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World wide web journal: Fourth international world wide web conference

1996 Computers and Mathematics with Applications  
Structured cooperative authoring on the World Wide Web (Dominique Decouchant, Vincent Quint and Manuel Romero Salcedo). The boomerang white paper: A page as you like it (Curtis E.  ...  A generic map interface to query geographic information using the World Wide Web (David Crossley and Tony Boston). Performance-Based Student Assessment: Challenqes and Possibilities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0898-1221(96)90205-9 fatcat:dqrbdxdh6zcojh3k2hswycm3ie

Medical journals on the World Wide Web

R Kiley
1998 Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  
Wide Webl.  ...  Some 2680 medical and life science journals already have their own Web sites3.  ... 
pmid:9659334 pmcid:PMC1296571 fatcat:e74kdlvu7jafvd2bhf3i3mx7r4

Infectious Diseases Journals on the World Wide Web: Attractions and Limitations

Ume L. Abbas, Victor L. Yu
2001 Clinical Infectious Diseases  
Online infectious diseases (ID) journals are an increasingly common Web phenomenon.  ...  The Web sites of 18 journals pertaining to general ID and infection control and hospital epidemiology were evaluated for a set of 24 Web interface characteristics and online features.  ...  The Web site of the American Journal of Infection Control has a 3-tiered navigation bar.  ... 
doi:10.1086/322701 pmid:11512087 fatcat:cxlcg3pbl5chvlh3stsxh5artu

Publishing biomedical journals on the World-Wide Web using an open architecture model

E P Shareck, R A Greenes
1996 Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium  
Economic and technical issues play a major role in developing World-Wide Web publishing solutions.  ...  In March, 1996, the New England Journal of Medicine published its first World-Wide Web issue. Explorations with other publishers have helped to generalize the model.  ...  Biomedical publications are ideally suited for distribution via the World-Wide Web (WWW) due to well-developed indexing technologies, extensive cross-linking, and longevity of their content's value.  ... 
pmid:8947685 pmcid:PMC2233233 fatcat:mdjw5hdzuzflbbgw4rqtfsxzd4

World Wide Web (WWW)

Yasumasa TANAKA
1998 Japanese Journal of Electoral Studies  
The present paper is an attempt to review the progress of "World Wide Web" (WWW) and assess its potentials as the emerging election campaign and news madia.  ...  dential elections as example, this paper examines use of WWW as regards the location (address) of major websites exclusive to the presidential elec- tions; the exten of coverage; the structure of web  ... 
doi:10.14854/jaes1986.13.179 fatcat:4pkj7i7t5rahrmdo3eavlh77fi

Diameter of the World-Wide Web

Réka Albert, Hawoong Jeong, Albert-László Barabási
1999 Nature  
Despite its increasing role in communication, the world wide web remains the least controlled medium: any individual or institution can create websites with unrestricted number of documents and links.  ...  Here we take a first step to fill this gap: we use local connectivity measurements to construct a topological model of the world wide web, allowing us to explore and characterize its large scale properties  ...  Internet Growth dynamics of the World-Wide Web The exponential growth of the World-Wide Web has transformed it into an ecology of knowledge in which highly diverse information is linked in an extremely  ... 
doi:10.1038/43601 fatcat:uycrkzlcara7zprtrwzamfqlya


Michael P. Papazoglou
2012 World wide web (Bussum)  
., local database and workflow servers, of organisations engaging in business transactions that are composed of interacting web services.  ...  The need for a business transaction framework In the world of web services, a business process specifies the potential execution order of operations originating from a collection of web services, the shared  ...  This property requires resource locking that is impractical in the business world.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1022308532661 fatcat:22gldyknpzck7cc7olfmmb6kum

Web accessibility guidelines

Simon Harper, Alex Q. Chen
2011 World wide web (Bussum)  
The World Wide Web (Web) is in constant evolutionary change. This evolution occurs along many fronts and is led by infrastructure developers, Web designers, technologists, and users.  ...  It is precisely this heterogeneity which gives the Web its strength and its weakness.  ...  Conclusions and Future Work Web accessibility aims to help people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with, as well as contribute to, the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-011-0130-8 fatcat:4jen3oila5dtxicdermdln2zzi

