The World Wide Web is growing in size at a remarkable rate. It is a huge evolving system and its data are rife with uncertainties. Probability and statistics are the fundamental mathematical tools that enable us to model, reason, and infer meaningful results from such data. Modeling the Internet and the Web covers the most important aspects of modeling the Web using a modern mathematical and probabilistic treatment. It focuses on the information and application layers, as well as some of the emerging properties of the Internet.

Authors: Baldi P., Frasconi P., Smyth P.  Pages: 296 Year: 2003 
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