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B. T. Sampath Kumar and J. N. Prakash, “Precision and Relative Recall of Search Engines: A Comparative Study of Google and Yahoo,” Singapore Journal of Library & Information Management, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2009, pp. 124-137.

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  • TITLE: Towards More Efficient Image Web Search

    AUTHORS: Mohammed Abdel Razek

    KEYWORDS: Web Mining; Image Retrieval; Dominant Meaning Technique; K-Means Algorithm, Web Search

    JOURNAL NAME: Intelligent Information Management, Vol.5 No.6, November 29, 2013

    ABSTRACT: With the flood of information on the Web, it has become increasingly necessary for users to utilize automated tools in order to find, extract, filter, and evaluate the desired information and knowledge discovery. In this research, we will present a preliminary discussion about using the dominant meaning technique to improve Google Image Web search engine. Google search engine analyzes the text on the page adjacent to the image, the image caption and dozens of other factors to determine the image content. To improve the results, we looked for building a dominant meaning classification model. This paper investigated the influence of using this model to retrieve more efficient images, through sequential procedures to formulate a suitable query. In order to build this model, the specific dataset related to an application domain was collected; K-means algorithm was used to cluster the dataset into K-clusters, and the dominant meaning technique is used to construct a hierarchy model of these clusters. This hierarchy model is used to reformulate a new query. We perform some experiments on Google and validate the effectiveness of the proposed approach. The proposed approach is improved for in precision, recall and F1-measure by 57%, 70%, and 61% respectively.