IJMTES – ANDROID BASED EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT SEARCH ENGINE RETRIEVAL SYSTEM USING ONTOLOGY

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : A.Shanmugam, Mr.P.Sundaramoorthy, Dr.S.Karthik

Volume 01 Issue o5  Year 2014  

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 240-243

AbstractIn the existing system, a major problem is that the interactions between the users and search engines are limited by the small form factors of the mobile devices. Mobile user gives smaller queries, so  more ambiguous queries occurs compared to their counterparts. In this model, users searches either by  specifying area (specified area) (or) user’s location, server send the information to the user’s PC ,where ontology is applied. PC user displays all the relevant keywords to the user’s mobile, so user selects the exact requirement. Ranking occurs and finally information is produced exactly mapped to the mobile users. In the modification, UDD apply the algorithm to eliminate duplication of records which Helps to minimize the number of URL listed to the user.

Keywords—Mobile search, Ontology, UDD Algorithm, Personalized search. 

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