RU2406129C2 - Association of information with electronic document - Google Patents

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RU2406129C2
RU2406129C2 RU2007139524/08A RU2007139524A RU2406129C2 RU 2406129 C2 RU2406129 C2 RU 2406129C2 RU 2007139524/08 A RU2007139524/08 A RU 2007139524/08A RU 2007139524 A RU2007139524 A RU 2007139524A RU 2406129 C2 RU2406129 C2 RU 2406129C2
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Abstract

FIELD: information technology.
SUBSTANCE: system for linking information has a linking module which uses binding information to link a first portion of information to a second portion of information, whereby the second portion of information is not part of the first portion of information. The system also has a delivering module which delivers the second portion of information for use.
EFFECT: possibility of merging information from different services logically and intelligently.
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State of the art

The Internet has evolved into a communications platform that can provide a variety of information-based services. One of the most popular such services is the provision of electronic documents built using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). These documents are commonly referred to as Web pages and they are accessible from computational locations or sites in the logical segment of the Internet, commonly referred to as the World Wide Web or simply “The Web”. The information available on these Web sites and servers is usually accessed through the use of a Web browser on a remote computer. For example, a user can launch a Web browser and access the Web site by entering the Unified Resource Locator (URL, URL) of the Web site in the address field of the Web browser and pressing the Enter key on the keyboard or clicking (“click”) mouse click. A URL typically includes three pieces of information that provide access: a protocol indicator that defines a set of rules or standards for exchanging information over computer communications, a domain name that is often based on the name of the organization that maintains the Website, and the path to the desired document inside the domain. Standard Web browsers can use the information included in the URL to establish communication with the Web server and receive information from this Web server.

In addition to Web sites and Web pages, other types of services are available. Among these services are e-mail, instant messaging, chat services, audio or video services and other information services. As a rule, each service available on the Internet exists in isolation from other services. For example, a user can access the Website using a Web browser, but must open an audio (audio) application in order to access audio information as a separate service. Additionally, the user may have to open a third application in order to access the chat service and a fourth application in order to access the messaging service.

As a rule, although the information content for each type of service exists in isolation from other services, such information can be logically connected in many different ways. For example, information may be logically related in the sense that information available from each of the services may refer to information available from the other of the services. In addition, information from more than one available service may be related thematically, come from the same source, or may be related in some other way. Existing systems are not able to provide any opportunity to combine information from various services in logical and meaningful ways.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The following is a simplified summary of the invention, to provide an understanding of its fundamentals and details of a higher level. This presentation is not a detailed review. It is not intended to identify key or critical elements, nor to determine the scope of the invention. The sole purpose of this review is to present some concepts in a simplified form, as a preparation for the more detailed description presented below. Additionally, the used section headings are provided for convenience only and should not be construed as limitations.

The provisioning module may receive information, such as Web pages, from an information source using the network. The associative module can analyze this information and use the results of its analysis to identify and identify key or important pieces of information. This information, among other types, can be used as a binding for linking other information in addition to the original information. Additional information may be provided to the user.

Based on the analysis of the content of the information received by the user, for example, the content of the Web page, the user can be provided with many additional types of information or information services. The contents of online magazines that are related to or link to the Web page currently being viewed by the user may be presented along with the currently viewed Web page. Possible types of content that may be presented may include advertising-based content and content created by other visitors to the Website, such as notes, comments, ratings, and reviews. In addition, one or more hyperlinks from a Web page that refers to the current Web page may be submitted. Additionally, services can be provided, such as automatically connecting to relevant discussion groups and thematic related page searches.

Disclosed and described components and methods contain a number of features described below and specifically indicated in the claims. The following description and the annexed drawings in detail disclose certain exemplary components and methods. However, these components and methods reflect only a few of the various ways in which the disclosed components and methods can be implemented. Specific embodiments of the disclosed and described components and methods may include some, many or all of such components and methods, as well as their equivalents. Changes in specific embodiments and examples provided herein are apparent from the following detailed description taken in conjunction with the drawings.

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Figure 1 is a system block diagram of an associative information system;

Figure 2 is a structural diagram of a note;

Figure 3 is a system block diagram of an associative information system;

Figure 4 is a system block diagram of an associative information system;

5 is a system block diagram of an associative information system;

6 is a system block diagram of an associative information system;

7 is a system block diagram of a system for providing additional content;

8 is a diagram of an exemplary user interface;

Fig. 9 is a flowchart representing a general processing scheme for a method that can be used in accordance with the components that are disclosed and described in the present materials;

10 is a flowchart representing an overall processing diagram of a method that can be used in accordance with the components that are disclosed and described in the present materials;

11 is a flowchart representing a general processing diagram of a method that can be used in accordance with the components that are disclosed and described in the present materials;

12 is a flowchart representing a general processing scheme for a method that can be used in accordance with the components that are disclosed and described in the present materials;

13 is an exemplary network environment;

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The terms “component”, “system”, “module”, etc., used in these materials. relate to computing (computer) objects, such as hardware, software (including during execution) and / or embedded software. For example, a component may be a process executable on a processor, a processor, an object, an executable object, a program, and / or a computer. In addition, both the application running on the server and the server itself can be components. One or more components may be located within the process, and the component may be localized on one computer and / or distributed between two or more computers.

The disclosed components and methods are described with reference to the drawings, the same reference numbers being used to indicate the same elements. In the following description, for purposes of explanation, numerous specific details have been used to provide a thorough understanding of the disclosed subject matter. It is obvious, however, that some of these specific details may be omitted or combined with others in a particular embodiment. In other cases, certain structures and devices are shown in block diagram form in order to facilitate description. Additionally, although certain examples presented may use terminology that is related to the client-server architecture or may even be examples of client-server executions, it is obvious to those skilled in the art that the roles of the client and server can be mutually changed and that The components and methods disclosed and described are not limited to the client-server architecture and can be easily adapted for use in another architecture, in particular including peer-to-peer connection architectures overt peer (P2P), without departing from the spirit and scope of the disclosed and described components and methods. In addition, it should be noted that although certain examples presented here include or refer to specific components, the execution of the components and methods disclosed and described in these materials is not necessarily limited to these specific components and can also be used in other contexts.

It is also obvious that, although certain examples presented may describe or present systems or methods that are based on personal computer components, the use of the components and methods disclosed and described in these materials is not limited to this area. For example, the components and methods disclosed and described may be used in a networked or distributed computing environment. Additionally or alternatively, the disclosed and described components and methods can be used on a single server accessed by multiple clients. For specialists in the art it is obvious that the disclosed and described components and methods can be used to create other components and perform other methods on a wide variety of computing devices.

