Enhanced Web History with Page Appearance
|OY³ì||Motoki Miura||k¤æ[ÈwZpåw@åw@m¯Èw¤È||School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology|
| ¡i||Susumu Kunifuji||k¤æ[ÈwZpåw@åw@m¯Èw¤È||School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology|
|²¡Èá||Shoto Sato||}gåwåw@@Hw¤È||Master's Program in Science and Engineering, University of Tsukuba|
|cñY||Jiro Tanaka||}gåwåw@@VXeîñHw¤È||Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba|
We propose a method to enhance web browsing history by considering ``page appearance.'' The page appearance represents properties of web browser window such as size, location, z-order, activated status, and so on. We consider the page appearance can be utilized for both estimating importance of web page and extracting tacit relationship between pages. Using the appearance, users can extract pages which are only visited once but practically used. We developed a logger and a viewer to introduce our method. The tools help users to find informative pages previously visited. We concluded that ``visit count'' was short for efficient re-visitation by preliminary experiment.
Web Browsing Interface, History, Page Appearance, Duration