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Finding Emotional-Laden Resources on the World Wide Web

Kathrin Knautz, Diane Rasmussen Neal, Stefanie Schmidt, Tobias Siebenlist, Wolfgang G. Stock
2011 Information  
The aim of Emotional Information Retrieval (EmIR) and of our research is to identify knowledge about emotional-laden documents and to use these findings in a new kind of World Wide Web information service  ...  MEMOSE consists of a tool for tagging basic emotions with the help of slide controls, a processing device to separate power tags, a retrieval component consisting of a search interface (for any topic in  ...  Consequentially, we designed and coded a prototype of a web search engine for emotional content called Media EMOtion SEarch (MEMOSE).  ... 
doi:10.3390/info2010217 fatcat:mcawkoik5vg7rdne4et5zhnqnq

Evaluating the retrieval effectiveness of web search engines using a representative query sample

Dirk Lewandowski
2015 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Retrieval effectiveness study design In general, retrieval effectiveness tests rely on methods derived from the "classic" information retrieval test designs (Tague-Sutcliffe, 1992 ) and on advice that  ...  Search engine retrieval effectiveness studies have adopted this basic design but adjusted it to the specifics of search engines. Most investigations only consider the first 10 or 20 results.  ...  size of the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23304 fatcat:3colkxfnuvhb3nmkwrc7k2fnxu

The retrieval effectiveness of search engines on navigational queries

Dirk Lewandowski
2011 ASLIB Proceedings  
Originality/value -This study systematically compares the major search engines on navigational queries and compares the findings with studies on the retrieval effectiveness of the engines on informational  ...  Purpose -To test major Web search engines on their performance on navigational queries, i.e. searches for homepages.  ...  Introduction The importance of search engines for finding relevant information on the World Wide Web is indisputable.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00012531111148949 fatcat:azm2wmm2wnabhhmc26yabmflxq

The retrieval effectiveness of search engines on navigational queries [article]

Dirk Lewandowski
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Originality/value - This study systematically compares the major search engines on navigational queries and compares the findings with studies on the retrieval effectiveness of the engines on informational  ...  Purpose - To test major Web search engines on their performance on navigational queries, i.e. searches for homepages.  ...  Introduction The importance of search engines for finding relevant information on the World Wide Web is indisputable.  ... 
arXiv:1511.05812v1 fatcat:h6ogqgnv4zb3pcrzqz3wbmkuze

Focused Web Crawling Algorithms

Andas Amrin, Chunlei Xia, Shuguang Dai
2015 Journal of Computers  
A web search engine is a complex multi-level system that helps us to search the information that available on the Internet. A web crawler is one of the most important parts of the search engine.  ...  A focused crawler is a part of the search system that helps user to find most relevant information from the Internet.  ...  Introduction The World Wide Web is growing exponentially, and the amount of information in it is also growing rapidly.  ... 
doi:10.17706/jcp.10.4.245-251 fatcat:5sikxjrhffdullx33xprpdzg4q

Semantic Web: Information Retrieval from World Wide Web

Javad Pashaei Barbin, Isa Maleki
2013 International Journal on Cybernetics & Informatics  
The large amount of information on web has led to impossible accurate search and integration of the information.  ...  So, to structuring the information, improving the searches and presenting the meaning of the information, a technology is needed to create relationship between the existing information in the World Wide  ...  using the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) [20] .  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijci.2013.2602 fatcat:r5galf5udzdabnq5q2gp4dhgie

Web Crawler and Web Crawler Algorithms: A Perspective

2020 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
The size of a database of every search engine depends on the existing page on the internet.  ...  It would be almost challenging for mankind devoid of search engines to find anything from the web unless and until he identifies a particular URL address.  ...  We need search engine to retrieve the data from world wide web repository. The search engines are software that explore data from the website.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.e9362.069520 fatcat:4jrjhlvmmfgobj6yus3puvag64

