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Web Page

A virtual document that displays information on the Internet. The ability to access Web pages has become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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The users viewed an average of four web pages out of nine per visit.
Focused crawlers must calculate the priorities for unvisited links to guide themselves to retrieve web pages that are related to a given topic from the internet.
Blogs/forums, articles and e-shops constituted 40.0% (6/15), 46.7% (7/15) and 13.3% (2/15) of web pages, respectively.
Quantity assumption: In the Web graph model, if a Web page node receives more inlinks directed from other Web pages, the page is presumed to be more important.
Section 3 presents the layout features of web pages and our extraction methods.
We show that such an approach has capability of detecting malicious web pages that participate drive by download attacks.
AGAINST THE RULES: Neil's web page attacks political rivals AGAINST THE RULES: Neil's web page attacks political rivals MSPs can use their Holyrood web
When having multiple topics, students may use the browser's Back button or leave more Web pages opened in the workspace for coordinating information between different topics (Spink, Ozmutlu, & Ozmutlu, 2002; Spink, Park, Jansen, & Pedersen, 2006; Spink, Wilson, Ford, Foster, & Ellis, 2002).To return to a previous topic, students have to identify which Web pages are related to that topic.
The new web pages offer intuitive navigation which gives easy access to detailed information about markets, products, literature and events.
Relatively few studies have investigated the benefits of using discussion Web pages, although the use of the innovative technology and interest in this area are increasing.
When there's a dedicated media relations web page, it can't be easily located from the home page in most cases.
From the Hot Banana interface, site publishers can now send Web pages, portions of Web pages and even entire Web sites to an XML-compatible translation memory system (TMS), such as DejaVu, Trados or SDLX.