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Enhanced Trustworthy and High-Quality Information Retrieval System for Web Search Engines

By Sumalatha Ramachandran, Sujaya Paulraj, Sharon Joseph and Vetriselvi Ramaraj

Abstract

The WWW is the most important source of information. But, there is no guarantee for information correctness and lots of conflicting information is retrieved by the search engines and the quality of provided information also varies from low quality to high quality. We provide enhanced trustworthiness in both specific (entity) and broad (content) queries in web searching. The filtering of trustworthiness is based on 5 factors – Provenance, Authority, Age, Popularity, and Related Links. The trustworthiness is calculated based on these 5 factors and it is stored thereby increasing the performance in retrieving trustworthy websites. The calculated trustworthiness is stored only for static websites. Quality is provided based on policies selected by the user. Quality based ranking of retrieved trusted information is provided using WIQA (Web Information Quality Assessment) Framework

Topics: Language
Publisher: International Journal of Computer Science Issues, IJCSI
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:6724

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