Automatic Subject Categorization of Query Terms for Filtering Sensitive Queries in Multimedia Search
The purpose of this paper is to deal with Web query categorization problem. It will present a feasible approach to categorizing Web query terms into pre-defiued subject categories based on their supposed search interests. With the approach, a successful of application that can filter out user’s sensitive queries Ruth as pornographic-related terms in multimedia search will be introduced.
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