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Support concepts for Web navigation

Mark A. Neerincx, Jasper Lindenberg, Steven Pemberton
2001 Proceedings of the tenth international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '01  
Current Network User Interfaces (NUIs) provide entrances to an enormous amount of Web-based services, bringing about new use problems such as laborious and unsuccessful navigation.  ...  Based on an analysis of these demands and current support functions for navigation, three "refined" support concepts were developed: categorising landmarks, history map and navigation assistant.  ...  Particularly, we would like to mention the activities of General Design: Peter Boersma and Lon Barfield did important work for the analysis, design and implementation of support functions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/371920.371966 dblp:conf/www/NeerincxLP01 fatcat:n7tjutj3gbbepcqvoypcmnytfm

Web Server [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of GIS  
(2001) Definition Web mapping is the process of designing, implementing, generating and delivering maps on the World Wide Web.  ...  To that end, today, besides car wayfinding and navigation systems and services, which are widely available in most geographic areas, there are currently limited wayfinding and navigation systems and services  ...  Indoor Positioning with Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) WLAN Localization Indoor Positioning with Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) WLAN Location Determination Wrapper-Mediator Approach to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17885-1_101491 fatcat:wqr4s3iaore77nxw3ds5x22id4

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.  ...  All tasks are also performed on the server side. Only a working Internet browser is required from the user. The World Wide Web is increasingly used to communicate with applications.  ... 
doi:10.15576/gll/2020.1.33 fatcat:stekq4kvergcrarqfsmsriti7e

Web Based Education - Moves From Promise To Practice

Nachimuthu .
2012 i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology  
As the world moves towards adopting a knowledge currency, India has the opportunity to participate as one of the planet's forerunners in utilizing a demographic comparative advantage and translating that  ...  To serve this web based education purpose, the National Knowledge Commission (NKC) has recently made a few  ...  adaptive hypermedia technologies were used for providing adaptive Web-based course material, adaptive presentation, and adaptive navigation support.  ... 
doi:10.26634/jet.8.4.1640 fatcat:fnsmrvjg4vfejh3k5exc23gzge

Web-based behavioral monitoring: Potential and actualities

D.M. Kutzik, A. Glascock
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  Unfortunately, many users have experienced difficulty and frustration using these systems.  ...  The participants completed a battery of ability tests and completed a hypertext navigation task similar to browsing the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.045.00 fatcat:l4vis4wg6ndkdc76rjaan4raka

Embracing Web 2.0: Archives and the Newest Generation of Web Applications

Mary Samouelian
2009 The American Archivist  
The data suggests that the type of Web 2.0 application being employed is related to the type of content management system a repository is using to manage and display the digital collection.  ...  Simultaneously, the Web is moving toward a shared environment that embraces collective intelligence and participation, which is often called Web 2.0.  ...  with content on the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.72.1.k73112x7n0773111 fatcat:qnhlcetbmjehxb6vva4s7fsa5i

GridJet: An underlying data-transporting protocol for accelerating Web communications

Frank Zhigang Wang, Na Helian, Sining Wu, Yuhui Deng, Vineet Khare, Michael Parker
2007 Computer Networks  
The World-Wide Web provides us with a distributed, hyperlinked document repository.  ...  Users attempting to access and share these hyperlinked documents via conventional HTTP and FTP often encounter long waits and frustration.  ...  Acknowledgements The project team is indebted to generous contri-  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2007.06.016 fatcat:pxi2igzfd5d53d2wpwpl3fuvye

Assistive technology for vision-impairments

Joyojeet Pal, Manas Pradhan, Mihir Shah, Rakesh Babu
2011 Proceedings of the 20th international conference companion on World wide web - WWW '11  
We discuss the state of various technologies in the context of the developing world and propose directions in scientific and community-contributed efforts to increase the relevance and access to AT and  ...  While the community of researchers in the Web Accessibility space have made significant strides, the operational concerns of networks in the developing world, as well as challenges in support for new languages  ...  Building such capacity can start small -it is certainly possible to adapt curriculum on AT and Accessibility for university classes alongside modest research centers for starters.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1963192.1963365 dblp:conf/www/PalPSB11 fatcat:ntm6b2egevc5tofp6uuf3vyraa

