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A model-driven methodology to the content layout problem in web applications
Sara Comai, Davide Mazza
Article No.: 10
This article presents a model-driven approach for the design of the layout in a complex Web application, where large amounts of data are accessed. The aim of this work is to reduce, as much as possible, repetitive tasks and to factor out common...
We study the problem of automatically extracting information networks formed by recognizable entities as well as relations among them from social media sites. Our approach consists of using state-of-the-art natural language processing tools to...
FoXtrot: Distributed structural and value XML filtering
Iris Miliaraki, Manolis Koubarakis
Article No.: 12
Publish/subscribe systems have emerged in recent years as a promising paradigm for offering various popular notification services. In this context, many XML filtering systems have been proposed to efficiently identify XML data that matches user...
Navigating tomorrow's web: From searching and browsing to visual exploration
Marian Dörk, Carey Williamson, Sheelagh Carpendale
Article No.: 13
We propose a new way of navigating the Web using interactive information visualizations, and present encouraging results from a large-scale Web study of a visual exploration system. While the Web has become an immense, diverse information space,...