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Surfing the web by site

David Gibson
2004 Alternate track papers & posters of the 13th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW Alt. '04  
We provide a system for surfing the web at a high level of abstraction, which is an analogy of the web browser, but which displays entire sites at a time.  ...  Our current system maintains a continuously updated archive of 40 million sites representing 1.9 billion web pages, and enables real-time navigation through the sea of web sites.  ...  INTRODUCTION In much the same way as search engines, this work improves the usefulness of the web not by improving the interface, but by enabling access to new information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1010432.1010608 fatcat:ue3riw2bqngjpmwyc7reenmup4

Surfing the web by site

David Gibson
2004 Proceedings of the 13th international World Wide Web conference on Alternate track papers & posters - WWW Alt. '04  
We provide a system for surfing the web at a high level of abstraction, which is an analogy of the web browser, but which displays entire sites at a time.  ...  Our current system maintains a continuously updated archive of 40 million sites representing 1.9 billion web pages, and enables real-time navigation through the sea of web sites.  ...  INTRODUCTION In much the same way as search engines, this work improves the usefulness of the web not by improving the interface, but by enabling access to new information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1013367.1013543 dblp:conf/www/Gibson04 fatcat:fxwc5mdzqjh3bhyipmaj2qz2fu

Strong Regularities in World Wide Web Surfing

B. A. Huberman
1998 Science  
This CMB response time is accelerated by a factor of 2, relative to a model without core heating. 27.  ...  The correspondence of the mantle response time and the time period for reliable reconstructions is not coincidental.  ...  We also considered the case of surfing within a single large Web site, which is important from the point of view of site design.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.280.5360.95 pmid:9525865 fatcat:ctcxhmjmyfgf3mdbripqiii4la

Page 263 of Journal of Advertising Research Vol. 43, Issue 3 [page]

2003 Journal of Advertising Research  
Our results show that web firms supported largely by ad- vertising must design their sites to be “sticky”; that is, the site can retain users for around 40 s per page.  ...  Those in a goal- directed mode are much less likely to remember banner advertisements than those surfing the site. This has implica- tions for web media planning.  ... 

Web Mining-Based Objective Metrics for Measuring Website Navigatability

Xiao Fang, Michael Chau, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Zhuo Yang, Olivia R. Liu Sheng
2006 International Conference on Information Systems  
To complement the subjective self-reported metrics commonly used by previous research, we develop three objective metrics for measuring Web site navigability on the basis of the Law of Surfing.  ...  The current research examines Web site navigability, a fundamental structural aspect of Web site design.  ...  We target Web surfing patterns -that is, prominent consecutive page access sequences -that can be identified by mining the Web logs.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/FangCHYS06 fatcat:uxeluiwgsbcndlc6i47wjjfi4u

Surfing as a real option

Rajan M. Lukose, Bernardo A. Huberman
1998 Proceedings of the first international conference on Information and computation economies - ICE '98  
We have studied the dynamics of Web surfing within an economics context by considering that there is value in each page that an individual visits, and that clicking on the next page assumes that the information  ...  One of the predominant modes of accessing information in the World Wide Web consists in surfing from one document to another along hypermedia links.  ...  Pirolli for providing the data as well as for useful discussions. R. Lukose was supported by a Citibank fellowship at Stanford University.  ... 
doi:10.1145/288994.289003 fatcat:ddwuxdqrwbdifpa7y65dcatq2i

Page 256 of Criminal Law & Justice Weekly Vol. 169, Issue 14 [page]

2005 Criminal Law & Justice Weekly  
Secret surfing could be eliminated by employers blocking access to all web sites unrelated to work, or by closely monitoring and assessing employees surfing time.  ...  Employers can stop employees viewing pornographic and illegal web sites through a filtering system which will automatically deny access to certain web sites.  ... 

The scent of a site

Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, James Pitkow
2000 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '00  
The system also incorporates new methods of Web site visualization (Dome Tree, Usage Based Layouts), a new predictive modeling technique for Web site use (Web User Flow by Information Scent, WUFIS), and  ...  Designers and researchers of users' interactions with the World Wide Web need tools that permit the rapid exploration of hypotheses about complex interactions of user goals, user behaviors, and Web site  ...  Acknowledgement This research was supported in part by an Office of Naval Research grant No. N00014-96-C-0097 to Peter Pirolli and Stuart Card.  ... 
doi:10.1145/332040.332423 dblp:conf/chi/ChiPP00 fatcat:6aky2aw7tjbmfo3xy4u7rqfuse