1 is a structural diagram of an interactive information system 100. The interactive information system 100 includes a presentation component 110 that can receive information from the primary information storage means 120. The presentation component 110 may be a Web browser or other component that is configured to receive and present information. More specifically, the submission component 110 may be a standalone application that may be launched and used by a user or may be a module that is designed to be used in conjunction with another component, such as an HTML submission facility for an email application or other such component. The rendering component 110 may present the obtained information to the user on a visual display means or some other human-computer interface, such as an interface for the Braille system (for the blind), among others.

The primary information storage means 120 may be a database, an intranet, the World Wide Web, the Internet, a file exchanger, or some other information sources, specifically including a source of information to which remote access is provided. The information included in the primary information storage means 120 may depend on a particular embodiment of the primary information storage means 120, but, as a rule, may include any information in electronic or computer readable form. More specifically, the information stored in the primary information storage medium may include Web pages from the Internet or an intranet, text documents of various formats, graphic information, audio information, video information, multimedia information and information in other suitable forms.

The connecting plug-in 130 may interact with the providing component 110 and the primary information storage means 120 to obtain information that the providing component 110 may present to the user. Additionally or alternatively, the interactive plug-in 130 may receive additional information from another information source, such as secondary information storage means 140. The secondary information storage means 140 can be applied in much the same way as the primary information storage means 120, and may include, but are not limited to, the same types of information. More specifically, secondary information storage means 140 may include notes, documents such as Web pages, intranet pages, text documents of various formats, graphic or audio information, search related information, including search terms or results, and access to search machines, content from wikis, Web registrations (blogs), RSS or other news feeds, chat content, including notification-based chat content, instant message information, including messages or usernames Atels, tags, inbound links, outbound links and any other information that may be stored or presented in electronic or machine-readable format.

The information included in the secondary information storage means 140 may be created by the secondary content creation module 150. For specialists in the art based on the present description, it is obvious that the execution details of the secondary content creation module 150 may vary depending on the specific type of information that will be created for use by the secondary information storage means 140. More specifically, depending on such content, the secondary content creation module 150 may be a word processor, word processor, spreadsheet program, slide or presentation program, web page editor, graphic program, sound program, network logging tool (a blog), a chat program, instant messaging program, or some other suitable component, specifically including a combination of some or all of the preceding examples.

The connecting plug-in 130 may correlate or associate information from the secondary information storage means 140 with the information originally obtained from the primary information storage means 120 for display by the presentation component 110. More specifically, additional information from the secondary information storage means 140 may be associated with information from the primary information storage means 120. Such binding or binding can be accomplished in a variety of different ways. For example, a domain name, such as a tld domain-name example associated with a Web page, can be used as a binding for a portion of information from the secondary information storage means 140. Similarly, a fully or partially defined unified resource locator (URL, URL) can be used as a binding, including the corresponding URL of the Web page that is currently being accessed or has been accessed before. Other possible bindings include, but are not limited to, locations of files or file exchangers, or other remote locations, keywords included in contents from primary information storage means 120, or form data, among others.

In one example, the information from the secondary information storage means 140 may be a note that includes some text. A note can be linked to a Web page by linking the note to the URL of the Web page. A note can also be attached to a piece of form data. For example, if the form data is a zip code, a note may appear whenever a user enters this zip code into the form. As another example, a note can be tied to specific keywords. When the user views the information from the primary information storage means 120, which includes such keywords, the note can be displayed to the user by the presentation component 110. The note may be replaced by any content from the secondary information storage means 140. In general, any content from the secondary information storage means 140 may be linked, by using any appropriate binding, to any content from the primary information storage means 120 in any appropriate combination.

It should be noted that, although the additional information may be tied to or related to information obtained initially, the content of the additional information does not have to relate to the content included in the originally obtained information. For example, the information originally obtained may be a Web page about computer programming languages, and the additional information may be a link to a search engine. In this example, the link to the search engine has nothing to do with the content of the Web page. Many other types of additional content or additional functions can be used or can be provided through a connecting plug-in 130.

The following is an example based on Web pages. Presentation component 110 may find a Web page in primary information storage means 120. The web page may be presented to the user by the submission component 110. The linking plug-in 130 may analyze the Web page to determine which content of the Web page is important. Many different approaches can be used to analyze a web page. Among these approaches, there is technology for creating a list of terms that are included in a web page, and using the term frequency algorithm - the inverse frequency of the document (TF-IDF algorithm) to create a probabilistic overview of the contents of the web page. The linking plug-in 130 may use the contents of the Web page to identify other content that will be presented to the user. This other content may include, but is not limited to, content from interactive discussion groups organized by topics related to the Web page, content of weblog entries (blogs) or RSS, or other news feeds that relate to the Web page or which specifically referred to the Web page, hyperlinks from other pages that specifically point to the Web page, access to the search engine, an advertising message that is associated with the contents of the Web page, or content in the form of comments made In other visitors to the web page.

The connecting plug-in 130 can be implemented in a variety of different ways, which can depend to a large extent on the particular implementation of the provision component 110, among other factors that will be readily apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art after reviewing these materials. In one exemplary embodiment, the linking plug-in 130 may be executable code that runs in an insert or similar area of a window or Web browser. The linking plug-in 130 may also be a stand-alone application or other suitable executable code. The linking plug-in 130 may be a note component that provides the user with the ability to post a notification that may be associated with a specific URL.

A notice may be informational in nature, including such things as a hyperlink to related objects, information regarding products or services that are similar to products or services mentioned on a Web page, or other information. The notice can also be organizational in the sense that the notice can be used to organize personal notes through URLs, such as notes on research materials on a particular homepage. Social notification applications are also possible when using the notification to post a message to another user who is visiting the URL that the notification is associated with. The message may be intended for another person who will participate in the event, another person with interests that are similar to the interests of the creator of the message, part of the discussion regarding the topic of the Web page, or any other type of message. The notice may also serve an entertaining purpose, such as presenting a humorous message, or be part of an online game.

2 is a block diagram of a note 200. Note 200 may be used by a connecting plug-in, such as a connecting plug-in 130 in FIG. 1, to transmit information that may be associated with some on-line content. More specifically, the information to be transmitted may include any of the types of information previously disclosed and described with reference to FIG.

Note 200 may include many fields. The binding field 210 may include information that can be used to link the contents of note 200 to the location of the information. The information in the binding field 210 may include a URL, a domain name, or a root domain, among other location identifiers. The binding field 210 may be used to describe any appropriate binding, in particular including the types of bindings previously disclosed and described with reference to FIG. The binding field 210 may be used to associate content that may be used by the binding plug-in with a location of information.

Based on the type of binding and other factors, note 200 may include a variety of fields. Keyword field 220 may include keywords that are relevant to the content and can be used for indexing or search tasks. The content key field 230 may include some keywords or phrases that can be used to locate content, such as a Web page that includes information in or corresponding to the content key field 230. The form data field 240 may include information that can be used to search for similar information in the forms. The form data field may also include form information, such as one or more form field names, to ensure that the form field matches the value for that field.

