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usenet

A world-wide collection of user-submitted notes or messages on various subjects that are posted to servers on the Internet.
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It is basically a Netnews filtering system which lets the user rate his interest level (from 1 to 5) for each article and learns their user profile based on the information obtained.
The base parameter values we used were based on a database of Netnews (text) articles we collected from our USENET News host during the period of April 22 to April 29, 1993.
Riedl, "Grouplens: an open architecture for collaborative filtering of netnews," in Proceedings of the 1994 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work, ser.
In addition to the SaxoPress editorial production software, the paper also gets SaxoPlan for planning and resource allocation, NetNews for daily Internet publishing, and the SaxoBRS searchable text, image, and page archive.
The queries were profiles that real users submitted to the SIFT Netnews server developed at Stanford [Yan and Garcia-Molina 1995].
Their interest was intrinsic, and they were not having to confront the Netnews software environment for the first time.
You will be asked to choose a user ID and password, select your time zone, supply your e-mail address, and choose whether or not to receive NetNews, a free weekly guide to new Web sites and special events.
3] Students will then be able to perform searches of remote databases via direct log-in or perhaps our own gopher server, down- or upload program and data files on Internet archive machines, or access Netnews feeds.
The cross- platform (NT servers, Mac pagination stations, WinTerm reporting/editing stations) 50-workstation system consists of the basic SaxoPress editorial system (Articles module, SaxoText editor, photos module, wire copy and photos modules, layout module, and Quark XTensions); Automatic Image Processor software to automate image preparation for output in print and on the Web; thin-client or remote- access SaxoAnywhere for performing basic editorial function through a Web browser; NetNews Web Publishing for integrating Web page-building into the newsroom work flow; and SaxoBRS for archiving text, photos, and pages.
Netnews (often called Usenet News) and various electronic journals were accessed far less frequently, typically once a month or less.
Addresses for such personnel may be found by checking online lists of mainframes that connect to CMC networks, or by posting inquiries to a shared BBS such as the UUCP NETNEWS system.
Hewitt is the 1998 recipient of the Financial Netnews Internet Compliance Person of the Year Award, and is also a member of the editorial board of eSecurities.