Web Mining: Applications and Techniques

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Anthony Scime
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005 - Computers - 427 pages
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Web Mining is moving the World Wide Web toward a more useful environment in which users can quickly and easily find the information they need. Web Mining uses document content, hyperlink structure, and usage statistics to assist users in meeting their needed information. This book provides a record of current research and practical applications in Web searching. It includes techniques that will improve the utilization of the Web by the design of Web sites, as well as the design and application of search agents. This book presents research and related applications in a manner that encourages additional work toward improving the reduction of information overflow, which is so common today in Web search results.
 

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Contents

Metadata Management A Requirement for Web Warehousing and Knowledge Management
1
Mining for Web Personalization
27
Using Context Information to Build a TopicSpecific Crawling System
50
Ontology Learning from a Domain Web Corpus
69
MARS Multiplicative Adaptive Refinement Web Search
99
Exploiting Captions for Web Data Mining
119
Towards a Danger Theory Inspired Artificial Immune System for Web Mining
145
XML Semantics
169
Web Graph Clustering for Displays and Navigation of Cyberspace
253
Integrating Semantic Knowledge with Web Usage Mining for Personalization
276
Web Usage Mining in Search Engines
307
Efficient Web Mining for Traversal Path Patterns
322
Analysis of Document Viewing Patterns of Web Search Engine Users
339
A Java Technology Based Distributed Software Architecture for Web Usage Mining
355
Web Usage Mining Algorithms and Results
373
The Scent of a Newsgroup Providing Personalized Access to Usenet Sites through Web Mining
393

Classification on Top of Data Cube
189
Data Cleansing and Validation for Multiple Site Link Structure Analysis
208
Extracting and Customizing Information Using MultiAgents
228
About the Authors
415
Index
424
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