Visual Web Engineering


The development of Web sites with complex interconnections of large number of Web pages so far has been largely an ad hoc process. There has been no commonly accepted methodology, which supports ease of design, navigation, and maintenance of sophisticated Web sites. As the number of Web sites is increasing in an exponential order, with the huge information space provided by the Web, users become increasingly confused when they navigate a growing number of Web sites; finding the right information also takes longer time. The problems are partially due to the unstructured nature of the current organization of Web sites. For example, in most of the existing Web browsers, the process of jumping from one location to another could easily confuse the user. The main reason for this is that the user does not know the current context of space with respect to the overall information space.


Graph Editor Reverse Engineer Graph Operation Focus Node Reverse Engineering Process 
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