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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We present a case study about the application of the inductive database approach to the analysis of Web logs. We consider rich XML Web logs -called conceptual logs -that are generated by Web applications designed with the WebML conceptual model and developed with the WebRatio CASE tool. Conceptual logs integrate the usual information about user requests with meta-data concerning the structure of the content and the hypertext of a Web application. We apply a data mining language (MINE RULE) todoi:10.1007/11899402_9 fatcat:lnccpafwebcprkcepqkjgxm6be