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Projecting XML Documents
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Amelie Marian Columbia (2003)



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(4

citations)


services [12]full

text querying [3, 16]the
Semantic Web

[2, 26, 24]or simply to process the
growing

www.cs.columbia.edu/~library/TR
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repository/reports/reports
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2003/cucs
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004
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03.ps.gz



Views for Light
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Weight Web Ontolog
ies
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Raphael Volz University
(2003)



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(3

citations)


studer@aifb.unikarlsruhe. de ABSTRACT The
Semantic Web

aims at
easy integration and
usage of content

mechanism for the data models underlying the
Semantic Web
, RDF and RDFS. 1.
INTRODUCTION The vision of

www.aifb.uni
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karlsruhe.de/WBS/dob/pubs/sac2003.pdf



The Piazza Peer Data Management Project
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Igor Tatarinov Zachary
(2003)



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(3

citations)


the Human Brain Project
. At a global scale, the
Semantic Web

[5, 10] aims at allowing
universal sharing of

between two schemas [21]Research on the
Semantic Web

[5, 6] focuses on highly
expressive knowledge

www.cs.washington.edu/homes/pmork/pubs/piazza
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sigmodr.pdf



XML Interoperability
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Laks Lakshmanan Department (2003)



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(3

citat
ions)


that derives its inspiration from the recent
semantic web

initiative. Our approach does not
require

has been a lot of recent excitement around the
semantic web

initiative, coming with its
own host of

www.cse.ogi.edu/webdb03/papers/04.pdf



Towards a Modularized Semantic Web
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Raphael Volz Daniel
(2002)



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tations)


Towards a Modularized
Semantic Web

Raphael Volz, Daniel Oberle Institute AIFB,

the World Wide Web. Along the same lines, the
Semantic Web

has to be based on
modularization principles.

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
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Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
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6
4/volz.pdf



Benchmarking RDF Schemas for the Semantic Web
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Aimilia Magkanaraki Sofia
(2002)



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(3

citations)


Benchmarking RDF Schemas for the
Semantic Web

Aimilia Magkanaraki, Sofia Alexaki,

the next evolution step of the Web, termed the
Semantic Web
. The W3C's RDF/S
(Resource Description

www.ics
.forth.gr/isl/publications/paperlink/iswc02.pdf



Trust Management for the Semantic Web
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Matthew Richardson Rakesh
(2003)



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(3

citations)


Trust Management for the
Semantic Web

Matthew Richardson 1 Rakesh Agrawal 2

Abstract. Though research on the
Semantic Web

has progressed at a steady pace, its
promise

ww
w.cs.washington.edu/homes/pedrod/papers/iswc03.pdf



A Component
-
Based Framework For Ontology Evolution
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Michel Klein Vrije
(2003)



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(2

citations)


task is a very common one in the context of the
Semantic Web
, where ontologies describe
pieces of data on

and de
-
centralized environment such as the
Semantic Web
, we may

have access only to
the old and the

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
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Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
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71/Klein.pdf



The DIG Description Logic Interface
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Sean Bechhofer Ralf



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(2

citations)


Wedel. x Melandra Limited, UK. Abstract The
Semantic Web

has seen increased interest
in the use of

they are set to play in the deve
lopment of the
Semantic Web

The
Semantic Web

vision, as
articulated by

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
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Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
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81/bechhofer.ps



An Integrative Proximity Measure for O
ntology Alignment
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Jrme Euzenat Inria
(2003)



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(2

citations)


ontology alignment problem Like the Web, the
semantic
Web

will necessarily be
distributed and

the integration of resources found on the
semantic Web

is a key issue. A standard approach
to the

sunsite.informatik.rwth
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aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
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82/SI_paper_06.pdf



Aligning Representations of Anatomy using Lexical and..
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Songmao Zhang Ph
(2003)



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(2

cita
tions)


of a given domain. With the emergence of the
Semantic Web
, agents relying on different
ontologies needed

wide web. Proc International Workshop on the
Semantic Web

2002

etbsun2.nlm.nih.gov:8000/publis
-
ob
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offi/pdf/2003
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amia
-
sz.pdf



Finding the Story
--

Broader Applicability of Semantics..
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Lloyd Rutledge Martin
(2003)



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(2

citations)


presentations on demand. The currently emerging
Semantic Web

technologies [11] are
changing the

request [2]Topia and Artequakt both process
Semantic Web

formats into an intermediate
discourse

www.ht03.org/papers/pdf
s/8.pdf



A Proposal for Describing Services with DLs
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Carsten Lutz And
(2002)



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(2

citations)


Abstract Motivated by the
semantic web

application, we present a generic extension of

feature which makes DLs important for the
semantic web

[3]where ontologies will play a
central

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.
de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
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53/sattler.pdf



Conceptual Model of Web Service Reputation
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Michael Maximilien Ibm
(2002)



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rrect)



(2

citations)


.5.00. vice considerations with
semantic web

representations, this work fits into the

this work fits into the recent activity on
semantic Web

services. 1.1 Backgrou
nd For our
purposes, a

lsdis.cs.uga.edu/SemNSF/SIGMOD
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Record
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Dec02/Maximilien
-
Singh.pdf



A Nonmonotonic Rule System using Ontologies
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Antoniou Dept Of
(2002)



(Correct)



(2

citations)


ga@tzi.de Abstract. The development of the
Semantic Web

proceeds in layers. Currently
the most

an important role in electron
ic commerce on the
Semantic Web
. In this paper we show
how nonmonotonic rule

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
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WS//Vol
-
60/grigoris.pdf



Talking OWLs: Towards an Ontology Ve
rbalizer
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Graham Wilcock University
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


specified in ontologies. The approach combines
semantic w
eb

techniques with natural
language generation

pages 67
-
77, Brighton, 1998. 5. HP Labs. Jena
Semantic Web

Toolkit.

www.ling.helsinki.fi/~gwilcock/Pubs/ISWC
-
03.pdf



Towards the Adaptive Semantic Web
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Peter Dolog Nicola (2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Towards the Adaptive
Semantic Web

Peter Dolog 1 Nicola Henze 2 Wolfgang

of
adaptive hypermedia can be achieved in the
semantic web
. Our approach is based on
rule
-
based reasoning

adaptive hypermedia, personalization, adaptive web,
semantic web
. 1 Introduction
Adaptive web, as

www.kbs.uni
-
hannover.de/Arbeiten/Publikationen/2003/pp
swr03.pdf



Towards Composing and Benchmarking Ontology Alignments
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Jrme Euzenat
Inria



(Correct)



(1

citation)


in an ontology alignment Like the web, the
semantic web

will have to be distributed and
heterogeneous.

the integration of resources found on this
semantic web

is its main problem. For
contributing solving

SunSITE.
Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
-
WS//Vol
-
82/SI_position_05.pdf






