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Ranking-Constrained Keyword Sequence Extraction from Web Documents

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Ranking-Constrained Keyword Sequence Extraction from Web Documents
Given a large volume of Web documents, we consider problem of finding the shortest keyword sequences for each of the documents such that a keyword sequence can be rendered to a given search engine, then the corresponding Web document can be identified and is ranked at the first place within the results. We call this system as an Inverse Search Engine (ISE). Whenever a shortest keyword sequence is found for a given Web document, the corresponding document can be returned as the first document by the given search engine. The resulting keyword sequence is search-engine dependent. The ISE therefore can be used as a tool to manage Web content in terms of the extracted shortest keyword sequences. In this way, a traditional keyword extraction process is constrained by the document ranking method adopted by a search engine. The significance is that the whole Web-searchable documents on the World Wide Web can then be partitioned according to their keyword phrases. This paper discusses the...
Ding-Yi Chen, Xue Li, Jing Liu, Xia Chen
Added 25 May 2010
Updated 25 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ADC
Authors Ding-Yi Chen, Xue Li, Jing Liu, Xia Chen
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