File:3 ways to look at the World Wide Web.webm

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English: We explain how the World Wide Web can be seen either as a software system or as a collection of text documents or as a graph of interconnected web resources where URIs map to the nodes of the graph. For each perspective the pros and cons are discussed briefly. This video is the first unit of the first lesson of part two of the web science MOOC held at the university of Koblenz. Part two covers emerging Web properties
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current09:40, 23 November 201610 min 40 s, 1,920 × 1,080 (45.93 MB)RenepickUser created page with UploadWizard