The scope field 250 may include information regarding the level at which the note may be distributed, such as note 200. For example, the scope field 250 may indicate that the note 200 is private and should be visible only to its creator. Field 250 may also indicate that group access is allowed for members of a particular group or groups. These groups can be determined based on some criteria or may include pre-selected members, among other ways of determining participation (membership). Additionally, open access can be indicated by information in the field 250 of the scope so that the note 200 can be viewed by anyone.

Note 200 may also include a type field 260. The information in type field 260 can be used to identify different types of notes. For example, various types may include simple text boxes, pictures, discussion threads, or user-defined types, among others. Different types of notes can be displayed to the user in various ways, to provide visual cues regarding a specific, non-represented type. It should be noted that the presence of these fields can provide the user with the ability to filter notes based on personal preferences. Additionally, a note, such as note 200, may be static in the sense that its contents may be unchanged or may be dynamic. A dynamic note, for example, may request updated information from the server each time a dynamic note is activated.

In another exemplary embodiment, the user can specify a content provider, such as note 200, from which the user wishes to receive content. The user can also determine the region within which such content can be displayed. One possible way to define such an area is to provide a graphical tool that the user can place in the sidebar of a Web browser window. The user can also choose from among other possible options, such as closing notes, automatically updating the contents of notes, providing marked subpanels with notes that can categorize information, associate a note with one or more bindings, set an expiration date, limit the distribution of the note, and anonymously create notes among other things.

The perceived usefulness of a note can be subordinated to the effect of the network, where the importance of the note system increases with the number of users. To provide some initial relevance, a variety of technologies can be used to initialize a note system. For example, a note can be distributed across a URL. Notes can also provide automatic annotation of Web sites, blogs, network conferences, and discussion forums, among others. Dynamic notes and other content windows can provide easy flow of content. Scripting sites can also be created that represent uses for notes. Additionally, an application programming interface (API) can be provided for notes to encourage developers to create their own notes. Search functions for notes can also increase their usefulness. Prizes may be awarded to note users to encourage additional use. In addition, users can use popular Web sites to promote installation and further use of notes. At least some of these popular Web sites may be formally involved in promoting the use of notes. In addition, certain content can only be provided by using notes so that the installation of note components may be required to provide access to that content.

Notes can also be subjected to filtering and ranking functions. Organizing notes can be done in accordance with a variety of trusting concepts of social networking or global networking. A note that is tied to a specific URL can be ranked more (or less) high compared to a note that is simply tied to a domain name. The ranking functions can also be applied based on at least one or more factors, such as the scope of the note, the author of the note, the date the note was created, the user’s preference profile, filter function, link analysis, feedback for the note, such as score or whether the note was closed by the user, and thresholds for ranking the note, among others.

Privacy issues when using notes can be addressed in a variety of ways. For example, a component may require multiple notes from various URLs to hide identifying information for a note that is actually desirable. This technology can be used in combination with a prefetch scheme. A one-way hashed URL for a note can be created and sent to the server instead of a clear text request. Additionally or alternatively, an intermediate server can be used to hide the identity of the user requesting a particular note.

Along with notes, the dialog component can be a network chat component that can take into account dynamic chat sessions between users. Such chat sessions can also be tied to a URL or domain name, among others. Chat sessions can also be linked to more than one site to provide a more varied discussion. Such chat sessions can also be based on notifications so that the user can be notified when another user arrives at a particular site and wishes to participate in a chat session with other users. Other network applications may also be implemented, such as a list component that provides a list of Web pages that link to the Web page in question, a page summary component that summarizes the content of the Web page currently under review, and a search component that provides links to search terms performed by a search engine that often appear on a Web page, among others.

3 is a system block diagram of an associative information system 300. The associative information system 300 includes a provision component 310 and an associative plug-in component 320. As in the previous examples, the associative plug-in component 320 may be a stand-alone application, may be a plug-in part of another application or may be some other suitable executable code. The provisioning component 310 may access the information content of the network 330. The network 330 may be the Internet, the World Wide Web, an intranet, or another suitable network or information source.

The associative plug-in 320 may access and analyze the content that the presentation component 310 has found on the network 330. To analyze the content, the associative plug-in 320 may use any suitable approach, including one of the approaches disclosed with reference to other drawings. The associative plug-in 320 may then connect to the chat server 340 to establish a session in a discussion group that is organized on a topic related to information content.

For example, in operation, the submission component 310 may receive a Web page from the World Wide Web. The associative plug-in 320 may then analyze the contents of the Web page to determine the subject of the Web page. The associative plug-in 320 may then connect to the chat server 340 to locate the discussion group that is associated with the subject of the Web page. The user can then participate in the discussion in the discussion group while continuing to browse the Web page.

4 is a system block diagram of an associative information system 400. The associative information system 400 includes a presentation component 410 and an associative component 420. The presentation component 410 may be a Web browser or other suitable component that is configured to receive and provide information. The provisioning component 410 may access information available over the network 430 and transmit this information to the associative component 420.

The associative component 420 can analyze the information that it receives from the provision component 410 and use this information to obtain additional content from the network log (blog) data storage 440. The weblog (blog) data storage 440 may include information about weblog (blog) entries and cross-referencing from weblog (blog) entries to Web sites. A cross-link can be created for an entry in a weblog (blog) that is related to the same or similar topic as the theme of the Website. A cross reference can also be created for an entry in a weblog (blog) that specifically refers to the Website. Other cross-references may also be created.

During use, the provisioning component 410 accesses a piece of information on the network 430 and provides this information for presentation to the user. Associative component 420 analyzes a portion of the information provided to distinguish between a general topic of information or another topic related to the content. Associative component 420 accesses a weblog (blog) data storage 440 to locate weblog (blog) entries that are cross-referenced from information that has been provided by the submission component 410. Associative component 420 may then cause the presentation of these network log entries to the user, while the user is still viewing the information.

Instead or in addition to writing a weblog (blog), information about a product or service that is related to the subject of a Web page may be provided. Such information may exist in the form of user reviews, or may be an advertisement for the provider of the product or service as such. Such an advertisement may be triggered by using keywords from information already found by the provision component 410. Therefore, ads can be targeted to users who are most likely to respond to such ads. Additionally or alternatively, the user can subscribe to content updates to have a variety of events, such as content replenishment, and the server as a launch tool will cause the update operation to automatically occur.

One possible implementation includes a sidebar component that can provide a contextual intelligent search application. This search application can access the contents of a Web page that is viewed by the user and calculates the importance of various terms on this Web page, for example, when using an algorithm such as the term frequency-reverse frequency document (TF-IDF) algorithm. When submitting a query using the search application, the user may receive query results that are biased in favor of results having content similar to the content being viewed.

