Karen Witting's research while affiliated with IBM Research and other places

Publications (6)

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Remote health monitoring affords the possibility of improving the quality of health care by enabling relatively inexpensive out-patient care. However, remote health monitoring raises new a problem: the potential for data explosion in health care systems. To address this problem, the remote health monitoring systems must be integrated with analysis...
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This article presents a publishing system for efficiently creating dynamic Web content. Complex Web pages are constructed from simpler fragments. Fragments may recursively embed other fragments. Relationships between Web pages and fragments are represented by object dependence graphs. We present algorithms for efficiently detecting and updating Web...
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To support complex, rapidly changing, high-volume Web sites many components contribute to keeping the content current. Monitoring the workflow through all these components is a challenging task. This paper describes a system in which monitoring objects created by the various heterogeneous, distributed components are distributed to any application c...
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To support complex, rapidly changing, high-volume websites many components contribute to keeping the content current. Monitoring the workflow through all these components is a challenging task. This paper describes a system in which monitoring objects created by the various heterogeneous, distributed components are distributed to any application ch...
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This paper presents a publishing system for efficiently creating dynamic Web content. Complex Web pages are constructed from simpler fragments. Fragments may recursively embed other fragments. Relationships between Web pages and fragments are represented by object dependence graphs. We present algorithms for efficiently detecting and updating Web p...
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This paper presents a publishing system for efficiently creating dynamic Web content. Complex Web pages are constructed from simpler fragments. Fragments may recursively embed other fragments. Relationships between Web pages and fragments are represented by object dependence graphs. We present algorithms for efficiently detecting and updating Web p...

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... The nodes CE1, CE2 and CE3 correspond to the three root elements of the web pages. If we consider the connected subgraphs using these root elements as starting points, we obtain the content units of the three web pages: The use of this type of representation for the model of content units of web pages was suggested in [6] and they called it as Object Dependence Graph (ODG). Several research studies have used this type of models to represent the web pages or to solve their problematic [7]. ...
... As such, the discussion of works strictly related to clustering algorithms will be restricted to the relevant references that are present in the system description. It is important to discuss some of what has been done in the context of dynamic content web applications [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8], so as to better appreciate the contribution of the current work. A rather thorough study and comparison of load balancing and scheduling strategies, for the type of applications identified above, can be seen in the work of Amza et al. [9] . ...
... It is important to discuss some of what has been done in the context of dynamic content web applications [3][4][5][6][7][8], so as to better appreciate the contribution of the current work. A rather thorough study and comparison of load balancing and scheduling strategies, for the type of applications identified above, can be seen in the work of Amza et al. [9] . ...