Toward the Semantic Geospatial Web
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Max Egenhofer National
(2002)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


information is needed. The advent of the
Semantic Web

promises better retrieval methods
by

for the next stage of the Web
, called the
Semantic Web

[1, 6]Current efforts include the

information systems, semantic geospatial
web, semantic

spatial web. 1. INTRODUCTION
With the growth

www.spatial.maine.edu/~max/SGW02.pdf



Towards the Adaptive Semantic Web
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Peter Dolog Nicola (2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Towards the Adaptive
Semantic Web

Peter

Dolog 1 Nicola Henze 2 Wolfgang

of adaptive hypermedia can be achieved in the
semantic web
. Our approach is based on
rule
-
based reasoning

adaptive hypermedia, personalization, adaptive web,
semantic web
. 1 Introduction
Adaptive web, as

www.learninglab.de
/~dolog/pub/ppswr2003.ps



Towards a Core Ontology for Information Integration Martin Doerr
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Jane Hunter Carl
(2003)



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(1

citation)


the focus of work of the W3C and the related
semantic web

community [12]This work
includes mechanisms

Berners
-
Lee, J. Hendler, and O. Lassila, The
Semantic Web
,Scientific American(50)M
ay,
2001. 13] J.

jodi.ecs.soton.ac.uk/Articles/v04/i01/Doerr/../../../../Articles/v04/i01/Doerr/doerr
-
final.pdf



Presentations and Bearers of Semantics on the Web
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James Farrugia And
(2002)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


information retrieval. Introduction The
Semantic Web

deals with meanings that humans
can understand

Conclusio
ns and Future Work The role of the
Semantic Web

in information retrieval is to
control the

www.spatial.maine.edu/~max/SW02.pdf



D2R MAP
--

A Database to RDF Mapping Language
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Christian Bizer Fr
eie
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


ABSTRACT The vision of the
Semantic Web

is to give data on the web a welldefined

databases
. To be able to use this data on the
Semantic Web
, we need a flexible but easy to
use mechanism

www.wiwiss.fu
-
berlin.de/suhl/bizer/d2rmap/www2003
-
D2R
-
Map.pdf



Knowledge Provenance Infrastruc
ture
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Paulo Pinheiro Da (2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


is expected to be a harder problem in the
Semantic Web

where more ans
wers result from
some

are going to trust answers obtained from the
Semantic Web
, then users (humans and agents)
need access to

www.ksl.stanford.edu/people/dlm/papers/provenanceinfrastructure.ps



RAL: an Algebra for Querying RDF
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Flavius Frasincar Flaviusf
(2004)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


a vision on a next
-
generatio
n Web, called the
Semantic Web

(SW)In this vision he
explains how the Web

Coalition Command Systems'In: The First
Semantic Web

Working Symposium. 2. Beckett,
D.2003a,

wwwis.win.tue.nl:8080/~ffrasinc/papers/WWWJ2004/wwwj2004.ps



Automatic Creation of Interface Specifications from Ontologies
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Iryna Gurevych Stefan
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Storage Efforts originating in various W3C and
Semantic Web

projects brought about
several knowledge

groups, are used and potential links to
semantic web

ontologies are lost or become costly.
3 The

acl.ldc.upenn.edu/W/W03/
W03
-
0809.pdf



Web Service Composition
-

Current Solutions and Open Problems
-

Biplav Srivastava Ibm
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


are manually written. On the other side, the
Semantic Web

community focuses on
reasoning about web

annotations have been widely discussed in the
Semantic Web

community [Berners
-
Lee,
Hen
dler, Lassila,

www.informatik.uni
-
freiburg.de/~koehler/bpia/icaps
-
ws.pdf



Can Data Mining Techniques Ease The Semantic Tagging Burden?
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Fabio Forno
Laura



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Abstract. The e#ective implementation of the
Semantic Web

vision is highly dependent
upon the widespread

called for the next generation of the we
b, the
Semantic Web

(SW) Berners Lee at al.2001)
where web

www.cad.polito.it/pap/db/vldb03.pdf



On Labeling Schemes for the Semantic Web
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Vassilis Christophides Dimitris
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


On Labeling Schemes for the
Semantic Web

Vassilis Christophides Dimitris Plexousakis

Management, Languages, Theory 1. INTR
ODUCTION
Semantic Web

applications such
as e
-
commerce, e
-
learning,

www.ics.forth.gr/isl/publications/paperlink/www2003.pdf



Personalised Grid Service Discovery
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Simon Miles Papay (2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Framework) 11]which underpins the
Semantic Web

e#ort [3]Thus we have developed
uddi
-
m T

metadata as
triples, which gives us access to
Semantic Web

technologies such as rdf, and
powerful query

www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~lavm/papers/ukpew03.ps



Incremental Maintenance of Materialized Ontologies
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Raphael Volz Steffen
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


of materialized ontologies in a rule
-
enabled
Semantic Web
. Materializati
on allows to
speed up query

frequently be important to achieve a scalable
Semantic Web
, since read access to
ontologies is

www.aifb.uni
-
karlsruhe.de/WBS/sst/Research/Publications/odbase03
-
materialization.pdf



Towards a Semantic
-
Aware File Store
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Zhichen Xu Magnus (2003)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


the Web (a fundamental tool f
or realizing the
Semantic Web

vision [21]RDF has two main
advantages.

files are important. Our work complements the
semantic Web

[21] by concentrating on the
system aspects

www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Magnus_Karlsson/papers/hotos.ps.gz



Semantic Web for e
-
Government
-

Ralf Klischewski Hamburg
(2003)



(Correct)



(1

c
itation)


Semantic Web

for e
-
Government Ralf Klischewski Hamburg

is about to become a field of application for
Semantic Web

technologies, the actors
involved still lack

swt
-
www.informatik.uni
-
hamburg.de/publications/./files/egov2003_klischewski.pdf



A Service for Aggregating and Interpreting Contextual..
-

Lip Perich Hp
(2002)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


Ontology, Reasoning, Resource Monitoring,
Semantic Web
, Web Services. Contents 1
Introduction 3 2

Zou, and S. Tolia. ITtalks: A Case Study in the
Semantic Web

and DAMLOIL. IEEE
Intelligent Systems Special

www.hpl.hp.c
om/techreports/2002/HPL
-
2002
-
241.ps



Efficient data store discovery in a scientific P2P network
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Alexander Oser Martin
(2003)



(Co
rrect)



(1

citation)


research as well as from the database and
semantic web

research areas. These networks
allow the

Piazza: Data management infrastructure for
semantic web

applications.