5 is a system block diagram of an associative information system 500. The associative information system 500 includes a submission module 510 and an associative module 520. The submission module 510 can search and present information from the World Wide Web 530. The associative module 520 can access information found module 510 provision, and analyze it in any previously described manner. Associative module 520 can then use the results of such an analysis to access search server 540. Search server 540 can provide results that respond to a search query and that are biased towards concepts present in information from the World Wide Web.

For example, submission module 510 may obtain a Web page for a user. Associative Module 520 may then analyze the contents of this Web page to identify keywords or important concepts. The user can then search for additional information. Associative Module 520 may use keywords or descriptors (descriptors) of concepts that it received from a Web page to supplement a search query entered by a user. Search server 540 will use augmented search to retrieve response information. Search results may be biased in favor of those Web pages that are similar to the Web page originally received by the submission module 510, or contain concepts similar to those contained therein.

6 is a system block diagram of an associative information system 600. The associative information system 600 includes a submission component 610 that can access Web pages on the network 630. An associative component 620 can access a Web page from the submission component 610 and analyze its contents. Such an analysis may be performed in accordance with any of the procedures described previously. Associative component 620 may then use its analysis results to access the context server 640 to obtain additional content.

Context server 640 may access a visitor content data storage 650, which may have content, such as user comments, ratings, rankings, feedback, or other content that relates to a Web page received by the submission component 610. Context server 640 may then send such content to associative component 620 for presentation to the user. Thus, the user can access information from other visitors to the Web page and receive opinions from these users regarding the Web page.

Many different types of information can be generated that relate to a Web page created by other users or browsing the Web page. This content may include notes and chat sessions, such as previously disclosed or described with reference to other drawings. Such content may also include backlinks, context-specific or context-aware search functions, Weblog (blog) newsletters, and ranking functions, among others. It should be noted that any of these types of content may be associated with a location, such as an URL or domain name, as disclosed or described previously. Such a binding may allow the association of content with a Website that is supported by a party other than the party that supports the Website with which it is linked or linked.

One type of content that can be created by a user of the Website is a tag. The tag may be a user-generated annotation that may refer to the Website or some other information of interest to the creating user. For example, a user may create a tag that includes a short descriptive phrase associated with the Website. Additionally or alternatively, a site rating, such as multiple star ratings, or simply thumb-up, thumb-down, may be provided. The rating may be applied to the Website directly or to a product or service offered on the Website, among other things. A link to the same or similar Website may also be provided, including advertising links. Other types of content may also be added. Additionally, tags can be ranked according to various attributes and can also be used to rank the Web pages with which these tags are associated.

7 is a structural diagram of a system 700 for providing additional content. The additional content providing system 700 may be used to maintain various types of additional content components, especially those types of components that have been previously disclosed or described with reference to other drawings, such as notes, chat components, and tags, among others. More specifically, a wide variety of third-party content can be provided to supplement content from the Website. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art from the present materials that not all of the components disclosed or described with reference to FIG. 7 will be necessary in each design. For example, privacy-related or advertising-related components may be made optional.

The additional content providing system 700 includes a client user interface 710. The client user interface 710 may be a Web browser or another type of user interface in which it is possible to receive information and present this information to the user. More specifically, the client user interface 710 can be a plug-in that can be displayed to the user in conjunction with the primary content that can be presented by another component, such as a Web browser, in certain implementations. The connectivity of the client user interface 710 allows developers to add support for various types of content that may be associated with the primary content, in any of the ways disclosed or described with reference to other drawings.

The user client interface 710 may interact with a third party content provider 715. Third party content provider 715 may provide informational content such as notes, documents such as Web pages, intranet pages, text documents of various formats, graphic or audio information related to search information, including search terms or results, and access to search engines, materials from wikis, online magazines (blogs), RSS or other news feeds, chat content that includes chat content based on notifications, instant message information, vk containing messages or user names, tags, input links, output links and any other information that can be stored or presented in electronic or machine-readable format, or another type of information to the user, using an appropriate means of communication that can be supported by the client interface 710 users. A separate advertising interface 720 may provide a platform for advertisers to create or provide advertising that will be presented to the user. Advertising interface 720 may be a Web browser window or other other suitable interface. The specific features of the advertising interface depend to a large extent on the details of a particular implementation, as well as on the desired level of access that will be provided to the advertiser.

The client user interface 710 may send requests for various types of information through the privacy protection service 725. These requests may be requests for content that is associated with or linked to content provided by third party content providers 715. The privacy protection service 725 may act to protect the identity or other privacy-related information of a user submitting information requests. This protection can be achieved by hiding the genuine user request by including the request in a group of "dummy" requests. Additionally or alternatively, other technologies may be used, in particular including the use of hashing or other encryption functions to encode information requests, or the use of various anonymity functions.

The privacy protection service 725 may send information requests and receive information from the information providing system 730. The information providing system 730 may include a variety of components that can facilitate the creation of and access to additional information. This additional information may be created manually by the user, may be created automatically by a scripting program or a functional software module, such as a Web search agent, or may be otherwise configured to create content for the user.

The information providing system 730 includes sampling means 735. The sampler 735 may receive a request for information, which may include a URL, a domain name or other appropriate identifier, from the client user interface 710. The sampler 735 may use a request from the client user interface 710 to obtain information from other components. More specifically, the fetching tool 735 can obtain a set of preferences for the requesting user from the set of user preferences 740. The fetching tool 735 can use any received user preferences to organize the information that should be provided to the client user interface 710 in accordance with the individual wishes of the requesting user.

Sampler 735 may receive content from the content data store 745. The content data storage 745 may be a database, a Web service, or some other appropriate data storage. Content that may be included in the content data storage 745 may include user-generated content from the user content recording means 750. The user content recording means 750 may provide a means by which user-created content can be added to the content data storage 745. This tool may be a web form or other Web service, among other things. The content data storage 745 may also include content from a non-user content module 755. Non-user content module 755 may include such things as, but not limited to, scripting programs, search network agents, and tags.

The sampler 735 may also receive advertising information from the storage 760 of advertising data. Storage 760 of advertising data may include advertising content, including graphic, audio and video content, from the module 765 of the acquisition of advertising. Advertisers using the advertising user interface 720 may buy or otherwise be able to place advertisements in the information providing system 730 using the advertisement acquisition module 765. The advertisement acquisition module 765 may access user models 770 to provide advertisers with a choice of one or more user models to be used in targeting the advertisement to users.

The ranking and filtering module 775 can receive content from the sampler 735 and modify the content in accordance with user preferences 740 and user feedback 780. User feedback 780 can be created by the user of the user client interface 710 and can be used to configure the content before providing the content client interface 710 user. The modified content may be provided by the client client interface 710 by a ranking and filtering module 775.

