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The World Wide Web (abbreviated as WWW or W3 and commonly known as the Web), is a system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet. (Wikipedia.org)






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2013 12th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET)

Massive Open Online Courses, WWW education tools, Asynchronous learning, Multimedia tutorials, Distance leaning, Intelligent training technology, Blended learning, Authoring technology, Virtual student laboratories, Second language education, Virtual classroom, virtual universities, Industry-university partnership, Creating courses on-line, Learning and Assessment, Network based education and training, Accreditation issues, New strategies for higher education and training, Role of information society and global communication systems, Development and use of IT Tools and Environments, Quality management in higher education, Interactive learning modules


2013 Fifth International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Communication Systems and Networks (CICSyN)

Development and application of computational intelligence algorithms and systems engineering techniques to communication systems and computer networks


2013 IEEE 7th International Symposium on Service Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)

Service Oriented System Engineering, Service Oriented Software Engineering, Emergent Paradigms and Technologies, Applications and Industry Experiences in Service Oriented Engineering, Review of the State Of The Art of the Research on Service Engineering and Emergent Subjects, Cloud Service, Software as a service, Testing as a service.

  • 2011 IEEE 6th International Symposium on Service Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)

    SOSE is one of the pioneering symposia devoted to the research in engineering service-oriented systems. It has addressed issues in various aspects of engineering SOA-based systems from architecture and computing paradigm to the development and quality validation problems and solutions. SOSE symposia's unique feature is its focus on the SOC from the perspectives of software engineering and system engineering.

  • 2010 IEEE Fifth International Symposium on Service Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)

  • 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)

  • 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Service-Oriented Systems Engineering (SOSE)


2013 IEEE 8th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

ICIIS aims at providing opportunities to the local and foreign researchers and practicing engineers to present their innovative ideas to the world.Six major areas in which technical papers are accepted this time are:1. Communication and Information2. Computers and Embedded Systems3. Electronics and Instrumentation4. Image and signal processing5. Power, energy and high voltage6. Robotic, control and automation

  • 2012 IEEE 7th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    Communication and Information Systems, Computer Systems Engineering , MEMS/NEMS, Instrumentation Control and Robotics, Energy Systems and High Voltage Engineering.

  • 2011 IEEE 6th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    To bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering to a common forum, where a constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, practical ideas and results of the state of the art will be developed.

  • 2010 5th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    The Theme of the Conference is Energy Security through Information Systems and Advanced Communication. The mission is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Electrical, Electronics, Computer Science & Engineering and Information Engineering to a common forum, where a constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, practical ideas and results of the state of the art technology will be developed.


2011 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conferences on Web Intelligence (WI) and Intelligent Agent Technologies (IAT)

Web Technologies, Semantic Web, Social Networks and Ubiquitous Intelligence, Knowledge Grids and Grid Intelligence, Web Agents, Web Services, Intelligent Human Web Interaction, Web Support systems, Autonomous oriented computing, Agent and Multi-agent Systems Modeling, Agent and Multi-agent Systems engineering, Coordination, Autonomous auctions and negotiation, Autonomous knowledge and information agents, distributed problem solving, and Applications.


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Multimedia, IEEE

IEEE Multimedia Magazine covers a broad range of issues in multimedia systems and applications. Articles, product reviews, new product descriptions, book reviews, and announcements of conferences and workshops cover topics that include hardware and software for media compression, coding and processing; media representations and standards for storage, editing, interchange, transmission and presentation; hardware platforms supporting multimedia applications; operating systems suitable ...



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Let the Sun Shine

Greg Byrd Computer, 2016

Clemson University students designed an inexpensive sensor node and cloud computing infrastructure to collect real-time, localized solar irradiation data. This data can be used by consumers and utilities to predict the availability of solar-generated electricity and to manage its use.