"Measuring Quality Of The Services Provided By The Commercial Web Sites "

Stremţan Filimon, Muntean Andreea
2008 Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Oeconomica  
The researchers identified a number of criteria that the consumers have in view when they evaluate the Web sites in general and especially the quality of services they provide.  ...  A site must be before of all capable to answer the expectances of the consumers to which it addresses.  ...  These elements influence the easiness of surfing the site and the framework of the efforts imposed for surfing and buying from a commercial web-site.  ... 
doi:10.29302/oeconomica.2008.10.2.53 fatcat:jkpaynzyibbazoizdvwqsjqyvu

Guidelines for evaluating web accessibility, level A

Juan J. Acevedo, Laura Gómez Solis, Sonia Itatí Mariño, María Viviana Godoy Guglielmone
2013 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
This article presents a proposal to promote the unification and improvement of the works of two authors, combining the procedures and considerations after the evaluation of some web sites Northeast Argentina  ...  The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) defines the guidelines to facilitate access for people with disabilities to ICT.  ...  In the context of a research project web site of NEA were evaluated. This work approaches the accessibility by verifying the guidelines that respond to Priority 1. Level A, set by the W3C.  ... 
doaj:9de31b9cbdff4da2b8c1bdd6a362616c fatcat:sq42un3mkbhgjk5mflgx4nnoqi

Health information-seeking and perceptions of website credibility: Examining Web-use orientation, message characteristics, and structural features of websites

Stephen A. Rains, Carolyn Donnerstein Karmikel
2009 Computers in Human Behavior  
Additionally, one's Web-use orientation (i.e., searching or surfing) was evaluated as a moderator of the preceding relationships.  ...  The study reported here examined perceptions of health website credibility during the process of acquiring health information using the World Wide Web.  ...  Searching and surfing were operationalized by manipulating the degree to which participants were asked to engage in focused and purposeful navigation of the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2008.11.005 fatcat:raynpxacpzghteaa7nppxhwsiy

Page 341 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

2011 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Every user was recorded when starting surfing at a particular page of the COSMOS Portal as well as when stopping after L links (page-views, clicks) by requesting a page from a different web site.  ...  Aggregate web usage results of the COSMOS Portal revealed a longer portal stay as well as greater loyalty (number of visits) and more page requests (surfing depth) compared to a “law of surfingsurfing  ... 

Transport of marine-derived nutrients to subtropical freshwater food webs by juvenile mullets: a case study in southern Brazil

MCLM Oliveira, RF Bastos, MC Claudino, CM Assumpção, AM Garcia
2014 Aquatic Biology  
A mixing model showed a marked shift in assimilation from marine to freshwater production sources by mullet Mugil liza juveniles as they moved from the surf zone into the coastal stream (lower stream and  ...  To test this hypothesis, we analyzed the stable isotope ratios of carbon (δ 13 C) and nitrogen (δ 15 N) in 10 basal production sources and 10 consumer species, including juvenile mullets, at 3 sites (surf  ...  At each sampling site, we collected the most abundant and representative components of the food web. Macrophytes were collected by hand and scissors.  ... 
doi:10.3354/ab00544 fatcat:ttd7gkwdyngz5co6ij46qdkuay

A model of consumer web navigational behavior: conceptual development and application

Marie-Odile Richard, Ramdas Chandra
2005 Journal of Business Research  
This study looks at the factors that can affect customers' prepurchase intentions by surveying visitors to a real pharmaceutical web site, and it models the behavior of consumers when they are confronted  ...  Despite recent success by companies using the Internet to deal with their customers, one of the major remaining problems concerns understanding navigation on the Web and its relationship with Internet  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge the useful comments of two anonymous reviewers and the technical support of Mary Waterhouse and Zhiyong Yang.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2004.04.001 fatcat:245lcf365ndwji3wmw4alwp6ae

Defining prerequisites for banking web site design: the wow! approach

Vanessa Gemmo, Rita Bissola, Andrea Carignani
2003 European Conference on Information Systems  
The developed methodology considers five main user actions when surfing a Web site: direct access; indirect access; home page visualization; surfing; personal data submission.  ...  Being involved in the development of a high standing Web site without having the necessary amount of money, we came to the idea of creating a set of basic features that Web sites should inevitably have  ...  By this way we pointed out at defining the main actions of the user when surfing a Web site.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/GemmoBC03 fatcat:vnov76nc6jhwfn3wzdnxapvftq
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