Maybe you should consider writing a local proxy server.
All pages will go through this proxy and this can be easily
added to any kind of browser, not just IE.
The next thing to do is to add to all the pages a header (or top
frame). Of course this is supplied in the proxy code! In this top
frame you can add functionality for printing and adding to bookmarks!
to the proxy...
The proxy can register time spend at some site, simply
register the time until another site is entered or accessed. When
someone is browsing pages from the same baseurl, these pages
can be boosted, because apparently this site is of more use...
(similar idea to pagerank used by Google).
Well, I hope this helps.
BTW, will you submit your code to the Weka community?
Maurits van Wijland
PS. Search the SUN Java site, there is some example on
----- Original Message -----
From: "Syed M I Andrabi" <syedmi(a)andrabi.fsnet.co.uk>
Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 1:39 PM
Subject: [Wekalist] my project
I am doing a project on 'Personal Web-advisor' as part of my M.Sc degree
computer Science. My earlier degree, rather degrees
being in Linguistics,
do not know a great deal about java or programming as
such, although I am
getting a good hold on it feeling quite comfortable. I will be
Naive Bayesian Classifier in java to sort out
non-interesting web-sites/pages for me, and to begin with I have to
my system classified examples, say 200 visited
web-sites/pages, of which,
say, 130 are interesting and the rest non-interesting. My program(written
java) will not involve the user in learning(asking
him/her for the feed
back), but, as Henry Lieberman of Media Laboratory Massachusetts Institute
of Technology has done( 'Letizia: An Agent That Assists Web Browsing')
watch the user's browsing behaviour. I am using a
JApplet which asks the
user to enter the URL he/she wants to visit. Once URL is entered, my
through its getAppletContext method obtains a
reference to AppletContext
object, which using its showDocument method connects to internet and
displays the web page in the normal browser window (IE5.5, the one I use
my pc running Win98). My problem is that I fail to
understand how to
this browser window once this is up e.g how to
register mouselisteners and
actionlisteners on it. I fully control the applet, and can record all the
mouse movements there, but what I want is to monitor user behaviour once
web page is displayed in the browser window e.g I want
to know if the user
clicked the favourite button, whether he/she sent it for printing, how
time he/she spent on the page etc.etc.I could do this
once I know how
I refer to a window which I have not created by a
program(an AWT class
program), but which is already a System window. May be it is something
easy/trivial I am referring to, but that is where my
anybody help please, I will be grateful.
Thanks and regards
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