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Literature-based discovery on the World Wide Web
Michael Gordon, Robert K. Lindsay, Weiguo Fan
Previous research has shown that researchers can generate medical hypotheses by using computers to analyze several, seemingly unrelated, medical literatures. In this work we suggest broader application for the ideas of literature-based discovery....
The platform for privacy preference as a social protocol: An examination within the U.S. policy context
As a "social protocol" aimed at providing a technological means to address concerns over Internet privacy, the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) has been controversial since its announcement in 1997. In the U.S., critics have decried P3P as an...
Affinity-based management of main memory database clusters
We study management strategies for main memory database clusters that are interposed between Internet applications and back-end databases as content caches. The task of management is to allocate data across individual cache databases and to route...