In Proceedings of
the Twelfth

www.kbs.uni
-
hannover.de/Arbeiten/Publikationen/2003/iswc03_scisw.pdf



A Proposal for an OWL Rules Language
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Ian Horrocks University
(2004)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


adds considerable expressive power to the
Semantic Web

it does have expressive
limitations,

General Terms Languages, Theory Keywor
ds
Semantic Web
, representation, model
-
theoretic semantics 1.

making of a web ontology language. Journal of
Web Semantics
, 1(1)7
-
26, 2003. 10] I.
Horrocks and U.

www
-
db.research.bell
-
labs.com/user/pfps/publications/owl
-
rules
-
proposal.pdf



th European Conference on Machine Learning (ECML'02) 6th..
-

Semantic Web Mining
(2002)



(Correct)


Discovery in Databases (PKDD'02) 2nd Workshop
Semantic
Web

Mining Bettina Berendt,
Andreas Hotho, Gerd

August 20, 2002 Helsinki Finland Foreword The
Semantic Web

and Web Mining are two
fast
-
developing

H. Tirri Application Papers Acquisition of
Web Semantics

based on a Multilingual Text
Mining Technique

km.aif
b.uni
-
karlsruhe.de/semwebmine2002/papers/semwebmine2002_all.pdf



Developing and Managing Software Components
-

In An Ontology
-
Based (2004)



(Correct)


In Kaon Server, An Application Server Running
Semantic Web

Components. 1.
Introduction Application

implementation that supports building
Semantic Web

applications [14] Section 3)As a
major

www.aifb.uni
-
karlsruhe.de/WBS/sst/Research/Publications
/2004/www
-
schwabe%2Bdecker
-
workshop.pdf





IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON KNOWLEDGEAND DATA ENGINEERING 1 The..
-

Syntax And Rdf



(Correct)


paradigms. We argue that in order to lead the
Semantic Web

to its full potential, the syntax
and the

serve as a foundation for the next layer of the
Semantic Web
, the ontology layer, and we
present a layeri
ng

www
-
db.research.bell
-
labs.com/user/pfps/publications/yin
-
yang.pdf



Engineering a Future for Web
-
based Learning Objects
-

Permanand Mohan And
(2003)



(Correct)


There is much excitement about metadata, the
Semantic Web
, RDF, ontologies, and other
technology that

www.cs.usask.ca/~cab938/icwe2003_mohan_brooks.pdf



Institut F
-

Ur Inform
atik Lehr
-

(2004)



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Ludwig Data Retrieval and Evolution on the (
Semantic) Web
: A Deductive Approach
Francois Bry, Tim

May 2004 Data Retrieval and Evolution on the (
Semantic) Web
: A Dedu
ctive Approach
Francois Bry, Tim

www.pms.informatik.uni
-
muenchen.de/publikationen/PMS
-
FB/PMS
-
FB
-
2004
-
13.pdf



SmartAPI
-

Associating Ontologies and APIs for
-

Rapid Application
Development



(Correct)


new technologies and languages provided in the
Semantic Web

[2] for representing the
required knowledge.

and acceptance of SmartAPI. 2 kaon.
semanticweb
.org 3 www.eclipse.org 4 Screenshots

www.ai
fb.uni
-
karlsruhe.de/WBS/aeb/smartapi/smartapi.pdf



Combining RDF and XML Schemas to Enhance
-

Interoperability Between
Metadata



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and the areas which require further work. 2.
Semantic Web

Metadata Architecture In this
section we

www.cs.cornell.edu/lagoze/papers/HunterLagozeWWW10.pdf



Artificial Intelligence: a Promised Land for

Web Services
-

Richards Sabou Van



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considered, we focus on the work of the
Semantic Web

and Agent
-
based communities to
provide WSs

Through the addition of techniques from the
Semantic

Web

community, the benefits of
combining our agent

www.iids.org/publications/ANZIIS03.pdf



Ontology
-
based Description and Reasoning
-

For Component
-
Based Development
(2003)



(Correct)


technology
-
an integral element of the
Semantic Web
. We will introduce an ontology that
in

on the Web
-
an emerging aspect. 3.2 The
Semantic Web

In the context of component
-
based Web service

www.cs.iastate.ed
u/~leavens/SAVCBS/2003/papers/posters/pahl.pdf



Event
-
Condition
-
Action Rule Languages for the
-

Semantic Web George



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Event
-
Condi
tion
-
Action Rule Languages for the
Semantic Web

George Papamarkos,
Alexandra Poulovassilis,

fgpapa05,ap,ptwg@dcs.bbk.ac.uk Abstract. The
Semantic Web

is based on XML and RDF
as its fundamental

www.dcs.bbk.ac.uk/~ap/pubs/ECARulesSemWeb.pdf



Agent
-
based Social Assessment of Shared Resources
-

Matthias Nickles And



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Keywords: Open Systems, Peer
-
to
-
Peer Computing,
Semantic Web
, Multidim
ensional
Rating, Collaborative

to analyze such descriptions. Although the
Semantic Web

effort addresses the problem of
missing

www7.informatik.tu
-
muenchen.de/~weissg/Docs/nickles_weiss_AP2PC03.pdf



Ke
y Words: Category: H.2.8 Database Applications,
-

Category Information
Search



(Correct)


The development and deployment of practical
Semantic Web

applications requires
technologies for the

Techn
ologies (AKT) 2] project as a testbed for
Semantic Web

research, and has been used
as a foundation on

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
-
WS//Vol
-
89/harris
-
et
-
al.pdf



Semantic Methods

and Tools for Information Portals
-

Sudhir Agarwal Peter
(2003)



(Correct)


and how the latter can be extended with
Semantic Web

Services. 1

is only based upon an ontology, the so
-
called "
Seman
tic Web

Query Language
-
SWQL"
pronounced "swequel"

dbis.uni
-
trier.de/Mitarbeiter/klink_files/www/Postscript/GI2003.pdf



Integrating Ontology Languages and Answer Set Programming
-

Heyman
s Vermeir Dept
(2003)



(Correct)


in knowledge representation areas such as the "
Semantic Web
" 4] where they provide an
agreed and shared

is not enough. In Proceedings of the First
Semantic Web

W
orking Symposium
(SWWS'01)pages 151
-
159.

tinf2.vub.ac.be/~sheymans/publications/./webs2003.ps



Building Blocks for Agent Design
-

Hrishikesh Goradia Jos (2004)



(Correct)


design tools. 1 Introduction As the
Semantic Web

[6] and Web services become
increasingly

T.Hendler, J.and Lasilla, O.The
Semantic Web
. Scientific American, 2001. 7. Gamma, E.

jmvidal.cse.sc.edu/papers/goradia03a
.pdf



Unknown
-



(Correct)


as one of the key operators for enabling the
Semantic Web

since it takes two graph
-
like
structures and

not alwa
ys intuitive to human users. Indeed, if
Semantic Web

users are going to trust the
fact that two

eprints.biblio.unitn.it/archive/00000529/01/012.pdf



XML Topic Maps in Knowledge Organization
-

Presenta
tion By Alexander
(2004)



(Correct)


are a recent paradigm in the context of the
Semantic Web

movement for the representation,
exchange and

indexing. Ontology in the context of the
Semantic Web

is a common understanding
/interpretation /

kpeer.wim.uni
-
koeln.de/~sigel/veroeff/TU
-
Eindhoven2004/FINAL/Eindhoven2004_Abstract.pdf



User
-
System Cooperation in Document Annotation
-

Based On Informati
on
(2002)



(Correct)


The process of document annotation for the
Semantic Web

is complex and time
consuming, as it requires

annotators. Introduction The effort behind the
Semantic Web

(SW) is to
add content to
web documents in

www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/%7Ealexiei/Documents/Papers/ekaw2002.pdf



