DOMISA: DOM-based information space adsorption for web information hierarchy mining

Hung Yu Kao, Jan Ming Ho, Ming Syan Chen

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Abstract

Due to the growth of dynamic page generation techniques, the amount and the complexity of Web pages has been increasing explosively, as has the information contained within Web pages. Redundant and irrelevant information is distributed and mixed throughout a page, making it difficult to automatically identify the useful information in that page. Consequently, we propose an information hierarchy in this paper, and, from that hierarchy, we can extract the significance and the relationship value of information contained within a Web page. We can then use this hierarchical structure to create a new browsing process. Our DOM-based Information Space Adsorption (DOMISA) system applies information theory to map information in a page into an information space, and our gradient tree adsorption (GTA) process uses the document object model (DOM) trees of pages to build information hierarchies. Experiments on several commercial news Web sites show high precision and recall rates achieved by DOMISA in determining information clusters of pages which validates its practical applicability to Web sites.

Original languageEnglish
Pages312-320
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Jan 1
EventProceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining - Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States
Duration: 2004 Apr 222004 Apr 24

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OtherProceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining
CountryUnited States
CityLake Buena Vista, FL
Period04-04-2204-04-24

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Object Model
Adsorption
Mining
Model-based
Hierarchy
Value of Information
Browsing
Information Theory
Hierarchical Structure
Systems Theory
Gradient

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  • Mathematics(all)

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Kao, H. Y., Ho, J. M., & Chen, M. S. (2004). DOMISA: DOM-based information space adsorption for web information hierarchy mining. 312-320. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States.
Kao, Hung Yu ; Ho, Jan Ming ; Chen, Ming Syan. / DOMISA : DOM-based information space adsorption for web information hierarchy mining. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States.9 p.
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Kao, HY, Ho, JM & Chen, MS 2004, 'DOMISA: DOM-based information space adsorption for web information hierarchy mining', Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States, 04-04-22 - 04-04-24 pp. 312-320.

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2004. 312-320 Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States.

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Kao HY, Ho JM, Chen MS. DOMISA: DOM-based information space adsorption for web information hierarchy mining. 2004. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Fourth SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States.