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Thomas D. Rossing: Science of Percussion Instruments Hardcover, 2000, ISBN 981-02-4158-5, 208 pages, illustrated, references, name index, subject index; World Scientific, Series in Popular Science, Volume 3, World Scientific Publishing, Farrer Road, P. O. Box 128, Singapore 912805; telephone (+65) 466-5775; fax (+65) 467-7667; electronic mail wspc@wspc.com.sg; World Wide Web www.worldscientific.com

Anthony De Ritis
2002 Computer Music Journal  
His presentation also touched on related issues such as real-time ''jamming'' over the World Wide Web.  ...  pogal@pogus .com; World Wide Web www.pogus.com Paul Koonce: Walkabout & Back Compact disc, 2000, mode 90; available from Mode Records, P.O.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2002.26.2.97 fatcat:7xvqgmg7fzgk7j5mruw2eniage

Overview of Search Engine and Crawler

Gaurav KumarSrivastav, Irphan Ali, Atul Kumar Srivastava
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Search Engine is find out the relevant content for the World Wide Web. We have solve other problem of search engine by the help of web crawler and proposed a working architecture of web crawler.  ...  Solve the problem of web crawler by the parallel web crawler.  ...  Search engines are the program that search web document for a specified keywords and return a list of the all web documents where the keywords were found in World Wide Web [2] .World Wide Web are combination  ... 
doi:10.5120/15402-3847 fatcat:lg6x7uwvb5adjcmuqsindg72sm

A SURVEY ON WEB MINING TECHNIQUES

K. Velkumar, Dr. P. Thendral
2020 International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research  
So, it becomes a challenging task to retrieve useful and novel information and knowledge from this huge, dynamic structurally complex and ever-growing World Wide Web.  ...  Web Content mining retrieve knowledge from the content of web documents. Web structure mining is retrieve the structure information from the web.  ...  Thus World Wide Web has become the largest source of information for mining tasks.  ... 
doi:10.23883/ijrter.conf.20200315.027.x6bxa fatcat:c5ptduil2bgjfjrtli5crqpu2i

Page 171 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 24, Issue 2 [page]

2001 Communication Abstracts  
WORLD WIDE WEB. This volume describes the growth and development of the World Wide Web as a communications medium since its inception. The contributors focus, within their  ...  WORLD WIDE WEB. This chapter is divided into three basic sections, each accompanied by tabular material that illustrates the main points.  ... 

ما وراء البیانات وأجیال العنکبوتیة

منیرة محمد مظهر لطفى محمد مظهر
2018 بحوث فی علم المکتبات والمعلومات  
[Accessed 27/2/ 2016]. History of the World Wide Web [online]. In : Wikipedia : The Free Encyclopedia. Available At : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_World_Wide_Web Gill, Tony.  ...  World Wide Web and Its Journey from Web 1.0 to Web 4.0.[online]. (IJCSIT) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies, Vol. 5 (6) , 2014.  ... 
doi:10.21608/sjrc.2018.80976 fatcat:r5ljlj2b2vdktir2473y55zkqe

Page 769 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 21, Issue 5 [page]

1998 Communication Abstracts  
Internet Research 8(2):156-165, 1998. INTERNET. INTERNET USE. JOB CHARACTERISTICS. OCCUPATIONS. SINGAPORE. WORLD WIDE WEB.  ...  Marketing opportunities in the digital world. Internet Research 8(2):185-194, 1998. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION. MARKETING. MARKETING MODELS. WORLD WIDE WEB.  ... 

Page 152 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 11, Issue CP3 [page]

1997 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
EDITORIAL THE JOURNAL OF COMPUTING IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WORLD WIDE WEB HOMEPAGE introduction and Background The World Wide Web is increasingly becoming a popular publishing media that combines hypertext  ...  The Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, in its con- tinual efforts to enhance services to its readers and contribu- tors, has launched its World Wide Web homepage as a result of an initiative in  ... 

Page 261 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 22, Issue 2 [page]

1999 Communication Abstracts  
Journalism and Mass Communi- cation Quarterly 75(2):325-340, Summer 1998. INTERNET. ONLINE PUBLICATIONS. ONLINE RESEARCH. WORLD WIDE WES.  ...  This study surveyed politically interested Web users online to examine whether they view World Wide Web publications as credible as their traditionally delivered counterparts.  ... 

