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Learning Web Request Patterns [chapter]

Brian D. Davison
2004 Web Dynamics  
In this chapter we review the common approaches to learning and predicting Web request patterns.  ...  Our focus is on Markov-based probabilistic techniques, both for their predictive power and their popularity in Web modeling and other domains.  ...  We wish to build a (relatively) concise model of the user so as to be able to dynamically predict the next action(s) that the user will take.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_18 fatcat:27fxfq267jambedm5ezegtd3eq

Web Dynamics, Structure, and Page Quality [chapter]

Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Carlos Castillo, Felipe Saint-Jean
2004 Web Dynamics  
This chapter is aimed at the study of quantitative measures of the relation between the dynamics of the Web, its structure, and the quality of Web pages.  ...  We show that, as expected, Pagerank is biased against new pages, and we obtain information on how recency is related with Web structure. £  ...  Web Structure and Age An initial motivation is to find if the IN and OUT components were related to Web dynamics or just due to bad website design.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_5 fatcat:xnqdw7ej3vdejik37shyxopc3q

Crawling the Web [chapter]

Gautam Pant, Padmini Srinivasan, Filippo Menczer
2004 Web Dynamics  
The large size and the dynamic nature of the Web make it necessary to continually maintain Web based information retrieval systems.  ...  Crawlers facilitate this process by following hyperlinks in Web pages to automatically download new and updated Web pages.  ...  However, the Web is a dynamic entity with subspaces evolving at differing and often rapid rates.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_7 fatcat:wz2wsoi3d5h2vebem2rof2jv2e

Navigating the World Wide Web [chapter]

Mark Levene, Richard Wheeldon
2004 Web Dynamics  
Navigation (colloquially known as "surfing") is the activity of following links and browsing web pages. This is a time intensive activity engaging all web users seeking information.  ...  So, in this age of information overload we need navigational assistance to help us find our way through the tangled web of pages and links.  ...  The idea of dynamic search is to fetch web pages online during the search process thus guaranteeing valid and precise information. The downside of such a dynamic approach is that is does not scale.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_6 fatcat:ovbxlnq5gnawhky4wbpwvp3qza

How Large Is the World Wide Web? [chapter]

Adrian Dobra, Stephen E. Fienberg
2004 Web Dynamics  
The problem of assessing the size of the World Wide Web is extremely difficult because sampling directly from the Web is not possible.  ...  We show that our procedures accord with the real-world constraints and consequently they let us make credible inferences about the size of the World Wide Web.  ...  Although the Web is a dynamic environment, it can be assumed that the population of Web documents is closed at a fixed time ¢ £ , i.e.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_2 fatcat:kr3kfqsgvrfpzedpdsxiudhqii

Combining Link and Content Information in Web Search [chapter]

Matthew Richardson, Pedro Domingos
2004 Web Dynamics  
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_8 fatcat:ihz7beuijnbvjaelq2zyzf2byq

Methods for Mining Web Communities: Bibliometric, Spectral, and Flow [chapter]

Gary William Flake, Kostas Tsioutsiouliklis, Leonid Zhukov
2004 Web Dynamics  
In this chapter, we examine the problem of Web community identification expressed in terms of the graph or network structure induced by the Web.  ...  In order of presentation, we will examine bibliometric similarity measures, bipartite community cores, the HITS algorithm, PageRank, and maximum flow-based Web communities.  ...  Recall that the "teleportation" step in PageRank is required to keep the dynamics of the iterative system well-behaved; without it, excess rank could accumulate to pages that have no out-bound links.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_3 fatcat:3q6uvxkhbffe7noppofidabrdm

Active XML: A Data-Centric Perspective on Web Services [chapter]

Serge Abiteboul, Omar Benjelloun, Ioana Manolescu, Tova Milo, Roger Weber
2004 Web Dynamics  
It relies on a language, Active XML, where (1) documents embed calls to web services that are used to enrich t h e m , and (2) new web services may be de ned by XQuery queries on such active documents.  ...  We propose a peer-based architecture that allows for the integration of distributed data and web services.  ...  However, a signi cant i n teroperability prob-lem comes from the fact that data is often dynamically constructed by programs, e.g., upon the submission of a f o r m b y a h uman user.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_12 fatcat:hejrndprdvc75fqnragza4fdhe

