WWW2002 CFP: Searching, Querying, Indexing, and Crawling Area
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Refereed Track CFP:
Searching, Querying, Indexing, and Crawling Area

Paper Submission deadline: November 13, 2001 closed
Author Notification: January 25, 2002
Final Paper Due: February 25, 2002

Please refer to main Call for Particiption web page for the
paper submission instructions
and further details about the technical program.

The web has quickly grown to become a critical information resource, with billions of pages made available by millions of different individuals. However, the decentralized nature of web growth has led to a heterogeneous information source with a perceived lack of structure and organization. Methods for searching, querying, indexing, and crawling the web are critical to the utility of the web and help to organize information, provide effective retrieval methods, and analyze web content and structure. Relevant topics include, but are not restricted to:

Searching, Querying, Indexing, and Crawling
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Last Reviewed: 4/17/02