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The provision and maintenance of truly large-scale information resources on the World-Wide Web necessitates server architectures o ering substantially more functionality than simply serving HTML les from ... This paper describes Hyper-G, a large-scale, multi-protocol, distributed, hypermedia information system which uses an object-oriented database layer to provide information structuring and link maintenance ... Acknowledgements Financial support of Hyper-G by the Austrian Ministry of Science, JOANNEUM RESEARCH, and the European Space Agency is gratefully acknowledged. ...doi:10.1016/0169-7552(95)00028-6 fatcat:3h6wq73bdzgvxh3sbhr6d26bvy
Library & Information Science Abstracts
Original abstract-amended. 9563 Serving information to the Web with Hyper-G. K. Andrews, F. Kappe H. Maurer. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, 27 (6) Apr 95, p.919-26. il.refs. ... Describes Hyper-G, a large scale, multi protocol, distributed, hypermedia information system which uses an object oriented database layer to provide information structuring and link maintenance facilities ...
Communication on the Web has given rise to social network formation like, Web Community, Referral System etc. An earlier effort has proposed a data model for such Web-based social network. ... The paper has also provided evaluation of the structural operators proposed in the data model and discussed their efficacy with query examples. ... Node-based Subsystem Apart from the structural analysis, Web graph needs to be studied on the node-based information as well. ...doi:10.1109/icdim.2007.369233 dblp:conf/icdim/MitraBB06 fatcat:nuhwo73ouvd2dgwenrdeo7snvu
Our analytic results provide exact information regarding the distribution of task sizes that compose the waiting queue on each server and suggest an easy and inexpensive way to provide load balancing based ... on the sizes of the incoming tasks. ... Acknowledgments We would like to thank Stephen K. Park for providing us insightful suggestions on fitting real data into distributions. ...doi:10.1145/350391.350424 dblp:conf/wosp/RiskaSC00 fatcat:aa43tn66mza5ldfsz5dtpnxq2e
Information that Come as Images: Overview of Issues ... ) format; -it has hyper-linking; -it is a general standard with good availability of software to code into this structure and to decode it; Con's: -HTML Web browsers which are themselves in the public ... G Kent , published by Adobe Press (1996) discusses "..creating and integrating PDF files with HTML on the Internet .." and marks Adobe's move to adapt PDF to Internet presentation 3. ...doi:10.29173/iq340 fatcat:civf3pqkq5bxrde7ob5oyr3v54
number of done comparison and varying the hyper-parameter values of the LSH index. ... Finally, we carry out a performance analysis: we evaluate the relevance of the result set, computing the mAP (mean Average Precision) value obtained during the different experiments with respect to the ... Acknowledgement Thanks to professor Giuseppe Amato, professor Claudio Gennaro and professor Fabrizio Falchi for the course of "Multimedia Information Retrieval and Computer Vision" that gave us this opportunity ...arXiv:2108.13301v1 fatcat:uqaoubxfjbhwdjww4oas4y4fae
The standard metrics used to analyze the performance of web caching methods are Hit Ratio Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology ... Pre-fetching is the process of fetching few Web pages in advance which will be assumed to be needed by the user in near future and those pages are cached in the memory. ... BHR is the percentage of the number of bytes that correspond to the requests served by the cache over the total number of bytes requested. ...doi:10.1007/s13369-014-1373-3 fatcat:2bvq4sdntrbhrfkq3j6w7iq4oa
As to the Poisson nature of the incoming flow, this assumption is in many cases confirmed. ... Otherwise, the description of non-exponential QN completely coincides with the description of the exponential networks. ... case, in the QS M/G/n/0, we need to consider a common flow consisting of both served and lost requirements). ...doi:10.1051/matecconf/201822402108 fatcat:bwliznudxnea7aftc5cq5asuye
Management & Marketing Abstracts
Industries like the automotive and aeronautics sectors have adopted wireless tech- nologies. 889 Weaving the Web: how to use the Web to integrate business information Baker G, Internet World (US2) vol. ... is due to the realisation that end to end business processes can be dealt with directly. ...
Peering of CDNs can be a way to allow dynamic infrastructural cooperation between CDNs in a scalable manner, in order to mitigate the impact of flash crowds and to achieve better overall service times. ... In this paper, we present a Quality of Service (QoS)-driven model to evaluate the user perceived performance of CDN peering relationships. ... Each CDN is modeled as an M/G/1 queue with highly variable Hyper-exponential distribution that approximates a heavy-tailed Bounded Pareto service distribution (α, k, p) with variable task sizes. ...doi:10.1109/icon.2008.4772632 dblp:conf/icon/PathanB08 fatcat:6q7nppa2lrhzfb4eubr2ovyu3e
One of the challenges facing the current web is the efficient use of all the available information. ... The Web 2.0 phenomenon has favored the creation of contents by average users, and thus the amount of information that can be found for diverse topics has grown exponentially in the last years. ... The vast amount of information and services available on the web makes it a platform for the development of mashedup applications with intensive information usage. ...doi:10.1109/tsmcc.2013.2259231 fatcat:k7ej7gvjwfgelighyzqvuzzb34
In order to adopt deep learning for information retrieval, models are needed that can capture all relevant information required to assess the relevance of a document to a given user query. ... Extensive experiments on six years' TREC Web Track data confirm that the proposed model yields better results under multiple benchmarks. ... to serve as the positive document d + . ...doi:10.18653/v1/d17-1110 dblp:conf/emnlp/HuiYBM17 fatcat:epmtesnzjreblfr3qwds77zsqa
Another approach to serving links separately from documents is Hyper-G, an electronic publishing package based on a Web server with an object-oriented distributed network database and a separate link database ... Hyper-G has been used in journal projects with Springer-Verlag and Academic Press. ...doi:10.1045/december98-hitchcock fatcat:nhh67rz6jveoflmrtq7jptptxy
Fortunately, there are many learning tools available to help us get up to speed with the Web and Hyper Text Mark-Up Language. • About the World Wide Web FAQ. ... Kevin Hughes's guide to the Web includes links describing the Web and how it works. Includes statistics on Web u sag e. ...doi:10.5860/crln.56.8.535 fatcat:shpdon2bkvewxh5el2zr43r6ke
In its turn, an information graph can be used as an arc, which gives hyper-graph nature to the network in the whole. The information graphs are compared with other data flow control tools. ... In its turn, an information graph can be used as an arc, which gives hyper-graph nature to the network in the whole. The information graphs are compared with other data flow control tools. ... Acknowledgements This research is supported in part by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, RFBR grants 20-07-00149-a, 19-07-00326-a, 19-07-00420-a, 18-07-01082-a, 17-07-00893-a. ...doi:10.1016/j.procs.2020.02.110 fatcat:e4nccfc6ljfgbczmruxthvna4a
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