Efficient Robust Interactive Personalized Mobile Search Engine
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|Year of Publication : 2015|
|Authors : Mitikela. Guruswami , T.Sunitha|
Mitikela. Guruswami , T.Sunitha "Efficient Robust Interactive Personalized Mobile Search Engine". International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) V19(1):30-33, Jan 2015. ISSN:2231-2803. www.ijcttjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.
Technology and its Service Based cluster mechanism plays the most important role in the building the Technology in better and smarter way to implement the best of technological advancement. In the Context of recent era where Mobile plays like a pc or we can call these days mobile more efficient and robust to provide the service better than a PC. In this Paper, we try to implement the concept of the interactive and responsive search interface to get the ontology based on the personalization. In the location based search engine where click through rate taken as the user profiling based on which the metadata search mechanism would like to take the smart call. In the context of the user profiling we have implemented the concept of the most visited terminology, the web pages and the based on the profile data like age, gender etc. Hence, In order to achieve the best efficient way of including the Meta data based tag search where key plays the approach for getting the value on the chain of the Meta tag and Meta descriptor based ontological methodology.
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Click through data, concept, location search, mobile search engine, ontology, personalization, and user profiling.