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Turning a Web 2.0 social network into a Web 3.0, distributed, and secured social web application

Henry Story, Romain Blin, Julien Subercaze, Christophe Gravier, Pierre Maret
2012 Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Web - WWW '12 Companion  
This demonstration presents the process of transforming a Web 2.0 centralized social network into a Web 3.0, distributed, and secured Social application, and what was learnt in this process.  ...  The initial Web 2.0 Social Network application was written by a group of students over a period of 4 months in the spring of 2011.  ...  On this reading taking a Web 2.0 application and refactoring it into a Web 3.0 application is an exercise that every application on the web will end up going through.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2187980.2188063 dblp:conf/www/StoryBSGM12 fatcat:3thcbeppnvbz5dcubrvk6r7t6e

Web-based English Language Learning: A Review from Web 1.0 to Web 3.0

Saira Niaz, Ghulam Ali Buriro, Niaz Hussain Soomro
2022 Pakistan journal of humanities and social sciences  
It allows people to share the media, read, write, publish and interact with others via the internet.  ...  Since its advent, the World Wide Web has evolved from a read-only medium technological network to the collaborative one where learners are interlinked in various ways.  ...  The main function of web 1.0 for users was to let them read and consume static pages (based on text, pictures and animation). Hence, the users were bound to read and write only.  ... 
doi:10.52131/pjhss.2022.1002.0246 fatcat:54kvbiysifeone7jei66adyhoi

World Wide Web Without Walls

Micah Z. Brodsky, Maxwell N. Krohn, Robert Tappan Morris, Michael Walfish, Alexander Yip
2007 ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks  
Today's Web depends on a particular pact between sites and users: sites invest capital and labor to create and market a set of features, and users gain access to these features by giving up control of  ...  This paper imagines a very different Web ecosystem, in which users retain control of their data and developers can justify their existence without hoarding that data.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper was improved by helpful comments from Jakob Eriksson, Frans Kaashoek, Eddie Kohler, Mythili Vutukuru, and the anonymous reviewers. This work was supported in part by Nokia.  ... 
dblp:conf/hotnets/BrodskyKMWY07 fatcat:4aua7uirwze2fi6kx5valolyxe

Maximum Spanning Tree Model on Personalized Web Based Collaborative Learning in Web 3.0

S Padma
2011 International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
A Maximum spanning tree model for the personalized web based collaborative learning is designed.  ...  Web 3.0 architecture provides an excellent learning experience to the students. Web 3.0 is 3D, media centric and semantic. Web based learning has been on high in recent days.  ...  A typical environment of learning in Web 2.0 is read and write .The primary participants are learner and a tutor .The learner can be an active participant in the social networking sites and acquire knowledge  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcseit.2011.1505 fatcat:527iyjpfgrewpdcalgrhbeeyr4

EVOLUTION OF ONLINE MAPPING: FROM WEB 1.0 TO WEB 6.0

Karol Król, Uniwersytet Rolniczy w Krakowie
2020 Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape  
It presents the web as a human-controlled tool, which uses algorithms to attempt to personalize, search, and improve user experience, and to act for or on behalf of a person.  ...  Web 5.0 performance appears limited only if seen through the prism of technological development.  ...  Web 3.0 -the semantic executing web The term Web 3.0 (the pervasive Web, read-write-execute Web) appeared for the first time in 2006 in an article by Jeffrey Zeldman who was associated with technologies  ... 
doi:10.15576/gll/2020.1.33 fatcat:stekq4kvergcrarqfsmsriti7e

Validated CMS: Towards New Generation of Web Content Management Systems on Web 2.0

Zakaria Itahriouan, Anouar Abtoy, Kamal Eddine El Kadiri, Noura Aknin
2012 International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science  
Web 2.0 makes users the main actors for publishing content and creating applications on the web.  ...  The credibility and the identity of users is a major concern for the web [10] [11] [12] , and particularly for content production and authorship on the web 2.0 [13] .  ...  In order to overcome these limitat ions we propose in this paper the architecture of a new Web 2.0 tool as a Content Management System, enabling web content's classification and user's management based  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijitcs.2012.12.04 fatcat:rpvkr6ucuza6jj37ogcvj63msi

Privacy conscious web apps composition

Aurelien Faravelon, Eric Ceret
2014 2014 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)  
Our work is implemented as a web-based tool to compose apps and manage end-users privacy requirements.  ...  Keywords-Privacy, Model-driven Engineering, Web Applications, end-user programming I. 1  ...  Model-driven security, a promising solution Web applications process the same type of resources. For instance, most social networks store instant messages.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rcis.2014.6861059 dblp:conf/rcis/FaravelonC14 fatcat:tsvcm3kdrjfwdm7vnzbzb5kzje

