International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Performance Enhancement of Scheduling Algorithms in Clusters and Grids Using Improved Dynamic Load Balancing Techniques

    In this paper, the authors describe the research work done for during PhD study. Cluster computing, grid computing and cloud computing are Distributed Computing Environments (DCEs) widely accepted for the next generation Web based commercial and scientific applications. These applications work around the globally distributed data of petabyte scale that...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Anatomy Of An Ad: Structured Indexing And Retrieval For Sponsored Search

    The core task of sponsored search is to retrieve relevant ads for the user's query. Ads can be retrieved either by exact match, when their bid term is identical to the query, or by advanced match, which indexes ads as documents and is similar to standard Information Retrieval (IR). Recently,...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    RuralCafe: Web Search in the Rural Developing World

    All urban areas of the world are properly connected and have access to the World Wide Web. But rural, developing regions are still struggling to have proper access. There were two major reasons for the limited access, first being the limited purchasing power in these regions and the second being...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Web Service Derivatives

    Web service development and usage has shifted from simple information processing services to high-value business services that are crucial to productivity and success. In order to deal with an increasing risk of unavailability or failure of mission-critical Web services the authors argue the need for advanced reservation of services in...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Online Expansion Of Rare Queries For Sponsored Search

    Sponsored search systems are tasked with matching queries to relevant advertisements. The current state-of-the-art matching algorithms expand the user's query using a variety of external resources, such as Web search results. While these expansion-based algorithms are highly effective, they are largely inefficient and cannot be applied in real-time. In practice,...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Performance Enhancement of Scheduling Algorithms in Clusters and Grids Using Improved Dynamic Load Balancing Techniques

    In this paper, the authors describe the research work done for during PhD study. Cluster computing, grid computing and cloud computing are Distributed Computing Environments (DCEs) widely accepted for the next generation Web based commercial and scientific applications. These applications work around the globally distributed data of petabyte scale that...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    RuralCafe: Web Search in the Rural Developing World

    All urban areas of the world are properly connected and have access to the World Wide Web. But rural, developing regions are still struggling to have proper access. There were two major reasons for the limited access, first being the limited purchasing power in these regions and the second being...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Web Service Derivatives

    Web service development and usage has shifted from simple information processing services to high-value business services that are crucial to productivity and success. In order to deal with an increasing risk of unavailability or failure of mission-critical Web services the authors argue the need for advanced reservation of services in...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Anatomy Of An Ad: Structured Indexing And Retrieval For Sponsored Search

    The core task of sponsored search is to retrieve relevant ads for the user's query. Ads can be retrieved either by exact match, when their bid term is identical to the query, or by advanced match, which indexes ads as documents and is similar to standard Information Retrieval (IR). Recently,...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Online Expansion Of Rare Queries For Sponsored Search

    Sponsored search systems are tasked with matching queries to relevant advertisements. The current state-of-the-art matching algorithms expand the user's query using a variety of external resources, such as Web search results. While these expansion-based algorithms are highly effective, they are largely inefficient and cannot be applied in real-time. In practice,...

    Provided By International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee