Indexing Associated Knowledge Flow on the Web

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The Associated Knowledge Flow (AKF) on the Web is an ordered sequence of Web pages that have associated relation. The associated relation from page A to page B indicates that users who have browsed page A is likely to also browse page B. The motivation of this paper is to index the AKFs on the Web and provide users AKFs instead of discrete resources. We build a scalable P2P-based Web resource-sharing system and design two kinds of ID spaces (hash ID space and semantic ID space) on it to index resources and facilitate AKF discovery. Theoretical analysis and simulations show that such a system can achieve logarithmic performance and cost.

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Edited by:

Elwin Mao and Linli Xu

Pages:

305-309

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AEF.1.305

Citation:

X. Chen et al., "Indexing Associated Knowledge Flow on the Web", Advanced Engineering Forum, Vol. 1, pp. 305-309, 2011

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September 2011

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