Information Modeling for Internet Applications

Information Modeling for Internet Applications

Patrick van Bommel (University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Release Date: July, 2002|Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 358|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-050-9
ISBN13: 9781591400509|ISBN10: 1591400503|EISBN13: 9781591400943
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Information Modeling for Internet Applications considers the fundamentals of web site modeling. It gives theoretical background as well as practical modeling techniques, which assist in the planning and development of web sites, other collections of hyperdocument and web-based information systems in general. Besides the modeling of page structures, navigation paths, and presentation functions, this will help to perform a variety of additional tasks, such as adaptation to user groups.

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Patrick van Bommel received his master’s degree in Computer Science in 1990, and the degree of Ph.D from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, from the University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands in 1995. He is currently assistant professor at the University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He gives courses in information systems analysis and design, and he supervises a semi-commercial student software house. His main research interests include Information Modeling and Information Retrieval. In Information Modeling, he particularly deals with: modeling techniques for information systems, data models for hyperdocuments and web sites, equivalence and mapping of data models, the transformation of (conceptual) data models into implementations and the corresponding transformation of database populations, operations and constraints. In Information Retrieval his main research interests include: document data modeling, WWW based retrieval/filtering and document characterization languages.