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International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) Volume 4 Issue 8- August 2013

ISSN: 2231-5381 http://www.ijettjournal.org Page 3535



Web Information Gathering Using Bootstrapping ontology Method

V.Vijayadeepa
Associate Professor
Muthayammal College of Arts&science
J.W.Jenifer sofiya larance
Muthayammal College of Arts&science

Abstract
As a model for knowledge description and
formalization, ontologies are widely used to represent user
profiles in personalized web information gathering. However,
when representing user profiles, many models have utilized
only knowledge from either a global knowledge base or user
local information. Ontologies have become the de-facto
modeling tool of choice, employed in many applications and
prominently in the semantic web. Nevertheless, ontology
construction remains a daunting task. Ontological
bootstrapping, which aims at automatically generating
concepts and their relations in a given domain, is a promising
technique for ontology construction. Bootstrapping an
ontology based on a set of predefined textual sources, such as
web services, must address the problem of multiple, largely
unrelated concepts. In this paper, we propose an ontology
bootstrapping process for web services
Keywords: Bootstrapping an ontology, Personalization,
World knowledge, Local instance repository.
Introduction
The amount of web-based information available has
increased dramatically, now-a-days. How to gather useful
information from the web has become a Challenging issue for
users. Current web information gathering systems attempt to
satisfy user requirements by capturing their information needs.
For this purpose, users Profiles are created for user
background knowledge description User profiles represent the
concept models possessed by users when gathering web
information. A concept model is implicitly possessed by users
and is generated fromtheir background knowledge. If a users
concept model can be simulated, then a superior
representation of user profiles can be built.
To simulate user concept models, ontologies a
knowledge description and formalization model is utilized in
personalized web information gathering. Such ontology is
called personalized ontology. To represent user profiles, many
researchers have attempted to discover user background
Back ground work
Literature survey is the most important step in
software development process. Before developing the tool it
is necessary to determine the time factor, economy n company
strength. Once these things r satisfied, ten next steps is to
determine which operating system and language can be used
for developing the tool. Once the programmers start building
the tool the programmers need lot of external support. This
support can be obtained fromsenior programmers, frombook
or from websites. Before building the system the above
consideration r taken into account for developing the proposed
system. We have to analysis the DATA MINING Outline
Survey:
Data Mining
Generally, data mining (sometimes called data or
knowledge discovery) is the process of analyzing data from
different perspectives and summarizing it into useful
information -information that can be used to increase revenue,
cuts costs, or both. Data mining software is one of a number
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of analytical tools for analyzing data. It allows users to
analyze data from many different dimensions or angles,
categorize it, and summarize the relationships identified.
Technically, data mining is the process of finding correlations
or patterns among dozens of fields in large relational
databases.
The Scope of Data Mining
Data mining derives its name from the similarities
between searching for valuable business information in a large
database for example, finding linked products in gigabytes of
store scanner data and mining a mountain for a vein of
valuable ore. Both processes require either sifting through an
immense amount of material, or intelligently probing it to find
exactly where the value resides.
Automated prediction of trends and behaviors.
Data mining automates the process of finding
predictive information in large databases. Questions that
traditionally required extensive hands-on analysis can now be
answered directly fromthe data quickly. A typical example of
a predictive problemis targeted marketing. Data mining uses
data on past promotional mailings to identify the targets most
likely to maximize return on investment in future mailings.
Other predictive problems include forecasting bankruptcy and
other forms of default, and identifying segments of a
population likely to respond similarly to given events.
Automated discovery of previously unknown
Patterns Data mining tools sweep through databases
and identify previously hidden patterns in one step. An
example of pattern discovery is the analysis of retail sales data
to identify seemingly unrelated products that are often
purchased together. Other pattern discovery problems include
detecting fraudulent credit card transactions and identifying
anomalous data that could represent data entry keying errors.
Method
The overall bootstrapping ontology process is
described in Fig. 1. There are four main steps in the process.
The token extraction step extracts tokens representing relevant
information froma WSDL document. This step extracts all the
name labels, parses the tokens, and performs initial filtering.
The second step analyzes in parallel the extracted WSDL
tokens using two methods. In particular, TF/IDF analyzes the
most common terms appearing in each web service document
and appearing less frequently in other documents. Web
Context Extraction uses the sets of tokens as a query to a
search engine, clusters the results according to textual
descriptors, and classifies which set of descriptors
identifies the context of the web service. The concept
evocation step identifies the descriptors which appear in both
the TF/IDF method and the web context method. These
descriptors identify possible concept names that could be
utilized by the ontology evolution. The context descriptors
also assist in the convergence process of the relations between
concepts. Finally, the ontology evolution step expands the
ontology as required according to the newly identified
concepts and modifies the relations between them. The
external web service textual descriptor serves as a moderator
if there is a conflict between the current ontology and a new
concept. Such conflicts may derive fromthe need to more
accurately specify the concept or to define concept relations.
Result Analysis

The first set of experiments compared the precision
of the concepts generated by the different methods. The
concepts included a collection of all possible concepts
extracted fromeach web service. Each method supplied a list
of concepts that were analyzed to evaluate how many of them
are meaningful and could be related to at least one of the
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services. The precision is defined as the number of relevant
(or useful) concepts divided by the total number of concepts
generated by the method. A set of an increasing number of
web services was analyzed for the precision.
Conclusion
Every user has a distinct background and a specific
goal when searching for information on the Web. The goal of
Web search personalization is to tailor search results to a
particular user based on that user's interests and preferences.
Effective personalization of information access involves two
important challenges: accurately identifying the user context
and organizing the information in such a way that matches the
particular contexts. We present an approach to personalized
search that involves building models of user context as
Bootstrapping Ontology profiles by assigning implicitly
derived interest scores to existing concepts in a domain
Bootstrapping Ontology. A spreading activation algorithmis
used to maintain the interests scores based on the user's
ongoing behavior. Our experiments show that re-ranking the
search results based on the interest scores and the semantic
evidence in an ontological user profile is effective in
presenting the most relevant results to the users.
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V.Vijayadeepa received her B.Sc degree from
university of Madras and M.Sc degree from Periyar
University. She has completed her M.Phil at Bharathidasan
University.She is having 10 years of experience in collegiate
teaching and She is a Head of the department of computer
applications in Muthayammal college of Arts and Science
affiliated by Periyar University. Her main research interests
include personalized Web search, Web information retrieval,
data mining, and information systems.
J.W.Jenifer sofiya larance, received her bca., degree in
muthayammal college of arts and science from alagappa
university in karaikudi tamil nadu (india).then finished msc.,
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degree in muthayammal college of arts and science from
periyar university salem(2010-2012) tamil nadu (india).her
area of interest is data mining.