Development of Collaborative Gathering Information System (CGIS) utilized by XML and Personalization
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Takamori, K. (2000). Development of Collaborative Gathering Information System (CGIS) utilized by XML and Personalization. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (pp. 832-833). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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With the spread of Internet and development of digitization, our circumference is filled with various information resources. Most of such information resources grow up as existence to give an important clue for learning, business and many problems we have in life every day. In fact, some companies adopt Groupware and EIP(Enterprise Information Portal) in order to share and learn business intelligence between many employees. The purpose of this study is to develop a system of sharing network information resources and promoting collaborative learning. This system, Collaborative Gathering Information System (CGIS), integrates various network information resources to XML and has some functions to reuse information gathered. Furthermore, by utilizing filtering collaborative technology it can distribute useful information that met profile of users.
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