Web Information Systems Engineering, International Conference on (2000)
Hong Kong, China
June 19, 2000 to June 20, 2000
S. Cazalens , IRIN
E. Desmontils , IRIN
C. Jacquin , IRIN
P. Lamarre , IRIN
Bonom is a distributed agent based system to perform information retrieval on the Internet. The middle agents, which perform the matching between site agents (information providers) and user agents (requesters) are numerous, and can be world wide distributed. Moreover, the agents are structured into nested communities according to a hierarchy of information domains. This paper focuses on a web site indexing process, which uses disambiguated ontologies. It allows the site agent to know to which communities it has to subscribe to, in order to get requests it can accurately process.
S. Cazalens, E. Desmontils, C. Jacquin and P. Lamarre, "A Web Site Indexing Process for an Internet Information Retrieval Agent System," Web Information Systems Engineering, International Conference on(WISE), Hong Kong, China, 2000, pp. 0254.