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Authors: Rubbia, G.*
Title: L'utilizzo del sito web per la nuova mappa di pericolosit√† sismica: considerazioni a un anno dall'apertura
Other Titles: Web usage mining for the new seismic hazard map of Italy
Issue Date: Oct-2004
Keywords: web usage mining
web server statistics
hazard map
statistiche web
web
Abstract: Following the Ordinanza PCM 20 marzo 2003, n. 3274, a new seismic hazard map of Italy has been produced by a national Working Group at INGV. To fulfil the criterion of transparency of the compilation process, in July 2003 a dedicated web site was set up to disseminate information about the Ordinance itself, and make publicly available work in progress, procedures, input data and final results (http://zonesismiche.mi.ingv.it). An analysis of the web usage is presented for the period of one year and in particular after the publication of final results. This analysis was mainly performed on a statistical basis and it was integrated with ad hoc tools in order to provide a rough estimation of demographics. It represents a first step in the application of web usage mining techniques in order to measure success of information dissemination activities; it gives some preliminary indications about categories of web site visitors and their interests.
Appears in Collections:05.02.99. General or miscellaneous
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