Introduction to the special issue of the World Wide Web journal on "Social Media Preservation and Applications"

Alexandra I. Cristea, Dimitrios Katsaros, Yannis Manolopoulos
2014 World wide web (Bussum)  
The approach includes a model for generating a wrapper that exploits web feeds for deriving probabilistically (based on entropy) a set of extraction rules in an automatic way. The World Wide  ...  , emulation and web preservation strategies.  ...  In particular, they propose an algorithm to automatically build a world-level emotional dictionary for social emotion detection. The method is validated by experiments with real-world data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-014-0282-4 fatcat:yaaoiux3ync3dm4o6ml5zf73bu

Electronic Commerce and World Wide Web Apprehensiveness: An Examination of Consumers' Perceptions of the World Wide Web

Alex M. Susskind
2006 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
Through a telephone survey of 204 residents from a northeastern state, participants' perceptions of the World Wide Web usage were investigated.  ...  In a path model, the relationships between perceptions and attitudes toward World Wide Web (WWW) use and manifest usage behaviors were tested.  ...  INSERT TABLE 1 HERE Electronic Commerce and World Wide Web Apprehensiveness, 42 Electronic Commerce and World Wide Web Apprehensiveness, 43 Electronic Commerce and World Wide Web Apprehensiveness  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.2004.tb00287.x fatcat:iw73czx6wbgefdq6tlrz6nzmzm

EPS on World-Wide Web

1994 EurophysicsNews  
Lett. 18 (1992) EPS on World-Wide Web The main information retrieval systems used on the all-pervasive Internet electronic commu nication network are Gopher, WIAS and World-Wide Web (W3).  ...  -The 1st International Conference on the World-Wide Web will be held at CERN on 25-27 May 1994.  ... 
doi:10.1051/epn/19942501006 fatcat:rc3ozhfabzfqfjf44mcv363jb4

The web-wide world

Declan Butler
2006 Nature  
"I think it's just a short matter of time before NEWS FEATURE NATURE|Vol 439|16 February 2006 776 The web-wide world Life happens in three dimensions, so why doesn't science?  ...  The GIS software is already an important tool for understanding spatial and temporal factors in a wide range of disciplines.  ... 
doi:10.1038/439776a pmid:16482123 fatcat:7mnryowk6zbwvoxrd6zlrlbdxq

Thinking and feeling on the World Wide Web: the impact of product type and time on World Wide Web advertising effectiveness

Micael Dahlén
2002 Journal of Marketing Communications  
Drawing from theory on functional versus expressive products and wear in versus wear out it argues that product type and time are important factors in World Wide Web (WWW) advertising.  ...  THE IMPACT OF PRODUCT TYPE AND TIME ON WORLD WIDE WEB ADVERTISING: PREVIOUS RESEARCH Recent research has shown that banner advertisement and WWW site performances are affected by product type.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13527260210142347 fatcat:byxkdlicbfbm5awkq45ucujs5e

Searching the World Wide Web

S. Lawrence
1998 Science  
The coverage and recency of the major World Wide Web search engines was analyzed, yielding some surprising results.  ...  Analysis of the overlap between pairs of engines gives an estimated lower bound on the size of the indexable Web of 320 million pages.  ...  The Internet and the World Wide Web (the Web) represent significant advancements for the retrieval and dissemination of scientific and other literature and for the advancement of education (2, 4) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.280.5360.98 pmid:9525866 fatcat:mq6k3ly2yjg2nk7g5gfiiemuga

Towards a quantum World Wide Web

Diederik Aerts, Jonito Aerts Arguëlles, Lester Beltran, Lyneth Beltran, Isaac Distrito, Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi, Sandro Sozzo, Tomas Veloz
2018 Theoretical Computer Science  
We elaborate a quantum model for the meaning associated with corpora of written documents, like the pages forming the World Wide Web.  ...  In other words, we offer a perspective where a collection of documents, like the Web, is described as the space of manifestation of a more complex entity - the QWeb - which is the object of our modeling  ...  ., the conjunction fallacy and the Guppy effect, have been recently identified in simple document retrieval experiments, using search engines such as 'Google' and 'Yahoo', on the World Wide Web (simply  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tcs.2018.03.019 fatcat:jxnsqxr2znhmdbjm472aswltcy
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