Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques

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Woojong Suh
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2005 - Computers - 364 pages
As most organizations have expanded traditional business space into web-based environments, a more complete and thorough understanding of Web Engineering is becoming vital for organizations. However, the definition of Web Engineering is growing more and more blurred. Although based primarily on MIS and computer science areas, Web Engineering covers a wide range of disciplines, thus making it difficult to gain an understanding of the field. Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques provides clarity to this often muddied issue. Covering a wide range of topics such as: basic perspectives on Web Engineering, development methodologies for Web applications, Web metrics and quality models, Web resource management techniques and standards, maintenance and evolution methods for Web applications, and Web intelligence techniques and models this book provides the necessary tools vital for organizations to utilize the full potential of Web Engineering. Essential for both researchers and practitioners, Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques covers a wide range of topics vital to strengthening professional insights and capabilities within the field of Web Engineering.
 

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Contents

Introduction and Perspectives
1
A Reference Model and Guide
31
Methodologies and Techniques
75
Chapter III Web Application Development Methodologies1
76
A Technique to Enhance Systems Analysis for Web Development
97
Chapter V Engineering LocationBased Services in the Web
114
Models and Methods
131
A Balance between Rigor and Relevance
132
Chapter IX OntologySupported Web Content Management
203
Chapter X Design Principles and Applications of XRML
224
Techniques and Methodologies
241
Chapter XI Program Transformations for Web Application Restructuring
242
Chapter XII The Requirements of Methodologies for Developing Web Applications
261
Chapter XIII A Customer AnalysisBased Methodology for Improving Web Business Systems
281
Techniques and Applications
308
Chapter XV Data Mining Using Qualitative Information on the Web
332

A Longitudinal Study of Internet Bookstores
161
An Introduction
182
Models and Techniques
202
About the Authors
353
Index
360
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