Negotiation Technologies Nick Jennings..
-

Building Software That



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stakeholders each with their own aims
Semantic Web

Pervasive Computing eCommerce
Peer
-
toPeer

www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~nrj/download
-
files/acm
-
award.pdf



Multilingual Semant
ic Elaboration in the DOSE platform
-

Dario Bonino Dip
(2004)



(Correct)


World Wide Web exploitation until contemporary
Semantic Web

generation, global
communication has become

issues are discu
ssed. Keywords
Semantic web
, Multilingual ontology. 1.
INTRODUCTION In

www.cad.polito.it/pap/db/sac2004.pdf



Learning Domain Ontologies from Document Warehouses and..
-

Universita Di Roma
(2004)



(Correct)


in relation to the expected advent of the
Semantic Web

(Berners
-
Lee, 1999)The goal of a
domain

are recognized as crucial resources for the
Semantic Web
, in practice they are not available,

and when

www.dsi.uniroma1.it/~navigli/pubs/CL_2004_Navigli_Velardi.ps





Meaning and the Semantic Web
-

Bijan Parsia University



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Meaning and the
Semantic Web

Bijan Parsia University of Maryland College

(URI references) is a contentious issue in the
Semantic Web
. Numerous proposals have
been given for how to

www
-
db.research.bell
-
labs.com/user/pfps/publications/meaning.pdf



Efficient data store and discovery in a scientific P2P..
-

Alexander Oser
Computation



(Correct)


research as well as from the database and
semant
ic web

research areas. These networks
allow the

Piazza: Data management infrastructure for
semantic web

applications. In Proceedings of
the Twelfth

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
-
WS//Vol
-
83/scin_1.pdf



The Information Society
-
Understanding its institutions
-

Interdisciplinary Eaepe..



(Correct)


an innovative Knowledge Management Solution: a
semantic web

service of compet
encies.
This project leads to

systems (see the action of W3C around the "
semantic web
"called also Semantic
Community Web Portals

eaepe.infonomics.nl/papers/Lazaric.pdf



Nick Jennings nrj@ecs.soton.ac
.uk The Challenge
-

Building Intelligent Software



(Correct)


stakeholders, each with their own aims Grid,
Semantic Web
, Pervasive Computing, E
-
Commerce 3 Exemplar

www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~nrj/downl
oad
-
files/inaugural.pdf



SENG 609.22 Agent base Software Engineering
-

Course Instructor Dr (2002)



(Correct)


purchase transactions over t
he Internet the
Semantic Web
, where agents are needed both to
provide

www.enel.ucalgary.ca/People/far/Lectures/SENG609
-
22/./PDF/tutorials/2002/Agent
-
based_Simulation_for_Social_Issues.pdf



Semantic Ma
rkup for Semantic Web Tools:
-

Daml
-
S Description Of



(Correct)


Semantic Markup for
Semantic Web

Tools: A DAML
-
S description of an RDF
-
Store

be a key success factor for the future of the
Semant
ic Web
. We envision that semantic
descriptions of the

www.cs.vu.nl/~marta/papers/iswc_paper56.pdf



Foundations for Service Ontologies:
-

Aligning Owl
-
S To (2004)



(Correct)


distributed systems such as the envisioned
Semantic Web

This is especially important for
the

agents. As one of the first initiatives of the
Semantic Web

community for describing Web
Services, OWL
-
S

www.cs.vu.nl/~marta/pa
pers/www2004.pdf



Integrating Semantic Web Reasoning and Answer Set
-

Heymans And Vermeir
(2003)



(Correct)


Integrating
Semantic Web

Reaso
ning and Answer Set Programming S.

language, as well as rule language, on the
Semantic Web
. 1 Introduction Description logics
(DLs) 3]

tinf2.vub.ac.be/~sheymans/publications/./asp2003.ps



Development
of the Prototype System
-

For Collection And



(Correct)


enormous amount of information. The movement of
Semantic Web

is the straight answer
to the problem, i.e.

2002. Learning to map between ont
ologies on the
semantic web
. In Proceedings of the
11th International WWW

www
-
kasm.nii.ac.jp/papers/takeda/02/swfat
-
takeda.pdf



An Intelligent Search Agent System for Semantic
-

Information Retrieval
On



(Correct)


In this paper we describe a system for
semantic web

content mining our system works on
-
the
-
fly,

.we have used an agent based approach for
semantic web

searching and we have enriche
d
the

www.grid.unina.it/projects/firb/PubblicazioniURCININA/40URCININA.pdf



Brain Meets Brawn: Why Grid and Agents Need Each Other
-

Ian Foster
Argonne



(Correct)


including robotics, peer
-
to
-
peer networking,
semantic web
, distributed systems, artificial

is an increasingly reliance on Web services and
semantic web

technologies for providing
the computational

www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~nrj/download
-
files/aamas04foster.pdf



The Finalists 13 A1: CONSORTS Cognitive Resource Managing ..
-

Computing Consorts
Team



(Correct)


physical infor
mation in the real world the
semantic web

emphasizes ontological
information resources

the Ubiquitous computing environment and in the
Semantic web

based Web services. The
Consorts agent

www.agentcities.org/EUNET/ID3/documents/id3ex_finalists.pdf



Towards Distributed Processing of RDF Path
-

Queries Heiner Stuckenschmidt



(Correct)


RDF data is a key element in the current
Semantic Web

develo
pment. Systems like Jena,
Sesame or the

RDF Suite are widely used for building
Semantic Web

applications. Currently, none of
these

www.cs.vu.nl/~heiner/public/IJWET.pdf



Dynamic Teaching Materials fo
r ESSLLI
-

Bernardi Dahn Mishne (2004)



(Correct)


Natural Language Interfaces to Databases,
Semantic Web
, etc. The modularity of the
systems and the

www.science.uva.nl/~mdr/Publications/Files/lr
ec2004_elearning.pdf



Combining FIPA ACL With DAML+OIL
--

A Case Study
-

Agent Communication
With



(Correct)


With Cia, Fipa Acl And Techni
ques Of The
Semantic Web

Michael Schalk, Thorsten
Liebig, Torsten

in advance, because they can use ontology
-
based
Semantic Web

techniques as a
mechanism for identification

SunSITE.Informatik.RWTH
-
Aachen.de/Publications/CEUR
-
WS//Vol
-
66/oas02
-
19.pdf



Editor: James Hendler
-

University Of Maryland (2003)



(Correct)


University Of Maryland Hendler@cs.umd.edu The
Semantic Web

68 1094
-
7167/03/17.00

2003 Ieee Ieee

functionality or third
-
party functionality) as
Semantic Web

services, which in turn the user
can discover

www.csee.umbc.edu/~jklabrou/publications/20030915
-
Task
-
Computing
-
IEEE
-
Intelligent
-
Systems
-
September
-
October
-
2003.pdf



International Description Logic Workshop,
-

Toulouse France April



(Correct)