The content data storage 745 may also generate a notification 785 that can be sent to the client client interface 710. The user of the client user interface 710 can subscribe to such notifications that can be used to trigger requests for information from the client user interface 710. The content data storage 745 may generate an event when the contents included are modified. This event may trigger the generation of notification 785. The notification 785 may be sent to the client user interface 710, which may use the notification as a triggering event to request new or updated content from the information providing system 730.

Various components of the information providing system 730 may use artificial intelligence-based components to provide system functionality. For example, ranking and filtering module 775 may use classifiers to rank content intended to provide a client user interface 710. In addition, for example, ad acquisition module 765 may use artificial intelligence-based components to match user models 770 to users in desired demographic target groups.

The components disclosed and described, for example, in connection with the previously mentioned tasks of ensuring compliance or inference, among other things, can use various artificial intelligence-based schemes to perform various tasks. For example, demographic matching or ranking of content according to user feedback or preference may be performed by a neural network, an expert system, a rule-based processing component, or an auxiliary vector machine.

The classifier is a function that displays the vector of input attributes, X = (x 1 , x 2 , x 3 , x 4 ... x n ), if it is reliable that the input belongs to the class, that is, f (X) = confidence (class) . Such a classification can use probabilistic and / or statistical analysis (for example, decomposing it into utility and cost) to predict or infer the action that the user wants to be automatically performed. In the case of a content providing system, for example, attributes of a reference set of information, such as user preferences, for use in a comparison, can be used to determine whether the attributes of a portion of the content can be considered consistent with user preferences.

An auxiliary vector machine (VVM, SVM) is an example of a classifier that can be used. VVM works by finding a hypersurface in the space of possible inputs; such a hypersurface serves as an attempt to separate triggering criteria from non-triggering events. Intuitively, this makes the classification correct for validating data that is close but not identical to training data. Other direct or indirect approaches to classifying the model can be used, including, for example, Bayes simple, Bayesian networks, decision trees, and probabilistic classification models providing various independence structures. Classification as used in this decision also includes statistical regression, which is used to develop priority models.

It is obvious from the present description that the components disclosed or described in it can use classifiers that are trained both explicitly (for example, generic training data) and implicitly (for example, by observing user behavior, obtaining external information). For example, the VVM is configured through a training or training phase in the classifier constructor and feature selection module. Thus, the classifier (s) can be used to automatically perform many functions, including the matching and ranking functions, but not limited to them.

In operation, the additional content providing system 700 may function as follows. A user may use the client user interface 710 to obtain a Web page. A web page may be provided over a network connection, such as a LAN, WAN, intranet or the Internet, among others. The user client interface 710 may use a binding scheme, such as any of the binding schemes disclosed or described in these materials, to identify additional content received from a third-party content provider 715. Based on the binding, the client user interface 710 may request additional content from the information providing system 730. This additional content may be notes, discussion group links, tags, advertisements, or any combination thereof, among other things.

The client user interface sends its request to the privacy protection service 725. This request may be triggered by notification 785. The privacy protection service 725 makes the request anonymous by cleaning out any personally identifiable information from the request and sends the request to the fetching tool 735. Additionally or alternatively, the privacy protection service 725 may include the request in a group of dummy requests to hide the true request from anyone who can control the requests.

The selector 735 obtains user preferences (which may also be anonymous) from user preferences 740 and uses these preferences to retrieve content from the content data store 745 and advertisements from the advertising data store 760. The selection engine sends the content and advertising to the ranking and filtering module 775, which evaluates and filtering the content and advertising in accordance with user preferences 740, user models 770 and user feedback 780. The ranking and filtering module 775 sends the content and advertising to privacy protection service 725, which conveys content and advertising to the client user interface 710.

The user can use the client user interface 710 through the privacy protection service 725 to create user content by accessing the user content writer 750. The user content writer 750 places the user-generated content in the content data storage 745. Optionally or

alternatively, non-user content 755 may be placed in the content data store 745 and included in the content ultimately sent to the user client interface 710.

The user can also access the user feedback module 780 to provide explicit feedback for the content provided to the user client interface 710. Feedback may contain quality measures, such as relevance, along with requests for additional information, such as provided, or requests to block certain content. User feedback can be used in ranking and filtering tasks, and in particular can be used to support the training of any artificial intelligence-based components of the ranking and filtering module 775.

Advertisers may use the advertising user interface 720 to access the advertisement acquisition module 765. These advertisers can buy ad space and access 770 custom models to determine the target recipients of the ad. Advertisers may also use the advertising user interface 720 and the module 765 purchase advertising to download or otherwise provide specific advertising provided to users. These advertisements store in the storage 760 advertising data.

8 is a diagram of an exemplary user interface 800. The user interface 800 allows for a logical arrangement of elements in which information can be presented to the user. More specifically, user interface 800 can provide a platform that a user can use to receive content from an information provider, such as a Web site, as well as secondary or user created content that can be linked to content from an information provider. Such secondary or user-generated content may be presented along with content from an information provider.

The user interface 800 may include a primary dashboard 810. In this example, which is based on a Web browsing platform and which may be modified to accommodate options previously disclosed or described with reference to other drawings, the primary dashboard 810 may be used to render or display the webpage that the user goes to. The standard elements of the Web page, such as text, graphics, multimedia content and embedded code, as well as other things, can be provided in the primary information panel 810. The Web page provided in the primary information panel 810 can be accessed by entering in the URL in the navigation bar, by performing a search using a search engine or by clicking (clicking) on a hyperlink from another Web page, among other options.

A secondary information panel or box 820 can be displayed near the primary information panel 810. Although it is called a box, the secondary information panel or box 820 can be part of a single window that also includes the primary information panel 810, as shown, or can be presented in a separate window. Additionally or alternatively, a secondary dashboard or frame 820 can be placed on top or bottom of the window as well as on either the left or right side. Such positioning may be in accordance with a user selectable preference for the user interface 800.

The secondary dashboard or box 820 may provide an area in which various elements, such as notes, chat windows, and advertisements, disclosed and described herein with reference to other drawings, can be displayed. Note 830 includes a message from the user indicating that the user has tickets for the sale of the event, which should occur at approximately the same geographical location as the institution described by the Web page provided in the primary information panel 810. Other messages are included in notes 840, 850, 860.

The note adding component 870 provides a text box and input control that allows the user to create and add a note that can be tied to the domain name of the Web site currently viewed in the primary information panel 810. The chat window 800 provides a user interface for joining a chat session that relates to the general theme of the Website currently being viewed. Advertising area 890 provides a place where targeted advertising can be delivered to a user.

