web glimpse

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

I see the web more explicitly split into the machine-friendly and human-friendly layers, whereas in-between an on-the-fly cross-referencing mechanism is in place. A searching session: a user sets some parameters for a web metric, thus tuning his subjective view of the web landscape (e.g. a metric for strong/weak concept relationship). After the user gets a […]

Diachronic publishing and the Octopus document

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

This piece was reachable on my website at a different URL, since 1999, but I just decided to move it here. **** Abstract (of a talk at IUK99), 1999, March 24 A possible way of maintaining validity and accessibility of references in an electronically published scientific document, is presented. A definition of Active Brokers Network, […]