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A highly configurable query-oriented portal for a co-operative environment

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posted on 21.12.2007, 12:35 by Roger Stone
Web portals and “my” portals are now commonplace but they are constructed along familiar lines with hierarchical management structure. Typically one or more owners of data will allow a larger group of people to view data in rigid, pre-planned ways. Historically data on the web was presented on static pages. Nowadays the data is likely to be drawn from a database, but it still tends to be presented in a layout defined by the supplier. This suggests that it might be fruitful to consider what designs might be natural or possible in a cooperative, trusting, egalitarian environment. Although this ideal situation is rarely, if ever, truly found in real life it may be that some of the ideas will be appealing and find application even in an imperfect environment.

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  • Computer Science

Citation

STONE, R.G., 2007. A highly configurable query-oriented portal for a co-operative environment. IN: Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications

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© Centre for Applied Internet Research School of Computing and Communications Technology, Faculty of Business, Science and Technology University of Wales

Publication date

2007

Notes

This is a conference paper. This paper can also be found at: http://www.newi.ac.uk/computing/research/ita07/

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en