Quotation Hubmann-Haidvogel, Alexander, Scharl, Arno, Weichselbraun, Albert. 2009. Multiple Coordinated Views for Searching and Navigating Web Content Repositories. Information Sciences 179 (12): 1813-1821.




The advantages and positive effects of multiple coordinated views on search performance have been documented in several studies. This paper describes the implementation of multiple coordinated views within the Media Watch on Climate Change, a domain-specific news aggregation portal available at www.ecoresearch.net/climate that combines a portfolio of semantic services with a visual information exploration and retrieval interface. The system builds contextualized information spaces by enriching the content repository with geospatial, semantic and temporal annotations, and by applying semi-automated ontology learning to create a controlled vocabulary for structuring the stored information. Portlets visualize the different dimensions of the contextualized information spaces, providing the user with multiple views on the latest news media coverage. Context information facilitates access to complex datasets and helps users navigate large repositories of Web documents. Currently, the system synchronizes information landscapes, domain ontologies, geographic maps, tag clouds and just-in-time information retrieval agents that suggest similar topics and nearby locations.


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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Journal article
Journal Information Sciences
Citation Index SCI
Language English
Title Multiple Coordinated Views for Searching and Navigating Web Content Repositories
Volume 179
Number 12
Year 2009
Page from 1813
Page to 1821
Reviewed? Y
URL http://eprints.weblyzard.com/8/


IDIOM - Information Diffusion Across Interactive Online Media
RAVEN - Relation Analysis and Visualization for Enterprise Networks
Hubmann-Haidvogel, Alexander (Former researcher)
Scharl, Arno (Former researcher)
Weichselbraun, Albert (Former researcher)
Institute for Data, Process and Knowledge Management (AE Polleres) (Details)
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