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1 Profile Based Personalized Web Search and Download Blocker 1 K.Sheeba, 2 G.Kalaiarasi Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan College of Engineering and Technology, Mamallapuram, Chennai, Tamil nadu, India Abstract - The Personalized Web Search (PWS) is different from the normal web search. Profile based Personalized Web Search(PBPWS) provides different results to the different users even though they give same query based on the user profile. It provides relevant results to each user based on the user intention. Ranking is done for each user according to their search interest in the profile. The content based recommendation algorithm is used for profile ranking. To know the user intention it creates two stages of profile for the user. In offline stage it collects the basic information from the user. In online stage the profile is updated by the queries given by user during their search. These two stages of profiles are collectively called as profile generator. The PBPWS also allows the user to save the bytes needed to re-download the file unknowingly which was already downloaded by the user by tracking the downloaded file. Keywords - Profile ranking, Content based recommendation algorithm, Profile generator. I. INTRODUCTION Data mining technology is used for identifying the relevant data from the large amount of data set. It is an analytic process designed to explore data in systematic relationships between variables and in search consistent pattern and then to validate the findings by applying the detected pattern to the new subsets of data. Prediction is the ultimate goal of data mining. The most common types of data mining is the Predictive data mining and one that has the most direct business applications. The most commonly used techniques in data mining are decision trees, artificial neural networks and the nearest neighbor method. Each of these techniques analyses data in different ways. Profile ranking method is used to rank the pages based on the user profile. The user profile contains basic information about the user and the user s search interest. Content based recommendation algorithm is a technique to retrieve the relevant results related to each user intention. This algorithm recommends the relevant results to user based on the contents of the profile and the keyword mentioned in the user query. Profile generator is used to create the profile for each user. There are two stages in profile generation such as online and offline. II. RELATED WORKS Personalized information retrieval and search promises to improve the internet search experience. An important requirement for building personalized web applications is to build user profiles that represent the user s interests[3]. The user has to provide Personal information and preferences, in addition to the query, to the web service to receive personalized web services. The sender of sensitive queries can be identified by the personal information that compromise user privacy[2]. To improve retrieval performance Long-term search history contains rich information about a user s search preferences, which can be used as search context [7]. Personalization is consistently effective on different queries for different users, and under different search contexts. It provides a large-scale evaluation framework for personalized search based on query logs, and then evaluate personalized search strategies[5]. The search engine uses user profiles, descriptions of user interests, to provide personalized search results. Creating user profiles capture user information through proxy servers (to capture browsing histories) or desktop bots (to capture all activities on a personal computer). These both require participation of the user to install the proxy server or the bot. It builds user profiles based on activity at the search site itself and study the use of these profiles to provide personalized search results[10]. A personalized web search is a promising way to improve search quality by customizing search results for people with individual information goals and present a scalable way for users to automatically build rich user profiles. User s interests can be summarized into a hierarchical organization according to specific interests by these profiles. For specifying privacy requirements two parameters are proposed to help the user to choose the content and degree of detail of the profile information that is exposed to the search engine[4]. It uses techniques that leverage implicit information about the user s interests. These information about the user interest helps to re rank web search results within a relevance feedback framework. It explores rich models of user interests, such as previously visited web pages 10

2 and previously issued queries from both search related information and other information such as documents and the user has read and created[8]. Personalized search has got significant attention recently in the web search community to address this challenge based on the premise that a user s general preference may help the search engine disambiguate the true intention of a query[6]. Several context sensitive retrieval algorithms based on statistical language models to combine the preceding queries and clicked document summaries with the current query for better ranking of documents and the Implicit feedback is shown by the experiment results, especially the clicked document summaries can improve retrieval performance[9]. Personalized web search (PWS) has demonstrated its effectiveness in improving the quality of various search services on the Internet. However, evidences show that user s reluctance to disclose their private information during search has become a major barrier for the wide proliferation of PWS[2]. III. PROPOSED WORK The proposed Profile based personalized web search improves the quality of search over the internet. It generates profile based on two aspects. i. Collecting requirements from the user. ii. Queries given by the user. It provides result relevant to user by comparing these aspects. If two users having different search intention gives query to the server then the server gives relevant results suitable to each user intention. To know the user intention it creates two stages of profile for the user. In offline stage it collects the basic information from the user. In online stage the profile is updated by the queries given by user during their search. Then the sever analysis these two aspects of profile and provide better results to each user. The content based recommendation algorithm is used for this purpose. This profile method is adapted for both image search and content search separately. The Personalized Web Search (PWS) is different from the normal web search. The user query is forwarded along with the user profile to the server for better results. Each user has a separate login to view their own profile. Profile generator creates the user profile according to the user s search and preferences given by the user. After creating the profile the system maps the profile with the query given by the user to know the preference of the user. Thereby the system provides better results to each user by tracking their intention. Ranking is done for each user according to their search interest in the profile. The user can take the online decision whether to update the query to the profile. The profile is updated frequently by the user requirements and queries given by the users. The profile is only visible to the user. Profile based Personalized Web Search provides different results to the different users even though they give same query. It provides relevant results to each user based on the user intention. The user can separate their own profile history for web search and image search. Download blocker is a mechanism which helps to save the wastage of bytes when re-downloading the same file by the user unknowingly. Fig. 1. Profile Based Personalized Web Search A. Profile Based Personalization To personalize digital content based on user profile information. For this purpose two main mechanisms are used : a profile generator that automatically creates user profiles representing the user preferences, and a contentbased recommendation algorithm that estimates the user's interest in unknown content by matching their profile to meta data descriptions of the content. The personalization system integrates both features. When the user gives query the personalization method add that query to their own profile if it is not already added. The query is added to the user interest section in the profile. The profile can also be generated by the explicit requirements given by the user at the registration time. The user can delete or update their explicit requirements according to their need and wish. The user can also delete the query saved in the profile. Therefore the profile generation method in this system is totally developed in user friendly manner. This modification allows user to update their own profile without the help of server. Therefore the user can update their profile with their preferences. The processing time needed to retrieve a result is less in PWS. 11

