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CS246: Web Information Systems. Junghoo “ John ” Cho Spring 2013. Course Information. Web page: http://oak.cs.ucla.edu/cs246/ Topic: Web information management Time: MW 2 :00 -- 3:50 p m Place: Boelter Hall 5264 Instructor: Junghoo “ John ” Cho office: 3732J Boelter Hall

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cs246 web information systems

CS246: Web Information Systems

Junghoo “John” Cho

Spring 2013

CS246 by John Cho

course information
Course Information
  • Web page: http://oak.cs.ucla.edu/cs246/
  • Topic: Web information management
  • Time: MW 2:00 -- 3:50 pm
  • Place: Boelter Hall 5264
  • Instructor: Junghoo “John” Cho
    • office: 3732J Boelter Hall
    • email: cho@cs.ucla.edu
      • please use subject “CS246: …”
    • office hours: Mon 10:30-11:30 am.

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who is this class for
Who is this class for?

Strong interest in research

Interest in Web information systems

Time commitment:

Around 2-3 papers every week

Typically one full day of paper reading

One indepedent project

Similar to paper writing

In fact we read papers from past student projects!

Or interesting application implementation

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today s topics
Today’s Topics
  • Overview of the course topics
  • Course logistics
    • Paper reading assignments
    • Class project

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prerequisite
Prerequisite
  • Introductory database, e.g., CS143
    • e.g.: query? SQL?
  • Basic algorithms and data structures
  • Basic probability and statistics
    • P(A|C), Bayes rule, …
  • Design and implementation experience
    • Basic C++
  • Quick test: Grab a sample paper
    • See if you can read, understand and build it

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tell us about you
Tell Us About You
  • Name
  • Department & Program
  • Before coming to UCLA
  • Brief history at UCLA
  • Technical/research interests
  • Expectation from the class

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information galore
Information Galore

Biblio sever

Legacy database

Plain text files

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central problem
Central Problem
  • How to manage/access information on the Web?
  • Three major approaches
    • Central indexing
      • E.g., Web search engine
    • Dynamic integration
      • E.g., comparison shopping services
    • Data extraction
      • E.g., spamming companies

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topic web search central indexing
Topic: Web Search (Central Indexing)

Central Index

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topic web search central indexing10
Topic: Web Search (Central Indexing)
  • Web: collection of passive HTML pages
    • Find Web pages relevant to a query
  • Traditional Information Retrieval:
    • Web = collection of HTML pages
    • HTML page = a bag of words
  • More than that?
    • Links, structure of the Web
    • User access patterns
    • HTML tags (markups)

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topic dynamic integration
Topic: Dynamic Integration

Amazon.com

Cars.com

401carfinder.com

Apartments.com

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topic dynamic integration12
Topic: Dynamic Integration

Mediator

Wrapper

Wrapper

Wrapper

Source 1

Source 2

Source n

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topic data extraction
Topic: Data Extraction

Structured data

WWW

Beatles $10

Madonna $20

NSync $20

  • How can we extract “structured data” from free text automatically?

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main course workload
Main Course Workload
  • Paper reading
      • Paper reading assignments
      • Class discussion
      • We mainly focus on “central indexing”
  • Independent projects

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high level goal
High-Level Goal
  • Learn core ideas and techniques
    • Some of the techniques can be useful for other fields
  • Learn how to read papers
  • Hopefully learn what it is like to do research
    • Sometimes very frustrating but often very rewarding

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paper reading
Paper Reading
  • Why:
    • Something that you will do all the time as a researcher
    • Learn to be critical and communicate well
    • Acquire knowledge to conduct research/project
  • About 20 papers from
    • Conferences: SIGMOD, VLDB, WWW, and …
  • Before the class:
    • Everyone: read and review the paper
  • During the class:
    • Instructor: present his own understanding and lead class discussion
    • Everyone: participate!!!

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how to get papers
How to Get Papers
  • From the class homepage
    • http://oak.cs.ucla.edu/cs246/
  • Some of the materials password protected
    • User name: cs246
    • Password: papers
  • Let me know if any problem

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how to read papers
How to Read Papers
  • Understand the “Big Picture”
  • What is the problem?
  • Why is it important?
  • Why is it difficult?
  • What has this paper done?
  • What others have done?

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paper reviews 1
Paper Reviews (1)
  • Due by the preceding Sunday
    • Submit through our Web submission interface on the class Web page
  • Required components: at most 3 paragraph
    • Summary (1 paragraph): your own words

This paper discusses how to optimize queries with...

    • Comments/criticisms (1-2 paragraphs): the good & the bad

It addresses a real problem and the solution is interesting …

But I feel the experiments are not realistic because...

  • Optional: questions, as many as you want

Why the authors assume that queries are independent?

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paper reviews 2
Paper Reviews (2)
  • May skip 3 paper summaries without penalty
  • Most reviews will get full score unless they are written extremely poorly
    • 10% Excellent
    • 80% Good
    • 10% Poor

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class project
Class Project
  • Why:
    • Work on a specific problem and learn to find a solution
  • 40% of the class
  • Team of up to 3
  • Topic: any problem related to the general problem
  • Open style
    • Rigorous study of a research problem or
    • Any interesting system implementation

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class project schedule
Class Project Schedule
  • Important Milestones
    • Group formation: 4/10 (2nd week Wed)
    • Project proposal: 4/21 (3rd week Sun)
    • Project progress: 5/08 (6th week Wed)
    • Final report: 5/22 (8th week Sun)
    • Project presentation: 9th and 10th weeks
  • You are responsible to stay on track
  • Make appointments with instructor as needed

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project please remember
Project: Please Remember
  • Put your aims high and be realistic
  • Expect to read at least 4-5 papers along the way
  • Start early
    • Don’t do it right before the deadline
    • Always unexpected obstacles
    • Most students could not finish in previous quarters
      • Please, please start early
  • You are responsible to be on track

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grading
Grading
  • Midterm: 40%
  • Paper reviews: 20%
  • Project: 40%

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announcements
Announcements
  • First review due Sunday 4/07
    • Three papers for class 3 and 4
      • The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual …
      • Authoratative sources in a hyperlinked environment
      • Indexing by Latent Semantic Analysis

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