Like the Internet itself, interest in computing (both local and distant) has grown exponentially. The rapidly changing role of the Internet has resulted in three very different editions of The Internet for Physicians. The first edition attempted to introduce the concept of information transfer and communication and point the way toward a tool of the future. The second edition attempted to assuage trepidation in the use of this emerging tool and suggest the why and wherefore of being connected. The needs that drove those goals have almost completely disappeared. As a result, the bulk of this edition is more focused on the medi cal aspect of the Internet and its use, and less on the nuts and bolts of connecting and communication through the Web. It has been revamped, reorganized, and expanded to include 30% more content and 90 new illustrations. New to the third edition is an entire section dedicated to Medicine and the Web, with chapters discussing patient education and information, what your patients are seeing on the web, finding quality resources, including clinical-trial and evidence-based medicine sites, how to search and use Pun Med, telemedicine, continuing medical education, medical literature and informatics, applications of on-line journals and submissions, and much more.
Using Web Search Engines (WSEs) to search on the web is considered to be an easy process by many web searchers, meanwhile, most of them are left frustrated in an attempt to satisfy their information needs, even after modifying their search queries and/or using the search filters provided by WSEs. Whichever strategy they use, they are still often challenged by the following questions: How can I create a more precise search query? How do I know whether using a given search filter drives me towards or away from my search goals? How do I gain search experience by using these filters? In Marcel Awasum's book, he outlines the development process of a search tool, known as ASSUFOX a Firefox browser extension that answers these questions. He starts by illustrating some of the problems faced during searching and thereafter explains the scientific methods and paradigms needed to understand the concept, based on which ASSUFOX was developed. The evaluation results showed that this tool significantly enhances searching.
This book describes an architecture for a feature tracking tool. After an introduction to the process of feature tracking, an overview of the implemented architecture and used technologies will be given. The system is realized as a server-client architecture exchanging XML messages via HTTP implemented in REST (Representational State Transfer). Persistent storage can be done on the server or on a client - each time using a native XML database. The server represents the central repository with which all clients synchronize their data. This document will show why this design and the technologies used represent an ideal solution for the problem.The main focus of the book will be on a web client that was implemented as one possible front-end for the system. Possible technologies ranging from CGI to Model2 and popular frameworks for web applications, such as Struts and JavaServer Faces, will be discussed. Following this, an explanation of which solution was chosen and why it was chosen will be given. Several aspects of the system and the web client in particular will be discussed in detail before a reflection of the implemented components and an outlook will be given.
The World Wide Web has two parts: the surface web and the deep web. The Deep web refers to those contents of the World Wide Web that are not visible to the search engines. Following a general discussion of the deep web, extraction of deep web information, how deep web affects: search engines, websites, searchers and the solutions to deep web problems, comparing deep web and surface web, we implement a deep web search tool called AJBDeepSearch
Because of its global reach, reduction of time restraints, and ability to reduce costs and increase sales, use of the Internet, the World Wide Web (WWW), and related technologies can be a competitive tool in the arsenal of SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises). Countries the world over are interested in the successful adoption of the Internet by SMEs since a vast majority of their employment comes from that sector. While SMEs were touted in the late 1990's amd early 2000's as being advanced in their use of eBusiness/eCommerce, there is little empirical evidence that SMEs in the United States have optimized their use of the Internet and are engaging in a fully-integrated eBusiness process. This research investigated the level of Internet usage for business solutions by small Minnesota-based manufacturers. The results of this research indicate that although a majority of respondents use the Internet in their business activities and/or have their own Web sites, the adoption of the Internet as a business tool is limited to non-interactive, brochure-ware Web sites.
