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Characterizing Browsing Strategies in the World-Wide Web
This paper presents the results of a study conducted at Georgia Institute of Technology that captured client-side user events of NCSA's XMosaic. Expand
Mining Longest Repeating Subsequences to Predict World Wide Web Surfing
  • J. Pitkow, P. Pirolli
  • Computer Science
  • USENIX Symposium on Internet Technologies and…
  • 11 October 1999
Modeling and predicting user surfing paths involves tradeoffs between model complexity and predictive accuracy. Expand
Using information scent to model user information needs and actions and the Web
This paper aims to develop predictive models capable of modeling and extracting user needs and simulating usage with respect to these needs. Expand
Visualizing the evolution of Web ecologies
We present new techniques for Web Ecology and Evolution Visualization (WEEV). Expand
Silk from a sow's ear: extracting usable structures from the Web
In its current implementation, the World-Wide Web lacks much of the explicit structure and strong typing found in many closed hypertext systems. Expand
Life, death, and lawfulness on the electronic frontier
To facilitate users’ ability to make sense of large collections of hypertext we present two new techniques for inducing clusters of related documents on the World Wide Web. Expand
Emerging trends in the WWW user population
GVU's WWW User Surveys were initially conducted during January 1994. Expand
Personalized search
A contextual computing approach may prove a breakthrough in personalized search efficiency. Expand
Using the Web as a Survey Tool: Results from the Second WWW User Survey
This paper presents the initial results from the second World-Wide Web User Survey, which was advertised and made available to the Web user population for 38 days during October and November 1994. Expand