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Distributed and Cooperative Information Retrieval on the World Wide Web

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Distributed and Cooperative Information Retrieval on the World Wide Web
: A mass of heterogeneous, distributed and dynamic information on the World Wide Web (the Web) has resulted in "information overload". It's an important and urgent research issue to provide users with effective information retrieval service on the Web. Web search engines attempt to solve this problem, yet their effect are far from satisfying. In this paper, we first propose a distributed and cooperative strategy for information retrieval on the Web to substitute the centralized mode adopted by current search engines. Then we present a new information retrieval system model IRSM, which supports the retrieval of metadata about Web documents and uses Z39.50 standard protocol to unify the heterogeneous interfaces of different systems. Based on that, we design a distributed and cooperative information retrieval framework, called DCIRF, to help users in fast and effective information retrieval on the Web. Key words: Web, information retrieval, search engine, cooperative, Z39.5...
Jicheng Wang, Xiangyu Jin, Yang Xiaojiang, Fuyan Z
Added 19 Dec 2010
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where JCST
Authors Jicheng Wang, Xiangyu Jin, Yang Xiaojiang, Fuyan Zhang
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