HIDDEN WEBPAGES DETECTION USING DISTRIBUTED LEARNING AUTOMATA

Authors

  • MANISH KUMAR PEC University of technology, Chandigarh India
  • RAJESH BHATIA PEC University of technology, Chandigarh India

Keywords:

hidden Web, learning automata, distributed learning automata, DLA

Abstract

Webpages directly connected to each other on the Web can be reached easily by following hyperlinks. Those webpages that are not linked by hyperlinks comprises hidden Web and it is challenging to find them. Furthermore, most of webpages in hidden Web are generated dynamically. This paper proposes first time an algorithm to find webpages in hidden Web using distributed learning automata. Learning automata use its self-learning characteristic of taking action based on the action probabilities using pairs. These actions may lead the current webpage to hidden webpages that are generated dynamically. At each stage of the proposed algorithm, we determine the edge that should be chosen to reach webpage of interest. The proposed algorithm is validated on four different websites from dmoz.org. Precision-recall curve and coverage plot in the results section shows the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.

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2018-01-01

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