France, April 2002. Two Proposals for a
Semantic Web

Ontology Language Peter
F. Patel
-
Schneider

on statements about individuals, resulting in a
semantic web

ontology language that is very
close to

www
-
db.research.bell
-
labs.com/user/pfps/publications/two
-
proposals.ps



A Framewo
rk for Design and Composition of Semantic Web..
-

Asuncin Gmez
-
Prez
And



(Correct)


A Framework for Design and Composition of
Semantic Web

Services Asuncin Gmez
-
Prez
and Rafael

A Corua. Spain. la
ma@dec.usc.es Abstract
Semantic Web

Services (SWS) are Web
Services (WS) whose

www.daml.ecs.soton.ac.uk/SSS
-
SWS04/44.pdf



Adaptation and Reuse in Designing Web Information Systems
-

Flavius Frasincar
Peter
(2004)



(Correct)


12]a model
-
based WIS design methodology using
Semantic Web

technology. It has all the
benefits of a

methodology as well as the good traits of a
Semantic Web

product (e.g.

platform
independence, explicit

www
-
mmt.inf.tu
-
dresden.de/fiala/pub/itcc2004_fiala.pdf



Natural Language Expression of User Policies in Pervasive..
-

Environments Julie
Weeds



(Correct)


a file and a printer. Recent interest in the
Semantic Web

(Berners
-
Lee et al.2001) has led
to a

logics as ontology languages for the
semantic web
. In Lecture Notes in AI. Springer.
Balkanski,

www.cogs.susx.a
c.uk/users/juliewe/ontolex04.ps






Experiments With Geographic Knowledge for Information..
-

Dimitar Manov
Atanas



(Correct)


indexing, and retrieval of text. The
Semantic Web

knowledge representation standards are
used,

of Information Extraction to new areas like the
Semantic Web

and knowledge
management has posed new

www.metacar
ta.com/kornai/NAACL/WS9/Conf/ws903.ps.gz



Index Structures and Algorithms for Querying
-

Distributed Rdf Repositories



(Correct)


RDF data
is a key element in the current
semantic web

development. Systems like Jena,
Sesame or the

RDF Suite are widely used for building
semantic web

applications. Currently, none of
these systems

www.cs.vu.nl/~heiner/public/WWW04.pdf



The MEANING Project
-

German Rigau Donostia



(Correct)


multilingual society. To develop a trustable
semantic web

infrastructure and a multilingual
ontology

a keysto
ne enabling technologies for the
semantic web
. In particular, the Multilingual
Central

ixa.si.ehu.es/Ixa/Argitalpenak/Artikuluak/1068549339/publikoak/sepln.ps



Querying the Semantic W
eb with RQL
-

Karvounarakis Magganaraki Alexaki
(2003)



(Correct)


1 Querying the
Semantic Web

with RQL y G. Karvounarakis A. Magganaraki S.

Real
-
scale
Semantic Web

applications, suchasKnowledge

Portals and

www.ics.forth.gr/isl/publications/paperlink/comp
-
networks2003.pdf



Wrapper Induction for End
-
User Semantic Content
-

Development Andrew Hogue
(2004)



(Correct)


from existing World Wide Web content to the
Semantic Web

relies on the labeling and
classification of

with this labeled content within a larger
Semantic Web

application, such as Haystack.
Categories and

haystack.lcs.mit.e
du/papers/idsw2004
-
wrapperinduction.pdf



Reputation Network Analysis for Email Filtering
-

Jennifer Golbeck James



(Correct)


network used
for experiments in this paper is
Semantic Web

based. The benefits of the
web in nearly every

websites, restricted only to members, the
Semantic Web

provides a method by which data
can be stored

www.mindswap.org/papers/Email04.pdf



Personalization Services for Adaptive Educational Hypermedia
-

Peter Dolog Learning
(2003)



(Correct)


a re
-
usable way appropriate for the use in the
semantic web
.

We show how to design
personalization

provide re
-
usable adaptation methods employing
semantic web

description formats.
keywords: adaptive

adaptive hypermedia, personalization, adaptive web,
semantic web
, web service. 1
Introduction The idea

www.kbs.uni
-
ha
nnover.de/Arbeiten/Publikationen/2003/abis03.pdf



Design and Implementation of a Large
-
Scale
-

Context Fusion Network



(Correct)


standards
, for instance, from the ontology and
semantic Web

research community. We
assume that the

www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~dfk/papers/chen:fusenet.pdf



Coalition Agents Experiment: Multi
-
Agent Co
-
operation in..
-

Coalition Setting David
(2002)



(Correct)


management can improve agent collaboration
semantic web

technology can improve agent
interoperability

and run
-
time interoperability achieved using
sem
antic web

languages and technology
(Allsopp et al,

www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/project/ix/documents/./2002/2002
-
ksco
-
coax.pdf



Automatic Generation of Java/SQL based
-

Inference Engines From



(Correct)


engineering exibility. 1 Introduction The
Semantic Web

is about to open up exciting new
possibilities

that it is crucial for the success of the
Semantic Web

to provide tools that integrate with
proven

www2.i
-
u.de/isws.ps



Oscar Corcho
-

Mariano Fernndez
-
Lpez Asuncin



(Correct)


A Corua, Spain email: lama@dec.usc.es Abstract
Semantic Web

S
ervices (SWSs) are
specified in a semantic

is WSFL [Leymann, 2001]In this context, the
Semantic Web

[Berners
-
Lee et al.2001] has
risen as a Web

delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/miembros/OscarCorcho/./documents/IJCAI03WS_CorchoEtAl.pdf



Woodstein: A Web Interface Agent for Debugging
-

Commerce Planning In



(Correct)


. 125 6.8 Integrate with the
Semantic Web

and Web Services .

of web pages enabled by t
he advent of the
Semantic Web
, 20 however, we expect that it
will be

lieber.www.media.mit.edu/people/lieber/Lieberary/End
-
User
-
Debugging/Woodstein
-
Thesis.pdf



Reducing OWL Entailment
-

To Description
Logic (2003)



(Correct)


satisfiability. 1 Introduction The aim of the
Semantic Web

is to make web resources (not
just HTML pages,

[2]According to widely known proposals for a
Semantic Web

archi
tecture, ontologies will
play a key role

www.cs.man.ac.uk/~horrocks/Publications/./download/2003/HoPa03b.pdf



DOSE: a Distributed Open Semantic Elaboration Platform
-

Dario Bonino Fulvio
(2004)



(Correct)


approach. 1. Introduction The promise of the
Semantic Web

[13] to innovate the way we
design and use the

interesting goal that can be achieved by the
Semantic Web

is the automatic cr
eation of
documents, as

www.cad.polito.it/pap/db/ictai03.pdf



A Multi
-
Agent Platform for a Corporate Semantic Web
-

Fabien Gandon Route
(2002)



(Correct)


