An Efficient User Search Results with Hybrid Evolutionary Approach

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Volume-17 Number-6
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Bodana Gnaneswari, Ch.Sunil


Bodana Gnaneswari, Ch.Sunil"An Efficient User Search Results with Hybrid Evolutionary Approach", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V17(6),284-287 Nov 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


Generation of query oriented relevant information from search engine is always an interesting research issue in the field of information retrieval because of billions of relevant and irrelevant information available over internet. Satisfying the user search goal is a complex task when searching for a user specific query because of billions of related and unrelated data available over the network. In this proposed approach we are proposing an empirical model of search mechanism with FP Tree for finding frequent set of patterns (sequence of urls)and evolutionary algorithm for optimal results from efficient feedback sessions (based on query clicks) that are constructed from user click-through logs and can efficiently reflect the information needs of the users.


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