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30 September 1996 Querying and browsing resources on the Internet
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Building a system for the users on the Internet to search interested resources or to provide guided browsing services has formed an important trend as a result of the rapid accumulation of information, the booming development of information system and the increasing requirement of resource sharing. In this paper, we present the Integrated resource Query and guidedBrowsing System (IQBS), which has been implemented at our laboratory, to achieve this goal. The scheme we proposed takes advantage of the strong power of the database system to structure and query data, and greatly promote the qua!ity and performance of searching resources in Internet. In addition, mechanisms are designed to guide the users on the Internet to conveniently browse resources with a reduced traffic cost. Keywords: Internet resource discovery, World wide web, Query processing, Rough set, Guided browsing, Supervised learning, Hypertext management.
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Yi-Hung Wu, YenHung Chen, and Arbee L. P. Chen "Querying and browsing resources on the Internet", Proc. SPIE 2898, Electronic Imaging and Multimedia Systems, (30 September 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.253408
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