The VLDB Journal (2000) 9: 56–75 The VLDB Journal c Springer-Verlag 2000 Analysis of navigation behaviour in web sites integrating multiple information systems 1 2 Bettina Berendt , Myra Spiliopoulou Institute of Pedagogy and Informatics, Faculty of Philosophy IV, Humboldt University Berlin, 10117 Berlin, Germany; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Institute of Information Systems, Faculty of Economics, Humboldt University Berlin, 10178 Berlin, Germany; e-mail: email@example.com Edited by P. Atzeni and A.O. Mendelzon. Received June 21, 1999 / Accepted December 24, 1999 Abstract. The analysis of web usage has mostly focused the still-dominant focus on the design of single pages ver- on sites composed of conventional static pages. However, sus the necessity of considering the design of the web site huge amounts of information available in the web come as a whole. A web site is not a mere collection of web from databases or other data collections and are presented to pages rich in information or in product offers. It is a net- the users in the form of dynamically generated pages. The work of structurally or semantically interrelated nodes, usu- query interfaces of such sites allow the speciﬁcation of many ally built in a way that reﬂects the designers’ intuition. If
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