Intelligent Indexing and Sorting Management System – Automated Search Indexing and Sorting of Various Topics

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Title Intelligent Indexing and Sorting Management System – Automated Search Indexing and Sorting of Various Topics
Creator Ganapathy, Apoorva
Fadziso, Takudzwa
Subject Automated indexing
manual indexing
artificial intelligence
content management system
Description An issue that the majority of the databases face is the static and manual character of indexing activities. This traditional method of indexing and sorting different topics is confirmed to shake the dataset performance somewhat, making downtime and a potential effect in the presentation that is normally addressed by manually indexing operations. Numerous data mining methods can accelerate this process by using proper indexing structures. Choosing the appropriate index generally relies upon the kind of operation that the algorithm performs against the dataset. Topic indexing is the operation of recognizing the principal topics covered by a document. These are helpful for some reasons: as subject headings in libraries, as keywords in scholarly articles, and as hashtags on social media platforms. Knowing a document’s topic assists individuals with deciding its importance quickly. In any case, assigning topics manually is a tedious and redundant task. This paper shows the best way to create them automatically in a way that contends with manual indexing done by humans. This paper also talks about the issues and the techniques for identifying applicable data in a huge variety of documents. The contribution of this thesis to this issue is to foster better content analysis techniques that can be utilized to describe document content with automated index terms. Index terms can be used as meta-data that defines documents and is utilized for seeking various topics. The main point of this paper is to show the way toward creating an automatic indexer which analyzes the topic of documents by integrating proof from word frequencies and proof from the linguistic analysis given by a syntactic parser. The indexer weighs the expressions of a document as per their assessed significance for depicting the topic of a given document based on the content analysis.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2020-12-20
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source Engineering International; Vol. 8 No. 2 (2020): July - December Issue; 101-110
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Apoorva Ganapathy, Takudzwa Fadziso

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