Progress in WWW Research and Development: 10th Asia-Pacific Web Conference, APWeb 2008, Shenyang, China, April 26-28, 2008, Proceedings (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 8, 2008 - Computers - 699 pages
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engineering technologies and research activities, not only in the Asia-Paci?c region but also in the international research arena. April 2008 Hiroyuki Kitagawa Kam Fai Wong Preface The rapid development of Web applications and the ?ux of Web information require new technologies for the design, implementation and management of information infrastructure on the Web. This volume contains papers selected for presentation at the 10th Asia Paci?c Conference on Web Technology (APWeb 2008), which was held in Shenyang, China during April 26-28, 2008. APWeb is an international conference series on WWW technologies and is the primary forum for researchers, practitioners, developers and users from both academia and industry to exchange cutting-edge ideas, results, experience, techniques and tools on WWW-related technologies and new advanced applications. APWeb 2008 received 169 submissions from 19 countries and regions wor- wide, including USA, Australia, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, UK, Germany, India, France, Turkey,Pakistan,Switzerland, New Zealand, Iran, Macao, Malaysia, and Tunisia. After a thorough review process in which each paper was reviewed and recommended by at least three Program Committe (PC) members or external reviewers, the APWeb 2008 PC selected 48 regular research papers (acceptance ratio 28%) and 15 short papers (acceptance ratio 9%). This volume also includes four invited/keynote papers. The keynote l- tures were given by Masaru Kitsuregawa (University of Tokyo), Wei-Ying Ma (Microsoft Research Asia), Xuemin Lin (University of New South Wales) and Yong Shi (China Academy of Sciences).
  

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Contents

A System for Analysing the Societal Behavior from Long Term Web Archive
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Building WebScale Data Mining Infrastructure for Search
9
Aggregate Computation over Data Streams
10
A Family of Optimization Based Data Mining Methods
26
Detection Monitoring and Mining
39
Research and Practice in Data Quality
41
Detecting Overlapping Community Structures in Networks with Global Partition and Local Expansion
43
High Confidence FragmentBased Classification Rule Mining for Imbalanced HIV Data
56
Enhanced Mutual Authentication and Key Exchange Protocol for Wireless Communications
348
Verification of the Security Against Inference Attacks on XML Databases
359
Mining Ranking and Using Acronym Patterns
371
A Method for Web Information Extraction
383
Techniques and Practices
395
PatternBased Extraction of Addresses from Web Page Content
407
An Effective Method Supporting Data Extraction and Schema Recognition on Deep Web
419
The Experiments with the Linear Combination Data Fusion Method in Information Retrieval
432

