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Construction of Adaptive Web-Applications from Reusable Components

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Journal Article

Year

2000

Authors

Guntram Gräf

Guntram Gräf

gaedke

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol. 1875(Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies - First International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Web-Technologies, EC-Web 2000, London, UK, September 2000Proceedings)

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The Web has become a ubiquitous environment for application delivery. The originally intended idea, as a distributed system for knowledgeinterchange, has given way to organizations offering their products and services using the Web as a global point of sale. The centralized delivery-mechanism enables the construction of E-Commerce applications personalized for each user by using behavior analysis. Current technologies suffer from the Web’s legacy and use Log file-analysis or collaborative filtering only to adapt the content to users’ needs. Motivated by the results of collaborative filtering algorithms, we describe a construction approach based on the abstract concept of services. To support the fine-grained concept we use the component-based WebComposition Markup Language to support reuse and seamless evolution of E-Commerce applications.

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Guntram Gräf, Martin Gaedke, : Construction of Adaptive Web-Applications from Reusable Components; Pages 1-12; Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol. 1875(Electronic Commerce and Web Technologies - First International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Web-Technologies, EC-Web 2000, London, UK, September 2000Proceedings)

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