Advances in web intelligence : First International Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference, AWIC 2003, Madrid, Spain, May 5-6, 2003 : proceedings / Ernestina Menasalvas, Javier Segovia, Piotr S. Szczepaniak (eds.).

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Contributor(s): Menasalvas, Ernestina, 1970- | Segovia, Javier, 1963- | Szczepaniak, Piotr S, 1953- | LINK (Online service)
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 2663.Publisher: Berlin ; Hong Kong : Springer-Verlag, ©2003Description: 1 online resource (xii, 350 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540448310; 3540448314Other title: AWIC 2003Subject(s): World Wide Web -- Congresses | World Wide WebGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:International Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference (1st : 2003 : Madrid, Spain): Advances in Web intelligence : First International Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference, AWIC 2003, Madrid, Spain, May 5-6, 2003 : proceedingsDDC classification: 004.67/8 LOC classification: TK5105.888Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Invited Speakers -- Toward Web Intelligence -- From Search Engines to Question-Answering Systems -- The Need for New Tools -- Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Retrieval of Visual Data Semantic Information -- General Session -- A Framework to Integrate Business Goals in Web Usage Mining -- Clustered Organized Conceptual Queries in the Internet Using Fuzzy Interrelations -- Collaborative Filtering Using Interval Estimation Naïve Bayes -- DJ-Boids: Flocks of DJ's to Program Internet Multichannel Radio Stations -- Evaluating the Informative Quality of Web Sites by Fuzzy Computing with Words -- Mining Association Rules Using Fuzzy Inference on Web Data -- The "Who Is It?" Problem Application for Customizable Web Sites -- Using Case-Based Reasoning to Improve Information Retrieval in Knowledge Management Systems -- Web Page Classification: A Soft Computing Approach -- Special Session: Web Security -- Content-Based Methodology for Anomaly Detection on the Web -- Designing Reliable Web Security Systems Using Rule-Based Systems Approach -- Secure Intelligent Agents Based on Formal Description Techniques -- Special Session: Semantic Web -- A Natural Language Interface for Information Retrieval on Semantic Web Documents -- Conceptual User Tracking -- Coping with Web Knowledge -- Formalization of Web Design Patterns Using Ontologies -- Special Session: Web Authoring and Design -- A Multi-agent System for Web Document Authoring -- On the Vague Modelling of Web Page Characteristics Regarding Usability -- Semantic Interoperability Based on Ontology Mapping in Distributed Collaborative Design Environment -- The Use of Data Mining Techniques to Classify Styles and Types of Web-Based Information: Generation of Style Sheets Using Data Mining -- Special Session: Web Information Retrieval -- Building Topic Profiles Based on Expert Profile Aggregation -- Carrot2 and Language Properties in Web Search Results Clustering -- Practical Evaluation of Textual Fuzzy Similarity as a Tool for Information Retrieval -- Rough -- Fuzzy Reasoning for Customized Text Information Retrieval -- Special Session: Agents for the Web -- A Machine Learning Based Evaluation of a Negotiation between Agents Involving Fuzzy Counter-Offers -- Autonomous Agents to Support Interoperability and Physical Integration in Pervasive Environments -- Feature Selection Algorithms to Improve Documents' Classification Performance -- ROSA -- Multi-agent System for Web Services Personalization -- Supporting Software Maintenance in Web Repositories through a Multi-agent System -- Special Session: User Behavior -- A Hybrid Method for Patterns Mining and Outliers Detection in the Web Usage Log -- Analysis of User's Behaviour in Very Large Business Application Systems with Methods of the Web Usage Mining -- A Case Study on SAP® R/3® -- Automation of the Deep Web with User Defined Behaviours.
Summary: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference, AWIC 2003, held in Madrid, Spain in May 2003. The 32 revised full papers presented together with 3 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on general issues in Web intelligence, Web security, semantic Web, Web authoring and design, Web information retrieval, agents for the Web, and user behavior.
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference, AWIC 2003, held in Madrid, Spain in May 2003. The 32 revised full papers presented together with 3 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on general issues in Web intelligence, Web security, semantic Web, Web authoring and design, Web information retrieval, agents for the Web, and user behavior.

Invited Speakers -- Toward Web Intelligence -- From Search Engines to Question-Answering Systems -- The Need for New Tools -- Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Retrieval of Visual Data Semantic Information -- General Session -- A Framework to Integrate Business Goals in Web Usage Mining -- Clustered Organized Conceptual Queries in the Internet Using Fuzzy Interrelations -- Collaborative Filtering Using Interval Estimation Naïve Bayes -- DJ-Boids: Flocks of DJ's to Program Internet Multichannel Radio Stations -- Evaluating the Informative Quality of Web Sites by Fuzzy Computing with Words -- Mining Association Rules Using Fuzzy Inference on Web Data -- The "Who Is It?" Problem Application for Customizable Web Sites -- Using Case-Based Reasoning to Improve Information Retrieval in Knowledge Management Systems -- Web Page Classification: A Soft Computing Approach -- Special Session: Web Security -- Content-Based Methodology for Anomaly Detection on the Web -- Designing Reliable Web Security Systems Using Rule-Based Systems Approach -- Secure Intelligent Agents Based on Formal Description Techniques -- Special Session: Semantic Web -- A Natural Language Interface for Information Retrieval on Semantic Web Documents -- Conceptual User Tracking -- Coping with Web Knowledge -- Formalization of Web Design Patterns Using Ontologies -- Special Session: Web Authoring and Design -- A Multi-agent System for Web Document Authoring -- On the Vague Modelling of Web Page Characteristics Regarding Usability -- Semantic Interoperability Based on Ontology Mapping in Distributed Collaborative Design Environment -- The Use of Data Mining Techniques to Classify Styles and Types of Web-Based Information: Generation of Style Sheets Using Data Mining -- Special Session: Web Information Retrieval -- Building Topic Profiles Based on Expert Profile Aggregation -- Carrot2 and Language Properties in Web Search Results Clustering -- Practical Evaluation of Textual Fuzzy Similarity as a Tool for Information Retrieval -- Rough -- Fuzzy Reasoning for Customized Text Information Retrieval -- Special Session: Agents for the Web -- A Machine Learning Based Evaluation of a Negotiation between Agents Involving Fuzzy Counter-Offers -- Autonomous Agents to Support Interoperability and Physical Integration in Pervasive Environments -- Feature Selection Algorithms to Improve Documents' Classification Performance -- ROSA -- Multi-agent System for Web Services Personalization -- Supporting Software Maintenance in Web Repositories through a Multi-agent System -- Special Session: User Behavior -- A Hybrid Method for Patterns Mining and Outliers Detection in the Web Usage Log -- Analysis of User's Behaviour in Very Large Business Application Systems with Methods of the Web Usage Mining -- A Case Study on SAP® R/3® -- Automation of the Deep Web with User Defined Behaviours.

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