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Evaluation of a Distribution-Based Web Page Classification

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Part of the Media Business and Innovation book series (MEDIA)

Abstract

Since the invention of the World Wide Web several approaches have been proposed that attempt to automatically classify Web pages. Often, these classifications are performed by relying on the textual content of a Web page, thus implementing various methods of text analysis. These can range from bag of words representations based on word frequencies to complex algorithms such as Support Vector Machines. In most cases, the structural information contained in the hypertext markup of Web pages is used as an additional input for the classification processes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Stuttgart Media UniversityStuttgartGermany

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