What's next for text: Retrieval trends past, present, and push
- Get What You Want From the Web. Avishai, Bernard // Fortune;10/27/1997, Vol. 136 Issue 8, p283
Presents information on some new softwares that allows Internet users to filter out data according to their needs. Information that the new filtering technology recognizes not just words, but also patterns of speech; Opinion that the new filtering technology allows for a more specific search on...
- IMAGE RETRIEVAL: A STATE OF THE ART APPROACH FOR CBIR. Khokher, Amandeep; Talwar, Rajneesh // International Journal of Engineering Science & Technology;2011, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p6698
The emergence of multimedia, the availability of large image archives, and the rapid growth of the World Wide Web Web (WWW) have attracted significant research efforts in providing tools for effective retrieval and management of visual data. A major approach directed towards achieving this goal...
- Weaving the Web. Vizard, Michael // InfoWorld;11/10/97, Vol. 19 Issue 45, p82
Presents an interview with Allaire Corp. founders J.J. and Jeremy Allaire regarding the major Web technologies and their impact on developers. Distinction of Allaire from other Web development companies; Features of Allaire's Cold Fusion development environment; Major platforms; Role of Java;...
- `Spiders' comb the Web for you. Stevens, Mark // T H E Journal;Dec95, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p24
Reports on the emergence of groups of organizations that constantly comb the World Wide Web for new sites and updates called spiders, to facilitate information searching in the Internet. Most famous spiders; Benefits of Internet browsing.
- Road narrows. // Marketing Tools;Mar98, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p10
Cites the problem in Web data transfer in large files. Length of downloading time; Transfer interruptions and clogging; Usefullness of the Internet in reducing costs attributed to CD-ROM production and delivery.
- Needle in a Hyperstack: Searching for Information on the World Wide Web. Nachmias, Rafi; Gilad, Amir // Journal of Research on Technology in Education (International So;Summer2002, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p475
This study examines the process of searching for information on the Internet by (a) assessing participants' success in finding specific information on the Web, (b) identifying the characteristics of the information search process (e.g., search duration, number of steps used), and (c) identifying...
- The stakes are high but the web mustn't lose its sense of fun. Cridge, Mark // Campaign (UK);5/27/2011, Issue 21, p26
In this article the author discusses the need for continuous developments in the World Wide Web to not lose its sense of fun and to keep up with rapid technological developments in the modern day.
- Editor's message. Lee, Teresa // Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association (JCHLA);Winter2009, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Penny Logan and Seana Collins on how things shifted since the initial stage of excitement in the use of handheld devices, one by Dean Giustini on the possibilities of Web 2.0, and one by David Rothman on blogging.
- W3C eases Web use. Gaskin, James E. // Inter@ctive Week;04/13/98, Vol. 5 Issue 14, p10
Provides information on the introduction of a number of technological innovations which will make it easier to work on the World Wide Web, to be introduced at the Seventh International World Wide Web Conference. Where and when the conference is scheduled to be held; Information on the HyperText...