Supporting Privacy Protection in Personalized Web Search
Pulligilla.Manoj Kumar, M.Sruthi, , ,
Affiliations M.Tech (CS),Department of Computer Science & Engineering , Sri Indu Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sheriguda (v)Ibrahimpatnam(M), RR District,501510.Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering , Sri Indu Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sheriguda (v)Ibrahimpatnam(M), RR District,501510
With expanding number of websites the Web clients are expanded with the monstrous measure of information
accessible in the web which is given by the Web crawler (WC). The point of the WC is to give the pertinent output to the client
with the client's conduct snap were they performed. WC gives the pertinent result in the interest of the client successive snap
based strategy. From this technique no affirmation to the client protection furthermore no securities were giving to their information. Subsequently clients were anxious for their private data amid inquiry has turned into a noteworthy obstruction. They
were numerous methods were proposed by specialists the vast majority of that in view of the server side, it has give less security. For minimizing the security hazard here we propose the customer side based procedure with the mix of Eager strategy
to keep the client information that we connected in learning mining zone.
Pulligilla.Manoj Kumar,M.Sruthi."Supporting Privacy Protection in Personalized Web Search". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.2, Issue 09,pp.640-645, SEPTEMBER - 2015, URL :https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V2I924.pdf,
Keywords : Web Search Engine, personalized search, user query logs, content search and privacy preserving.
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