Information Gathering in the World-Wide Web: The W3QL Query Language and the W3QS System

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The World Wide Web (WWW) is a fast growing global information resource. It contains an enormous amount of information and provides access to a variety of services. Since there is no central control and very few standards of information organization or service offering, searching for information and services is a widely recognized problem. To some degree… (More)
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@article{Konopnicki1998InformationGI, title={Information Gathering in the World-Wide Web: The W3QL Query Language and the W3QS System}, author={David Konopnicki and Oded Shmueli}, journal={ACM Trans. Database Syst.}, year={1998}, volume={23}, pages={369-410} }