-oriented, highly flexible, completely distributed, and does not require any global administration.  ...  Acknowledgments The work reported here has been partially funded by grants from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the UK Ministry of Defense (Grant Numbers GR/H81078 and  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(96)00069-4 fatcat:ipjc4vyuynhsvco7u5fodjtwlq

DSNotify - Detecting and Fixing Broken Links in Linked Data Sets

Bernhard Haslhofer, Niko Popitsch
2009 2009 20th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Application  
The current practice is to ignore this problem and leave it to the applications what to do when broken links are detected.  ...  As a possible solution, we propose DSNotify, an add-on for LOD sources that detects broken links and assists the data source in fixing them, e.g., when resources were moved to other Web locations.  ...  Our approach is to fix broken links wherever possible.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2009.13 dblp:conf/dexaw/HaslhoferP09 fatcat:d6mnnrpa3nabtihfgouq7sijfe

The Problem of Reference Rot in Spatial Metadata Catalogues

Sergio Martin-Segura, Francisco Javier Lopez-Pellicer, Javier Nogueras-Iso, Javier Lacasta, Francisco Javier Zarazaga-Soria
2021 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Our Link Rot checking method detects broken links while considering the specific requirements of spatial data services. Our Content Drift checking method uses the data format as an indicator.  ...  The content at the end of any hyperlink is subject to two phenomena: the link may break (Link Rot) or the content at the end of the link may no longer be the same as it was when it was created (Content  ...  Acknowledgments: This paper is part of the R&D project PID2020-113353RB-I00, supported by the Spanish MCIN/ AEI/10.13039/501100011033/ and the project T59_20R supported by the Aragon regional Government  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi11010027 fatcat:exoctzaojvhthlu57r4gcj3r3i

RepWeb

Luís Veiga, Paulo Ferreira
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '03  
Current approaches to the broken-link problem are not able to preserve referential integrity on the web and, simultaneously, support replication and minimize storage waste due to memory leaks.  ...  The world-wide-web does not support referential integrity, i.e., broken links do exist. This has been considered, for some years now, one of the most serious problems of the web.  ...  Motivation Broken links, i.e., the lack of referential integrity of the web, is a classic dangling-reference problem.  ... 
doi:10.1145/952756.952766 fatcat:7mbxus2aqramfolpge4cypyhza

RepWeb

Luís Veiga, Paulo Ferreira
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '03  
Current approaches to the broken-link problem are not able to preserve referential integrity on the web and, simultaneously, support replication and minimize storage waste due to memory leaks.  ...  The world-wide-web does not support referential integrity, i.e., broken links do exist. This has been considered, for some years now, one of the most serious problems of the web.  ...  Motivation Broken links, i.e., the lack of referential integrity of the web, is a classic dangling-reference problem.  ... 
doi:10.1145/952532.952766 dblp:conf/sac/VeigaF03 fatcat:itjbgdxh4fazdmfp64mzkpjdde

Persistence of information on the web

Steve Lawrence, Frans Coetzee, Eric Glover, Gary Flake, David Pennock, Bob Krovetz, Finn Nielsen, Andries Kruger, Lee Giles
2000 Proceedings of the ninth international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '00  
We analyze the persistence of information on the web, looking at the percentage of invalid URLs contained in academic articles within the CiteSeer (ResearchIndex) database.  ...  The number of URLs contained in the papers has increased from an average of 0.06 in 1993 to 1.6 in 1999.  ...  Interestingly, one of the broken links that we manually inspected was a link to RFC 1737 in a paper titled "Fixing the 'Broken-link' Problem: The W3Objects Approach" [9] (Doubtless the current paper  ... 
doi:10.1145/354756.354824 dblp:conf/cikm/LawrenceCFPKNKG00 fatcat:ekszqij2fvbe7o545s7copu3om

Robust Hyperlinks and Locations

Thomas A. Phelps, Robert Wilensky
2000 D-Lib Magazine  
Fixing the "Broken-Link" Problem: The W3Objects Approach.  ...  For example, we provide a page of JavaScript that one may bookmark, and manually select after (most) broken link errors, which will perform the signature resolution.  ... 
doi:10.1045/july2000-wilensky fatcat:vshphk2knzba7d6kqnj5ljk5my

An object-oriented data model for evolvable Web systems

Nguyen, Thuy-Linh, 1964-
2017
Thus references to Web resources become no longer valid, constituting the notorious "broken-link" or "dangling-link" problem.  ...  The URL is dependent on the physical location of the resource on the file server, and is therefore largely responsible for the "broken-link" problem described below (see Section 2.2.1.2).  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/59d427cec53f7 fatcat:7j3uamtlmbctfbhqyg4hpz7sn4