English, Article edition: Relation-Based Information Retrieval D. Manjula; T. V. Geetha

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  • Relation-Based Information Retrieval
Author
  • D. Manjula
  • T. V. Geetha
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  • The traditional Boolean word-based approach to information retrieval (IR) considers only words for indexing. Irrelevant information is retrieved because of non-inclusion of semantic information like word senses and word context. In this work, the importance of representing the documents along another semantic dimension in addition to sense context information is considered. The incorporation of semantic relations as an additional dimension gives a better insight into the interpretation of the document. The micro-contexts generated from the documents are also used in indexing. The retrieval performance is measured in terms of precision and recall. The results tabulated show better performance.
  • Information retrieval, natural language processing, semantic relations, micro-contexts
  • RePEc:wsi:jikmxx:v:04:y:2005:i:02:p:133-138
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  • English
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