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This paper explores the use of social annotations to improve websearch. Nowadays, many services, e.g. del.icio.us, have been developed for web users to organize and share their favorite webpages on line by using social annotations. We observe that the social annotations can benefit web search in two aspects: 1) the annotations are usually good summaries of(More)
As a social service in Web 2.0, folksonomy provides the users the ability to save and organize their bookmarks online with "social annotations" or "tags". Social annotations are high quality descriptors of the web pages' topics as well as good indicators of web users' interests. We propose a personalized search framework to utilize folksonomy for(More)
This paper is concerned with the problem of browsing social annotations. Today, a lot of services (e.g., Del.icio.us, Filckr) have been provided for helping users to manage and share their favorite URLs and photos based on social annotations. Due to the exponential increasing of the social annotations, more and more users, however, are facing the problem(More)
The dramatic increase in crime relating to the Internet and computers has caused a growing need for computer forensics. Computer forensic tools have been developed to assist computer forensic investigators in conducting a proper investigation into digital crimes. In general, the bulk of the computer forensic tools available on the market permit(More)
Recently digital forensics has become a prominent activity in crime investigation since computers are increasingly used as tools to commit crimes. During forensic investigation the digital devices such as desktops, notebooks, smart phones etc. found at the crime scene are collected for further investigation. Investigators have to go through humongous amount(More)
This paper is concerned with the problem of boosting social annotations using propagation, which is also called social propagation. In particular, we focus on propagating social annotations of web pages (e.g., annotations in Del.icio.us). Although social annotations are developing fast, they cover only a small proportion of Web pages on the World Wide Web.(More)
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