WISE 2006 washeld in Wuhan, China, during October 23 26, hosted by Wuhan University. As more and more diverse information becomes available on the - ternet and in the Web, novel theoretical and technical approaches to building and improving Web information systems become of vital importance to the f- therdevelopmentofinformationtechnology.Followingthesuccessfulconferences from2000to2005, WISE2006providedapremiumforumforresearchers, prof- sionals, and industrialpractitioners fromaroundthe worldto share their rapidly evolving knowledge and to report on new advances in Web information systems. WISE2006received183submissionsfrom20countriesworldwide.Fromthese submissions, the Program Committee selected 37 regular papers and 17 short papers, corresponding to an acceptance ratio of 20% and 9%, respectively. This volume also includes invited keynote papers, given by three leading experts at ] WISE 2006: M. Tamer Ozsu (University of Waterloo), Katsumi Tanaka (Kyoto University) and Lizhu Zhou (Tsinghua University). The submission and review process worked as follows. Each submission was assigned to three or four Program Committee members for review. During the discussion phase PC members and PC chairs carefully analyzed in particular papers that received divergent evaluations. Based on the review scores and the results of the discussions, the Program Chairs made the ?nal decision. Three workshops were held in conjunction with WISE 2006. The workshop papers are published in a separate proceedings by Springer in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (LNCS 4256).Exploiting Link Analysis with a Three-Layer Web Structure Model Qiang Wang, Yan Liu, and JunYong Luo Information ... gmail.com Abstract. Link ... Traditional link analysis methods only consider the flat structure of the web with hyperlinks.
|Title||:||Web Information Systems - WISE 2006|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-10-10|