Java And Beyond: Executable Content

K. Srinivas; V. Jagannathan; Y. V. Ramana Reddy; R. Karinthi Computer, 1997

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Application research of fuzzy control methods used in welding robot

Chen Hai-chu; Zhang Rui-hua; Luo Jinghua; Li Xiaopeng 2010 2nd International Conference on Mechanical and Electronics Engineering, 2010

In this research, it developed a main control program and a fuzzy distinguishing sub program based on the open operation system for users of the CLOOS welding robot. With the help of the fuzzy distinguishing sub program, the robot could automatically search the correctly welding seam start point and avoided wrong stopping because of none finding welding seam start point. ...


Study on data preprocessing algorithm in Web log mining

Fang Yuan; Li-Juan Wang; Ge Yu Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat. No.03EX693), 2003

An important fundamental task for Web log mining is data preprocessing. Now there are some principles about data preprocessing, which has difficulty in application. According to these principles, this paper presents some new rules and algorithms, which can be used to improve the performance of data preprocessing. These rules and algorithms have been proved valid and efficient by experiments.


Personalization techniques for Web search results categorization

J. Garofalakis; T. Matsoukas; Y. Panagis; E. Sakkopoulos; A. Tsakalidis 2005 IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, 2005

Generic Web search is designed to serve all users, independent of the individual needs and without any adaptation to personal requirements. We propose a novel technique that performs post-categorization to the results of popular search engines at the client's side. A user profile is built based on user's choices from a category hierarchy (explicitly given requirements) and user's search history ...


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eLearning

Let the Sun Shine

Greg Byrd Computer, 2016

Clemson University students designed an inexpensive sensor node and cloud computing infrastructure to collect real-time, localized solar irradiation data. This data can be used by consumers and utilities to predict the availability of solar-generated electricity and to manage its use.


Java And Beyond: Executable Content

K. Srinivas; V. Jagannathan; Y. V. Ramana Reddy; R. Karinthi Computer, 1997

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/00587547.png)


Application research of fuzzy control methods used in welding robot

Chen Hai-chu; Zhang Rui-hua; Luo Jinghua; Li Xiaopeng 2010 2nd International Conference on Mechanical and Electronics Engineering, 2010

In this research, it developed a main control program and a fuzzy distinguishing sub program based on the open operation system for users of the CLOOS welding robot. With the help of the fuzzy distinguishing sub program, the robot could automatically search the correctly welding seam start point and avoided wrong stopping because of none finding welding seam start point. ...


Study on data preprocessing algorithm in Web log mining

Fang Yuan; Li-Juan Wang; Ge Yu Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat. No.03EX693), 2003

An important fundamental task for Web log mining is data preprocessing. Now there are some principles about data preprocessing, which has difficulty in application. According to these principles, this paper presents some new rules and algorithms, which can be used to improve the performance of data preprocessing. These rules and algorithms have been proved valid and efficient by experiments.


Personalization techniques for Web search results categorization

J. Garofalakis; T. Matsoukas; Y. Panagis; E. Sakkopoulos; A. Tsakalidis 2005 IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, 2005

Generic Web search is designed to serve all users, independent of the individual needs and without any adaptation to personal requirements. We propose a novel technique that performs post-categorization to the results of popular search engines at the client's side. A user profile is built based on user's choices from a category hierarchy (explicitly given requirements) and user's search history ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • FROM Plato to the World Wide Web: Information Foraging on the Internet

    Generally speaking, two conditions make cognitive search possible: (a) symbolic structures must be present in the environment and (b) these structures must be detectable by a searcher, whose behavior changes based on the structures detected. In this chapter, information search on the Internet is used to illustrate how a theoretical framework of these two conditions can assist our understanding of cognitive search. Discussion begins with information foraging theory (IFT), which predicts how general symbolic structures may exist in an information environment and how the searcher may use these structures to search for information. A computational model called SNIF-ACT (developed based on IFT) is then presented and provides a good match to online information search for specific target information. Because a further component important to cognitive search is the ability to detect and learn useful structures in the environment, discussion follows on how IFT can be extended to explain search behavior that involves incremental learning of the search environment. Illustration is provided on how different forms of semantic structures may exist in the World Wide Web, and how human searchers can learn from these structures to improve their search. Finally, the SNIFACT model is extended to characterize directed and exploratory information foraging behavior in information environments.

