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Informace o knize
Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques

Barnes & Noble

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"Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques provides clarity to this often complicated issue. Covering a wide range of topics such as: basic perspectives on Web engineering, development methodologies for Web applications, Web metrics and quality models, Web resource management techniques and standards, maintenance and evolution methods for Web applications, and Web intelligence techniques and models, this book provides the necessary tools vital for organizations to utilize the full potential of Web engineering." Essential for both researchers and practitioners, Web Engineering: Principles and Techniques covers a wide range of topics vital to strengthening professional insights and capabilities within the field of Web engineering.

The 15 papers in this collection address the activities that support the complex lifecycle of large web applications and web projects, such as the maintenance process, quality assessment, web intelligence, and web resource management. The international ensemble of contributors propose a relationship analysis technique for designing navigational links, architectural metrics for internet businesses, an extensible rule markup language (XRML), and a customer analysis-based improvement methodology. Other topics include the web engineering resources portal (WEP), ontology-supported web content management, web cost estimation, and a web mining application for predicting interest rates. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Ch. I Web engineering : introduction and perspectives 1
Ch. II Web engineering resources portal (WEP) : a reference model and guide 31
Ch. III Web application development methodologies 76
Ch. IV Relationship analysis : a technique to enhance systems analysis for web development 97
Ch. V Engineering location-based services in the web 114
Ch. VI Architectural metrics for e-commerce : a balance between rigor and relevance 132
Ch. VII The eQual approach to the assessment of e-commerce quality : a longitudinal study of internet bookstores 161
Ch. VIII Web cost estimation : an introduction 182
Ch. IX Ontology-supported web content management 203
Ch. X Design principles and applications of XRML 224
Ch. XI Program transformations for web application restructuring 242
Ch. XII The requirements to methodologies for developing web applications 261
Ch. XIII A customer analysis-based methodology for improving web business systems 281
Ch. XIV Analysis and customization of web-based electronic catalogs 309
Ch. XV Data mining using qualitative information on the web 332

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