In FIG. 9-12 are flowcharts corresponding to various methods or procedures. Whereas, for the sake of simplicity of explanation, one or more methodologies shown in these materials, in the form of a flowchart, are shown and described as a series of actions, it is obvious that both the illustrated and described methods and procedures, and any components with which such methods or procedures may be used, not necessarily limited only to this order of actions, since some actions may be performed in a different order and / or simultaneously with actions different from those shown and described in these materials. For example, it is obvious to those skilled in the art that a technique can alternatively be represented as a series of interrelated states or events, such as in a state diagram. Moreover, not all illustrated acts may be required to implement a methodology or procedure.

FIG. 9 is a flowchart representing a general processing flow diagram of method 900 that can be used in conjunction with components that are disclosed and described herein with reference to other drawings. Method 900 can be used to obtain additional content related to content of interest to the user. More specifically, additional content can be obtained by analyzing the contents of the currently viewed Web page and identifying additional content related to the contents of this Web page.

Processing by method 900 begins at block 910 START and proceeds to block 920 of processing. In block 920, the processing of the Web page is selected from some location on the network. The network may be a local area network (LAN), a global computer network, an intranet, or the Internet, among others. The content of the selected Web page is analyzed in block 930 processing. Various analysis algorithms can be used to find important or relevant terms on a Web page. Among these algorithms may be the TF-IDF algorithm, previously mentioned with reference to other drawings.

In block 940, the processing identifies and receives additional content that is related to the content of the selected Web page. This content may be obtained from a location other than the network location that provided the Web page you are viewing or the Web page that has been analyzed. Content can be related in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, have a thematic relationship or be tied to the URL of a Web page. More specifically, the resulting content can be created by the current user or by other users who have made such content available for general or group viewing. At a processing block 950, the obtained additional content is presented to the user. The presentation may take place in an identified area of the human-computer interface, such as a graphical user interface. Processing according to method 900 is completed by block 960 END.

FIG. 10 is a flowchart representing an overall processing circuit of method 1000 that can be used in conjunction with components that are disclosed and described with reference to other drawings. The method 1000 can be used to obtain interactive services that relate to content of interest to the user. More specifically, interactive services can be obtained by analyzing the contents of the currently viewed Web page and identifying the interactive services that are associated with the contents of this currently viewed Web page.

Processing by method 1000 begins at block 1010 START and proceeds to block 1020 of the processing. At processing block 1020, the web page is obtained from a network location. This network can be a LAN, dhw, intranet, or the Internet, among others. At processing block 1030, the contents of the Web pages are analyzed. As in other examples, the TF-IDF algorithm can be used to analyze a Web page. Other algorithms may also be used.

The online service, in this example, a chat session that relates to the contents of the Web page, is identified in processing block 1040. Identification can be based on a keyword search for topics of the discussion group, as well as other methods. At a processing block 1050, communications are made with at least one identified chat session and the contents of the discussion group are presented to the user. Processing by method 1000 ends at block 760 END.

11 is a flowchart representing an overall processing circuit of method 1100, which can be used in accordance with the components that are disclosed and described in these materials. Method 1100 can be used to obtain additional content that relates to content of interest to the user. More specifically, additional content can be obtained by analyzing the contents of the currently viewed Web page and identifying additional content that may link to the contents of this currently viewed Web page.

Processing according to method 1100 begins with block 1110 START. Processing then continues to processing block 1120 where a Web page is selected. A web page can be selected from some Web server, which can be local or remote. The remote Web server can be accessed by using a network such as a LAN, WAN, intranet or the Internet, including. At processing block 1130, the contents of the selected Web page are analyzed. The analysis of the contents of the Web page can be performed in accordance with a wide variety of algorithms, in particular including the TF-IDF algorithm. The TF-IDF algorithm may be replaced by another suitable algorithm.

The content of the online logs, which is relevant to the contents of the selected Web page, is identified and received in block 1140 processing. Weblog content can be relevant in a variety of ways. For example, Weblog may specifically discuss the contents of a Web page that has been analyzed. A weblog entry can also provide a hyperlink to the analyzed Web page. In addition, a weblog entry may simply discuss the same or a similar topic as the analyzed Web page. Such weblog content is presented to the user in processing block 1150. Processing by method 1100 ends at block 1160 END.

12 is a flowchart representing an overall processing circuit of method 1200, which can be used in conjunction with the components that are disclosed and described in these materials. The method 1200 may be used to obtain additional content related to content of interest to the user. More specifically, additional content can be obtained by analyzing the contents of the currently viewed Web page and performing a search to create a set of results that can be biased in favor of results that include content similar to the contents of this analyzed Web page.

The processing of method 1200 begins at block 1210 START. At processing block 1220, a Web page is selected from some information server, such as a web server. The information server may be local or remote. In the case where the information server is remote, the Web page can be obtained over a network such as a LAN, a WAN, an intranet or the Internet, among others.

The selected Web page is analyzed in processing unit 1230. Important terms or concepts from the Web page are identified in processing block 1240. The analysis and identification tasks can be performed using various algorithms, including TF-IDF algorithms, discussed with reference to other drawings. The processing of method 1200 continues at processing block 1250, where the search request is received from the user.

At processing block 1260, the search query received from the user is expanded, if necessary, by adding important terms or concepts identified from the analyzed Web page to the request. A search using the advanced query is performed in processing block 1270. A query extension in this way can be used to bias search results in favor of results that include content that is similar to the content of the analyzed Web page. Searches can also be cleaned, if necessary, in a variety of ways, such as restricting the request to the current area (domain) or pages that are associated with the page currently being viewed. Other modifications are also possible. Search results are obtained in processing block 1280 and they can be presented to the user through some interface. In processing block 1285, the results are reordered as necessary. The processing of method 1200 ends at block 1290 END.

To present an additional context for the implementation of Figs. 13-14 and the following discussion are intended to provide a brief, general description of a suitable computing environment in which the disclosed and described components and methods can be implemented. While various specific implementations have been described above in the general context of computer-executable instructions of a computer program that runs on a local computer and / or a remote computer, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that other implementations are also possible individually or in aggregates with other software modules. Typically, program modules include routines, programs, objects, components, data structures, etc. that perform specific tasks and / or provide certain abstract data types.

Moreover, it is obvious for those skilled in the art that the above-described components and methods can be implemented with other computer system configurations, including single-processor or multi-processor computer systems, minicomputers, universal computers, as well as personal computers, handheld computing devices and / or programmable consumer electronics based on a microprocessor, etc., each of which can be operatively connected to one or more creating devices. Certain illustrated aspects of the disclosed and described components and methods can also be implemented in distributed computing environments where certain tasks are performed by remote processing devices that are connected through a communications network or other data communications connections. However, some, if not all, of these aspects can be implemented on stand-alone computers. In a distributed computing environment, program modules can be located on both local and remote computer storage media, including memory devices.

