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Whitepaper: A Unified Platform for Data Driven Web Applications With Automatic Client-Server Partitioning

by International World Wide Web Conference CommitteeJan 01, 2008

This paper introduces a unified platform for automatic partitioning of data-driven web applications. Our approach is based on Hilda, a high-level declarative programming language with a unified data and programming model for all the layers of the application. Based on run-time properties of the application, Hilda?s run time system automatically partitions the application between the tiers to improve response time while adhering to memory and/or processing constraints at the clients. The


Whitepaper: Detecting Spam Web Pages Through Content Analysis

by International World Wide Web Conference CommitteeJan 01, 2008

This paper from International World Wide Web Conference Committee describes investigations of ?Web Spam? the injection of artificially-created pages into the web in order to influence the results from search engines, to drive traffic to certain pages for fun or profit. This paper considers some previously-undescribed techniques for automatically detecting spam pages, examines the effectiveness of these techniques in isolation and when aggregated using classification algorithms.


Whitepaper: Detecting Online Commercial Intention (OCI)

by International World Wide Web Conference CommitteeJan 01, 2008

This paper focuses attention on capturing commercial intention from search queries and Web pages, when a user submits the query or browse a Web page and is about to commit or in the middle of a commercial activity, such as purchase, auction, selling or paid service. The authors call the commercial intentions behind a user’s online activities as OCI (Online Commercial Intention) and present the framework of building machine learning models to learn OCI based on any Web page content. Based on


Whitepaper: Object-Level Ranking: Bringing Order to Web Objects

by International World Wide Web Conference CommitteeJan 01, 2008

This International World Wide Web Conference Committee paper studies how to calculate the object popularity scores of Web objects based on their Web popularity and the object relationship graph. Traditional PageRank algorithms is no longer valid because of the existence of heterogeneous relationships between objects. PopRank, a method which considers both the Web popularity of an object and the object relationships to calculate the popularity score of the Web object.


Whitepaper: Ranking Definitions With Supervised Learning Methods

by International World Wide Web Conference CommitteeJan 01, 2008

This International World Wide Web Conference Committee paper concerns with the problem of definition search. The authors retrieve definitional excerpts of the term and rank the extracted excerpts according to their likelihood of being good definitions. This is in contrast to the traditional approaches of either generating a single combined definition or simply outputting all retrieved definitions. Definition ranking is essential for the task. Methods for performing definition ranking are