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International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology

 

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Regular Issues

 

  • The Employee Factor: Perspectives on Implementing Enterprise Social Software
    by Dania Radi, Stephan Schlögl, Clint Leahr, Reinhard C. Bernsteiner 

  • Knowledge Management in Organizations: Mapping the research literature
    by Bojan Žlahtič, Peter Kokol, Milan Zorman, Vili Podgorelec, Grega Žlahtič 

  • Web Navigation Prediction using Markov-based Models: An Experimental Study
    by Honey Jindal, Neetu Sardana 
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  • Revealing academic web interlinking motives through webometrics and statistical techniques: Nigerian university websites as a case study
    by Anthony M. Nwohiri, Andrey A. Pechnikov 

  • Reference Software Architecture for improving modifiability of Personalized Web Applications - A controlled experiment
    by Luz-Viviana Cobaleda, Raúl Mazo, Jorge-Luís Risco, John-Freddy Duitama