A Comparitive Study Of Web Search Ranking Based On User Feedback Sessions
Keywords : Web content; User Queries; Query Ranking Methods
ABSTRACT: Internet is a place of various information and it contains huge amount of data. As the web content rises, it became difficult to organize and manage the data. These datas must be organised in such a way that the search engine must be able to retrieve it efficiently.Various methods are there which helps to improve the search results in search engines by inferring user search goals.Users all over the world have different views and requirements for searching. Most of the search goals coincide.It is the function of the search engine to satisfy the user search goals.Analyzing user search goals is a best practice to make the search results efficient.These sessions are called feedback sessions which helps to infer user search goals.
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