Modelling Dynamic Web Data [chapter]

Philippa Gardner, Sergio Maffeis
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We introduce Xdπ, a peer-to-peer model for reasoning about the dynamic behaviour of web data.  ...  Our model can be used to reason about behaviour found in, for example, dynamic web page programming, applet interaction, and service orchestration.  ...  Dynamic Web Data at Work We give some examples of dynamic web data modelled in Xdπ.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24607-7_9 fatcat:4g4r6rhazrf3rps4q5imoo6uiq

Web page summarization using dynamic content

Adam Jatowt
2004 Proceedings of the 13th international World Wide Web conference on Alternate track papers & posters - WWW Alt. '04  
Both of them assume fixed content and characteristics of web documents without considering their dynamic nature.  ...  This paper proposes a new approach towards automatic web page description, which extends the concept of a web page by the temporal dimension.  ...  WWW 2004 , 2004 May 17-22, 2004, New York, New York, USA. ACM 1-58113-912-8/04/0005.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1013367.1013467 dblp:conf/www/Jatowt04 fatcat:2g5zpudxxfepxc6skqtqkbrd7e

Modeling Dynamic Web Content [chapter]

Antonio Barili, Maria Carla Calzarossa, Daniele Tessera
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper addresses the characterization of dynamic Web contents by studying their update process.  ...  Web sites have become increasingly complex and offer a large variety of services and contents. The proliferation of dynamic Web contents opens up new challenging performance and scalability issues.  ...  In [1] and [2] , the performance of different dynamic Web technologies is compared.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30182-0_65 fatcat:kzrb7qrb25hjna3goxw6wfw7vm

WS-QDL containing static, dynamic, and statistical factors of Web services quality

SeokHyun Yoon, DongJoon Kim, SangYong Han
2004 Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on Web Services, 2004.  
Especially, UDDI is the Web Services Registry enabling to register and search Web Services, that takes charge of providing infrastructure for Web Services.  ...  Therefore, this study suggests improved UDDI model that evaluates the Web Services quality and use this information for searching.  ...  Then it tests the retrieved Web services on real time to obtain dynamic information and finally produces the WS-QDL.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2004.1314829 dblp:conf/icws/YoonKH04 fatcat:vf6y2zb7uvfy3iuihelfrolk64

Dynamic traffic controls for Web-server networks

Liming Liu, Yumao Lu
2004 Computer Networks  
Distributed Web-server systems have been widely used to provide effective Internet services. The management of these systems requires dynamic controls of the Web traffic.  ...  In this paper, a new reward-based control mechanism is proposed that can satisfy the dynamic content-based control requirement while avoiding congestion at the dispatcher.  ...  To implement the control on-line and achieve dynamic control, a faster algorithm is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2004.03.025 fatcat:6h5v7lanc5dsnikqr7hhw25c7y

Team-based agents for proactive failure handling in dynamic composition of Web services

Xiaocong Fan, Karthikeyan Umapathy, J. Yen, Sandeep Purao
2004 Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on Web Services, 2004.  
The paper proposes a generic framework for dynamic web-service composition, and extends the CAST architecture to realize the framework.  ...  Currently web services composition problems are addressed using AI planning techniques .  ...  First, it supports an adaptive process suitable for the highly dynamic and distributed manner in which web services are deployed and used.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2004.1314820 dblp:conf/icws/FanYP04 fatcat:5usfxjb4crap3llz4jj7boqdm4

An Event-Condition-Action Language for XML [chapter]

James Bailey, George Papamarkos, Alexandra Poulovassilis, Peter T. Wood
2004 Web Dynamics  
XML repositories are now a widespread means for storing and exchanging information on the Web.  ...  As these repositories become increasingly used in dynamic applications such as e-commerce, there is a rapidly growing need for a mechanism to incorporate reactive functionality in an XML setting.  ...  They can also be employed as a exible means for maintaining statistics about document and web site usage and behaviour. In this paper, we present a language in which ECA rules on XML can be de ned.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-10874-1_10 fatcat:5s33kjwscvhtfpirpagcek5xke
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