A Multi
-
Agent Platform for a Corporate
Semantic Web

Fabien Gandon INRIA
-
ACACIA
Project 2004,

a corporate memory in the form of a corporate
semantic web
. We then present our
approach to tackle a

ftp
-
sop.inria.fr/acacia/fgandon/research/aam
as2002/FabienGandon_AAMAS2002.pdf



The VLDB Journal manuscript No.
-

Will Be Inserted



(Correct)


the editor) Learning to Match Ontologies
on the
Semantic Web

AnHai Doan 1 Jayant
Madhavan 2 Robin

date /Revised version: date Abstract On the
Semantic Web
, data will inevitably come from
many different

A Machine Learning Perspective for the
Semantic Web
.
Semantic Web

Working
Symposium (SWWS) Pos
ition Paper,

anhai.cs.uiuc.edu/home/papers/glue
-
vldbj.ps



Unknown
-

Repository For Software



(Correct)


pp. 18
-
22, June 2002. Using the
Sem
antic Web

to Construct an Ontology
-
Based
Repository for

problem. In this abstract, I propose the
semantic web

as a medium to start representing the

csce.unl.edu/~scotth/papers/Henninger
-
state
-
art
-
ASE.pdf



Ontology, Ontotheology, and Society
-

Joseph Goguen Department



(Correct)


for ontologies in the technical sense of the
Semantic Web
, database integration, etc.despite
the

www.cse.ucsd.edu/u
sers/goguen/pubs/../projs/../pps/fois04.ps



Artequakt: Generating Tailored Biographies with
-

Automatically Annotated..



(Correct)


one of
the basic barriers towards realising the
Semantic Web

(11]25]Annotations can be
roughly

S. Handschuh, An annotation framework for the
semantic web
'in In Proceedings of the
First International

eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/archive/00006913/01/Artequakt
-
camera
-
re
ady.pdf



Semantics from the Web
---

Semantics for the Web.
-

Creating French And



(Correct)


birte.loenneker@uni
-
hamburg.de Abstract The
Se
mantic Web

will be the more successful
the more Web

it relies on. 1 Introduction The aim of the
Semantic Web

is to "express[information in a
machine

Semantics from the
Web
-
Semantics

for the Web. Creating a French and German

www.stud.uni
-
hamburg.de/users/b
irte/projekt/birte_eurolanws.pdf





Enabling Technologies For Electronic Commerce
-

Kappel, Retschitzegger, Schröder
(1998)



(Correc
t)


and third, data mining technology for supporting
web

usage tracking. 1. Introduction
Electronic

and to facilitate personalized marketing efforts,
web

usage tracking by means of data
mining technology

arise in this context are the unreliability of the
Web

in terms of network and
web

server
failures and

ftp.ifs.uni
-
linz.ac.at/pub/publications/1998/0998.ps.gz



Trust and Partial Typing in Open Systems of Mobile Agents
-

Riely, Hennessy
(1998)



(Correct)



(57

citations)


the system as a whole, e.g. to "type
-
check the
web
"In this paper, we present type systems
and

The result is that t
he network is divided into
webs

of trust and agents can only gain entry to
a
web

webs

of trust and agents can only gain entry to a
web

of trust via typechecking. Once entry
to a
web

of

www.csc.ncsu.edu/faculty/riely/papers/98TR
-
partial.ps.gz



TrIAs
-

An Architecture for Trainable Information Assistants
-

Bauer, Dengler
(1998)



(Correct)



(3

citations)


a user's requests using information from various
web

sites. The central challenge of this
system is the

share the same user interface which is a standard
Web
-
browser. The architecture supports
interchanging

way. The information broker
's interface to the
Web

is implemented by the interpreter for
HyQL. If the

www.dfki.de/~bauer/aaai
-
ws
-
10.ps



"Drop
-
in" publishing with the World Wide Web
-

Jim Davis (1994)



(Correct)



(2

citations)


"Drop
-
in" publishing with the World Wide
Web

Jim Davis and Carl Lagoze Xerox Inc. and
Cornell

Finally, we discuss the problems
we've had with the
Web

as it stands, hoping to motivate
changes that

since our protocol is based on the World Wide
Web
, we also describe some of the
problems we've

users.lanminds.com/contact/jdavis/Papers/WWW94/www94.ps



The Persistent Relevance of the Local Operating System to Global..
-

Lepreau
(1996)



(Correct)



(4

citations)


distributed systems such as the World Wide
Web

and the touting of Java
-
based systems as
the

and difficult to solve. However, Mosaic and the
Web

succeeded spectacularly without
addressing a

wildfire. It has become a cliche to state that the
Web

is simply a distributed filesystem, but
with

mancos.cs.utah.edu/papers/dist
-
vs
-
local.ps.Z



An Overview of Document Mining Technology
-

Dixon (1997)



(Correct)


from various types of text collections including the
Web
. A recent project at the University
of Sheffield,

MUC
-
6 competition. Extracting information on the
Web

Etzioni (Etz96]looked at applying
data mining

data mining to the vast

resources of the world wide
web
, Etzioni coining the phrase
Web

mining. More

www.geocities.com/~mjdixon/mark/writings/dixm97_dm.ps



Visualizing the World
-
Wide Web with the Navigational View..
-

Mukherj
ea, Foley
(1995)



(Correct)



(35

citations)


Visualizing the World
-
Wide
Web

with the Navigational View Builder Sougata

for forming vi
sualizations for the World
-
Wide
Web
. KEYWORDS: Information
Visualization, Overview

Figure 1: An overview diagram of the World
-
Wide
Web

pages about the research activities
at GVU. It

ftp.cc.gatech.edu/pub/groups/gvu/tr/95
-
09.ps.Z



Calculi for Mobile Processes
-

Bibliography and Web Pages
-

Nestmann, Victor
(1998)



(Correct)


Calculi for Mobile Processes Bibliography and
Web

Pages
-
Uwe

Nestmann, BRICS
Aalborg, Denmark

extensive up
-
to
-
date bibliography and a
web

page for further information
-
covering the area

provides access to most of the
web

pages of active researchers, research groups, and

www.cs.auc.dk/mobility/bib/EATCS/main.ps



Feature Subset Selection in Text
-
Learning
-

Mladenic (1998)



(Correct)



(13

citations)


comparison given on real
-
world data collected from
Web

users shows that characteristics
of the problem

scoring measures on real
-
world data collected from
Web

users. Section 3 describes our
problem domain and

as predicting clicked hyperlinks from the set

of
Web

documents visited by the user. This is
performed

www.cs.cmu.edu/~TextLearning/pww/papers/PWW/pwwECML98.ps.gz



The Hyper
-
G Network Information System
-

Andrews, Kappe, Maurer
(1995)



(Correct)



(4

citations)


systems like WAIS, Gopher, and the World
-
Wide
Web
. These three information systems
have transformed

it has

no provision for hyperlinks. The World
-
Wide
Web

project (WWW, W3, or simply
"The
Web
"was

The World
-
Wide
Web

project (WWW, W3, or simply "The
Web
"was initiated at CERN,
Geneva, in 1989,

ftp.unibw
-
muenchen.de/pub/comp/infosys/Hyper
-
G/papers/dms94.ps.gz



Live Multimedia over HTTP
-

Jonathan Soo



(Correct)