On Fig presents a schematic structural diagram of a typical computing environment 1300, which can interact with the object of the invention. System 1300 includes one or more clients 1310. Client (s) 1310 may be hardware and / or software (eg, threads, processes, computing devices). System 1300 also includes one or more servers 1320. Server (s) 1320 may be hardware and / or software (eg, threads, processes, computing devices). Servers 1320 may host threads or processes for performing transformations using, for example, an object of the invention.

One possible means of communication between client 1310 and server 1320 may be in the form of a data packet adapted for transmission between two or more computer processes. System 1300 includes a communication structure 1340 that can be used to facilitate communication between client (s) 1310 and server (s) 1320. Client (s) 1310 are operatively connected to one or more client data stores 1350 that can be used to store information locally with respect to the client (s) 1310. Similarly, server (s) 1320 are operatively connected to one or more server storages 1330 of server data that can be used to store information locally in relation to Jun to 1340 servers.

With reference to FIG. 14, an exemplary environment 1400 for implementing various aspects of the invention includes a computer 1412. Computer 1412 includes a processing unit 1414, system memory 1416, and system bus 1418. System bus 1418 couples system components, including including system memory 1416 and processing unit 1414, but not limited to. Processing unit 1414 may be any of a variety of processors available. As processing unit 1414, dual microprocessors and multiprocessors of a different architecture may be used.

The system bus 1418 may be any of several types of bus structure (s), including a memory bus or memory controller, a peripheral bus or an external bus and / or local bus, using any of a variety of available bus architectures, including but not limited to it is limited only by industry standard architecture (MTA, ISA), Microchannel architecture (MCA, MSA), Advanced MTA (RAPS, EISA), Intelligent Device Electronics (IDE), VESA Local Bus (LSV, VLB), peripheral component wiring (IPC, PCI), bus artefacts, universal serial bus (USB, USB), advanced graphic port (UGP, AGP), bus of the International Association of Memory Card Manufacturers for Personal Computer (MACCPC, PCMCIA), Firewire bus (IEEE 1394) and small computer system interface (IMVS, SCSI) .

System memory 1416 includes volatile memory 1420 and non-volatile memory 1422. A basic input / output system (BSVV, BIOS) containing basic programs for transferring information between elements in a computer 1412, for example, during startup, is stored in non-volatile memory 1422. By illustrations, but not limitation, non-volatile memory 1422 may include read-only memory (ROM, ROM), programmable ROM (ROM, PROM), electrically programmable ROM (EEPROM, EPROM), electrically erasable ROM (EEPROM, EEPR OM) or flash memory. Volatile memory 1420 includes random access memory (RAM), which acts as an external cache. By way of illustration, but not limitation, RAM is available in many forms, such as synchronous RAM (RAM, SRAM), dynamic RAM (DOS), synchronous DOS (SDRAM, SDRAM), double-rate SRAM (DDR SDRAM), Advanced SDOZU (USDOSU, ESDRAM), DOSE with a synchronous line (SLDOZU, SLDRAM) and RAM bus direct resident access (SHRDOZU, DRRAM).

Computer 1412 may also include removable / non-removable, volatile / non-volatile computer storage media. For example, FIG. 14 shows disk storage means 1424. Disk storage means 1424 includes, but is not limited to, devices, such as a magnetic disk drive, floppy disk drive, tape drive, Jaz drive, zip drive, LS-100 drive, flash memory card, or card memory. In addition, the disk storage means 1424 may include storage means separately or in combination with other storage means, including, but not limited to, an optical disk drive such as a CD-ROM device, a drive writable compact discs (CD-R Drive), a rewritable compact disc drive (CD-RW Drive), or a ROM drive on digital multi-function discs (DVD-ROM). To provide communication between disk storage devices 1424 and the system bus 1418, a removable or non-removable interface, such as interface 1426, is typically used.

It is obvious that FIG. 14 shows software that acts as an intermediary between users and the basic computer resources described in a suitable operating environment 1400. Such software includes an operating system 1428. An operating system 1428 that can be stored on disk means 1424 storage, provides management and distribution of resources of the computer system 1412. System applications 1430 take advantage of resource management through the operating Istemi 1428 through program modules 1432 and program data 1434 stored either in system memory 1416 or on disk storage means 1424. It is obvious that the object of the invention can be implemented with various operating systems or combinations of operating systems.

A user enters into commands or information into a computer 1412 through input device (s) 1436. Input devices 1436 include, but are not limited to, a pointing device, such as a mouse, trackball, pen, touchpad, keyboard, microphone, joystick, game console, satellite dish, scanner, television card, digital camera, digital video camera, webcam, etc. These and other input devices are connected to the processing unit 1414 via the system bus 1418 via the interface port (s) 1438. The interface port (s) 1438 includes, for example, a serial port, a parallel port, a game port, and a universal serial bus (USB, USB). ) Output device (s) 1440 use some ports of the same type as input device (s) 1436. Thus, for example, a USB port can be used to provide input to computer 1412 and output of information from computer 1412 to output device 1440. An output adapter 1442 is provided to illustrate that there are some output devices 1440, such as monitors, speakers, and printers, among other output devices 1440 that require special adapters. The output adapters 1442 include, by way of illustration, but not limitation, video and audio cards that provide a means of communication between the output device 1440 and the system bus 1418. It should be noted that other devices and / or device systems provide both input and output, e.g. remote computer (s) 1444.

Computer 1412 can operate in a networked environment using logical connections with one or more remote computers, such as remote computer (s) 1444. Remote computer (s) 1444 can be a personal computer, server, router, network PC, workstation a place based on a microprocessor by a device, a peer-to-peer device, or other common network node, etc., and usually includes many or all of the elements described in relation to computer 1412. For brevity, only oystvo storage 1446 in memory is illustrated a remote computer (s) 1444. The remote computer (s) 1444 is logically connected to computer 1412 through a network interface 1448 and then physically connected via communication connections 1450. The network interface 1448 encompasses wired and / or wireless communications networks such as local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). LAN technologies include Distributed fiber optic data interface (RIPDVO, FDDI), Distributed wired data interface (RIPPD, CDDI), Ethernet and TokenRing, etc. DHW technologies include, but are not limited to, direct lines, circuit switching networks, such as Digital Networks with Integrated Services (ISDN) and their variants, packet switching networks and Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL).

Communication connection (s) 1450 relate to the hardware / software used to connect the network interface 1448 to bus 1418. Although the communication connection 1450 is shown for simplicity of illustration inside the computer 1412, it can also be external to the computer 1412. Hardware / software required for communication with the 1248 network interface includes, for example purposes only, internal and external technologies, such as modems, including ordinary telephone type modems, cable digital modem and digital subscriber line (DSL) modems, ISDN adapters, and Ethernet cards.

