James E. Pitkow
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Abstract This paper presents the results of a study conducted at Georgia Institute of Technology that captured client-side user events of NCSA's XMosaic. Actual user behavior, as determined from… Expand
Modeling and predicting user surfing paths involves tradeoffs between model complexity and predictive accuracy. In this paper we explore predictive modeling techniques that attempt to reduce model… Expand
On the Web, users typically forage for information by navigating from page to page along Web links. Their surfing patterns or actions are guided by their information needs. Researchers need tools to… Expand
Several visualizations have emerged which attempt to visualize all or part of the World Wide Web. Those visualizations, however, fail to present the dynamically changing ecology of users and… Expand
In its current implementation, the World-Wide Web lacks much of the explicit structure and strong typing found in many closed hypertext systems. While this property probably relates to the explosive… Expand
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. Users’ ability to find… Expand
Designers and researchers of users' interactions with the World Wide Web need tools that permit the rapid exploration of hypotheses about complex interactions of user goals, user behaviors, and Web… Expand
A contextual computing approach may prove a breakthrough in personalized search efficiency.
Background Vast amounts of attention and resources have recently been devoted towards the World Wide Web (WWW) [Berners-Lee 94], but relatively little research has been conducted that examines Web… Expand