An Integrated Search Framework for Leveraging the Knowledge-Based Web Ecosystem
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© 2020 Zhu, Nimmagadda, Reiners & Rudra.
The explosion of information constrains the judgement of search terms associated with Knowledge-Based Web Ecosystem (KBWE), making the retrieval of relevant information and its knowledge management challenging. The existing information retrieval (IR) tools and their fusion in a framework need attention, in which search results can effectively be managed. In this article, we demonstrate the effective use of information retrieval services by a variety of users and agents in various KBWE scenarios. An innovative Integrated Search Framework (ISF) is proposed, which utilises crawling strategies, web search technologies and traditional database search methods. Besides, ISF offers comprehensive, dynamic, personalized, and organization-oriented information retrieval services, ranging from the Internet, extranet, intranet, to personal desktop. In this empirical research, experiments are carried out demonstrating the improvements in the search process, as discerned in the conceptual ISF. The experimental results show improved precision compared with other popular search engines.
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