Evaluating contents-link coupled web page clustering for web search results

@inproceedings{Wang2002EvaluatingCC,
  title={Evaluating contents-link coupled web page clustering for web search results},
  author={Yitong Wang and Masaru Kitsuregawa},
  booktitle={CIKM},
  year={2002}
}
Clustering is currently one of the most crucial techniques for dealing (e.g. resources locating, information interpreting) with massive amount of heterogeneous information on the web. Unlike clustering in other fields, web page clustering separates unrelated pages and clusters related pages (to a specific topic) into semantically meaningful groups, which is useful for discrimination, summarization, organization and navigation of unstructured web pages. We have proposed a contents-link coupled… CONTINUE READING
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