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Analyzing Logical Structure of a Web Site

BURGET, R.

Originální název

Analyzing Logical Structure of a Web Site

Anglický název

Analyzing Logical Structure of a Web Site

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The today's World Wide Web consists mainly of documents written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). This language has been developed for describing the look of the documents and the references to other documents and therefore it has very poor facilities for describing the semantics and the structure of the contained data. Moreover, some of these facilities are often not used by the authors of the documents or they are not used in apropriate way. In our work, we are attempting to analyze the look and the stucture of a Web site represented by the facilities of the HTML language and create its logical model which would represent the data relations the same way a human user would see it. We propose a tree representation of a Web site and algorithms for the analysis of the most importatnt HTML constructions - section headings, lists, tables and links.

Anglický abstrakt

The today's World Wide Web consists mainly of documents written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). This language has been developed for describing the look of the documents and the references to other documents and therefore it has very poor facilities for describing the semantics and the structure of the contained data. Moreover, some of these facilities are often not used by the authors of the documents or they are not used in apropriate way. In our work, we are attempting to analyze the look and the stucture of a Web site represented by the facilities of the HTML language and create its logical model which would represent the data relations the same way a human user would see it. We propose a tree representation of a Web site and algorithms for the analysis of the most importatnt HTML constructions - section headings, lists, tables and links.

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@inproceedings{BUT10013,
  author="Radek {Burget}",
  title="Analyzing Logical Structure of a Web Site",
  annote="The today's World Wide Web consists mainly of documents written in
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). This language has been developed for describing the look of the documents and the references to other
documents and therefore it has very poor facilities for describing the
semantics and the structure of the contained data. Moreover, some of
these facilities are often not used by the authors of the documents or
they are not used in apropriate way. In our work, we are attempting to
analyze the look and the stucture of a Web site represented by the
facilities of the HTML language and create its logical model which would
represent the data relations the same way a human user would see it.
We propose a tree representation of a Web site and algorithms for the
analysis of the most importatnt HTML constructions - section headings, lists, tables and links.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 5th International Conference ISM '02 - Information Systems Modelling",
  chapter="10013",
  year="2002",
  month="april",
  pages="29--35",
  type="conference paper"
}