What has been described above includes examples of the subject matter of the invention. It is certainly impossible to describe every conceivable combination of components or techniques in order to describe an object of the invention, but for a person skilled in the art it is obvious that many additional combinations and changes to the object of the invention are possible. Accordingly, an object of the invention is intended to cover all such changes, modifications and variations, which are covered by the scope of the following claims.

In particular with respect to the various functions performed by the above described components, devices, circuits, systems, etc., features (including those referred to as “means”) used to describe such components are assumed to be appropriate, unless otherwise indicated , any component that performs the specified function of the described component (for example, a functional equivalent), even though it is not structurally equivalent to the disclosed structure, which performs the function illustrated in imyh exemplary aspects of the invention of the present disclosure. In this regard, it is apparent that the invention includes a system as well as a computer-readable medium having computer-executable instructions for performing actions and / or events of various methods of the invention.

In addition, while a specific feature of the invention may be disclosed in relation to only one of several embodiments, such a feature may be combined with one or more other features of another embodiment, as may be desirable or preferred for any given or specific application. Moreover, insofar as the terms “includes” and “including” and their variants are used either in the detailed description or in the claims, it is assumed that these terms are used in the sense of the content of something, similar to the term “comprising” .

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1. A computer-readable medium having computer-executable instructions encoded thereon, computer-executable instructions are programmed to configure, when executed by at least one processor, a computer-executable system for associating information including: an associative module, executable at least one processor that analyzes, using technology, the frequency of the term - document inverse frequency (TF-IDF), the contents of the first piece of information associated with a first network service comprising a web page service that provides at least one web page for creating an overview of the contents of the first piece of information, the review contains binding information and uses the binding information to associate the first piece of information with the second piece of information associated with a second network service comprising one of the following: a note service, a news feed service, a chat session service, a notification session chat service, an instant message service or an advertising service, information The binding includes one or more domain names, a fully defined unified resource locator, a partially defined unified resource locator, a relatively unified web resource locator, or at least one keyword in the content associated with the first piece of information; wherein the first piece of information contains at least one of at least one web page or one text document, blog entry, material from a wiki site, image file, audio file or multimedia file associated with at least at least one web page; wherein the second piece of information contains at least one of the following: a note, an intranet, a text document, an image file, an audio file, a search term, a search result, information relating to an interface for a search engine, an RSS feed, a news feed , information related to the chat session, information related to the chat session based on the notification, instant message, tag, rating, incoming link, outgoing link or advertisement;
a security module that protects the personal information of the user of the associative binding module by at least hiding the user request;
a ranking and filtering module that uses one or more classifiers to assign one or more ranks to a plurality of pieces of information, wherein a second piece of information is associated with a first piece of information based on the assigned rank;
and a presentation module that presents a second piece of information for use.
2. The computer-readable medium of claim 1, further comprising a creation module that creates a second piece of information.
3. The computer-readable medium of claim 2, wherein the authoring module is one of the following: a text editor, a graphic application, a sound application, a multimedia application, a syndication application, a chat application, an instant message application, a tagging application or a rating application.
4. The computer-readable medium of claim 1, wherein the provisioning module is pluggable.
5. A computer-implemented method for associating pieces of information, including: using a processor that executes computer-executable instructions stored on a computer-readable storage medium to perform the following steps:
analyzing the contents of the first portion of information containing at least a portion of the web page, wherein the contents of the first portion of information are analyzed using the term frequency-inverse frequency of the document (TF-IDF) method to facilitate generating an overview of the contents of the first portion of information, the first portion of information obtained by a first network service, which is a web page service that provides at least a portion of a web page;
generating a review of the contents of the first piece of information containing the binding information;
associating the first piece of information with the second piece of information based on at least a portion of the binding information, the second piece of information being obtained through a network service containing one of the following: note service, news feed service, chat session service, chat session service on notification basis, instant messaging service or advertising service; and
associating with a first piece of information based on a classifier used by a ranking and filtering module that assigns one or more ranks to a plurality of pieces of information; obtaining a second piece of information, wherein the information binding includes one or more domain names, a fully defined unified resource indicator, a partially defined unified resource indicator, a relatively unified web resource indicator or a keyword in the content associated with the first piece of information;
wherein the first piece of information contains at least one of the following: a web page, a text document associated with the web page, a blog entry associated with the web page, material from the wiki site associated with the web page, an image file associated with the web page, an audio file associated with the web page, or a multimedia file associated with the web page;
wherein the second piece of information contains at least one of the following: a note, an intranet, a text document, an image file, an audio file, a search term, a search result, information relating to an interface for a search engine, an RSS feed, a news feed , information related to the chat session, information related to the chat session based on the notification, instant message, tag, rating, incoming link, outgoing link or advertisement;
protecting personal information of the user by at least hiding the user request and presenting the second piece of information to the user along with the first piece of information.
6. The method according to claim 5, further comprising creating a second piece of information.
7. The method according to claim 6, in which the creation of the second piece of information includes at least one of the following: using a text editor, using a graphics application, using a sound application, using a multimedia application, using a syndication application, using a chat application, using an instant messaging application, using a tagging application, or using a rating application to facilitate the creation of a second piece of information.
8. A system for associating pieces of information, comprising:
at least one processor that facilitates creating portions of information;
means for analyzing the contents of the first portion of information containing at least a portion of the web page associated with the first service, which is a web page service that provides at least a portion of the web page, to facilitate the generation of a review of the contents of the first portion information;
means for generating an overview of the contents of the first piece of information containing the binding information;
means for using the binding information from the first piece of information to obtain a second piece of information associated with the second service containing one of the following: note service, news feed service, chat session service, notification session chat service, instant message service or advertising service, binding information containing one or more domain names, a fully defined unified resource indicator, a partially defined unified resource indicator, a relatively unified a pointer to a web resource or at least one keyword in the content associated with the first piece of information;
means for ranking a plurality of pieces of information, wherein the second piece of information is associated with the first piece of information based on the assigned rank; wherein the first piece of information contains at least one web page, a text document associated with the web page, a blog entry associated with the web page, material from the wiki site associated with the web page, an image file associated with a web page, an audio file associated with the web page or a multimedia file associated with the web page; wherein the second piece of information contains at least one of the following: a note, an intranet, a text document, an image file, an audio file, a search term, a search result, information relating to an interface for a search engine, an RSS feed, a news feed , information related to the chat session, information related to the chat session based on the notification, instant message, tag, rating, incoming link, outgoing link or advertisement;
means for creating a second piece of information;
means for protecting personal information of the user and
means for presenting the second portion of information to the user along with the first portion of information.
9. The system of claim 8, in which the means for creating a second piece of information includes at least one of the following: text editor, graphic application, sound application, multimedia application, blog application (online journal application), syndication application , a web publishing application, a chat application, an instant messaging application, a tagging application or a rating application.
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