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  Information System Capabilities and Functionalities with Inverted File Structure  
  Authors : Raviteja Varma Penmetsa; K Radha
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Retrieving of Information has been the fundamental process to any storage file. With advent of Technology, it is possible to store a large amount of data and retrieving them has become tedious task for the incorporators and users. Information Retrieval Systems emerged from the demand to minimize human resources required in the finding of needed information to accomplish a task. This paper presents the overview of an Information retrieval system, Information Retrieval System Capabilities like search and browse capabilities, Functional Overview of IRS and Automatic Indexing that is performed on data items .This paper talks about On-AIR architecture for retrieving data from video containing databases using Information Retrieval Systems.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 8, Issue 1

Date of Publication : February 2019

Pages : 40-45

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Raviteja Varma : Currently pursuing III B.Tech at GITAM University,Hyderabad. My Research areas are Data Mining,Information Retrieval Systems,Big Data Analytics.

K Radha : working as an Asst Professor at GITAM University,Hyderabad. She has Completed M.Tech(CSE) at JNTUH,Pursuing PhD at KL University,Vijayawada.She has 12 years of Teaching Experience and 1Year Industrial Experience.She has published numerous research papers and presented at Various conferences.She is a Member of IAENG.


On-AIR, Automatic Indexing, IRS, Precision, Recall

Information retrieval system has the high potential to revolutionize the present and conventional storing and retrieving techniques. Ten years ago, the algorithms developed were restricted in scope allowing theoreticians to limit their focus to very specific areas. But the insertion of technology in systems like Internet has changed the way problems were bounded. Hence, efficient algorithms must be constructed in order to handle enormous data and minimal user search statement information must be considered along with optimal usage of functional aspects of Information Retrieval system.


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