Real Time Web Search Framework for Performing Efficient Retrieval of Data
With the rapidly growing amount of information on the internet, real-time system is one of the key strategies to cope with the information overload and to help users in finding highly relevant information. Real-time events and domain-specific information are important knowledge base references on the Web that frequently accessed by millions of users. Real-time system is a vital to product and a technique must resolve the context of challenges to be more reliable, e.g. short data life-cycles, heterogeneous user interests, strict time constraints, and context-dependent article relevance. Since real-time data have only a short time to live, real-time models have to be continuously adapted, ensuring that real-time data are always up-to-date. The focal point of this manuscript is for designing a real-time web search approach that aggregates several web search algorithms at query time to tune search results for relevancy. We learn a context-aware delegation algorithm that allows choosing the best real-time algorithms for each query request. The evaluation showed that the proposed approach outperforms the traditional models, in which it allows us to adapt the specific properties of the considered real-time resources. In the experiments, we found that it is highly relevant for most recently searched queries, consistent in its performance, and resilient to the drawbacks faced by other algorithms.