An Optimum Approach for Preprocessing of Web User Query

Sunny Sharma, Sunita Sunita, Arjun Kumar, Vijay Rana

Abstract


The emergence of the Web technology generated a massive amount of raw data by enabling Internet users to post their opinions, comments, and reviews on the web. To extract useful information from this raw data can be a very challenging task. Search engines play a critical role in these circumstances. User queries are becoming main issues for the search engines. Therefore a preprocessing operation is essential. In this paper, we present a framework for natural language preprocessing for efficient data retrieval and some of the required processing for effective retrieval such as elongated word handling, stop word removal, stemming, etc. This manuscript starts by building a manually annotated dataset and then takes the reader through the detailed steps of process. Experiments are conducted for special stages of this process to examine the accuracy of the system.

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijict.v7i1.pp8-12

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