Using Machine Learning to Enhance Software Tools for Internet Information Management

Claire L. Green and Peter Edwards

This paper discusses the issues involved in the application of machine learning techniques to the management of Internet-based information. We present a general architecture, and describe how this has been instantiated in several different applications. The first three of these systems provide assistance to a user sorting incoming mail, reading USENET news or identifying World-Wide Web pages of interest; the final system constructs a personalised on-line newspaper, assembled from documents gathered by a Web robot. A number of machine learning techniques have been used in the construction of these systems; some comparative results are presented.


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