WorldCIST'15 - 3rd World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies

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Towards a Multidimensional Information Retrieval

Information retrieval is a highly covered field by the research community in recent years, mainly because of the urgent need for information. Indeed, with the expansion and the availability of internet, users have become more exacting regarding the results they want in terms of quality and quickness. However, although the information retrieval systems are able to produce a response to user needs, they cannot guarantee precise answers. The reason is that the existing information retrieval systems do not take into account the information in its various aspects. Rather they consider only one possible interpretation, added to this, ongoing growth of information that makes interpretation tasks even more complex. To face these challenges we propose a multidimensional approach that tends to capture at best all aspects generated information according to different points of view to improve the quality of response and time search.

Author(s):

Hadia Mosteghanemi    
USTHB University
Algeria

Habiba Drias    
USTHB University
Algeria

 

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