Generating Maps of Web Pages using Cellular Automata

by: Hanene Azzag, David Ratsimb, David Da Costa, Gilles Venturini, Christiane Guinot

The aim of web pages visualization is to present in a very informative and interactive way a set of web documents to the user in order to let him or her navigate through these documents. In the web context, this may correspond to several user�s tasks: displaying the results of a search engine, or visualizing a graph of pages such as a hypertext or a surf map.

In addition to web pages visualization, web pages clustering also greatly improves the amount of information presented to the user by highlighting the similarities between the documents [6]. In this paper we explore the use of a cellular automata (CA) to generate such maps of web pages.

Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.3.3 [Information Search and Retrieval]: Clustering General Terms: Algorithms.

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