  • TRANSPORT AND APPLICATION SECURITY DESIGN AND USE

    This chapter considers security mechanisms/tools within protocols and application frameworks. The fundamentals of the available security protocols deployable within the transport layer are transport layer security protocol (TLSv1.2) used over transmission control protocol (TCP), secure sockets Layer protocol (SSLv3) used over TCP, secure shell protocol (SSH) used over TCP, and datagram transport layer security protocol (DTLSvl) used over user datagram protocol (UDP). Service application protocols are used to provide communication between application client programs, frequently called user agents (UAs), and application servers. These protocols include the following: electronic mail (email), World Wide Web (web) and Identity Management (IdM), voice over internet protocol (VoIP), and instant messaging (IM). The protocols also include peer-to-peer networks and applications, Java for distributed applications, .NET for distributed applications, CORBA for distributed applications and DCE for distributed applications.

  • Contributors

    The use of the internet in homes rivals the advent of the telephone, radio, or television in social significance. Daily use of the World Wide Web and e-mail is taken for granted in many families, and the computer-linked internet is becoming an integral part of the physical and audiovisual environment. The internet's features of personalization, interactivity, and information abundance raise profound new issues for parents and children.Most researchers studying the impact of the internet on families begin with the assumption that the family is the central influence in preparing a child to live in society and that home is where that influence takes place. In The Wired Homestead, communication theorists and social scientists offer recent findings on the effects of the internet on the lives of the family unit and its members. The book examines historical precedents of parental concern over "new" media such as television. It then looks at specific issues surrounding parental oversight of internet use, such as rules about revealing personal information, time limits, and web site restrictions. It looks at the effects of the web on both domestic life and entire neighborhoods. The wealth of information offered and the formulation of emerging issues regarding parents and children lay the foundation for further research in this developing field. The contributors include Robert Kraut, Jorge Reina Schement, Ellen Seiter, Sherry Turkle, Ellen Wartella, and Barry Wellman.

  • Knowlegde Support

    As the World Wide Web continues to expand, it becomes increasingly difficult for users to obtain information efficiently. Because most search engines read format languages such as HTML or SGML, search results reflect formatting tags more than actual page content, which is expressed in natural language. Spinning the Semantic Web describes an exciting new type of hierarchy and standardization that will replace the current "web of links" with a "web of meaning." Using a flexible set of languages and tools, the Semantic Web will make all available information -- display elements, metadata, services, images, and especially content -- accessible. The result will be an immense repository of information accessible for a wide range of new applications.This first handbook for the Semantic Web covers, among other topics, software agents that can negotiate and collect information, markup languages that can tag many more types of information in a document, and knowledge systems that enable machines to read Web pages and determine their reliability. The truly interdisciplinary Semantic Web combines aspects of artificial intelligence, markup languages, natural language processing, information retrieval, knowledge representation, intelligent agents, and databases.

  • Further Reading

    The history of computing could be told as the story of hardware and software, or the story of the Internet, or the story of "smart" hand-held devices, with subplots involving IBM, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter. In this concise and accessible account of the invention and development of digital technology, computer historian Paul Ceruzzi offers a broader and more useful perspective. He identifies four major threads that run throughout all of computing's technological development: digitization--the coding of information, computation, and control in binary form, ones and zeros; the convergence of multiple streams of techniques, devices, and machines, yielding more than the sum of their parts; the steady advance of electronic technology, as characterized famously by "Moore's Law"; and the human-machine interface. Ceruzzi guides us through computing history, telling how a Bell Labs mathematician coined the word "digital" in 1942 (to describe a high-speed method of calculating used in anti-aircraft devices), and recounting the development of the punch card (for use in the 1890 U.S. Census). He describes the ENIAC, built for scientific and military applications; the UNIVAC, the first general purpose computer; and ARPANET, the Internet's precursor. Ceruzzi's account traces the world-changing evolution of the computer from a room-size ensemble of machinery to a "minicomputer" to a desktop computer to a pocket-sized smart phone. He describes the development of the silicon chip, which could store ever-increasing amounts of data and enabled ever-decreasing device size. He visits that hotbed of innovation, Silicon Valley, and brings the story up to the present with the Internet, the World Wide Web, and social networking.

