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6th International #Conference on Computational #CollectiveIntelligence Technologies and Applications - ICCCI 2014

6th International #Conference on Computational #CollectiveIntelligence Technologies and Applications - ICCCI 2014 | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

Via Pierre Levy, thierrydenys
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Important Dates

 

- Workshop / Special Session Proposals: Feb 20, 2014

 

- Notification of Workshop / Special Session acceptance: February 28, 2014

 

- Submission of papers (all): March 25, 2014

 

- Notification of acceptance: May 25, 2014

 

- Final papers to be received: June 10, 2014

 

- Conference: September 24-26, 2014

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Web analytics In Real Time

Web analytics In Real Time | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

Mankind loves making maps, and the world wide web, densely interconnected and phenomenally complex, always makes for a nice visual.

Typically these take the form of neon blobs floating against black backgrounds, like frames captured from old Winamp plug-ins, and while they’re always nice to look at, they don’t always do much in the way of helping us understand the massive global network we traverse every day. This latest effort, however, is a little different. Called simply Map of the Internet, it’s as informative as it is beautiful.


The map, which takes the form of a free app for Android and iOS, features 22,961 of the Internet’s biggest nodes--not individual websites, but the ISPs, universities, and other places that host them--joined by some 50,000 discrete connections. The app gives you two ways of surveying it all: geographically, on a globe, or by size, which rearranges the nodes into a loose column of points. Both views are interactive; instead of showing the Internet as a static neon blob, the app lets you explore the neon blob in the round, with all the familiar multitouch gestures. It may not look like the Google Maps app, but it instantly feels like it, which makes exploring the underbelly of the web all the easier...


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