The invisible Web

M. Van der Westhuizen
2001 South African Journal of Information Management  
This collection is preceded by a few sites where one may learn to search on the World-Wide Web, a collection of synonym dictionaries and thesauri (to find the right search terms), experts to answer questions  ...  search facilities to gain access to and retrieve information from the invisible Web It is clear that software developers of search engines are seeking to exploit the thorny problem of invisible Web databases  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v3i3/4.148 fatcat:pcfzdncswzgi7kkx4nl45smvwe

Review on Web Page Ranking

2017 International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research  
Web crawler retrieves the link structure from the repository of web pages and obtains web graph from the website.  ...  The core methodology used in SEO is to upgrade both content and associated coding of the website to improve its visibility and importance in organic searches made by the search engines.  ...  INTRODUCTION Many new challenges are created by the World Wide Web for information retrieval. It is very large and heterogeneous.  ... 
doi:10.23883/ijrter.2017.3012.akoa8 fatcat:uz4ndzqwnvbpdjgf3m3p6d6pnm

Web Pattern Analysis Using Web Structure Mining

S Sundeep Kumar, Mahesh Kumar Singh
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering  
The World-Wide-Web contains a large amount of information. Everyone can store and retrieve the information from Web. It is difficult to find the relevant piece of information from Web.  ...  Web mining is one of the mining technologies, which applies data mining techniques in large amount of Web data to improve the Web services.  ...  DATA MINING Web Mining is the application of data mining techniques to discover and retrieve useful information and patterns from the World Wide Web documents and services.  ... 
doi:10.23956/ijarcsse/sv7i5/0274 fatcat:knosmslcxrbu7dcchrfpzfzot4

Graphical Web directory for Web search

Lingfeng Ma, Gavriel Salvendy
2003 Behavior and Information Technology  
The feature graphical Web directory for supporting information processing and decision making in Web directory browsing in Web search is proposed to improve users' performance and satisfaction.  ...  An experiment was conducted to test the effectiveness of the proposed feature.  ...  Because of the wide diversity of content and the enormous volume of information on the Web, retrieving relevant information is far from assured.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0144929031000092222 fatcat:5fnkqpyl25hljgt2x2j732f5mu

Web mining: Machine learning for web applications

Hsinchun Chen, Michael Chau
2005 Annual Review of Information Science and Technology  
This makes it much more difficult for retrieval systems such as search engines to generate an up-to-date search index of the Web.  ...  Since the early days of the Web, spiders have been widely used to build the underlying databases of search engines (e.g., Pinkerton, 1994) , perform personal searches (e.g., , archive particular Web sites  ... 
doi:10.1002/aris.1440380107 fatcat:wdqwbszj7valbnyjfysbb4ap4y

Benchmarking Web-Based Image Retrieval

Ryan Fendley, Phani Kidambi
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
several years have resulted in millions of images being uploaded on the World Wide Web every day.  ...  Despite the fact that the information sought is an image, the ABIR technique primarily relies on textual information associated with an image to complete the search and retrieval process.  ...  Navigational searches are those where the user intends to find a specific website. Informational searches intend to find some information assumed to be present on one or more web pages.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/FendleyK10 fatcat:w4sjmp4k4jgrzlvssjdhl7pyie

An Optimized Page Rank Algorithm With Web Mining, Web Content Mining And Web Structure Mining

Kwame Boakye Agyapong, Dr. J.B.Hayfron-Acquah, Dr. M. Asante
2017 Zenodo  
The primary goal of the web site owner is to provide the relevant information to the users to fulfill their needs. In order to achieve this goal, they use the concept of web mining.  ...  Most of the search engines are ranking their search results in response to users' queries to make their search navigation easier.  ...  The World Wide Web, www or web is becoming a complex universe.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.914659 fatcat:c45milwkcvhxxhdwgf4ucdvxiy

Investigating web services on the world wide web

Eyhab Al-Masri, Qusay H. Mahmoud
2008 Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '08  
Using our Web Service Crawler Engine (WSCE), we collect metadata service information on retrieved interfaces through accessible UBRs, service portals and search engines.  ...  We further use our findings to provide insights on improving the service retrieval process.  ...  This research was supported in part by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grant No. 045635.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1367497.1367605 dblp:conf/www/Al-MasriM08 fatcat:qwfgqzpnenclnnkojnm5gybizi
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