CoC Celebrates “Best Paper Award” at the World Wide Web 2004 Conference

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"Automatic Detection of Fragments in Dynamically Generated Web Pages," a paper by CoC Associate Professor Ling Liu, CoC Ph.D. student Lakshmish Ramaswamy, and IBM collaborators Arun Iyengar and Fred Douglis won the Best Paper Award from the World Wide Web 2004 Conference held in New York.

The College of Computing (CoC) is very pleased to report that "Automatic Detection of Fragments in Dynamically Generated Web Pages," a paper by CoC Associate Professor Ling Liu, CoC Ph.D. student Lakshmish Ramaswamy, and IBM collaborators Arun Iyengar and Fred Douglis won the Best Paper Award from the World Wide Web 2004 Conference held in New York (May 17-21, 2004).

WWW 2004 is a highly competitive conference with over 1,000 attendees. The paper was selected from an initial list of 506 submissions for the Refereed Research Papers Track, and the “Best Paper Award” was presented at the closing ceremony on Friday of May 21. For more information, visit http://www.www2004.org/awards.htm

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  • Created On: Feb 9, 2010 - 4:53pm
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