Effective Concentrated Web Crawling Approach Path for Google

Ashwani Kumar, Anuj Kumar, Rahul Mishra


A concentered crawler crosses the World Wide Web, choosing out applicable pages to a predefined topic and forgetting those out of concern. Collecting domain specific documents employing focused crawlers has been considered one of most crucial schemes to detect applicable data. While browsing the Internet, it is unmanageable to act with extraneous pages and to anticipate which associates lead to quality pages. However most focused crawler use local explore algorithmic program to crisscross the web space, but they could easily entrapped within bounded a sub graph of the web that surrounds the starting URLs also there is problem related to applicable pages that are miss when no associates from the starting URLs. There is some applicable pages are miss. To address this problem we design a focused crawler where calculating the absolute frequency of the topic keyword also calculate the equivalent word and sub equivalent word of the keyword. The weight table is constructed agreeing to the user query. To check the resemblance of web pages with respect to topic keywords and priority of extracted associate is computed.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijarcsse.v7i11.459


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