Filtering Method for the Annotated and Non-Annotated Web Pages

Filtering Method for the Annotated and Non-Annotated Web Pages

Sahar Maâlej Dammak (Sfax University, Sfax, Tunisia), Anis Jedidi (Sfax University, Sfax, Tunisia) and Rafik Bouaziz (Sfax University, Sfax, Tunisia)
Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 22
DOI: 10.4018/IJKSR.2017010101
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With the great mass of the pages managed through the world, and especially with the advent of the Web, it has become more difficult to find the relevant pages after an interrogation. Furthermore, the manual filtering of the indexed Web pages is a laborious task. A new filtering method of the annotated Web pages (by our semantic annotation process) and the non-annotated Web pages (retrieved from search engine “Google”) is then necessary to group the relevant Web pages for the user. In this paper, the authors will first synthesize their previous work of the semantic annotation of Web pages. Then, they will define a new filtering method based on three activities. The authors will also present their querying and filtering component of Web pages; their purpose is to demonstrate the feasibility of the filtering method. Finally, the authors will present an evaluation of this component, which has proved its performance for multiple domains.
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The search on the Web cannot guarantee the retrieval of the relevant Web pages to the user; the pages retrieved may not satisfy his/her request. The purpose of our filtering process is to improve the search result by the selection of the relevant pages. So, a filtering method of the indexed Web pages (including the annotated ones) that groups the relevant pages is required.

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