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URN etd-0827108-162831 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3397 times. Download 1335 times. Author Yan-lun Peng Author's Email Address No Public. Department Information Management Year 2007 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 70 Title Applying the Concept of Content Syndication on the Presentation of Information Search Results Keyword Facet Content Syndication Visualization Visualization Content Syndication Facet Abstract Presentation of search results is gaining its importance because search engines used to response to a query with a large quantity of unorganized Web pages. Users are forced to analyze the search results with extra efforts. In this research we follow the concept of content syndication and apply the searching technology of facet-analysis method developed in the e-Detective system to represent the search result. Integrating with visualization technology, the presentation will differ from that of the single result of text-form statement. It allows the user to dig out easily the required documents and could provide much richer information. Basing on the former graph theory, we could add the facet concept to it; this will enable us to draw a graph model of this research on a plane surface. Making use of the visualization graph display, we could realize the connections among the documents and the concept set contained in each document. Besides, the same approach could be expanded to the applications of different subjects such as med-care, travel/tourism, academic teaching etc. to provide an added value of the information contents. Advisor Committee Patrick S.Chen - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2008-07-18 Date of Submission 2008-08-28