To research online or not to research online: using internet-based research in Islamic Studies context

Nurdin Nurdin
2017 Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies  
"> Indonesia is the largest Muslim country and the eighth largest Internet user in the world. Around 78 million people in Indonesia use the Internet in their daily lives.  ...  Nematbakhsh, and Hadi Khosravi Farsani, "Evolution of the World Wide Web: From Web 1.0 to Web 4.0", International Journal of Web & Semantic Technology (IJWesT), Volume 3, Numer 1 (2012), 1-10. 18 Aleks  ...  Aghaei, Sareh, Mohammad Ali Nematbakhsh, and Hadi Khosravi Farsani, "Evolution of the World Wide Web: From Web 1.0 to Web 4.0", International Journal of Web & Semantic Technology (IJWesT), Volume 3, Numer  ... 
doi:10.18326/ijims.v7i1.31-54 fatcat:m3mwuuiwuzfuxgoo6z3ht7zs4y

An Assessment of The Web Presence of Top 10 University in Southeast Asia

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
In summary, the study shows the involvement of the universities website on the web space does not give a directimpact to the ranking of the university in the world but the web mention by Wikipedia to the  ...  The contribution of universities website in indicating the performance of the university by using the webometrics analysis method has not been widely done yet by other researchers.The use of webometrics  ...  This will also increase their level of visibility in the world wide web.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.i8746.078919 fatcat:piu2qjpimnasfarkcimqddspci

Topological Structure and Interest Spectrum of the Group Interest Network [chapter]

Ning Zhang
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
In this paper, the behavior characteristics that the specifical campus group users accessing world wide web has been studied, the dynamic group interest network has been constructed, which was a para-bipartite  ...  Although the users' visiting time is random and the web pages they visited are different but the interests of a majority of the campus group are accordant.  ...  The power law degree distribution of World Wide Web let it has dual-characteristics, robust and frangible [17] . N.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02466-5_71 fatcat:xxjqpvyicbcjdfje6gnxohfur4

A workload characterization study of the 1998 World Cup Web site

M. Arlitt, T. Jin
2000 IEEE Network  
This article presents a detailed workload characterization study of the 1998 World Cup W e b site. Measurements from this site were collected over a three-month period.  ...  information on the World Cup Web site architecture; Katey Kennedy and Robert Slinn for providing statistics on the television audiences for the World Cup; Mark Crovella of Boston University, for his assistance  ...  The authors are particularly grateful to the people at EDS who provided the World Cup access logs; Christian Hostelet, HP Technical Director of the World Cup; Joel Dubedat and Jean Le Saint for providing  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.844498 fatcat:afrell5ccjc7paqtwrcc2lwaxe

The WWW of the World Wide Web: Who, What, and Why?

John Powell, Aileen Clarke
2002 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Current estimates suggest that 25 million people in the UK have access to the World Wide Web, and 14 million use it regularly [1]. Worldwide over 500 million people have logged on [2].  ...  They have access to over 3 billion Web documents [3], and at least 2% of Web sites are health related [4] .  ...  Wide Web, and 14 million use it regularly [1].  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.4.1.e4 pmid:11956036 pmcid:PMC1761925 fatcat:y3ydy3cgizgnjihnfztdlghgmy

Page 865 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 22, Issue 6 [page]

1999 Communication Abstracts  
WORLD WIDE WEB. There are few established criteria for judging the success, effectiveness, or impact, of commercial sites on the World Wide Web, and little common ground for comparative purposes.  ...  Each chapter is centered on an analysis of memorable (or not so memorable) advertisements from Britain and the United States, on posters, on television, or on the World Wide Web.  ... 

Comparative Study of Web Page Classification Approaches

Pooja Vinod, Purvi Prajapati
2018 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The important technique for web mining is web page classification because classifying the web pages of interesting class is the initial step of data mining.  ...  Web pages are allocated to pre-determined categories which is done mainly according to their content in Web page classification.  ...  related to the World Wide Web [2] .  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2018916994 fatcat:2apvf6dzgbf5rgljynp7ymy22u
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