Science Cambridge, MA 02139 Abstract The World Wide
Web

is currently not well
oriented toward
s

a subset of HTTP 1.0. 1 Introduction The World Wide
Web

is a popular mechanism for
distributing many types

not possible to access "live" media streams through
Web

browsers. Live media are media
of possibly

www.tns.lcs.mit.edu/~jcsoo/www94a.ps



ConCall: An information service for researchers based ..
-

Waern, Tierney..
(1998)



(Correct)



(3

citations)


Abstract In this paper, we present new types of
web

information services, where users and
information

of information sources such as the World Wide
Web

has left readers with an acute problem
of

Information brokering servic
es exist today on the
web
, and some of these utilize individual
user

ftp.sics.se/pub/SICS
-
reports/Reports/SICS
-
T
--
98
-
04
--
SE.ps.Z



The Design and Implementation of a Java Playground
-

Dahlia Ma
lkhi
(1997)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


applet is transformed to use the downloading user's
web

browser as a graphics terminal for
it
s input and

system reroutes all Java applets retrieved via the
web

to the domain's playground, where
the applets are

and in some configurations requires no changes to
web

browsers in use today. While there
is a class of

www.research.att.com/~trmaster/./TRs
/97/97.32/97.32.1.body.ps



Mille
-
feuille: An Information Delivery System using..
-

SUMIYA, NODA, TANAKA
(1998)



(Correct)


A pull type service,

for example, is conventional
Web

surfing as pulling information. Users
pull

information. Users pull information from different
Web

sites by searching for topics that
they are

information can be accessed through the World Wide
Web

(WWW)In actual data on
WW
W, however, some

www.db.cs.kobe
-
u.ac.jp/pub/Research/1998/DEWS98_3.ps.gz



Secure Mobile Code: Where do we go from here?
-

Dean, Felten (1997)



(Correct)


a "secure" way to download a program as part of a
Web

page, thus dramatically increasing
the

increasing the interactivity of the World Wide
Web
. Several other systems
(Juice[1]MMM[2]

(2) ease of embedding in existing software (e.g.
Web

br
owsers)Many first generation
security kernels

www.cs.nps.navy.mil/research/languages/statements/ddean.ps



Adaptive Scheduling with Client Resources to Improve WWW..
-

Andresen, Yang
(1996)



(Correct)


have addressed issues of developing multi
-
processor
Web

servers in dealing with this
bottleneck using

with inexpensive disks. As the WWW develops and
Web

browsers achieve the ability t
o
download

2 gives a model and an example for client
-
server
web

computing. Section 3 presents the
software

www.cs.ucsb.edu/TRs/techreports/TRCS96
-
27.ps



A Scalable HTTP Server: The NCSA Protot
ype
-

Katz, Butler, McGrath
(1994)



(Correct)



(90

citations)


mcgrath@ncsa.uiuc.edu Abstract While the World Wide
Web

(www) may appea
r to be
intrinsically scalable

Applications in building a scalable World Wide
Web

server. The implementation described
in the

components come together to define our scalable
web

are detailed in Figure 2. Understand
that this

www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/InformationSe
rvers/Conferences/CERNwww94/www94.ncsa.ps



Users' Experience with ADIFOR 2.0
-

Bischof, Carle (1996)



(Correct)



(1

citation)


and commercial communities via the World Wide
Web
. By January 1996, we had received
and processed

made available for distribution via the World Wide
Web
. To retrieve the software,
requestors filled out

gave

the requestors access to password
-
protected
Web

pages with links to Unix tar files
containing all

softlib.rice.edu/pub/CRPC
-
TRs/reports/CRPC
-
TR96642.ps.gz



A Guide to Available Mathematical Software
-

Boisvert (1994)



(Correct)



(2

citations)


logins is provided on gams.nist.gov. World Wide
Web
. GAMS can be accessed by World
Wide
W
eb

browsers

World Wide
Web
. GAMS can be accessed by World Wide
Web

browsers like Mosaic or
Lynx by specifying the URL

been developed for use on Unix systems. A World Wide
Web

gateway to the GAMS server
was developed recently,

math.nist.gov/pub/reports/bo
isvert/SIAMNews94.ps.Z



Efficient Techniques for Adaptive Hypermedia
-

Brusilovsky
(1997)



(Correct)



(7

citations)


hypertext: Advanced techniques for the World Wide
Web
. Lecture Notes in Computer
Science, 1326, Berlin:

paid to the techniques implemented in the World Wide
Web

and to techniques which have
been appr
oved by an

the techniques which were implemented in World Wide
Web

(WWW) context, and third
priority to the

www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~plb/papers/EffTech.ps



Information Retrieval and Information Theory
-

Berger (1999)



(Correct)


the millions of documents comprising the World Wide
Web
, those
web

pages most
relevant to a u
ser's query.

of documents comprising the World Wide
Web
, those
web

pages most relevant to a user's
query. An old and

user's predilections [25]automatically classifying
web

pages by content [15]and suggesting
web

pages to

www.cs.cmu.edu/~aberger/proposal.p
s



Distributed Services Built with Mobile Code
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Queloz, Villazón



(Correct)


service allows to connect two disjoint "worlds"the
Web
, which is
connection oriented and
where requests

and providing information to its clients (e.g. a
Web

server)Usually client and server
communicate by

with a limited request/reply scheme (e.g.
Web

service, encryption service, naming service,

cuiwww.unige.ch/~queloz/c
ours.c/mywww/cours.c/mywww/papers/asama99.ps.gz



Webs of Archived Distributed Computations for Asynchronous..
-

Mani Chandy
(1997)



(Correct)



(2

citations)


Boston. Manufactured in The Netherlands.
Webs

of Archived Distributed Computations for

the mechanisms needed to construct archivable
webs

of distributed asynchronous
collaborat
ions and

snapshots, asynchronous collaboration, world wide
web
, computational experiments,
infospheres, component

www.cs.caltech.edu/~kiniry/projects/papers/Supercomputing/supercomputing.ps



Prefetching Links on the WWW
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Jiang, Kleinrock (1997)



(Correct)



(11

citations)


Due to the proliferation of the World Wide
Web

(WWW)there has been a large increase in

experience long delays in retrieving files from
Web

servers. Sometimes, the waiting does
not end even

More specifically, some intelligence is added to
web

browsers and servers such that
whenever a new page

millenniu
m.cs.ucla.edu/~jiang/Research/Publication/prefetch.ps



The Argonne Voyager Multimedia Server
-

Terrence Disz (1997)



(Correct)


vic and

vat and to be managed and operated via the
Web
. Voyager also provides simple
recording /playback

over three channels. Playback is initiated from a
Web

page but once a session is started, it
cannot be

session is started, it cannot be controlled from the
We
b

page. Content is recorded off
-
line
using the

info.mcs.anl.gov/pub/tech_reports/reports/P653.ps.Z



Interoperability in Large
-
scale Distributed Information..
-

Liu, Yan, Özsu



(Correct)


intranets and the ongoing advances in the World Wide
Web

(WWW or
Web
) have fueled
the development of a wide

the ongoing advances in the World Wide
Web

(WWW or
Web
) have fueled the
development of a wide range of

everyone today can publish information on the
Web

at any time. The flexibility and
autonomy of

web.cs.ualberta.ca/~database/AURORA/papers/NATObook/NATObook.ps.Z



Vertical Data Migration in L
arge Near
-
Line Document Archives..
-

Kraiss, Weikum
(1997)



