Data Mining of User Navigation Patterns

@inproceedings{Borges1999DataMO,
  title={Data Mining of User Navigation Patterns},
  author={Jos{\'e} Borges and Mark Levene},
  booktitle={WEBKDD},
  year={1999}
}
We propose a data mining model that captures the user nav igation behaviour patterns The user navigation sessions are modelled as a hypertext probabilistic grammar whose higher probability strings cor respond to the user s preferred trails An algorithm to e ciently mine such trails is given We make use of the Ngram model which assumes that the last N pages browsed a ect the probability of the next page to be visited The model is based on the theory of probabilistic grammars providing it with a… CONTINUE READING
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