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web page

A single page on a website—e.g., a home page.
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Specifically, they found that soccer fans were more likely to access teams' WWW pages following a victory than prior to a game (BIRGing), but did not find evidence that WWW-using fans CORF.
Internet WWW page at URL: <http:// www.lumacare.com/paper4.htm>.
For example, questions pertaining to "design alternatives" regarding the "optical system" lead to a list of links to WWW pages (with the best matches at the top of the list) containing discussions of candidate optical systems.
This site is generally updated every two to three months, making it extremely reliable in terms of availability and up-to-date information, at least in WWW page terms and lifetimes.
We can call up this paper using the ADS by going to the WWW page http://adsabs.harvard.edu/toc_service.html and retrieving that issue's table of contents.
Analyzing the hyperlink structure among www pages gives us a way to address many of the difficulties discussed above.
On the other hand, documents typed in HTML can imbed links to other WWW pages or documents.
It is NOTHING like a fax machine, since you can e-mail several thousand people at once worldwide, access WWW pages and even join discussions if you like.
The list below summarizes some of the semiconductor vendors, the locations of their document library WWW pages and the documentation available:
At OCLC, catalogers add structured access points (attributes and relationships in IFLA terminology), including authors' names, subject headings, and numerical classification numbers to the records for WWW pages, library catalogs, electronic journals and newsletters, to name only a few of the selected resources.
WWW pages are constructed using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and are indexed by an address called a Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
According to one estimate, the Netscape Web site receives more than 19 million "hits" per day.(8) With Netscape, software users can explore (or navigate or surf) WWW pages and other Internet domains, including Usenet news groups, E-mail, and File Transfer Protocols.