The Emerging Web of Social Machines

Silvio R. L. Meira, Vanilson A. A. Buregio, Leandro M. Nascimento, Elaine Figueiredo, Misael Neto, Bruno Encarnacao, Vinicius Cardoso Garcia
2011 2011 IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference  
and conditionals that can be used to describe the interactions between any number of machines in a multitude of ways, as a means to represent real machines interacting in the real web, such as Twitter  ...  of dealing with the complexity of this emerging web of social machines that is all around us.  ...  Acknowledgment Acknowledgment Acknowledgment Acknowledgment This work was partially supported by the National Institute of Science and Technology for Software National Institute of Science and Technology  ... 
doi:10.1109/compsac.2011.12 dblp:conf/compsac/MeiraBNFNEG11 fatcat:5kaiuryyqzgyhkrcvqmhkitywi

SecurOntology: A semantic web access control framework

Ángel García-Crespo, Juan Miguel Gómez-Berbís, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Giner Alor-Hernández
2011 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
Security and privacy are key concerns for the current dimension the Internet has reached in our daily life.  ...  architecture as a proof-of-concept of the advantages of this solution.  ...  [41] a framework for privacy in social communities by exploiting semantic web technologies, following the steps of previous efforts that combine somehow semantics and web 2.0 [42, 43] Actually, the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2009.10.003 fatcat:nfbip6tglbhqdmrt4liyccoecy

A NOVEL APPROACH FOR SEMANTIC WEB APPLICATION IN ONLINE EDUCATION BASED ON STEGANOGRAPHY

2022 International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies  
An extensive literature survey has been conducted related to the architecture of Web 3.0, detailed history of online education, and Security architecture.  ...  Semantic Web is a continuation of Web 2.0 and it is to replace existing technologies. It is built on Natural Language processing and provides solutions to most of the prevailing issues.  ...  Web 2.0 It is called Social Web and interactive. The data could be downloaded or uploaded.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijwltt.285569 fatcat:rpvills23bho5fdnihtgr4zn5u

Combination of Two KM Strategies by Web 2.0 [chapter]

Quoc Trung Pham, Yoshinori Hara
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
That platform is based on web 2.0, a set of advanced technologies and a new approach to knowledge management.  ...  Using web 2.0 for knowledge management, both kinds of knowledge can be supported at the same time and knowledge creating cycle is also facilitated.  ...  According to Smith [10] , the three anchor points for Web 2.0 are: ♦ Technology and architecture: including the infrastructure of the Web and the concept of Web platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-10488-6_32 fatcat:2xaamzeudfep3dwzcn5krimsxa

AI Meets Web 2.0: Building the Web of Tomorrow, Today

Jay M. Tenenbaum
2006 The AI Magazine  
This article is derived from the 2005 Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence conference invited talk "AI Meets Web 2.0: Building the Web of Tomorrow, Today" presented by Jay M.  ...  In 1991, Marty founded and became the chief executive officer of Enterprise Integration Technologies, the first company to conduct a commercial Internet transaction (1992), a secure web transaction (1993  ...  , Manoj Saxena, Allan Schiffman, Kragen Sitaker, Jay Weber, and especially Neil Jacobstein, who persuaded me that these ideas were worth talking about, and Kevin Hughes, whose illustrations and collaboration  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v27i4.1909 dblp:journals/aim/Tenenbaum06 fatcat:e7byne5gvvgcfjzzpkwcgmowuu

Building the PolarGrid portal using web 2.0 and OpenSocial

Zhenhua Guo, Raminderjeet Singh, Marlon Pierce
2009 Proceedings of the 5th Grid Computing Environments Workshop on - GCE '09  
In this paper, we investigate the feasibility of coupling current social networking techniques to science gateways to provide a scientific collaboration model.  ...  Our prototype use case for this study is the PolarGrid portal, in which we combine typical science portal functionality with widely used collaboration tools.  ...  Sakai3, for example, is a new architecture expected to be released in 2011 and will be OpenSocial compliant with other Web 2.0 features.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1658260.1658267 dblp:conf/sc/GuoSP09 fatcat:x5vhhquoh5ffnbkiucn32gxolq

WEB 2.0 implications on knowledge management

Moria Levy
2009 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Design/methodology/approach -A range of recently published articles regarding WEB 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and KM 2.0 are examined and critiqued (2005)(2006)(2007).  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to provide an understanding of the WEB 2.0 phenomenon and its implications on knowledge management; thus, in order to learn whether using WEB 2.0 concepts and tools  ...  The paper was written in April 2007, and reflects knowledge as to that period. Note 1. Nicholas Carr -a former executive editor of the Harvard Business Review.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270910931215 fatcat:hsmjveygjfgmnjjwxrhm4ob43a

Why web 2.0 is good for learning and for research

Carsten Ullrich, Kerstin Borau, Heng Luo, Xiaohong Tan, Liping Shen, Ruimin Shen
2008 Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '08  
The term "Web 2.0" is used to describe applications that distinguish themselves from previous generations of software by a number of principles.  ...  Existing work shows that Web 2.0 applications can be successfully exploited for technologyenhance learning.  ...  Whereas Web 2.0 is not characterized by a new step of technology as is the Semantic Web [10] , in the last years the Web changed from a medium to a platform, from a read-web to a read-write-web, thereby  ... 
doi:10.1145/1367497.1367593 dblp:conf/www/UllrichBLTSS08 fatcat:oapcsq2h2veivaupfurf4jsrly
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