Web objects

Web objects

(1) The elements on a Web page, which include text, graphics, URLs and scripts.

(2) A sophisticated development environment from Apple for creating Web applications that run on NT, Solaris, HP/UX and OPENSTEP Mach. Supporting the major databases, WebObjects enables development in Java and a variety of C versions including Objective-C and C++.
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Thus, to improve efficiency, modern browsers allow reusing the same TCP connection for fetching multiple web objects through the use of HTTP pipelining [3].
A web page may have multiple embedded web objects including JavaScripts, cascading style sheets (CSSs) and images.
To retrieve a single web document for a user, the web browser obtains one main web object and several related, embedded web objects of the requested web document.
In November, the Hypervoice Consortium officially launched with the mission to advance hypervoice, an emerging model for organizing and navigating conversational data by transforming voice components into native Web objects and breaking them down into smaller bits of audio that can be searched, shared, and secured independently.
The first is the Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) Engine -- The MVX engine is designed to capture and confirm today's cyber attacks by detonating Web objects, files, suspicious attachments, and mobile applications within instrumented virtual environments.
Web Objects is the elements on a web page which has a hypertext link to another place in the same or to an entirely different document such as text, graphics, URLs and scripts.
Content types include web objects, downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications, real time media streams, and other components of internet delivery.
It highlights the importance of three factors for implementing a discernible web-based teaching strategy: appropriate choice of web objects, effective "virtual" pedagogy, and technical support and expertise.
SuperLumin explains that social media Web applications such as Facebook and YouTube use a redirection model for content distribution, which means the same Web objects often originate from a different server with a different URL.
Screen Alternative text should accompany all Web objects to Reader insure screen reader output is the same as visual Web contents.
If the values we obtain prove a high quality of the clustering, in the near future we plan to include the clustering by compression technique into a framework for clustering web objects.