(Correct)



(17

citations)


a prototype system. Detailed simulation studi
es with
Web
-
server
-
like synthetic workloads
indicate

1.1 Problem Statement Internet/WWW and
Web
-
like intranet infrastructures gain
increasing

the amount and type of data that is offered on the
Web

(e.g.in electronic product cat
-

alogs)a

paris.cs.uni
-
sb.d
e/public_html/papers/vldb97.ps.Z



Robust State Sharing for Wide Area Distributed Applications
-

Topol, Ahamad, Stasko
(1998)



(Correct)



(8

citations)


The growth in popularity of the World Wide
Web

(WWW) has resulted in the development
of a new

the Java programming language and Java capable
Web

browsers. These
Web

spinoffs are
havi
ng a profound

language and Java capable
Web

browsers. These
Web

spinoffs are having a profound
impact on the field

www.gvu.gatech.edu/gvu/people/student/./Brad.Topol/replica.ps.Z



Local Contro
l over Filtered WWW Access
-

Brenda Baker (1995)



(Correct)



(3

citations)


restricting access to resources on the World Wide
Web

(W
WW)The strategy is to make it
easy for a

in a distributed fashion. Keywords: World Wide
Web
, proxy, firewall, ratings, censorship,
Exon

on the rating. On September 11, 1995, the World Wide
Web

Consortium announced the
development of a Platform

cm.bell
-
lab
s.com/cm/cs/doc/95/2
-
bsb
-
5.ps.gz



Intelligent Agents
-

Morales
-
Morell (1997)



(Correct)


application software in our des
ktop computer, to
Web
wandering robots that connect to
Web

sites and

computer, to
Web
wandering robots that connect to
Web

sites and gathers pages for
indexing and addition

sites and gathers pages for indexing and addition to
Web

search engines (spiders"
web
-
bots"etc.The

exodo.upr.clu.edu/~anibal/papers/agents.ps



An Object Model Supporting Ad
-
Hoc Application Partitioning In..
-

Kirste



(Correct)


h
ypermedia systems such as the World
-
Wide
Web

provide already a very well structured

Clearly, the computing environment of the World
-
Wide
Web

is, especially with respect to
bandwidth dynamics,

problems of efficient distributed computing in the
Web
. The poi
nt of this paper is to
propose a very

wwwteo.informatik.uni
-
rostock.de/~hunger/wswos/DCW_papers/kirste.ps



Web Implementation of a Security Mediator for Medical..
-

Wiederhold, Bilello..
(199
7)



(Correct)



(5

citations)


Web

Implementation of a Security Mediator for Medical

with the security mediator engine are the
Web
-
ba
sed customer and security officer
interfaces.

HTML forms and CGI scripts to connect the front
-
end
Web

interfaces with the internal
databases. The

www
-
db.stanford.edu/pub/gio/TIHI/IFIPbook.ps



Security i
n the World Wide Web
-

Jochen Rindfrey



(Correct)


Security in the World Wide
Web

Jochen Rindfrey Fraunhofer Institute for Computer

its easy and user
-
friendly features, the world
-
wide
web

(WWW) ha
s become one of the
most popular tools in

to more secure transmissions over the world wide
web
. The password protection scheme
describes a way to

www.igd.fhg.de/www/igd
-
a8/publications/online/secwww.ps.gz



SuperWeb: Research Issues in Java
-
Based Global Computing
-

Alexandrov, Ibel..
(1996)



(Correct)



(41

citations)


A
bstract The Internet, in particular the World
-
Wide
-
Web
, continues to expand at an
amazing pace. We

an untrusted third party. For example, the Netscape
Web

browser can safely run arbitrary
Java code 1

applications, and users of network computers or
web

sta
tions. Individual users that
occasionally need

www.cs.ucsb.edu/~berto/papers/97
-
journal
-
superweb.ps



Learning to Order Things
-

Cohen, Schapire, Singer (1998)



(Correct)



(27

citations)


is a domain
-
specific query expansion strategy for a
web

search engine. 1 Introduction Work
in inductive

is a domain
-
specific query expansion strate
gy for a
web

search engine. Since our work
touches several

which the goal is to combine the rankings of several
web

search engines on some fixed
query. For N search

www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~gural/CS550/cohenrobyoram.ps



On
-
Demand Delivery of Software in Mobile Environments
-

Kortuem, Fickas, Segall
(1997)



(Correct)


become popular in the context of the world
-
wide
-
web

and programming for

the Internet.
Instead of

language Java [7] which in connection with
web

browsers allows applets to be downloaded
over the

delivery mechanisms like the ones employed in
web

browsers are not directly usable in a
mobile

www.cs.uoregon.edu/~kortuem/htbin/down
load.cgi?/cs/www/home/research/wearables/Pap
ers/nomadic97.ps



Java Access to Numerical Libraries
-

Casanova (1997)



(Correct)



(24

citations)


its ability to be executed as applets running within
Web

browsers. Java source code is
compiled into

Virtual Machine (JVM)A JVM can be embedded in a
Web

Browser and, with the
appropriate secur
ity

class files that are accessible from the World Wide
Web
. JVMs are being provided by an
increasing number

www.cs.utk.edu/~nsadmin/NetSolve/papers/LasVegaspaper.ps



Generating Association

Rules from Semi
-
Structured Documents..
-

Lisa Singh
(1997)



(Correct)



(7

citations)


extensions of this work for the World Wide
We
b

(WWW) and digital library systems. 2
Motivating

Magazine articles, research papers, and World Wide
Web

HTML pages are traditionally
considered

processing would need to be done to determine which
web

sites correspond to flower shops.
The next stage

web.ec
e.nwu.edu/EXTERNAL/dbwww/papers/CIKM97.ps



Machine Learning for Information Extraction in Informal Domains
-

Freitag
(1998)



(Correc
t)



(39

citations)


which include email messages, newsgroup posts, and
Web

pages, are particularly abundant,
and there is no

.94 5.2.2 Case Study:
Web

Pages .

.158 A.3 University
Web

Pages .

www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/dayne/www/ps/diss
-
freitag.ps.Z



CFD Data Sets on the WWW for Education and Testing
-

Al Globus



(Correct)


Dynamics
(CFD) data set archive on the World Wide
Web

(WWW) at URL
www.nas.nasa.gov/NAS/

to other papers. Similarly, the WWW consists of
web

sites containing pages. Each HTML
(hyper
-
text

expanding. Simply placing data sets on the
web

is of marginal value. To be use
ful, the
data's

science.nas.nasa.gov/Pubs/TechReports/NASreports/NAS
-
95
-
015/NAS
-
95
-
015.ps