Inhaltlich unveränderte Neuauflage. Das stetig wachsende Internet hat einen starken Trend zur webbasierten Softwareentwicklung in Gang gesetzt. Diesem Trend folgt auch die SAP AG und hat einen SAP Web Application Server konzipiert. Mit Hilfe dieser neuen Technologie wird eine ausgereifte Schnittstelle des SAP-Systems mit einem webbasierten Frontend bereitgestellt. Um komplexe Benutzeroberflächen auch auf den Browser abbilden zu können, wird SAP Web Dynpro benutzt, hinter dem jedoch ein völlig neues Konzept steckt. Um bestehende SAP-Anwendungen in diese neue Umgebung zu überführen, bedarf es eines erheblichen Implementierungsaufwands. Es gibt zwar ein Tool der SAP, mit dem Dynpro-Bildschirmbilder in Web-Dynpro- Bilder umgewandelt werden können, jedoch beschränkt sich dieses auf die reine Layoutübernahme. Da eine Vielzahl der Dynpro-Anwendungen keine Trennung der UI- und der Business-Logik beinhaltet, ist eine automatisierte Migration in die neuen Strukturen der Web-Dynpro-Anwendungen technologisch nicht möglich. Langfristig werden SAP-Systeme überwiegend über das World Wide Web bedient werden, weshalb klassische Anwendungen in die zukünftige SAPOberflächentechnologie Web Dynpro transformiert werden müssen.
This project aims at developing a tool for bioinformatics data to be available on one platform by using all types of formats conversion tools. This tool is more convenient to bioinformaticians,researchers and academic students as they do not have to search different databases for formats. By using this web tool on one platform they get the information about the databases, formats and available tools.This web tool is generally seen as a means to control the flow of data and show of information online but is also an invaluable tool to implementing and maintaining accessibility of this web tool.It allows administrator to easily customize their web tool as per requirement. It is easy to operate and can even be operated by non technical.In future these kinds of web tools will help bioinformaticians and researchers to handle large amount of data on one platform.
The important function of academic libraries today is the provision of web based information in electronic formats. Today libraries are providing electronic access to a wide variety of resources, including indexes, full-text articles, complete journals and web resources. In fact, libraries have been moving towards an electronic environment, in which sufficient computers are necessary for patrons to access information. Presently, Web resources is growing at a very fast rate, spreading its roots at an unimaginable speed and becoming an integral part of our lives. No one had ever imagined that Internet would become so integral to the world when it started as a simple communication tool. This study traces out the status of web resources in terms of purpose of using web based information, frequency of using web resources and tools, rating of web resources, level of satisfaction , use of search engines, types of websites used by respondents, and extent of difficulty in accessing web resources in the libraries of engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu.
The last couple of decades have witnessed a phenomenal growth in the World Wide Web. The Web has become a ubiquitous channel for information sharing and dissemination. This has created a whole new set of research challenges. This book describes several research contributions in an endeavor towards a better understanding of the Web. In the first part of this book, we address the problem of estimating the sizes of the Web and search engine indexes. This problem has drawn keen interests from both academic and search engine industry in recent years. We present both empirical methods and theoretical results to this problem. After measuring the size of the Web, we are further interested in understanding its structure. In the second half of the book, we use a powerful theoretical tool called webgraph model to study the Web. The topics span from theoretical analysis of graph properties to analyzing privacy in social networks.
This study with the devloping of an ontology to represent performance measurements, and knowledge based search tool to semantically interpret the performance measurement studies in the health care domain. In this research, Dr. Beyan employed the Protégé ontology editor and knowledge-base framework. She applied Web Ontology Language (OWL) and Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) for formalization of the ontology and knowledge representation. She implemented Description Logics languages for reasoning and used Jess rule engine in her research.
Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: SSAT: Sugar Sequence Analysis Tool, Titelzusatz: A Web Based Sequence Analysis Tool for the Terminal Sugars of Oligosaccharide Chains, Autor: Tahir, Mehwish // Ali Shah, Abad, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Informatik // EDV, Sonstiges, Seiten: 80, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 136 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Capistrano is an open source tool for running scripts on multiple servers, its main use is deploying web applications. It automates the process of making a new version of an application available on one or more web servers, including supporting tasks such as changing databases. Capistrano is written in the Ruby language and is distributed using the RubyGems distribution channel. It is an outgrowth of the Ruby on Rails web application framework, but has also been used to deploy web applications written using other frameworks, including ones written in PHP.