Source Credibility Model for Neighbor Selection in Collaborative Web Content Recommendation
68
The Layered World of Scientific Conferences
81
Mining Maximal Frequent Subtrees with ListsBased PatternGrowth Method
93
Mining the Web for Hyponymy Relations Based on Property Inheritance
99
Detecting Outliers in Categorical Record Databases Based on Attribute Associations
111
An EnergyEfficient Multiagent Based Architecture in Wireless Sensor Network
124
Task Migration Enabling Grid Workflow Application Rescheduling
130
A Dependent Tasks Scheduling Model in Grid
136
A Hierarchical Replica Location Approach Based on Cache Mechanism and Load Balancing in Data Grid
148
Wireless VideoBased Sensor Networks for Surveillance of Residential Districts
154
Trust Maintenance Toward Virtual Computing Environment in the Grid Service
166
An Association Model of Sensor Properties for Event Diffusion Spotting Sensor Networks
178
A Grid Performance Testing System Using Customizable Synthetic Workload
190
A Decision Procedure for XPath Satisfiability in the Presence of DTD Containing Choice
202
Performance Analysis and Improvement for Transformation Operators in XML Data Integration
214
Similarity Computation for XML Documents by XML Element Sequence Patterns
227
Evolving Weighting Functions for Query Expansion Based on Relevance Feedback
233
OntologyBased Mobile Information Service Platform
239
On Safety Computability and Local Property of Web Queries Extended Abstract
251
Privacy Inference Attacking and Prevention on Multiple Relative KAnonymized Microdata Sets
263
Exposing Homograph Obfuscation Intentions by Coloring Unicode Strings
275
Problem
287
An Efficient Electronic Marketplace Bidding Auction Protocol with Bid Privacy
297
A Provable Secure Authentication Protocol Given Forward Secure Session Key
309
A Secure Multidimensional Partition Based Index in DAS
319
Multilateral Approaches to the Mobile RFID Security Problem Using Web Service
331
Classifying Security Patterns
342
Search
438
An Architecture for Distributed Controllable Networks and Manageable Node Based on Network Processor
450
Building a Scalable P2P Network with Small Routing Delay
456
An Efficient and Robust Adaptive Superpeer Overlay Network
468
Traceable P2P Record Exchange Based on Database Technologies
475
Towards Automating Domain Specific Ontology Construction Process
487
Ontological Knowledge Management Through Hybrid Unsupervised Clustering Techniques
499
SemanticEnabled Organization of Web Services
511
Rule Mining for Automatic Ontology Based Data Cleaning
522
Applications
528
A Novel and Effective Method for Web System Tuning Based on Feature Selection
537
Strategies for Fast Query Response in Distributed QueryIntensive Data Environments
548
A Novel Chi2 Algorithm for Discretization of Continuous Attributes
560
Mining Multiple Time Series Comovements
572
Sensing Data
584
Supporting TopK Aggregate Queries over Unequal Synopsis on Internet Traffic Streams
590
Onomatopoeia Online Example Dictionary System Extracted from Data on the Web
601
Connectivity of the Thai Web Graph
613
Keyword
625
A Scalable Semantic Searching Algorithm for Unstructured P2P Network
631
WebImageAnnotationBasedonAutomatically Obtained Noisy Training Set
637
An Effective Query Relaxation Solution for the Deep Web
649
A Framework for Query Capabilities and Interface Design of Mediators on the Gulf of Mexico Data Sources
660
Process Mediation Based on Triple Space Computing
672
An Efficient Approach for Supporting Dynamic Evolutionary Change of Adaptive Workflow
684
Author Index
696
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About the author (2008)

Dr. Yanchun Zhang is Associate Professsor and the Head of Computing Discipline in the Department of Mathematics and Computing at the University of Southern Queensland. He obtained PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Queensland in 1991. His research areas cover databases, electronic commerce, internet/web information systems, web data management, web search and web services. He has published over 100 research papers on these topics in international journals and conference proceedings, and edited over 10 books/proceedings and journal special issues. He is a co-founder and Co-Editor-In-Chief of World Wide Web: Internet and Web Information Systems and Co-Chairman of International Web Information Systems Engineering Society.

Dr. Jeffrey Xu Yu received his B.E., M.E. and Ph.D. in computer science, from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, in 1985, 1987 and 1990, respectively. Jeffrey Xu Yu was a faculty member in the Institute of Information Sciences and Electronics, University of Tsukuba, Japan, and was a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, The Australian National University. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research areas cover databases, data warehouse and data mining. He has published over 100 research papers on these topics in international journals and conference proceedings. Jeffrey Xu Yu is a member of ACM, and a society affiliate of IEEE Computer Society.

Dr Jingyu Hou received his BSc in Computational Mathematics from Shanghai University of Science and Technology (1985) and his PhD in Computational Mathematics from ShanghaiUniversity (1995). He is now a Lecturer in the School of Information Technology at Deakin University, Australia. He has also completed a PhD in Computer Science in the Department of Mathematics and Computing at The University of Southern Queensland, Australia. His research interests include Web-Based Data Management and Information Retrieval, Web Databases, Internet Computing and Electronic Commerce, and Semi-Structured Data Models. He has extensively published in the areas of Web information retrieval and Web Communities.

Elisa Bertino""" is a well known expert in the integration of AI and database techniques, areas of O-O, distributed, deductive and multimedia databases and database security. She has chaired and given tutorials at many international conferences and published hundreds of journal papers and a book. Elisa is currently a professor of computer science at the University of Milan. "Barbara Catania""" is an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Genova, specializing in deductive and multimedia databases, and indexing techniques in object-oriented and constraint databases. She has presented at a number of international conferences and co-authored a book. "Gian Piero Zarri""" is an internationally renowned consultant and researcher in the areas of knowledge-based systems, natural-language processing, databases and information retrieval systems. He is on the editorial board of a number of international scientific journals and on the program committee of many conferences on Knowledge-Based Systems. Gian Piero currently works as Research Director for CNRS, the French National Centre for Scientific Research.