The Web-at-Risk at Three: Overview of an NDIIPP Web Archiving Initiative

Tracy Seneca
2009 Library Trends  
political and government information on the Web, and to make the resulting Web archives available to researchers.  ...  The Web-at-Risk project is a collaborative effort between the California Digital Library, New York University Libraries, the Stanford School of Computer Science, and the University of North Texas Libraries  ...  The most volatile and at-risk government information is that which is made available exclusively via the World Wide Web, where 65 percent of all government publications that are distributed by the Government  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.0.0045 fatcat:ocv7k3njfjc6rmpnbquamuu6a4

Problems in web page design for the elderly

P. Ownby, S.J. Czaja
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  Unfortunately, many users have experienced difficulty and frustration using these systems.  ...  The participants completed a battery of ability tests and completed a hypertext navigation task similar to browsing the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.038.00 fatcat:fewmqh4xj5hhdl7ip4ws535x6i

Proposing a Fuzzy Adaptation Mechanism Based on Cognitive Factors of Users for Web Personalization [chapter]

Efi Papatheocharous, Marios Belk, Panagiotis Germanakos, George Samaras
2012 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
With the aim to enhance and support the personalization process of Web applications, an innovative adaptation mechanism is proposed.  ...  interacting with an adapted and a non-adapted version of the same Web environment.  ...  The work is co-funded by the EU project Co-LIVING (60-61700-98-009), smarTag (University of Cyprus) and PersonaWeb (Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33412-2_14 fatcat:3fsgkeia75ebvecjwbxmdza5kq

Personalising web page presentation for older people

S.H. Kurniawan, A. King, D.G. Evans, P.L. Blenkhorn
2006 Interacting with computers  
A pilot study of five older web users indicated that the most favoured personalisation technique was overriding the CSS (cascading style sheet) with a readily available one using a standard browser.  ...  The paper considers how impairments may be addressed by web design and through various personalisation instruments: accessibility features of standard browsers, proxy servers, assistive technology, application  ...  Cognitive impairments that occur with ageing include the following (Byrne, 1996; Saczynski and Rebok, 2004) . † Reduced working memory capacity causes poorer performance in a wide variety of tasks, including  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2005.11.006 fatcat:a2nqyqh5vfcxzbtaexn3xnlvwq

Mobile Web 2.0. Theoretical-technical framework and developing trends

Hugo Pardo Kuklinski, Joel Brandt, Juan Pablo Puerta
2008 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
In addition to it, the difficulties and limitations faced by the industry, the seven principles of Web 2.0 for mobile devices, and product, content and GUI aspects of this incipient market will be analyzed  ...  This piece of research delineates an original theoretical and technical framework that helps introduce the reader to the mobile Web 2.0 phenomenon.  ...  Given that Web 2.0 applications were originally designed to be navigated from a computer, with a 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, mouse, keyboard and drag-and-drop features: what is the best way to adapt Web  ... 
doaj:c55b5a1e5a0a4e318945a50478ec5034 fatcat:jaxoeukjtjabheqy5tuiiim2je

Model-driven Engineering of Active Context-awareness

Stefano Ceri, Florian Daniel, Federico M. Facca, Maristella Matera
2007 World wide web (Bussum)  
Whereas conventional adaptive hypermedia systems address the problem of adapting HTML pages in response to user-generated requests, in this work we especially stress the importance of user-independent,  ...  In this paper we propose a model-driven approach towards adaptive, context-aware Web applications, accompanied by a general-purpose execution framework enabling active context-awareness.  ...  This work has been supported by the Italian FIRB Project MAIS (Multi-channel Adaptive Information Systems).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-006-0014-5 fatcat:i3bvwv5miffkxpc6huv2l2qbii

Analysis of difficulties in Web use for elderly people

R. Fukuda, H. Bubb
2002 Gerontechnology  
The initial study examined if older adults encounter difficulty using real world telephone menu systems and to gather data on menu usability. Six real world telephone menu systems were examined.  ...  Unfortunately, many users have experienced difficulty and frustration using these systems.  ...  The participants completed a battery of ability tests and completed a hypertext navigation task similar to browsing the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.120.00 fatcat:sx54l7i32ngyjmcwvm42wzpusa
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