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Mining user's behavior using "crisp and fuzzy bags": a new perspective and new findings

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2 Author(s)
Meghabghab, G. ; Dept of Comput. Sci. Technol., Roane State, Oak Ridge, TN, USA ; Windham, D.

In all studies of user's behavior on searching the Web, researchers found that their search strategy or traversal process showed a pattern of moving back and forth between searching and browsing. The moving back and forth, including backtracking to a former Web page, constitute the measurable or physical states or actions that a user takes while searching the Web. The structure of a bag as a framework can help study the behavior of users and uncover some intrinsic properties about users. This study applies bags to user's mining of the Web.

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Fuzzy Information Processing Society, 2002. Proceedings. NAFIPS. 2002 Annual Meeting of the North American

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