3 Fig. 2. Personalization Method Fig.3.CBR Algorithm B. Generalizing User Profile The generalization process has to meet specific prerequisites to handle the user profile. This is achieved by pre-processing the user profile. Firstly, the system initializes the user profile by taking the indicated parent user profile into account. The process adds the inherited properties to the properties of the local user profile. Then the system loads the data in the foreground and the background for mapping according to the described selection in the user profile. Additionally, the usage of references enables caching and is helpful when considering an implementation in a production environment. The references to the user profile act as an identifier for identifying already processed user profiles. It allows to customize the process once and it can reuses the result multiple times. The update of the user profile based on the user search and preference are also propagated into the generalization process. It requires specific update strategies, which is used to check after a specific timeout or a specific event and notify if the user profile has not changed yet. The generalization process involves remote data services, which might be updated frequently. Mapping profile with user queries allows user to get their results back quickly. The mapping process is performed by the system for each and every query submitted by the user to server. C. Profile based search A PWS framework called Un-interruptible Power Supply (UPS) that can generalize profiles for each query according to user-specified requirements and perform search based on the keywords in the user profile. The profile is only visible to the user. Each user has a login to view their profile. Updation and search process is also done through their login only. The results provided by the profile based search method is different from the existing search engine results. The search engine provides same result for the same query given by different users having different needs. It didn t analyze the intention and need of the user search but the Personalized Web Search (PWS) identifies the individual user intention by analyzing the user profile. It provides relevant result by profile ranking method. Normal search engine rank the web page based on the query given by the user. The PWS ranks the web page based on the profile of each individual user. Therefore it satisfies the user intention by analyzing the user interest in the user profile. It gives individual result to individual user giving same query with different intention. The normal web search gives same result to the query given by different users having different search intention. q1 - query. r1,r2,r3 - result. PWS - Personalized web search. D. Online Decision Fig.4. Process of profile based search An online decision mechanism is to decide whether to personalize a query or not. The basic idea is straight forward. The system categorize the query as two types such as profiled query and distinct query. 12

4 Fig.5. Online Decision Mechanism If a given query is already in profile then the server gives the result by taking less processing time. During generalization process if a distinct query is identified, the entire runtime profiling will be aborted and the query will be sent to the server without a user profile. If the user wants to update the profile with a different query then the result will be based on profile for further search. The ranking of web page is done for each user and it totally depends on two things such as user query and user profile. E. Download Blocker It helps to save the wastage of bytes when redownloading the same file unknowingly. It blocks that download by comparing three major factors of the file such as file name, file size, address location of the file. If these three factors of new file coincide with the existing downloaded file. The system will check and show where the file located or saved by the user and notifies the user about file existence which helps the user to save their bytes. It is more beneficial when the file size is greater. Fig.6. Download Blocker V. CONCLUSION This profile based Personalized Web Search (PWS) improves the quality of search over the internet. It analyze the background of each user to produce relevant results to them. The relevant results are produced by mapping user profile with the query. It provides different results to different users giving the same query by analyzing user intention The time taken to response the query is comparatively low. Ranking is done for each user according to their search interest. This profile based method provides better results when compared to all other previous methods of Personalized Web Search (PWS). VI. FUTURE WORK For future work we will try to provide privacy to the user search by encrypting the user profile. Therefore the user can maintain their profile secretly and avoid personal information leakage. REFFERENCES [1] Dou.Z, Song.R, and Wen.J.R.,(2007) A Large Scale Evaluation and Analysis of Personalized Search Strategies, Proc.Int 1 World Wide Web(WWW),pp [2] Lidan Shou,He Bai,Ke Chen and Gang Chen,(2014) Supporting Privacy Protection in Personalized Web Search, IEEE Transactions on knowledge and Data Engineering, Vol. 26,No. 2. [3] Qiu.F and Cho.J, (2006) Automatic Identification of User Interest for Personalized Search, Proc.15th Int l Conf. World Wide Web (WWW), pp [4] Ramanathan.K,Giraudi.J and Gupta.A, (2008) Creating Hierarchical User Profiles Using Wikipedia, HP Labs. [5] Shen.X, Tan.B and Zhai.C (2005) Context Sensitive Information Retrieval Using Implicit Feedback, Proc. 28th Ann. Intl ACM SIGIR Conf. Research and Development of Information Retrieval (SIGIR). [6] Spertta.M and Gach.S, (2005) Personalizing Search Based on User Search Histories, Proc.IEEE/WIC/ IACM Int l Conf. Web Intelligence (WI). [7] Sugiyama.K, Hatano.K, and Yoshikawa.M, (2004) Adaptive Web Searches Based on the User Profile Constructed without Any Effort from Users, Proc. 13th Int l Conf. World Wide Web (WWW). [8] Tan.B, Shen.X, and Zhai.C, (2006) Mining Long- Term Search History to Improve Search Accuracy,,Proc. ACM SIGKDD Int l Conf. Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD). 13

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