Hybrid-Search and Storage of Semi-structured Information
The World Wide Web is generally experienced as a single snapshot: the Now Web. The
Now Web perspective means that only very recent states of the Web are being observed
through browsers or through the crawling and index structures of search engines. Such
a view ignores the utility of historical data to system designers and end-users alike. This
dissertation characterizes content and behavior within the Dynamic Web. This work further
illustrates the power of Dynamic Web data by utilizing measures of content change and
behavioral measures of use to identify likely targets of user revisitation on the page level.
Additionally, two systems are oered for manipulating temporal Web data:
Adar, Eytan, "Temporal-Informatics of the WWW", Dissertation, University of Washington, 2009.
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