Designing An Information Framework For Semantic Search

İsmail Burak PARLAK
2022 European Journal of Science and Technology  
New generation information retrieval procedures provide complex tools to remodel the design of search engines. Even though semantic analysis is gradually adopted by corporations, complex behavior of knowledge behind the information entails subsequent data learning models. Text models are currently in use through lexical features. Search engines with lexical methods lack contextual and semantic information. This barrier has been overcome with the development of deep learning methods. More
more » ... e results can be retrieved by obtaining contextual information of different types of content such as text, image, video with neural models. In this study, a broad perspective of search engines was considered through lexical and semantic features. Semantic search methods were experimented then compared with lexical methods in data sets consisting of scientific documents. Since scientific documents are relatively well-formatted datasets and do not contain irrelevant content, the focus was on comparing semantic search methods and neural models throughout the study, without dealing with out-of-context data and semantic conflicts. As a result, semantic search methods performed better than lexical search. We conclude that current search-retrieval tasks require new perspectives in semantics where multimodal information is handled with deep learning strategies.
doi:10.31590/ejosat.1043441 fatcat:vq2z7kg4ozd4rjobkvpqlubiby