  • Open Hypermedia and the World Wide Web

    This chapter contains sections titled: External hypermedia structures for the web, Augmenting the web with Dexter-based hypermedia services, Support for collaborative work on web materials, A pattern for open hypermedia on the World Wide Web

  • Complex Relationships for the Semantic Web

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, Knowledge Modeling, Information Scapes, Knowledge Discovery, Visual Interfaces, Related Work, Conclusion, Notes, References

  • A Brief Survey of Hypermedia Systems

    In this book Kaj Grÿnbÿk and Randall H. Trigg present a set of principles for the design of open hypermedia systems and provide concrete implications of these principles for issues ranging from data structures to architectures and system integration, and for settings as diverse as the World Wide Web and the workplace.The principles, which cover both hypermedia system processing and data structures, reflect results from decades of hypermedia research, including the popular Dexter hypertext reference model and the authors own extended object-oriented version of the Dexter model. One important principle is the notion of links as first-class objects outside the data. Emerging systems such as HyperWave, Microcosm, and Devise Hypermedia apply this principle to extend the capabilities of the Web. The authors also discuss the management of incomplete and dangling links, time-based media including video and sound, support for collaboration and shared hypermedia structures, worldwide distribution, and integration of third-party applications in open hypermedia systems.

  • Recursive Attribute Factoring

    Clustering, or factoring of a document collection attempts to "explain" each observed document in terms of one or a small number of inferred prototypes. Prior work demonstrated that when links exist between documents in the corpus (as is the case with a collection of web pages or scientific papers), building a joint model of document contents and connections produces a better model than that built from contents or connections alone. Many problems arise when trying to apply these joint models to corpus at the scale of the World Wide Web, however; one of these is that the sheer overhead of representing a feature space on the order of billions of dimensions becomes impractical. We address this problem with a simple representational shift inspired by probabilistic relational models: instead of representing document linkage in terms of the identities of linking documents, we represent it by the explicit and inferred attributes of the linking documents. Several surprising results come with this shift: in addition to being computationally more tractable, the new model produces factors that more cleanly decompose the document collection. We discuss several variations on this model and show how some can be seen as exact generalizations of the PageRank algorithm.

  • The Wired Homestead and Civic Life

    The use of the internet in homes rivals the advent of the telephone, radio, or television in social significance. Daily use of the World Wide Web and e-mail is taken for granted in many families, and the computer-linked internet is becoming an integral part of the physical and audiovisual environment. The internet's features of personalization, interactivity, and information abundance raise profound new issues for parents and children.Most researchers studying the impact of the internet on families begin with the assumption that the family is the central influence in preparing a child to live in society and that home is where that influence takes place. In The Wired Homestead, communication theorists and social scientists offer recent findings on the effects of the internet on the lives of the family unit and its members. The book examines historical precedents of parental concern over "new" media such as television. It then looks at specific issues surrounding parental oversight of internet use, such as rules about revealing personal information, time limits, and web site restrictions. It looks at the effects of the web on both domestic life and entire neighborhoods. The wealth of information offered and the formulation of emerging issues regarding parents and children lay the foundation for further research in this developing field. The contributors include Robert Kraut, Jorge Reina Schement, Ellen Seiter, Sherry Turkle, Ellen Wartella, and Barry Wellman.



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