Cyberbrowsing: Information Customization on the Web

@article{Berghel1999CyberbrowsingIC,
  title={Cyberbrowsing: Information Customization on the Web},
  author={H. Berghel and D. Berleant and Thomas Foy and M. McGuire},
  journal={J. Am. Soc. Inf. Sci.},
  year={1999},
  volume={50},
  pages={505-511}
}
The ability to discriminate and distinguish among individual documents in the ever-increasing volume of information available through digital networks is becoming more and more difficult. With websites being added to the 100 million installed base by tens of thousands per month, information overload is inevitable (H. Berghel, 1997). There are two basic paradigms for dealing with this information overload: filtering (Information filtering, 1992) information before it reaches the end-user, and… Expand

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