|Marcus J. Healey|
|James A. M. McHugh|
|Jason T. L. Wang|
Bruce Croft, Series Editor
Since the inception of the World Wide Web (WWW) in the late 1980s,
many tools have come in to
existence to automate and speed up the information search process on this
large repository of information. Businesses and individuals need constant
access to this sea of information in order to plan their winning strategy.
Therefore, success or failure sometimes is determined by the timely
provision of relevant information that is available at the crucial moments.
The exponential growth of the WWW in the past several years has changed the landscape of information retrieval. The main focus of this book is related to information retrieval on the WWW. It describes various techniques that empower Internet search engines, research prototypes that enable filtering and automated querying the WWW, and data mining on the WWW.
Introduction at Kluwer Academic Publishers
Part I: Information Retrieval on the Web
Part II: Data Mining on the Web
Part III: A Case Study in Environmental Engineering
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